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In Celebration of CTE By Alisha Hyslop of students taking a college prepara- he world was a much different place in 1917 when - outcomes are clear. and technical education (CTE) programs through the Smith-Hughes National Vocational Education Act. The United States was emerging as a leader in production ous CTE included met college- and to student engagement and high school graduation. Research has demonstrated 63 percent of students taking the same academic core who did not experience of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium showing that needed a new set of skills to help the counstudents graduate at much higher rates - ing them with those skills! This month is - education and careers. ing CTE student successes. A Closer Look at Success - emphasis on integrating academics with outright or work to supplement their courses in a particular career area. Despite the growth in academic course require- 16 Techniques February 2014 http://www.acteon

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ACTE Techniques February 2014

Leading Edge
Classroom Connection
Leadership Matters
Capitol View
Q and A
Celebrating CTE's Successes
Celebrating One of CTE's Strongest Advocates
Hell Hath No Fury Like a Tornado Spawned
Rebuilding With Education
Making CTE Work Through CTSOs
The Power of CTSOs
A Recap of ACTE's CareerTech Vision 2013
Using Tests to Improve Student Achievement
Ground Source Heat Pumps: From Green to Gold
Inside ACTE
Career Curve

ACTE Techniques February 2014