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The iCEV CTE Blog

The latest ideas, tips, strategies and trends for CTE teachers and administrators.

Emma Stanton

Emma plays a critical role in facilitating communication between valued educators and AES, daily. It's paramount for her to understand the needs and perspective of our teachers to ensure our mutual success, and add value wherever possible.

Health Science | Textbooks

By: Emma Stanton
October 5th, 2022

Did your health science program just add a new course for dental assisting? Or are you looking to update your current dental assistant curriculum?

National Health Science Assessment | NCHSE | National Health Science Standards

By: Emma Stanton
August 17th, 2022

Are you new to teaching CTE health science classes? If so, you’re probably looking for direction on what topics to teach and how to organize your syllabus.


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Business Education

By: Emma Stanton
June 8th, 2022

FBLA, officially known as Future Business Leaders of America, is the high school division of a career and technical student organization (CTSO) dedicated to preparing students for careers in business.

Digital Citizenship | Middle School

By: Emma Stanton
January 3rd, 2022

At Applied Educational Systems, we work with thousands of middle school teachers who need to educate their students to use technology effectively and appropriately.

Business Education | Entrepreneurship | Student Engagement

By: Emma Stanton
December 6th, 2021

High school business education teachers have an interesting mix of courses to teach.

Career Readiness | Middle School

By: Emma Stanton
July 29th, 2021

Are you scrambling to find career readiness lesson plans and activities to teach your classes? While we provide a career readiness curriculum as part of Business&ITCenter21, some teachers are looking for supplemental lesson plans they can use in their classrooms. A common resource we hear about from middle school teachers like you is Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF).