Register NOW forÂ two exciting webinars from NASDCTEc.
Â September Webinar Title: A Look Inside: A Synopsis of CTE TrendsÂ – Analysis of State CTE Data and Initiatives
When: September 29 at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time (1 hour)
Career Technical Education (CTE) is growing in variety of ways. Hear highlights from the NASDCTEc staff about the recent trends seen in CTE governance, teacher shortages, funding and Career Clusters implementation. It is crucial for members and the CTE community to be aware of these changes and work together to improve CTE programs and initiatives. Each one of these issues plays a critical role in the success and expansion of CTE. Register NOWÂ Â (Please click the Register link on the page. Registrants will receive an e-mail confirmation.)
Â October Webinar Title: Bridging Education and the Economy
When: October 12 at 3 p.m. Eastern Time (1 hour)
Â In an effort to close the skills gaps within our economy, businesses are teaming up with high schools and community colleges to create rigorous career technical education (CTE) programs that respond to the needs of the labor market. NOVA Community College and State Farm Insurance are two examples of how these partnerships can help meet the demands of the labor market by creating students that are college and career ready.
Â Register NOWÂ Â (Please click the Register link on the page. Registrants will receive an e-mail confirmation.)
Â Accompanying this webinar is a new issue brief, Career Technical Education and Business Partners: Bridging Education and the Economy, which spotlights NOVA Community College and State Farm Insurance â€“ two exemplary examples of education-employer partnerships within the career technical education (CTE) community. This issue brief is the second of a five-part series reflecting our associationâ€™s vision for CTE in preparing all students to enter into the global economy. Business and industry partnerships represent one of the overarching themes within the five core principles of our vision for CTE.
Â If you have comments or questions about these webinars, please contact Warren Zentz, NASDCTEc Research and Policy Assistant at 301-588-9630 or email@example.com.