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ACTEAssociation for Career and Technical Education (formerly American Vocational Association)
ACTEAssociation of Corporate Travel Executives
ACTEApproval Committee for Telecommunications
ACTEApprovals Committee for Terminal Equipment
ACTEAnodal Closure Tetanus
ACTEAqueous Cigarette Tar Extract
ACTEAdult and Career Technical Education (learning program)
ACTEAlabama Council for Technology and Education
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Educators in Action is a small army of ACTE members who volunteer their time and expertise to advocate for ACTE and CTE in their communities; write for ACTE's publications; provide input on ACTE's professional development offerings; and serve on committees, task forces and advisory groups to work toward ACTE's strategic goals.
In addition to the direct coverage ACTE receives in the media, reporters rely on the Association for background information and analysis.
* Crafted several joint membership e-blast campaigns, event pieces and membership campaigns, targeting new teachers, specific state members and ACTE event prospects
With a new law on the books, ACTE shifted gears to focus on implementation.
More and more policymakers and private industry stakeholders recognize CTE; they understand the vital importance of CTE and they are reaching out to ACTE for partnerships, information and collaboration.
All ACTE members--individual professional, retired, educational institution members, and national affiliate organizations--whose membership dues are received at ACTE headquarters by Oct.
Thirty-five percent of the individuals currently registered at the ACTE Washington, D.C.
Persistent interest in CTE from the business community has led ACTE to rethink how our Association works with employers, seeking a stronger connection that will benefit both the industry partners and our members.
According to a statement issued by Megan Costello, ACTE Deputy Executive Director, "The purpose of this event was to gather insight regarding the direction our profession is taking in Central Europe, and to provide a venue for professionals in the region to build stronger relationships with their peers.
The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) has issued a warning to its members worldwide - and to all business travellers - to limit proprietary information on laptop computers when crossing U.S.
Romano's corrected bio should read as follows; ACTE sincerely apologizes for the error: