Replace the pervasive negative stigma of CTE with positive images. CTE provides as a primary path toward good jobs, not an alternative path. The CTE Identity Framework will bring awareness and offer messaging guidance for CTE educators. With thoughtfully crafted messages, we can eradicate the old stereotype and replace it with a new, more aspirational identity. Such discipline and awareness are a necessary first step to correct social biases that impede students from entering and thriving in CTE programs and graduating into self-supporting careers.
The CTE Identity Framework provides a blueprint for the next generation of high-quality CTE.
Join distinguished panelists, including ACTE’s own Michael Connect — deputy executive director for outreach and partnership development — for this free webinar on Thursday, April 29 at 3:00 p.m. EDT.