ASSOCIATION FOR CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION®
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On February 14, the Senate Career and Technical Education Caucus hosted a briefing that provided an overview of the past, present and future of CTE. The briefing also served to highlight February as CTE Month and the 100-year anniversary of the Smith-Hughes Act, the first federal investment in secondary CTE.
More than 60 guests, in addition to those who tuned in to the live-stream, attended the briefing, which began with a brief presentation on the evolution of CTE. Following the presentation, a panel discussed the ways in which CTE prepares students for career success, what the future of CTE looks like and how federal policy can support CTE, among other things. ACTE deputy executive director Stephen DeWitt moderated the panel, which included:
The briefing was live-streamed, and archived footage of the briefing can be viewed below or at this link. The video begins at minute 19:02. Please excuse the minor sound quality issue towards the beginning which was quickly corrected.
Posted by Jarrod Nagurka on 02/15/2017 at 03:46 PM in CTE Caucus | Permalink
Senate CTE Caucus
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