In May, seven national organizations came together to support Putting Learner Success First: A Shared Vision for the Future of CTE, establishing a bold vision for all of education. The vision calls for a systemic revitalization of the education system, and identifies Career Technical Education’s (CTE) strengths and role in this transformation, focusing on five key principles of change:
- All CTE programs are held to the highest standards of excellence.
- All learners are empowered to choose a meaningful education and career.
- All learning is personalized and flexible.
- All learning is facilitated by knowledgeable experts.
- All systems work together to put learner success first.
Since the release of this vision, support has continued to grow – with four additional national partners signing on, leaders sharing the vision in all 50 states, and a wide array of activities and efforts underway or planned aligned with the vision’s principles and actions.
On Tuesday November 15 at 2:30-3:30 pm ET, join us for an update on Putting Learner Success First: A Shared Vision for the Future of CTE and learn about ways in which you can help support this vision of career success for all learners. Register today!
- Stephen DeWitt, Deputy Executive Director, Association for Career and Technical Education
- Erica Kashiri, Director of Policy and Programs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
- Kate Kreamer, Deputy Executive Director, Advance CTE
- Rich McKeon, Director of the Career Readiness Initiative, Council of Chief State School Officers
- Bryan Wilson, State Policy Director, National Skills Coalition