Description

Many high-demand jobs in the United States are difficult to fill because of a trained workforce shortage. Compounding this problem are low numbers of nontraditional CTE students. Improving outcomes relies on teachers and administrators recognizing the need for gender equity in nontraditional programs. This interactive workshop will provide participants with real-life examples of gender inequity, identify Title IX violations within CTE programs that may cause or exacerbate inequities, and explore potential solutions to achieve equity.

Presenters

Amy Lorenzo
Planning and Policy Coordinator, Division of Professional-Technical Education

Karin Moscon
Civil Rights Education Specialist, Oregon Department of Education

Randall Butt
Education Consultant, Wyoming Department of Education

Deifi Stolz
Program Specialist, Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

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