|From the Desk of Dr. John Mulcahy
Congratulations on another successful school year. Once again, your efforts made the world a better place. Thanks to you, thousands of Arizona students exited the school year with the skills needed to find both full and part time employment. Thanks to you, graduates are pursuing post secondary education options with a purpose. Thanks to you, Arizona’s economy is on the mend.
|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.
|NPS – Through the Eyes of Our Fellows!
Legislation is a key facet in strengthening CTE and the role it has in the future of Education. Keeping open lines of communication with our state and federal legislators and sharing our experiences and successes within CTE is a great way to help keep support coming for pro CTE legislation in the future. One of the important ways we do this is through the National Policy Seminar, an annual event held in Washington, D.C., where delegations of CTE teachers and administrators learn about the legislative process and are able to voice their concerns for CTE at a national level.