CTE

Made in the shade: Why new energy is building up behind school solar panels

The case for school solar panels is one that can appeal to all community members, despite their varying political views and interests.

How an innovative tech program opens career paths for students with visual impairments

More than 90% of the pilot program's participants said they planned to study cybersecurity in college, pursue cybersecurity credentials or go directly into the cybersecurity workforce.

Why 14 states now require high schoolers to learn a lot more about money

High school students are worried about their financial futures. That's likely because many don't think they know much about personal finance.

4 principals to watch: Making strides in ed-tech, teacher leadership and climate

Principals have been at the forefront of rallying students, staff members, and their wider school communities throughout the upheavals of the COVID pandemic.

How Career and Technical Education can ignite student passion and drive change

CTE pathways, especially those that have certifications, can help our students enter the workforce in high-demand, high-wage jobs right after graduation.

10 COVID-relief spending plans reveal an area of growing urgency in schools

For district leaders looking for ideas and inspiration around CTE, here are some highlights from 10 states' plans to spend COVID relief funds and reengagement students.

Why inspiring Black students to teach is key to filling K-12 shortages

Your district's future, diverse teacher workforce—and a key, long-term solution to teaching shortages—is likely sitting in your classrooms right now.

How a new fashion high school is being powered by higher ed expertise

Newly launched Newark School of Fashion and Design is a partnership with the Parsons School of Design where students will create a line of clothing, put on a fashion show and start a business.

How 5 middle schools are giving students an early start on career exploration

High school is too late to start comprehensive career exploration, given the ever-evolving needs of the workforce. That's why middle schools are now focusing on project-based learning, maker spaces and new electives.

10 can’t-miss sessions at FETC that will inspire educators and leaders

These key discussions on emerging tech, leadership strategies and cyber safety can supercharge your districts.

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