Critical Safety Considerations to Support CTE

As this edition of Techniques focuses on infra- structure in the context of career and technical education (CTE), we examine why safety needs to be embedded at the core of CTE planning to foster long-term success. Within the context of this article, infrastructure refers to “structures and resources that are mobilized by school systems to enable teachers’ efforts to provide, maintain and improve instruction” (Shirrell et al., 2019). While there are many important infrastructure components needed for high-quality CTE programs, safety is one that affects all students and instructors.

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Work Title Critical Safety Considerations to Support CTE
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  1. Tyler Love
  2. Kenneth Roy
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  1. Career and Technical Education
  2. STEM Education
  3. Laboratory Safety
  4. Liability
  5. Technology and Engineering Education
License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives)
Work Type Article
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  1. Techniques
Publication Date January 2023
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Deposited January 21, 2023

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    • As this edition of Techniques focuses on infra- structure in the context
    • of career and technical education (CTE), we ex- amine why safety needs to be embedded at the core of CTE planning to foster long-term success. Within the context of this article, infrastructure refers to “structures and resources that are mobilized by school systems to enable teachers’ efforts to provide, maintain and improve instruction” (Shirrell et al., 2019). While there are many important infrastructure components needed for high-quality CTE programs, safety is one that affects all students and instructors.
    • As this edition of Techniques focuses on infra- structure in the context of career and technical education (CTE), we examine why safety needs to be embedded at the core of CTE planning to foster long-term success. Within the context of this article, infrastructure refers to “structures and resources that are mobilized by school systems to enable teachers’ efforts to provide, maintain and improve instruction” (Shirrell et al., 2019). While there are many important infrastructure components needed for high-quality CTE programs, safety is one that affects all students and instructors.