Professional Development: Meeting the Needs of Early Career High School CTE Teachers

Publication November 2009

The growing demand for CTE teachers, coupled with the diminished supply of teachers from traditional teacher-education programs, has led to a sharp increase of alternatively licensed teachers in CTE classrooms. How to help them quickly become proficient in the skills necessary to successfully manage a classroom and achieve Perkins-related academic and technical outcomes is a challenge.

Pritz, S., & Sass, H. (2009, November). Professional development: Meeting the needs of early career high school CTE teachers. Presentation made at the annual meeting of the Association for Career and Technical Education, Nashville, TN.

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