1. Sharpen the Saw Sometimes you have to take a break from the “work” of your work to sharpen your skills. A dull axe won’t cut a tree nearly as effectively as a sharp one. Spend one day learning from your peers about innovations in the classroom and workforce development practices. 2. New Tools Companies … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons YOU Should Be at the 2016 Minnesota CTE Works! Summit
MnSCU Vice Chancellor Ron Anderson shares his thoughts on Career Technical Education and its impact on today's workforce.
Once upon a time career training in high schools was separate from the academic programs that college-bound students took. Today, ACTE reports that more than 70% of high school CTE concentrators pursued postsecondary education shortly after high school.
Like many people, I thought CTE classes were for high school students to learn a manual trade instead of preparing for college. Well, like many people, I thought wrong.