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Start planning CTE month.

February 2008 may seem far away, but when it will be here before you know it. As you can tell by the announcement of the PSA contest, ACTE has been busy planning some new and exciting activities for CTE Month 2008.

This month-long celebration of career and technical education kicks off with National Job Shadow Day on February 4 and will conclude with National Entrepreneurship Week USA, which runs February 23-March 1.

For those schools looking for promotional items, ACTE has mailed out its CTE Month catalog. Inside you will find a wide variety of great items that you can personalize and give to students, parents, teachers and community members. You can order items by calling 800-822-1923 or visiting www.imprintmall.com/careertech. To ensure delivery by the beginning of February, schools are encouraged to order their materials by January 2, 2008.

In addition to promotional items, ACTE also has a number of resources available to help school plan their celebrations. At www. acteonline.org/ctemonth, educators will find publicity ideas, promotional ideas, and even a CTE fact sheet.

For more information on CTE Month, or to order products from the CTE Month catalog, visit www.acteonline.org/ctemonth or contact Ingrid Thomas at ithomas@acteonline.org or by phone at 800-826-9972.
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