States that act now to strengthen their career and technical education programs will set up their local economies, employers and students for long-term success. And ExcelinEd’s resources can help states do just that.
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— PIE Network (@PIEnetwork) February 6, 2020
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— Melissa Canney (@MelissaCanney) February 20, 2020
The latest @ExcelinEd blog post focuses on the #somecollegenodegree population and features the work of our partners at @LuminaFound as well as the latest issue brief in our Attainment for All series – read more here: https://t.co/r5wnshTQJo
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About the author
Clare is a writer for the Foundation for Excellence in Education. Prior to joining the Foundation’s communication team, Clare taught Spanish in her native Iowa and English in Jeju-do, South Korea. She graduated from Northwestern College with a degree in Spanish and Teaching English as a Second Language.