CTE on the Frontier


CTE on the Frontier

Given the unique challenges to expanding CTE on the “frontier,” Advance CTE launched a year-long initiative to unpack the biggest challenges and identify promising practices from across the country.

Based on interviews with over a dozen state secondary and postsecondary leaders – in addition to local practitioners and national experts – Advance CTE released a series of briefs and accompanying tools highlighting promising practices around four of the most pressing challenges to expanding access to high-quality CTE pathways in rural communities: ensuring that all CTE pathways are of the highest quality; connecting rural learners to the world of work; providing diverse pathway options; and, strengthening the rural CTE teacher pipeline.

Start to put your #CTE rural strategy into action with this series from @CTEWorks! #CTEWorks #NewSkillsforYouth #StatesLeading

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