New standards could improve career technical education (PA)

Administrators at Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology said they’re always looking to be on the forefront of providing the real world with career-ready employees.

That’s why they’re going to review a set of proposed enhanced standards with their board, committee members and stakeholders to make sure the recommendations are met in a way that benefits the student and the employer.

It was sparked in late November when two state representatives announced they have been working on a set of standards to help improve career technical education and job preparedness.

 It’s a way to “better develop future generations for the workforce, which will serve to improve Pennsylvania’s economy,” state Rep. Seth Grove, R-York, said.
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