This session was the fourth in Advance CTE’s Lunch & Learn series focused on exploring each of the principles from Without Limits: A Shared Vision for the Future of Career Technical Education. Attendees will be introduced to the fourth principle of the vision, “Each learner’s skills are counted, valued, and portable” and the roles of secondary, postsecondary and workforce systems in accomplishing this principle. Attendees had a chance to discuss this principle in small groups and will leave this session with an increased awareness of the aspirations of this principle and strategies to apply it to their own work.
-Jonathan Alfuth, State Policy Director, KnowledgeWorks
-Molly Bashay, Senior Policy Analyst – Education, Labor & Worker Justice, The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)
-Niki DaSilva, Manager, Programs and Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Center for Education and Workforce
-Austin Estes, Manager of Data & Research, Advance CTE