Throughout the year, college-bound students are busy preparing for the ACT® and SAT® college entrance exams.
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The importance of such opportunities has filtered down to the high school level for both college-bound students and those who will be directly entering the workforce after graduation—especially those participating in a career and technical education (CTE) program. Understanding work experience can be the difference in success for a student.
"Soft skills" go beyond standard classroom studies; they are college- and career-readiness skills that are interpersonal in nature, which include personal qualities, characteristics, and attitudes. Here are five soft skills that are key to a great college experience.
Let's take a look at two different delivery methods for utilizing online programs for CTE—blended learning and virtual learning—and weigh the pros, cons, considerations, and use cases for each. Remember, it’s always a possibility to utilize both of these models concurrently in your CTE program!