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Wisconsin CTE Looks Forward to an Exciting Year!

09/16/2019
Welcome back to the 2019-20 school year from all of us on the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Team at DPI. We are excited to kick off a year...

Tools Identify Emerging Job Trends

09/15/2019
The world economy affects all of us. Career and technical education (CTE) professionals may rightly ask: What are the trends in new jobs? What is the...

Pathways Are Coming Your Way

09/14/2019
In the June 2019 CTE Newsroom, we shared updates on the current J.P. Morgan Chase New Skills for Youth grant. We addressed how it is connected to ACP...

New FREE Resources at Your Fingertips

08/21/2019
The school year is about to begin, and it can be overwhelming to develop or revise course curriculum and resources. When considering new quality CTE...

Funds Available for Industry-Recognized Certifications

08/21/2019
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development in collaboration with the Department of Public Instruction will award school districts up to $1,000...

Agriculture Teacher Training a Team Effort

07/17/2019
Professional development has been a part of agriculture education for over 90 years, and it’s only gotten better over time. This is largely thanks to...

Career Readiness Checklist

06/18/2019
2019 is an exciting year for CTE and career readiness, and Wisconsin is poised to make the most of it! The DPI CTE, Academic and Career Planning (ACP...

The Role of Equity in CTE

05/08/2019
It’s often said, “you can be anything you want when you grow up.” It’s an inspiring notion, but unfortunately, does not hold true for ALL students in...
Kids and computers

Goodbye Career Cruising, Hello Xello!

04/19/2019
Wisconsin students, grades 6-12, now have a new, more engaging Academic and Career Planning (ACP) electronic tool for career development called Xello...

Making the Case for Early Childhood Credentialing in Wisconsin

03/27/2019
The following has been adapted from “Early Childhood Credentialing in Wisconsin,” an article by Diane Ryberg, family and consumer sciences consultant...