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Career and Technical Education Spotlight

  • Partner Spotlight: Manufacturing Day

    The month of October is filled with lots of firsts for the CTE Department! As we continue to move forward with academic programming, the department and its industry partners collaborated on its first virtual event to showcase and highlight the Manufacturing career cluster.

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  • Student Spotlight: Edie Setnick Advances to Semi-Finals in National NFTE Competition

    Congratulations to Edie Setnick, 8th grader at Longfellow Career Exploration Academy. Edie advanced to the Semi-Finals in the NFTE National Youth Entrepreneurship Competition on Thursday, October 22, 2020.

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  • Teacher Spotlight: Leading the Way in Pilot Programs

    Latonia M. Atkins is the Lead Teacher for the Academy of Finance at Skyline High School. She currently teaches Accounting and Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance within the NAF finance academy. Prior to teaching, she received both her BA in Business and a Masters in Teaching from Delta State University in Cleveland, MS.

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  • Partner Spotlight: Branden Williams

    Branden Williams is the Founder and Executive Director of Seeds to STEM (STS), a nonprofit that works to evaluate, educate, and develop students in STEM-related fields. His organization serves more than 300 students annually through partnerships, including a new one with Dallas ISD Career and Technical Education.

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  • Partner and Student Spotlight: Virtual Internships

    When the ramifications of COVID-19 changed their education plans, several of our partners stepped up to offer virtual internships for our students. Dallas Innovates wrote an article highlighting the work and dedication of both Dallas ISD CTE students and our Industry Partners.

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  • Partner Spotlight: Nora O'Garro

    Nora’s desire to start ACAP through the DFW Professional Chapter of NABA rose from a desire to help minority high school students, especially in Dallas ISD Career and Technical Education (CTE), to reach their potential through a career in accounting and related fields.

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