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Sunday, February 3, 2013
I would like to see the impact that today's CTE programs have on students as well as on the community written in the history books. This will serve as proof that CTE is definitely needed. CTE programs not only provide students with skills necessary to obtain entry level position jobs, but it also serves to enhance the self esteem and confidence of students. This will impact their personal lives as well as make them more competent workers. There is an abundance of news articles and research that point to the fact that there is a "skill crisis" in our country. There are jobs open, but not enough skilled workers available to fill the jobs. One of the best ways to combat this crisis is through CTE, producing skilled workers to join the workforce and help strengthen our economy.