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Far north on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, eighth-graders attend a weeklong Careers in Technology summer camp that gets them thinking more seriously about what they want to be when they grow up.
America’s international competitors know that technology and automation are driving rapid changes in the global economy—and they’re preparing their children for increasingly sophisticated, continually evolving jobs.
The 34 schools and districts recognized in this year’s Districts of Distinction program are tailoring their career and technical education as well as college-prep courses to regional and national needs, while adding healthy doses of STEM and STEAM to turbo charge learning.
Want an idea for a hands-on STEM lesson that’s guaranteed to fuel student engagement? Hand the kids lighters, and tell them to start fires.
Even better (and safer): Invite local firefighters to help out.
School districts and local businesses need to work together to create effective career and technical education programs.
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes a bigger part of everyday life, schools are integrating study of the technology into curricula across subjects to prepare students for eventual jobs.
This list covers products and services that educators are using to enhance career and technical education (CTE) in and outside the classroom.
Transition planning for special education students has evolved so that the activities students participate in now mirror more closely mainstream college- and career-prep programs.
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