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"The students in my program that I see struggling with specific career choices and establishing goals also have difficulties with curriculum competencies and, more importantly, lower levels of self-motivation. The outcomes of my CTE program's major missions are suffering as a result. Yes, I am saying that this lack of relevant career information hampers their ability to decide and plan adequately. Furthermore, when students lack a direction or purpose, they also lack locus and motivation. I can begin to correct and prevent this situation from occurring by including more career awareness activities in my CTE program's curriculum.

--Joe Naylor comments on the CTE Policy Watch Blog post New Economy Needs More Specialized Skills


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Date:Jan 1, 2011
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