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Wednesday, April 4 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Developing a State Framework for High-quality Work-based Learning

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As participation in high school and college work-based learning experiences grows, state and national policymakers are left to consider their role in ensuring quality work-based learning. This session will examine how states can develop, implement and evaluate rigorous standards for work-based learning, drawing on lessons from Utah, the National Governors Association's work-based learning policy academy and Advance CTE's Connecting the Classroom to Careers series.

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Kimberly Hauge

Senior Policy Analyst, Economic Opportunity Division, National Governors Association
Kimberly Hauge serves as a senior policy analyst for the Economic Opportunity Division of the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, where she works to identify and promote innovative policy and practice in developing a talent pipeline of skilled workers. Her key... Read More →
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Thalea Longhurst

Director, Career & Technical Education, Utah State Board of Education
Thalea Longhurst is the State Director of Career and Technical Education for Utah.  She is responsible foradministering all aspects of the career and technical education programs offered throughout Utah in public education (K-12).  Thalea is also responsible to provide leadership... Read More →
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Andrea Zimmermann

Senior Associate, Member Engagement & Leadership Development, Advance CTE
Andrea Zimmermann is the Senior Associate for Member Engagement and Leadership Development at Advance CTE. She is responsible for coordinating outreach and engagement with Advance CTE members, ensuring the organization is anticipating and meeting members’ needs, and helping to advance... Read More →

Wednesday April 4, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm

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