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Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education Featured in GeorgiaTrend

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More than 20,000 students are supplementing their core classes with hands-on preparation for the workplace thanks to 37 college and career academies throughout Georgia. These academies emphasize work-based learning and technical training for a seamless transition into the workforce. "We encourage our members and teachers to have a robust business and industry advisory council to offer feedback on the curriculum," says Matthew Gambill, Executive Director of the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education (GACTE). "We want to make sure teachers and the GACTE members are aware of the big world of commerce outside the classroom." Read the GeorgiaTrend article in its entirety here.

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