Saturday, August 19, 2017
Tags Career and technical education

Tag: career and technical education

Students’ work heading into space

Students at Breckinridge County Area Technology Center have completed their third year in a NASA program in which they build training hardware.

‘On Track’ to develop a skilled workforce

Students and instructors at Warren County Area Technology Center have benefited from a program designed to help fill a growing number of automotive jobs.

Math, CTE teachers can collaborate in Morehead State project

The Morehead State University 21st Century Education Enterprise is offering a professional learning project in which high school mathematics and career and technical education teachers will collaborate to design and implement mathematical practices aimed at improving college and career readiness.

Tiny house teaching big lessons

Casey County High School teacher Garlen Whitis decided go small for his construction class after years teaching students to build larger homes.

Helping rising educators

A new education career pathway and a new student organization are designed to help Kentucky school districts grow their own teachers.

Warren County ATC to receive national award

The Warren County Area Technology Center (ATC) has been named a winner of the Excellence in Action award from Advance CTE, a national nonprofit...

Employment initiative opens doors for students, employers

The Youth Employment Solutions program allows schools and businesses to work together to give students real-world work experience.

It’s time to take a second look at CTE

Too often in the past we’ve thought of career and technical education as being an alternative pathway for students who, for one reason or another, weren’t going to attend a college or a university. It is time for all of us in the Commonwealth to realize that CTE is for everyone.

Filling the halls of KDE’s new home

Breckinridge County ATC students are among those whose works will be displayed at KDE’s new home.

Kentucky awarded $2 million to improve career education

The Council of Chief State School Officers and JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced Jan. 11 that Kentucky is one of 10 states that will receive a $2 million grant to strengthen and expand career education pathways for students.