Career and Technical Education Leadership Connections: A Guide to Effective Working Relationships

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The foundation of a successful CTE program starts with local leadership. The purpose of this guidebook is to share ideas and practical examples of “promising practices” that CTC leadership stakeholders can implement to improve their working relationships. These practices include: (1) Open, transparent, ongoing communication; (2) Sharing resources (financial, programmatic, etc.) ? Collaborative approaches to challenges; (3) Flexibility and coordination; and, (4)? Common understanding of purpose and goal for the CTC.
 Although the focus of this guidebook is on sharing promising practices rather than legal and statutory requirements, it begins with a brief overview of career and technical education in Pennsylvania and the respective responsibilities of the CTC director, JOC, and superintendents.
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