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Students take the lead at new regional career academy

The first-of-its-kind in Kentucky high school aims to prepare students for high-demand jobs.

Arnold receives 2016 Kevin M. Noland Award

At the Kentucky Board of Education meeting in Frankfort April 13, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt presented the 2016 Kevin M. Noland Award to Laura Arnold, associate commissioner for the Office of Career and Technical Education at the Kentucky Department of Education.

Franklin-Simpson in the sweet spot of agriculture education

High school’s agriculture program brings academic, career and technical education and leadership skills together for success.

Kentucky joins career readiness initiative

Kentucky is among a group of 17 states that committed to develop and execute a detailed plan to implement recommendations made in a report by the Council of Chief State School Officers Career Readiness Task Force

Henderson County students get head start in early childhood education

Named as one of nine career and technical education programs in the country that work, Henderson County High School’s early childhood education program gets students ready for careers.

Board considers career/tech funding; novice reduction

Current funding for career and technical education (CTE) in Kentucky is inadequate and at critical levels. That’s the conclusion of an independent report presented to...

CTE is the ‘new cool’ in Adair County

Satellite CTE programs heighten awareness of career pathways, industry certificates.

Q&A with Dr. Jack McElroy, a longtime CTE educator

"Dr. Jack" is known across the state for his contributions to Kentucky CTE and the teachers who have made a career for themselves in the education profession.

Law and order attracts students to program at Scott County school

Scott County students get an in-depth look at law and justice in a unique three-course program.

State becoming a leader in CTE academic integration

Sixteen schools will participate in a program designed to help career and technical education teachers and academic teachers begin to speak the same educational language.