Technical, Technology, STEM Education, May 2017

 
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In this issue

  • Electronic Systems Industry Workforce Update
  • Raising the Bar: State Strategies for Developing and Approving High-Quality Career Pathways
  • "Going Pro" in Michigan. State Agency's Join Resources to Promote CTE and Fill the Skills Gap
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Electronic Systems Industry Workforce Update

Electronic Systems could include just about anything that plugs in or has batteries. There are electric systems in automobiles and aircraft, and even spacecraft. But in general the term is applied to low voltage systems and subsystems installed in buildings. Not to be confused with the work done by electricians, this includes low-voltage technologies such as audio, video, control systems, security and surveillance, and the infrastructure that supports these systems - copper, fiber optics and wireless. Much of the

 

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Raising the Bar: State Strategies for Developing and Approving High-Quality Career Pathways

This report from Advance CTE examines successes in Tennessee, New Jersey, and Delaware to demonstrate how states can use the career pathways approval process to raise the level of quality across the board. Examples of strong programs of study - and career pathways, more broadly - exists in every state. Yet all to often these career pathways are islands of excellence, setting the bar for quality, but requiring further state action to ensure all students can benefit by strong career pathways. While the

 

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"Going Pro" in Michigan. State Agency's Join Resources to Promote CTE and Fill the Skills Gap

"Going Pro" is a Michigan campaign designed to elevate the perception of professional trades and to showcase opportunities in a variety of rewarding careers. A sizeable professional trades shortage exists in Michigan and is expected to continue through 2024. Professional trades will account for more than 500,000 jobs in the Michigan economy, and approximately 15,000 new job openings are expected annually in the state during that time.

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