SALT LAKE CITY (September 17, 2018) – In response to growing employer demand for a better-prepared workforce, and Utah Gov. Gary Herbert’s declaration of 2018 as the year of Career and Technical Education (CTE)
SALT LAKE CITY (Aug. 9, 2018) – Leaders from a broad collection of business associations and businesses—members of the workforce development coalition Industry Engaged in Education—will utilize Career and Technical Education (CTE) offerings to
Silicon Slopes; July 19, 2018 – Precision Exams, a national testing company, has partnered with B.E. Publishing to combine textbooks with industry-aligned CTE certification exams through the Skills for Life Series. This pairing will ensure that CTE students are
MINNESOTA; Mar. 13, 2018 – STEM Fuse, a premium provider of STEM curricula in the United States, has partnered with Precision Exams to offer industry certification alongside their middle and high school semester-length courses.
SALTLAKE CITY (January 25, 2018) – As part of his 2018 State of the State message, Gov. Gary Herbert declared 2018 the Year of Technical Education, naming it his second-highest legislative priority. In response,
Partnerships between community employers and education is truly a win-win. Education programs benefit as employers serve on advisory boards and share their expertise. This insight helps teachers know how to prepare students with appropriate skills needed by the current workforce and allows students to find value in what they are learning.
Industry involvement plays a major role in the sustainability of Yakima School District’s (YSD) Career and Technical Education program. In collaboration with local employers, YSD is actively working to prepare the next generation of professionals for careers. In fact, YSD has been so successful that industry is now relying on
As industry changes, Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs prepare the future workforce and help students make the connection between what they are learning and why. CTE Education Programs Most CTE education programs require