Personal Philosophy Of Career And Technical Education

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My personal philosophy on Career and Technical Education (CTE), comes from my life’s professional experience of working in Emergency Medicine and working with CTE programs. I believe that CTE prepares secondary and postsecondary students of all diverse backgrounds to obtain gainful employment and creates an ultimate experience of knowledge and development. I have had the opportunity to work in a CTE field of healthcare for my adult life. I believe there is no better educational system to have real measurable growth for many students than CTE. Many of the students and graduates I have had the opportunity to work with would have never had the chance for personal and financial growth if it were not for a CTE programs.
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