As a career and technical education administrator, you understand that your role is to support your teachers and programs in delivering high-quality CTE to your students. But your role extends beyond simply managing the logistics and personal elements of your job. As an instructional leader in your institution, you're responsible for ensuring that the teaching, curriculum, and learning meet the needs of your students and the employers in your community. Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues build project management skills.  

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Participation in CTE Leadership Scale | New discussion by Michelle Conrad

Faculty from the University of Central Missouri, Murray State University, Marshall University, and the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, are collaborating on the development of a CTE Leadership ...

CTE Administrator Handbook | New comment by Lucille Fullen

There is no file. This is just a cover page. 


CTE Administrator Handbook | New comment by Danielle Booth

When I click "Download this file" it only gives me an image of the book cover. Is there a place where the book can be downloaded?


CTE Administrator Handbook | New file by Michael Connet

Be sure to include the use of the CTE Administrator Handbook in your professional development. The Handbook is designed as a workbook, full of activities for Administratrors to use with their own prof...