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06/15/2017

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Dr Rex Bolinger

Toyota's AMT & T-TEN Programs are highly effective workforce development models for all US industries!

Kelley Sultan

Full CTE funding is essential to high schools across every state--no cuts to CTE (Perkins) and more power to teachers, who see and work with students every day in the classroom.

Mrs. Kelley Sultan
Journalism/Media Teacher

Robert "Bo" Zabierek

It's nice to see Apprenticeships are returning to CTE's. In Maine, they have had to take a back seat to college access initiatives and job opportunities that are not always done in cooperation with what they study at their CTE school. Usually the job choice is tied to the proximity of how close their home is. This leads to Auto Collision students working at the local restaurant and the Culinary student working the Auto Parts counter!

Thank you for seeing the value of apprenticeships relevant to the rigor that they study, and practice, at their CTE school.

Bo Zabierek
Past President
ACTE-Maine

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Interesting one !!!

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