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Guest Opinion: CTE Month -- Celebrating education that leads to workforce development

By Larry Lundblad, Minnesota State College Southeast Interim President

February is Career and Technical Education Month. Career and technical education provides student learners of all ages the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to be successful on the job and in their careers.

At Minnesota State College Southeast, CTE is one of our top priorities, and we are proud of the contributions our CTE instructors and high school partners are making to improve the lives of our students and the economy of our region....

Winona Post - March 4, 2019
http://www.winonapost.com/Archives/ArticleID/63152/Guest-Opinion-CTE-Month--Celebrating-education-that-leads-to-workforce-development

Republican Eagle - Feb 27, 2019
https://www.republican-eagle.com/opinion/columns/4576826-viewpoint-celebrate-education-leads-workforce-development


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