TWEET OF THE WEEK
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ARTICLE OF THE WEEK
Finding educators to teach CTE courses remains a challenge across the country. “There’s no one answer,” said Kate Kreamer, deputy executive director for Advance CTE, a nonprofit that represents the leaders of state career training programs. “Although alternative certification is increasingly a strategy states are using, it’s obviously insufficient in addressing the overall teacher shortage issue.”
TOOL OF THE WEEK
Education Commission of the States released an interactive state education policy tracker displaying enacted and vetoed bills on a wide variety of education topics for the 2013 through 2017 legislative sessions, updated daily. You can sort this information by year, state, and/or issue and sub-issue.
SURVEY OF THE WEEK
A survey conducted by the Wyoming Department of Education of K-12 educators finds that 99 percent of respondents think students should be prepared for a career, compared to 97 percent who believe students should be prepared for a two-year college.
Katie Fitzgerald, Senior Communications Associate