CTE on the Frontier: Connecting Rural Learners with the World of Work

Author(s): Advance CTE

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This brief from Advance CTE, the second in a series on rural CTE access and quality, explores how states — including West Virginia, LouisianaMontana and North Dakota— have identified ways to bring the physical experience of work-based learning and employer engagement directly to learners through simulated workplace experiences, innovative satellite campuses and mobile labs.

One unique and critical element of Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways is that they offer learners exposure and access to authentic experiences inside and outside the classroom. For these opportunities to be guaranteed, industry must play a key role in the design, development and delivery of CTE pathways, including in rural communities. 

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Posted: 11/3/2017 2:58 PM
Posted By: Angella Brown
Posted In: Youth CareerConnect
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