Will integrating science in CTE boost test scores?

End-of-year testing is wrapping up now in the 15 Utah high schools from 13 districts participating in a semester-long research project to determine whether integrating science lessons into Career and Technology Education Health Science programs will boost student achievement. . . . → Read More

Healthcare Interactive brings students into the operating room, virtually

Hundreds of Utah students participated in today’s Virtual Healthcare Interactive. The program gives students an up-close view of a real medical procedure and an opportunity to chat live with the physicians, who are on hand to answer questions and explain as the procedure unfolds. This year’s topic was maternal and infant health. . . . → Read More

Hundreds of Utah students to participate in Virtual Healthcare Interactive

On Wednesday, March 30, Utah Career and Technical Education (CTE) high school students across the state will participate in a Virtual Healthcare Interactive live broadcast, in partnership with the Utah State Office of Education (USOE) and Intermountain Healthcare. The two-hour event begins with students watching a pre-recorded medical procedure followed by a live chat with physicians using real time technology. The healthcare topic this year is maternal and infant health. . . . → Read More