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Articles from Techniques (April 1, 2008)

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2008 model schools conference. 119
A new technology-packed culinary menu. Book review 338
ACTE 2008 Annual Convention. 80
ACTE achieve 100 award updates. 266
ACTE seeks winning logo design. 359
Applying work-ready tools. Saylor, Justin 1184
Bronx School's career academy posting gains. Brief article 187
Buffalo's approach to CTE programming for students with disabilities: differentiated programs mirror the traditional certified CTE programming, but do not require industry-level proficiency exams. Heinle, Katherine M. 1159
Creative thinking: opening up a world of thought. Edgar, Don W.; Faulkner, Paula; Franklin, Ed; Knobloch, Neil A.; Morgan, Alan C. Report 2378
Financial literacy in schools. 673
Increase financial support for low-income students: this article is part of a yearlong series that will more closely examine the recommendations made in ACTE's postsecondary reform position statement and highlight best practices for implementing each of the recommendations. To access the complete position statement, visit legislative_issues/postsecondary.cfm. Hyslop, Alisha 1501
Industry leaders demand more than just technical skills. Brief article 215
International robotics competition more popular than ever. Brief article 189
Launching students into their decade of transition: freshman transition courses take career exploration and dropout prevention to new levels by helping eighth- and ninth-grade students develop 10-year career and education plans. Dedmond, Rebecca 2881
Leadership for postsecondary agriculture students. 950
Learning the real-world skills of the 21st century. Joyce, Patricia 1518
Lifelong learning through CTE. Keffeler, Colleen 537
Podcast honored by Association TRENDS. Brief article 113
Resources and Web sites dedicated to financial literacy. Brief article 301
Shaping the future: located in Maine, the city of Bath is home to just over 9,000 people and a rich, centuries-long heritage of shipbuilding. Bath is also home to the state's largest private employer, Bath Iron Works Corporation. Although the local industry demands math and science skills, local schools have recently struggled to engage and prepare students adequately. 1026
STEM, CTE integration under way to bolster workforce skills. Brief article 170
Texas State Technical College, West Texas. 708
The battle for education funding: an interview with Edward Kealy, executive director of the Committee for Education Funding. It is the largest education coalition in the United States working to secure adequate federal support for education. Interview 1205
The President's budget and its impact on Congress: should advocates be concerned that Perkins funding is being "zeroed out" of the President's budget? Baxter, Jamie 690
Time to plan a break: even if you're an administrator and you don't get the summer off, or if you're a teacher and you'll be working over the summer, you still need a vacation. Emeagwali, N. Susan 670
UW-Stout's bachelor of science in industrial management: an articulation agreement between UW-Stout and the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) allows for the transfer of up to 40 technical credits, plus appropriate general education credits, for the bachelor of science in industrial management. Dittmann, Wendy 1426
Valdosta State University partners with regional technical colleges. Ott, Kenny; Som, Yahya Mat; Martinez, Reynaldo L., Jr. 1380
Video sharing on SchoolTube. Brief article 102
When cyberspeech knocks at the schoolhouse gate: if the student's speech violated a school policy, a school district is more likely to have its discipline of the student upheld, if challenged. Hartung, Susan 2352
Wind energy technician. 362

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