Career and technical education: More than just a fad? | IN 60 SECONDS

Career and technical education (CTE) seeks to offer students a path to a valued, rewarding career. AEI’s Frederick M. Hess shares hard questions raised by Tony Bennett, former Indiana schools superintendent, about what it will take for CTE to deliver on that promise.

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