MADISON — State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor will learn how students benefit from various Career and Technical Education programs by visiting and touring two Milwaukee schools on Thursday.
Stanford Taylor proclaimed February “CTE Month” in Wisconsin, representing a time when the importance of these programs is highlighted. The long-term goal of CTE in Wisconsin schools is to prepare students for a wide range of careers reflecting the modern workplace by offering them opportunities to improve their transferrable skills prior to graduation.
Stanford Taylor will start the day at Bay View High School, where she will meet students and visit the school’s engineering and culinary arts programs. During the afternoon, she will visit James Madison Academic Campus and tour the school’s finance and health science programs.
WHAT: State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor tours CTE programming at schools
WHEN: 9:30-10:30 a.m. - Bay View High School
1:15-2:15 p.m. - James Madison Academic Campus
WHERE: Bay View High School
2751 S. Lenox St.
Milwaukee, WI 53207
James Madison Academic Campus
8135 W. Florist Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53218