Career Technical Education

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Career pathways leading graduates into 21st-century workforce
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Jun 6, 6:27 AM: Formerly known as vocational education, educators at the state and local level — in consultation with industry professionals — have worked over the past decade to transform CTE programs into a viable path into the 21st-century >
U-46 board reviews ideas for more career academies
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Jun 5, 7:04 AM: The Elgin Area School District U-46 school board Monday night reviewed possible new educational career pathways and an audit of existing career and technical education programs.
New Charlotte program offers free construction skills training for students and adults
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May 31, 6:23 AM: The Goodwill Construction Skills Training Center is being launched through a partnership that includes Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Central Piedmont Community College to train and >
EDITORIAL: Lifting the stigma, embracing CTE
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May 31, 6:19 AM: CAREER Technical Education, formerly known as vocational education, has been a neglected part of America’s educational system for decades. It used to be widely available to high school students who did not plan on attending >
Apprentices make a splash in new program
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May 29, 6:43 AM: CareerWise, a statewide public-private partnership founded by entrepreneur Noel Ginsburg and Gov. John Hickenlooper in 2016 and implemented in 2017, is based on the Swiss youth apprenticeship system. High school juniors and seniors >
State wants to convince high school students to pursue apprenticeships
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May 29, 6:41 AM: A new survey shows most Michigan high school students are not aware of a potential option after graduation. A Michigan Talent Investment Agency survey found only 13% of high school students consider apprenticeships a good >
Op-Ed: Comprehensive High Schools, a Key Piece of the Vo-Tec Puzzle
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May 23, 6:33 AM: Last year in New Jersey, 74,319 students took vocational-technical education courses (now referred to as “career and technical education” or CTE) in fields ranging from aeronautics to plumbing. According to the New Jersey >
Why U-46 is looking at adding more high school academies
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May 21, 7:24 AM: Elgin Area School District U-46 students soon might be able to pursue careers in health care, tourism, government and the military while still in high school.
Editorial: Expand access to vocational programs
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May 21, 6:39 AM: Putnam, who is running for the Republican nomination for governor, recently suggested that the state do more to steer students to good-paying jobs in fields such as pipefitting and welding. He is proposing to make it easier for >
FIELDS program gives Shoshone Bannock High School students options
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May 18, 5:15 AM: But now the foundation for indigenous education, leadership development, and sustainability, or fields program, has partnered with the high school, allowing them to get a better understanding of their options after high school, >
Academy Pathways prepare students for college, career at Roxborough High
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May 16, 6:16 AM: Academy Pathways, cutting-edge technology, student leadership, innovative teachers and supportive staff are all elements at the heart of the curriculum at The Academies at Roxborough High School.
Partnership with college considered for building trades program
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May 16, 6:13 AM: A Career Technical Education consortium program, run through Southwestern Michigan College, would allow participants to receive dual enrollment credit. Students could earn college credit while in high school, and graduate with a >
‘Inspiring’ students graduate from Wallace State’s Fast Track Academy/Fast Track f
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May 15, 6:21 AM: Both programs allow high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to simultaneously earn their high school and college degrees, meeting state requirements for high school graduation while also providing the general education >
Oklahoma CareerTech is ’perfect complement’ to Home School experience
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May 15, 5:04 AM: Today’s home school students thrive in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) environment in Oklahoma. Home School student enrollment has more than doubled in the last three years and now represents just over three percent of the >
Barren County Schools announces 2 new apprenticeship programs
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May 11, 6:23 AM: In a news conference Wednesday at the T.J. Health Pavilion, local and state officials announced creation of the school district’s new culinary arts and transportation maintenance apprenticeship programs.
Partnership designed to help high school grads land aviation jobs
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May 8, 5:31 AM: A new plan could have high-school students in Wichita walking off the graduation stage and into a job in the aviation industry. The plan is a part of a partnership with Wichita Public Schools, Wichita State University Campus of >
Calallen High has a program that puts students to work right after graduation
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May 4, 6:18 AM: Calallen High School is one school in the Coastal Bend that has a pilot program. It's called CAT, or Construction Apprenticeship Training Program.
Student Apprenticeship Programs Open Doors To Manufacturing Jobs
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May 4, 6:14 AM: But the pre-apprenticeships have an even bigger impact on the students at Synergy Alternative High School, which serves students who are struggling in traditional academic environments.
Changing face of education – District offering pathways for career and technical education
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May 3, 6:18 AM: Sorensen said by utilizing CTE courses and enrolling in Snow College technical programs while still in high school, students can explore a wide variety of careers, but also pursue depth in them, like Acord.
Davidson County Community College partnering with Egger’s North American for apprenticeship pr
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May 3, 6:16 AM: DCCC is partnering with Egger's to create an apprenticeship program. The initiative is geared toward high school students. The apprenticeship program teaches students advanced manufacturing skills and allows them to earn a salary >

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