Alaska CTE Plan:
A Call to Action
". . .addressing both the educational needs of students and the workforce needs of the state required a coop-erative planning effort. The Career and Technical Education (CTE) plan is the result of this effort " ( p. 2)
The CTE Plan is a joint effort among the Alaska Departments of Education & Early Development and Labor and Workforce Development and the University of Alaska System. We invite you to learn more about the plan and its implementation, and how you can contribute to an improved CTE system for Alaska youth and adults!
CTE Plan Scorecard
The CTE Plan partner agencies, EED, DOLWD, and UA, continue to work collaboratively to implement and further the work of the CTE Plan. A summary of their current activities is available here (PDF updated 04.17.15).
CTE Plan Advisory Committee
The CTE Action Committee held its annual work session on April 27, 2015. EED Commissioner Mike Hanley and DOLWD Commissioner Heidi Drygas opened the meeting by reiterating their support for CTE and the CTE Plan, as well as highlighting Governor Walker’s passion for CTE. They talked about expanding CTE opportunities for all students, creating CTE messaging for parents, students, and educators, and working collaboratively to support CTE without duplicating efforts. Additional comments and the meeting summary are posted here.
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CTE and Workforce Development
The Alaska CTE Plan complements Alaska's workforce development plans by providing strategies for implementing successful technical training programs.
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