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I spearheaded the development of a separate HSTE Division in Arkansas to address the specific needs of health science teachers.
* Supporting efforts that encourage all health science educators to join ACTE and HSTE.
With the restructuring of ACTE, the interests and needs of HSTE membership must be protected and actually better met.
By informing these businesses of the existence of HSTE they will see our programs as a source of future employees.
HSTE must continue to address articulation between secondary and post secondary programs.
* There continue to be companies supportive of HSTE. Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, Delmar and Education Technologies, Inc.
These scholarships are supported by the HSTE members through the Catherine Junge Scholarship Fund and other Division fundraising.
AS ACTE transitions toward restructuring, it is important for HSTE members to participate in dialog as well as to have representation within the Assembly of Delegates.
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