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Indiana Association of Career and Technical Education

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Indiana - ACTE, in conjunction with ACTE, supports a very prestigious awards program. Awards recognize excellence and dedication within the field of career and technical education. Recipients of these awards are exceptional individuals who have contributed to the success of CTE through the quality of their work and their involvement in the CTE community.

Any Indiana-ACTE member may nominate candidates for these awards. Please note that nominations will be accepted from now through July 1, 2016. After completing one recommendation, you will have the opportunity to submit additional nominations. Please consider nominating one individual for each award category. Also, so long as he/she is a member of ACTE, the winner of each starred* category will eligible for consideration for ACTE Region III and National ACTE Awards.

Conference Registration - Don't Delay - September 23-24, 2016

Entrepreneurial Education Conference

Tuesday, June 21st, 8:30am

12175 Visionary Way; Suite 200 Fishers, IN 46038

Teachers play a vital role in equipping young people with the entrepreneurial skills to become innovators that will fuel the economy of tomorrow. These skills include identifying problems, designing solutions, taking risks, and collaborating.

This interactive PGP-eligible conference will provide you with real-world strategies for nurturing student talent and incorporating entrepreneurial skillsets into your classroom curriculum.

Speakers will include experienced entrepreneurs, thought leaders and K-12 educators, such as: Tim Scales, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, Indiana University East

Iris Hammel, Program Director of St. Joe CEO Program, co-founder of and Connected Classroom, Program Developer and Lead Teacher of LIFE Charter School

Michael Goldsby, Chief Entrepreneurship Officer, Stoops Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship and Director Emeritus of the Entrepreneurship Center and Program, Ball State University

Open Letter to NPR on CTE Story In the letter, ACTE Executive Director LeAnn Wilson said that "CTE and preparation for postsecondary success are not mutually exclusive – in fact, they are deeply intertwined."