Remaking Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century

Thursday, May 25, 2017
3:15 pm   -   4:15 pm
Room: Nautilus 3
Moderator: JD Hoye, President, NAF

Career and technical education programs hold a lot of promise in today’s STEM economy, with many federal and state policymakers investing heavily in such partnerships between the education and business communities. In recent years, CTE programs have developed and refined a set of “career clusters,” designed to equip participants with specific skills for specific jobs in advanced manufacturing, IT and other fields. This session will review CTE efforts that are making a difference in preparing the next generation of STEM employees.