TWEET OF THE WEEK
Thanks @CTEWorks for a great conference, for equipping us with many new tools and new learning to help us be better leaders in our states.
— Jo Anne Honeycutt (@bjhoneycutts) October 19, 2016
ARTICLE OF THE WEEK
Harvard Political Review published an article making the case for Career Technical Education as an important option for students who want a pathway to a successful career: Â â€œStudents often leave CTE programs with certifications that allow them to immediately enter the workforce. Surprisingly, some see this as CTEâ€™s greatest failing. Yes, welders might make up to $140,000 dollars a year, but how can the government support â€œcondemningâ€ students to blue-collar labor? The reasoning of many against CTE programs seems misguided at best.â€
WEBINAR OF THE WEEK
Join us for a webinar on November 10 taking a deep dive into the application process for the 2017 Excellence in Action award. You will hear from past award recipients and a member of the selection committee on what makes an award-winning program, providing insight into how to create a successful application.
RESOURCE OF THE WEEK
National Skills Coalition released a report on the importance of providing supports to low-income people for postsecondary education and training, citing Arkansasâ€™ Career Pathways Initiative as a model program.
Katie Fitzgerald, Senior Associate, CommunicationsÂ