Reach Higher Maine has developed a series of free webinars designed to provide school counselors & those working with student’s tools to use in their college and career readiness programs. Live Webinar Date: January 31st 2018, 1:30 PM The webinar will be recorded and available on the Reach Higher Maine Google Classroom Description: Presenters will dispel … Continue reading Reach Higher Maine Webinar: The New CTE Pathway to Maine’s Proficiency Diploma
New Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways to Graduation through PL 489, “An Act To Implement Certain Recommendations of the Maine Proficiency Education Council” The Maine Department of Education is excited to outline some of the multiple pathways to earning a proficiency-based diploma that involve CTE enabled by Public Law Chapter 489, “An Act Implement … Continue reading CTE Diploma Pathway in law
This month in Tennessee, Maine’s State Director of Career and Technical Education will be honored as the 2016 Maine DECA Association Administrator of the Year. Meg Harvey is recognized for, among many things, her passion for Maine’s youth through Career and Technical Students Organizations (CTSO).
Teachers from culinary arts, health occupations, and early childhood education programs worked for two days with mathematics and English language arts (ELA) teachers to find points of intersections where students can demonstrate proficiency of Maine student learning standards. Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs have always been proficiency-based as students gain knowledge and skills that … Continue reading Meeting at the Crossroads: Identifying pathways to proficiency through technical programs, mathematics and English language arts
The Maine Career and Technical Education team is pleased to be able to offer secondary CTE schools an opportunity to update and renew their safety checklists and policies. The CTE team has provided a Perkins targeted grant to David Dorr, Director, Somerset Career and Technical Center to facilitate this joint project.