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ACTE's evidence-based framework defining high-quality CTE. With more than 90 criteria organized under 12 elements, the Framework captures the full range of activities across a CTE program of study.

ACTE-developed fact sheets on the CTE system in each state, as well as links to other relevant state-specific information. Feel free to duplicate, disseminate or use these fact sheets to educate and advocate for CTE!

The U.S. Government Accountability Office full report on career and technical education programs, including strategies for serving different student populations, and the challenges these programs face.

Subtle changes are underway in career and technical education courses across the country that are significantly impacting how students learn and engage in training for trade skills, CTE experts said.

Growing efforts to include lessons and activities with more relevance, choice and accessibility are helping students who have historically faced barriers in CTE courses, including students of color, students from low-income families, students with disabilities and girls.

The focus on accommodations is also encouraging educators and their CTE business partners to be more inclusive of all types of learners. The CTE programs are using a universal design for learning framework… >>>

ACTE’s High-quality CTE Library includes key resources to help practitioners achieve quality in each of the 12 elements of high-quality CTE defined in the ACTE Quality CTE Program of Study Framework. Resources include reports, research studies, toolkits, guides, frameworks, webinars, online courses and more from ACTE and many other respected sources. 

As we continue drudging towards the post-pandemic era, CTE programs across the U.S. continue to capture attention in various fields. For example, labor statistics hint that career and technical education programs could play a substantial role in how our nation recovers from the pandemic. This notion is especially true for Healthcare CTE programs, where highly trained and certified staff are still in demand.

All the advanced skills, new funding sources, and approaches the industry has introduced over the past 18 months are helping to drive an extension of program services. And as a result, the thousands of employers continuing to… >>>

Hello everyone, my school district has had trouble over the last several years recruiting teachers. It seems the challenge has gotten worse since the pandemic and I'm wondering if anyone else is dealing with this issue and what tips you all may have for how to tackle it. Any advise would be appreciated. Thank you!

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