Congratulations to these students in Career and Technical Education programs across the state on their well-deserved recognition. They were honored during the 27th Annual Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholarships and Tuition Awards at Salt Lake Community College on May 1. . . . → Read More
More than 300 Utah high school students will partake in a virtual healthcare live broadcast this Thursday.
The Utah State Office of Education and Intermountain Healthcare will provide 343 Career and Technical Education students an opportunity to watch a prerecorded, artificial-knee surgery and to discuss it with surgeons and physicians.
See the news release below for . . . → Read More
In today’s headlines: Gov. Herbert uses PTA day on the Hill to tout education. Senate Ed Committee recommends confirming Heather Groom as the newest member of the Utah State Board of Education. STEM bill stalls in committee. Anyone looking for a new job (say, superintendency) in Cedar City? Links to these stories and many more are in the Education News Roundup for Feb. 21. . . . → Read More
In today’s ENR: Senate Education Committee approves local spending bill. Man behind the felons-on-school-boards bill speaks at committee hearing. Full Senate is OK with the International Baccalaureate Program. Duchesne District won’t change its gun policy. Links to these stories and many more are in the Education News Roundup for Feb. 15. . . . → Read More
In celebration of , February is a time when many schools conduct job shadow days and promote work-based learning opportunities. Throughout the year over 150,000 students participate in fantastic work-based learning opportunities through the Career and Technical Education Work-Based Learning program. . . . → Read More
If you search the Internet you find predictions for the New Year in almost any area you are interested in exploring. Predictions for what will happen to the economy, predictions for what will happen in politics, predictions for what will happen in education, predictions for the latest in technology, and you can even read about predictions on what the predictions will be! . . . → Read More
Utah junior high and high school students are invited to design the graphic for a summer conference for Utah educators. . . . → Read More
Too often recent efforts around “College and Career Ready” focus almost exclusively on college entrance and completion. “Career readiness” is often a very confusing part of College and Career Ready with a host of varied definitions, frameworks, policies and implementation strategies. Some definitions focus on learning skills for a specific entry-level job, and other definitions provide a broader context of workplace skills. . . . → Read More