ACE CTE Promising Practices and Tools from the Field

Build and improve your ACE CTE pedagogy by learning from others. Review and adapt artifacts – lesson plans, rubrics, surveys, reflections – communication pieces, implementation plans, and professional development materials from districts, schools, and classroom teachers. Find out how they have initiated and sustained meaningful ACE CTE programming, and how you can help students own their ACE CTE successes. This site will continue to expand as more districts share their practices.

Interested in Sharing?

Submit a Promising Practice to:
Lauren Jones
CTE Program Director of Special Populations, Counseling & Equity (Please use in Subject line: ACE CTE Promising Practice)