Teacher Advisory Council member and CTE teacher Amy Whaley shares how she helps her students explore a wide variety of careers in her classroom.
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Learn how two schools in Tennessee are providing students opportunities to earn college credit, an industry certification, or both while they are still in high school.
Have a look into one student’s success story as a result of clear and structured path from a CTE program of study that put him on a path to a career in medicine.
In Tennessee’s Northwest region, Justin Crice works to coordinate strategic partnerships that support seamless vertical alignment among K-12, postsecondary programs, and career opportunities.
Under the leadership of CTE Director Richard Skipper, Coffee County High School piloted one of the state’s first work-based learning programs in the advanced manufacturing sector at the start of the 2016-17 school year.
Educators often desire the opportunity to discuss life after high school with their students, but don’t always know how to make that happen. Learn how to strengthen the college-going culture in your schools with help from the department.
On Feb. 15, thousands of students participated in the National Career and Technical Education Letter of Intent Signing Day. Learn more about the exciting events held across Tennessee!
In this first of four briefs, teacher leaders in East Tennessee share how they are taking action to expand access to and improve student outcomes in early postsecondary opportunities.
Ben Robertson, the Transition School to Work coordinator at Dobyns-Bennett, shares tips for building a strong program and preparing all students for career success.
Learn how statewide dual credit courses prepare students to meet the demands of postsecondary coursework.