Resources are now available for the July 25 webinar: Advanced Placement® Across the Career Clusters®.
Traditionally Advanced Placement® (AP) courses and exams have not been recommended for students in Career Technical Education (CTE) programs. To bust this myth, NASDCTEc and the College Board worked together to draft a document – Career and Technical Education and Advanced Placement – that shows how AP courses and exams can be relevant to a student’s program of study across the 16 Career Clusters®.
This webinar featured that work, explored how AP courses and exams are being embedded in students’ programs of study at the local level, and engaged participants around additional strategies for including AP courses and other rigorous courses within CTE Career Pathways.
When: Thursday July 25 at 3 p.m. ET and featured the following speakers:
- Kate Blosveren, Associate Executive Director, The National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc)
- Barbara Dittrich, Program Supervisor, Advanced Placement, Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Tom Evans, Principal, Eastern Technical High School, Baltimore County, Maryland
- Betty Klattenhoff, CTE Director, Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Wanda Monthey, Senior Director, Career Readiness and CTE, The College Board
Power Point of webinar in PDF format
Accompanying brief Career and Technical Education and Advanced Placement
Ramona Schescke, Member Services Manager
Tags: Career Clusters®