With the support of the Inclusion, Access, Equity and Diversity (IAED) Advisory Group, ACTE members and career and technical education (CTE) professionals engage in webinars exploring IAED in CTE. Join the think tank. These interactive sessions will challenge CTE educators to consider how they may best serve all students. And this spring, an all new book club event challenges educators to think critically.
How do we remove barriers to success in career and technical education (CTE)?
These interactive roundtable discussions (and the book club meeting) will focus on sharing practical examples and strategies for supporting variability in CTE. Webinar topics in this series have included caring for the professional growth and well-being of teachers, multilingual learners, students with disabilities, nontraditional learners and other protected populations. Two upcoming webinars, scheduled to take place on March 16, will focus on the following topics:
- Cultural Competence in Action: Multigenerational learners
- Supporting Teachers: Vicarious trauma
And then join the book club!
The last webinar, on April 20, will feature thought-provoking discussion on two books. We hope you consider participating in book club.
- Courageous Conversations About Race: A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Education, by Glenn Singleton
- So You Want To Talk About Race, by Ijeoma Oluo