The Perkins Act

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QUESTION #1: (2 points). The Perkins Act, now known as the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006, is one of the most influential legislations in Career and Technical education to date. Summarize the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006, including a brief introduction, benefits of the legislation, and the significance of the legislation. Contrary to what people might think, our education deserved some major changes in the ways technical education was being taught. By reading the historical and present legislation of technical education prior 1960, we end up discovering the articulation and the learning about federal technical legislation. Furthermore, it is essential to learn how this…show more content…
A posteriori, the facilitator and the learner will be motivated and optimistically result in a constructive experience for both. The economic needs of industry and social satisfaction of students in CTE continues be predominant in our current and future classroom. For the sake of a national technical education, the federal must develop the programs of study in consultation with the states and local programs, and each local receiving funding under the Act will be required to offer the relevant course of at least one program of study. To our belief, such a move will maximize the profitability of the labor workforce industry throughout the country. QUESTION #3: (2 points). Summarize one educational philosophy that you learned about from a group member's posting. How do you relate to this philosophy? Would you use it as your instructional philosophy? Why or why not? CTE Pragmatism from Samantha McElhaney is an important philosophical viewpoint that will play a major role in making decision on curriculum structure, instructional strategies, and program delivery related to career technical education. Accordingly, the philosophy of education should be pragmatic and meaningful to learning new skills and obtaining jobs. The educator and learner are both vital to the learning process in order to perform new ways that enable them to see the real world as their field of experience
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