|From the Desk of Dr. John Mulcahy
As we head into the holiday season and the winter break I hope you’ll all join me in a moment of reflection and thanks. As 2014 winds down and we take a look back at the year, it is truly amazing just how much we can be thankful for. CTE is growing stronger, our CTSO students continue to shine and from across the state of Arizona our former students are continuing to share with us their success stories as they claim their futures.
|Clyde McBride Wins at Nationals!
The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) announced Clyde McBride, an Agriculture teacher and CTE director at Kayenta Unified School District in Kayenta, Arizona, as the 2015 ACTE Teacher of the Year. The ACTE Teacher of the Year award recognizes the finest career and technical teachers at the secondary school level who have demonstrated innovation in the classroom, commitment to their students and dedication to the improvement of CTE in their institutions and communities.
|From the Desk of Pam Ferguson
I would like to welcome and invite all of you to join us, July 17th – 22nd, in celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the ACTE Summer Conference. 40 Years ago we hosted our first conference when we were still known as the Arizona Vocational Association. Since then we have grown and changed to meet the needs of our members as CTE itself has grown and changed to fit the needs of educating our students.