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Engage Online with Acte

Magazine article Techniques

Engage Online with Acte

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Seen on the Blog

"I am a principal of a four-year career tech high school. In a state that has a 64 percent graduation rate, we had a 96 percent graduation rate last year. Our students are trained to go right into the workforce, yet have the academics to pursue education beyond high school, which is what most of our students aspire to do. We are unable to keep our programs close to industry standards without the support of grant funding. Our students deserve to have the best education possible to be prepared for whatever their desires are."

-Janis McCreary comments on the CTE Policy Watch Blog post "Tell Congress What Tou Stand To Lose If Perkins Funding Is Cut"

Heard on the Podcast

"It started out kind of like a garage band. Like any teacher, you think to yourself, 'Gosh! I could videotape that.' And then you go, 'Wow! OK, now I have a few videos, maybe I can put something together.' Every teacher has thought about that. The difference is, wc took it to the next level. We formulated a plan. We shot the videos. We created a structure. And instead of just creating a vast video library, we formulated it into a software structure which evolved over the years, with a very strong focus on re-innovating ourselves every other year. Once we got settled, finished a version, wc took a little break and then wc went and reinnovated ourselves. In about five years' time, we finally broke even, and then we were able to start branching out and growing beyond that."

-Nai Wang in an episode of the Career Tech Talk Podcast

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