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Hunterdon County Polytech Career Academy is a shared-time career academy in New Jersey. The center made drastic changes to transform a traditional vocational school into a vibrant 21st-century CTE center.
Each year, SREB hosts a national forum for state and local career and technical education leaders to discuss the role and future of full- and shared-time centers. The forum attracts more than 250 attendees from CTE centers and comprehensive high schools across the nation and provides a unique opportunity to focus exclusively on CTE. All centers, whether part of the TCTW network or not, are invited to send representatives to better serve both the technical and academic needs of their students.
The purpose of a technical assistance visit is to help school leaders and teachers take stock of where they are and where they want to go in school improvement. A technical assistance visit is not evaluative; rather, it represents efforts by the visiting team and the school to improve student learning
This two-page document summarizes how the Technology Centers That Work school improvement framework helps technology centers, high schools and districts provide quality career pathway programs and support students’ mastery of academic, technical and workplace skills and attainment of postsecondary credentials and degrees.
For additional information, see Connecting Classrooms, Careers and College.
Please fill out the online survey for the 2019 National TCTW Leaders’ Forum. Upon completion of the survey, you will be redirected to your Certificate of Participation.
Continuation education credits are not issued by SREB. Contact your local school district for information on how credits are awarded for attending the Forum.