Technical, Technology, STEM Education, February 2017

 
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In this issue

  • California Community College System is Changing the Way We Look at Professional Training.
  • CTE Month - 2017 Marks 100th Anniversary of the Smith-Hughes Act 
  • Boeing Engineers Create STEM Activities to Challenge and Inspire Students
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California Community College System is Changing the Way We Look at Professional Training

California has dramatically increased resources to its system of community colleges, and industries throughout the state are gaining new ground, as a result of the systems focus on the "New World of Work." More than 113 institutions, serving over 1 million students make up the California Community Colleges System, which has made great gains in public funding. The budget has increased to nearly $1.2 Billion, a trend that

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CTE Month - 2017 Marks the 100th Anniversary of the Smith-Hughes Act

The year 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Hughes Act, the first act of Congress to provide funding for career and technical education. Career and Technical organizations across the nation, plan to celebrate the landmark occasion throughout February, during National Career and Technical Education Month, "Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow."  The most important role of our education

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Boeing Engineers Create STEM Activities to Challenge and Inspire Students

Boeing, Iridescent's Curiosity Machine, PBS Learning Media and the Teaching Channel have produced a collection of educational materials and tutorials that children can use to engineer an airfoil, find alternative energy sources and design their own satellite, among dozens of other activities. The activities are intended to develop skills such as the ability to think critically, collaborate and communicate effectively. Boeing engineers worked side-by-side with its partners to develop lesson plans, documentaries and hands-on activities that break down complicated concepts into easy-to-digest resources. All materials

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