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2019 Perkins V Implementation Meeting -- September has ended
Tuesday, September 17 • 1:10pm - 2:05pm
Recruiting, Training and Retaining CTE Educators

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Recruiting and retaining strong teachers and faculty can make or break a CTE program. Yet the nationwide teacher shortage has hit CTE particularly hard. How can state leaders strengthen the pipeline of CTE educators, including from non-traditional pathways, and ensure they are prepared to lead the classroom on day one? In this session participants will learn about strategies in Perkins V to strengthen the CTE teacher pipeline and hear about effective practices in two states.

Speakers
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Kate Kreamer

Deputy Executive Director, Advance CTE
Kate Blosveren Kreamer serves as the Deputy Executive Director of the Advance CTE, leading policy and communications efforts to ensure all students have access to high-quality Career Technical Education (CTE).From 2006 to 2013, Kate worked at Achieve, beginning as a policy analyst... Read More →
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Elaine Perea

State CTE Director, New Mexico, Public Education Department
Elaine Perea is an experienced education leader working in collaboration with business, government,education and nonprofit leaders to prepare students for the future. As New Mexico’s Director of Collegeand Career Readiness, Dr. Perea oversees a team committed to improving Career... Read More →
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Jane Gubrud

Career Development Specialist, South Dakota Department of Education
Jane Gubrud is the Northeast Regional Career Development Specialist with the South Dakota Department of Education. She has worked with the department for 4 ½ years and has become the CTE Teacher Certification contact for the state. She works closely with the teacher certification... Read More →



Tuesday September 17, 2019 1:10pm - 2:05pm
Palo Verde I

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