On April 4, Scott Cheney will address leaders of state offices of career and technical education (CTE) during this year’s Advance CTE Spring Conference in Washington, DC. Each year, Advance CTE convenes their members and end experts in the education and workforce community to discuss innovative policies and programs in CTE. This year, Cheney will be among the experts chosen to share how Credential Engine can be a best practice tool for the CTE community.
During his session, Cheney will be joined by Gardner Carrick from the Manufacturing Institute to discuss the role of data in credential quality. While Carrick will address the Manufacturing Institute’s National Student Clearinghouse data matching project, Cheney will introduce listeners to the tools and services Credential Engine provides that will help these state leaders better serve students and meet workforce needs.
To learn more about this event, please visit Advance CTE’s event site, here.