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11/15/2018

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Kevin A Williams

I believe it is very important to bring back realistic apprenticeship programs at the secondary school level. It starts with community structure of schools relationships with local and corporate businesses in close proximity to the schools and students. This can be accomplished with creative roles for marketing CTE educational programming from within the schools. Highlighting the best CTE students, teachers, administrators and active business professionals who are participating and finding results from sound program relationships. Funding is still a ever present challenge within the CTE world and diversity requires creative preparation to bring all students the resources needed to be successful. Proper planning for this ceremonial day of National Apprenticeship must have a goal to meet and not just a photo opportunity. Find the community CTE needs and meet them.

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