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Tuesday, October 23 • 11:20am - 12:20pm
Engaging Families as Partners in CTE

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Families play a critical role in supporting and guiding learners along their education and career journey, and states should make sure they are involved in decision making and vision setting for CTE. This session will draw on lessons from states’ implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and Vermont's recent statewide strategic planning to provide strategies for engaging families in CTE. Participants can expect to learn strategies to reach and communicate with families, gather appropriate input and use data to take action.

Speakers
avatar for Austin Estes

Austin Estes

Senior Policy Associate, Advance CTE
In his role as Policy Associate, Austin helps Advance CTE build a community of learning by monitoring and analyzing state policies and elevating best practices through research publications, blog posts and other state resources. He also manages the Learning that Works Resource Center... Read More →
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Jay Ramsey

State Director, Vermont Agency of Education
Jay Ramsey is the State Director for Career Technical Education at theVermont Agency of Education where he leads a team of three that isresponsible for leadership, support, and oversight of Vermont’s regionalshared-time CTE system.  Mr. Ramsey has been in the role of state directorfor... Read More →
avatar for Jessah Foulk Walker

Jessah Foulk Walker

Federal Relations Manager, Council of Chief State School Officers
Jessah Walker is the Federal Relations Manager at the Council of Chief StateSchool Officers (CCSSO), a nonpartisan, nationwide, nonprofit organization ofpublic officials who head departments of elementary and secondary educationin the states, the District of Columbia, the Department... Read More →



Tuesday October 23, 2018 11:20am - 12:20pm
Salon A

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