Lawmakers should invest in what is working: Measure 98.

June 4, 2018 by

Since Measure 98 passed we have seen schools all over the state expand CTE programs, increase college exposure for high school students and implement powerful, research-based dropout prevention programs.


Building a better chicken coop – How smaller, rural districts are leading education innovation through CTE

February 26, 2018 by

Noah White and Nicholas Prendergast have a chicken coop they’d like to sell you and their pitch is compelling: this coop is state of the art – a fully-automatic abode for up to four feathered friends, with heat monitoring, pressure sensors and a buzzer system to feed and water them as needed. Batteries have not […]


Celebrating CTE Successes

February 21, 2018 by

From Jason Resch, CTE director, Stand for Children/CHSS We are more than halfway into CTE Month, and I have connected with multiple organizations where the success of CTE is in full view. Here are just a few examples of the amazing work going on across the state: The B.O.L.D Project (Building Opportunities Through Local Design) […]


Welcome Jason Resch, our new CTE director !

February 5, 2018 by

February is Career and Technical Education Month so what better way to celebrate than to introduce our latest addition to the Stand/CHSS team – Career and Technical Education Director, Jason Resch? As a CTE student, teacher, mentor and advocate, Jason’s background in this area spans the secondary and post-secondary levels. He also has considerable experience […]