About Us

CTEEC is a national equity council and an affiliate of the Administration Division of the Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE).

The purposes of this organization are:

  • Awareness - To promote and support career and technical education at the secondary and post-secondary level;

  • Advocacy - To support equitable and full participation of all students and employees in career and technical education at the secondary and post-secondary level;

  • Professional Development -  To encourage professional growth and development of the members, as well as, promote linkages between workforce professionals, businesses, and industry;

  • Community - To serve as a unifying Council for educators, staff, workforce development, and other professionals working with special populations defined as individuals with disabilities, economically disadvantaged families, single parents, out-of-workforce individuals, and individuals prepared for non-traditional training and employment, and individuals with other barriers to educational achievement.  

  • Networking - To provide an opportunity for professional affiliation and a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on equity issues;

  • Support - To support the goals/objectives of the Administrative Division at ACTE and ACTE (in general) in the following ways:

    • Increase the effectiveness of career and technical education at the secondary and post-secondary level by  focusing on high expectations and full participation for all students and employees

    • Promote continued research and resulting strategies in career and technical education at the secondary and post-secondary level and educational equity;

    • Developing leadership in career and technical education at the secondary and post-secondary level and educational equity;

    • Participate in professional development for continuous program improvement;

    • cooperating and working with all technical and post-secondary  organizations;

    • Work with the ACTE Administrative Division and the other affiliates/members of ACTE; and

    • Providing advocacy for equity issues within the larger technical and post-secondary education community.

 

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