Homeland security needs many scientists & technicians due to heightened vigilance. High schools are preparing students.
A new law underscores the president’s hope to “develop the workforce” in the nation’s “booming economy.” 1st major ed bill signed.
CTE Month brings up controversies—from working conditions in Central America to US politics—but kids wear colorful bracelets.
Career and technical education programs in high school are great: they serve a focused need for vocational training. Don’t stop there.
Math and CTE students in IL and Texas are using geometry to build houses—some for living in, some for climbing in, as in tree houses.
Only 4 high school programs in the country, including 1 in IL and 1 in Md., have achieved exemplary status for their culinary arts programs.
W.Va. has seen a dramatic rise in career and technical education, or vocational training in high school. Why does the US lag behind?
US acting ed. secretary John King visited a workshop in Baltimore today, talking about the benefits of maker spaces and career and technical education.
A national SkillsUSA conference in Ky. for career and technical education (CTE) brought lots of career-motivated trophy-winners back to Maryland.
The second installment in our ongoing series of “vox ætatis” highlights the SkillsUSA organization and the work done by the Maryland organization in career and technical education.