CTE


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CTE

abbr.
chronic traumatic encephalopathy
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The enrollment climb is timely as schools celebrate February as CTE Month, which Governor Rick Snyder declared as part of a national CTE awareness campaign.
Workshops and local CTE tours kicked off the conference Wednesday morning, December 6, 2017, and that evening we honored ACTE's Excellence Award winners.
Researchers studied 202 donated brains of deceased football players, since CTE can only be diagnosed after death.
The bulletins list the discussion points of each CTE meeting and presentations made before the committee by member countries on topics such as traditional medicine and biological diversity.
In this study, Hollenbeck calculated ROI based on estimates of the net impact of CTE on individuals' labor market experiences and government income supports after participating in CTE or workforce development programs.
Help spread awareness in your communities on the importance of CTE for our students and our nation's thriving economy with some of these outreach opportunities:
CTE deploys broadband DSL technology to offer high-speed Internet access in the CT and CTSI service territories.
Ultimately, both the House and Senate Appropriations Committees rejected the Administration's FY 2018 cuts and provided level funding for CTE in their respective bills.
Under the terms of the indentures for the 2003 Notes and the 2005 Notes, CTE is required to give advance notice of the "anticipated effective date" of the merger.
ACTE staff spoke with dozens of reporters for background to help them write positive stories on CTE and ACTE's policy priorities.
Upon closing of the taxable transaction, each outstanding CTE common share will receive $31.
Showcase your profession and programming this CTE Month, held annually in February to celebrate the positive impact of career and technical education (CTE) on students' lives, your communities and our nation's economy.