CTE: Key to Education Reform, Preparing the Future Workforce

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In this program, you will learn how Career and Technical Education (CTE) plays a role in dropout prevention and school reform. Listeners will hear how CTE provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in the career pathway of their choice.

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Jan Bray

Jan Bray serves as the Executive Director of the Association for Career and Technical Education, a not-for-profit association representing over 27,000 professionals across the United States. As Executive Director, Jan manages the staff and oversees the development of program services for the members of the association and the CTE profession. She provides leadership on a broad spectrum of education and workforce issues and directs the strategic public policy and public awareness efforts of the association.

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