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    learning through the introduction of new legislation. Educational legislations aim to increase student readiness and achievement by providing high-quality programs, increasing parental participation as well as improving teacher education and professional development. The real question is, why are students not college ready? In all circumstances, only one answer…

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    Career Technical Education

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    Career Technical Education High school drop-out. The title that no child grows up wanting, a title all parents fear for their children. As stated on the National Center for Education Statistics website, school drop-out rates in the US have decreased greatly in recent years. Will high school drop-out rates ever cease to exist though? Career technical education programs create better applicants for jobs by increasing job specific training, showing students exactly the kind of work involved, and…

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    until I began school at Texas A&M Whether it was good or bad, they helped me become the person I am today. I will forever be grateful for the lessons they taught me, and for their influence on my career choice. My results for the Texas Genuine Assessment were a motivation during the stressful end of semester times. The top result was education and training, second was agriculture food and natural resources, and third was health science. Education and training was at the top because of my…

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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…

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    naming of the Act. The Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1984 was renamed by Perkins (IV) to as Career and Technical Education (Dortch, 2012). The 1984 Act focused on expanding, improving and modernizing the vocational education programs (CTE legislation History, n.d). On the other hand, the 2006 Act places focus on reinforcing the existing accountability system. This was achieved by introducing independent core indicators of performance in secondary and post-secondary levels. The…

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    efforts to prepare career and college ready graduates. Career and technical education is thought to be useful to students because it demonstrates the application of classroom learning in the real word, engages them by using authentic tasks and tools, and teaches them employable skills. While some argue that students who take part in career and technical education are provided opportunities to extend classroom learning and develop critical understating of potential work environments (Brown, 2003;…

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    Alfred E. Smith Career and Technical Education High School is located at 333 East 151Street, in the Melrose neighborhood of the South Bronx. Smith is a limited unscreened, 9-12 grade high school where students earn a CTE- diploma (Regents Certified Diploma) that prepares them for jobs in the automotive and recently graphic arts industry. They can go directly to work in the field upon graduation. The four-story school takes up the entire radius of one city block. Although at one point it housed…

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    In essence, Gordon argues that structural factors inherent to career and technical education programs have prevented women from achieving economic equality when compared to their male counterparts. As evidence, Gordon argues that women of the nineteenth century were denied access to endeavors that were seen as traditionally male. Rather, women were provided instruction that focused heavily on domestic or “ornamental” instruction. Beyond the differences in training, women also faced barriers…

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    Technical Communication

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    Society of Technical Communication does not allow you to see all of its website, if you do not have a membership. It only gives you a glimpse of technical communication and its definition. It also gives a brief history of the website and what it was designed for. Like Society of Technical Communication, Patient Provider Communication gives a brief description and history of its websites. However, Patient Provider Communication is free to access, and it also gives us full essays. Moreover, they…

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    This essay is a reflection on the progress of a career in the Information Technology field with a focus on personal experiences, education and past work. Information Technology has infiltrated our lives in the last 30 years in ways we never thought possible. I grew up in a world where having a landline and one television set per household were considered luxuries. Today, it’s hard to imagine a day without our latest smartphones that provide us access to the latest news, emails, and multimedia…

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