INRS Professional Development
Enhancing Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs: High School & Post-Secondary Collaboration
Session 1: “CTE Legislation & Direction”
Date: September 7th
In this session, we will explore the latest legislation and trends shaping CTE programs in Illinois high schools. Discover how these changes align with post-secondary programs and learn how to effectively support student success.
- High School Administrators
- Post-Secondary Program Administrators
- CTE Teachers
- Gain insights into CTE legislative updates
- Understand the synergy between high school and post-secondary CTE programs
- Learn how to optimize student success through collaborative efforts
- 1 CPDU credit will be provided for this session
The mission of the Illinois New and Related Services Affiliate is to provide leadership for its members to influence the development, delivery and promotion of quality workforce training in a diverse and changing economic, social, and technological world.
Illinois New and Related Services (INRS) is composed of Sub-Groups representing members across various fields working closely with Career and Technical Education.
Each Affiliate sub-group may establish its own constitution, bylaws, and rules of procedure, which shall be in harmony with the INRS and IACTE Constitutions.
INRS Executive Board
President – Dr. Eric Lasky
Secretary – Dr. Dana King
Treasurer – Dr. Michael Kuhn
Past-President – Michael P. Moriarty, NBCT
Instructional Materials – CTE educators who design curriculum and programming.
Policy Makers – CTE leaders including CTE school administration, CTE advocacy, and legislative organizations.
Professional Development – Educators who train CTE and support CTE instructors.
Applied Academics Instructors – Instructors who educate students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics skills in relation to a career pathway.
Research – Government and labor agencies and non-profits
Support Staff – Workforce Preparation Trainers, Apprenticeship, WIOA, School to Work, and other similar projects.
Post-Secondary – Educators who work in CTE fields at colleges and universities.
Work-Based Learning – Professionals working to provide students with authentic learning experiences in business and industry