Meet CTE educators from across the globe on ACTE’s extensive social networks. Discuss hot button education issues with our over 5,000 Twitter and Facebook followers. Find professional development resources from 4,000 educators in our LinkedIn Group. Share lesson plans and classroom ideas with our 1,000 Pinterest followers.
Social media advocacy is one of the quickest and simplest ways to spread the CTE message to your Members of Congress. You can share about the benefits of your CTE program, activities your students are involved in, or your thoughts on key policy issues. Visit our Social Media Advocacy Page to learn more.
ACTE on Facebook
Like our page to see latest news in CTE and from ACTE, plus connect with thousands of your fellow CTE educators from across the country!
ACTE on Twitter
See important announcements and follow key CTE topics by following us on Twitter. Join in the fun by using our hashtags #careerteched and #CTE, among others around certain issues (#STEM, #skillsgap) and events (#BP18, #VISIONCTE18).
ACTE on Pinterest
Tell the CTE story in pictures! With this rapidly growing social network, you can share pinned images on your own boards, pin from others’ and link back to important web and social content.
ACTE on LinkedIn
The world’s largest professional network is a great place to connect with other CTE educators and stakeholders to swap ideas and join discussions about the important issues facing us all.
ACTE on YouTube
See promos, interviews and more, and stay tuned as we expand our video library to include tutorials and campaign information.