Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Teaching & Learning
The Oregon Statewide CTE Network remains the foundation for CTE system building in Oregon. The Network is comprised of secondary administrators, CTE regional coordinators, community college deans and dual credit coordinators, along with other related school, college and state staff. The fifty-plus member network has allowed for discussion and professional development to improve CTE instruction and support for Oregon’s students. It has also provided a multi–faceted communication link across the state.
The Network is comprised of three distinct groups:
CTE Regional Coordinators and Secondary CTE Leaders
Dual Credit Coordinators
Community College Leaders
These groups meet separately over a two day period and then come together for the full Statewide CTE Network meeting.
2013-2014 CTE Staff List (ODE & CCWD)
2013-2014 Regional Coordinators @ a Glance
2013-2014 Dual Credit Regional Coordinators
2013-2014 Regional CTE Contacts
2013-2014 CC CTE Leaders @ a Glance
CTE Network Meeting Dates
SAVE THE DATE!!!
The next CTE Network meeting has been scheduled for August 7 & 8, at Umpqua Community College. Look for details here in the coming months.
CTE Statewide Communication Team Meeting Schedule
CTE Community College Leaders Meeting Schedule
CTE Regional Coordinator Meeting Schedule
April CTE Network Subgroup Meetings
CTE Regional Coordinator Meeting - April 8 - Agenda
Community College CTE Leader Meeting - April 9 - Agenda
February 5, 2014 - CTE Network Meeting
The following materials are from the February 5, 2014 meeting:
CTE Network Meeting, 2-5-14, Agenda
CTE Regional Coordinator/Secondary Agenda
CTE Community College Leaders Agenda
Dual Credit Coodinator Meeting Agenda
What is the CTE Network
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