Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis recently began a monthly series of visits to Kentucky area technology centers, and high, middle and elementary schools across the Commonwealth.
David Horseman, the new associate commissioner of KDE’s Office of Career and Technical Education, said changes will continue to come to career and technical education.
Marion County Area Technology Center is offering 8th-grade students a hands-on preview of its advanced manufacturing and Project Lead the Way curricula through a pair of elective classes.
The Warren County Area Technology Center (ATC) has been named a winner of the Excellence in Action award from Advance CTE, a national nonprofit career and technical education organization. The school’s automotive technology program will be recognized in the transportation and logistics career cluster. The On Track car-building program, a partnership with the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce in [...]
Clark County Area Technology Center and a Winchester manufacturer have teamed up to expose students to the possibilities in a manufacturing career.
John Lucas' automotive technology classes at the Lee County Area Technology Center are geared toward helping students problem solve issues in a way that prepares them for a career in the automotive technician industry.
The new program is the first of its kind in the state’s secondary education sector, and the most comprehensive program at the high school level in the country.
A Kentucky College Coach helps students become career-ready.