New resource emphasizes how states use US rescue plan funds to rewind students through career and technical education February 25, 2022 Contact: Press Office, (202 ) 401-1576, Press@ed.gov
  • Today , the US Department of Education UU launched a new fact sheet highlighting States and school Districts are using US rescue plan funds to undertake students and improve academic learning by expanding professional education opportunities and Technique (CTE). As schools help students approach the lost instructional time, high-quality CTE programs can be a powerful tool to boost school commitment and graduation on time.

    "As our nation recovers from the pandemic, we must make sure of today's students. They are ready to meet tomorrow's needs. Investments in Education Career and Technique - programs that are checked to reed Successfully to students and prepare them for jobs on demand, they are key to that goal, "said Secretary of Education of the United States, Miguel Cardona. "The expanded roads of high school workforce can help students obtain skills and win the credentials necessary for high-growth jobs, including those who do not require a four-year college degree."

    The American rescue plan The Emergency and Secondary School Emergency Help Fund (ARP ESSER) has provided almost $ 122 billion to states and school districts to invest in K-12 schools and meet the urgent needs of schools and students as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The new fact sheet highlights examples of how states are using help funds for CTE programs in high schools as part of their work to help students and communities recover and create opportunities for students to pursue higher education and the Successful races.

    Earlier this year, the Cardona Secretary stressed the importance of making higher education more inclusive and affordable, since he presented his vision and priorities for education in America. He also stressed that students should have roads through higher education that lead to successful races. To achieve this, he called the reimagination of the connection between P-12, Higher Education and the Workforce.

    He reads more about state and local investments in CTE programs using ARP ESSER funds on the fact sheet. A new publication of the Homeroom blog for students, families and educators details how CTE programs prepare students for career roads on demand by providing opportunities for practical experiences and instructional time, much of which was interrupted Due to the challenges of Covid-19.

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