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The 2014 conference committee invites proposals for conference sessions supporting the theme, "Celebrating the Past -- Mapping the Future." Proposals for breakout sessions are being accepted through April 30, 2014.
Link to Call for Proposal
The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) publishes Techniques, an award-winning magazine, eight times a year, that brings all members news about legislation affecting career and technical education, in-depth features on issues and programs, profiles of educators and other newsmakers, notices of new products, ACTE events and more. In two recent editions, Techniques featured two articles about the National Health Science Assessment, the premier end-of-program assessment offered by the National Consortium for Health Science Education.
Student Success, Step by Step - The National Health Science Assessment measures student mastery of basic skills and knowledge that workers in all aspects of the health industry need to know. This article offers a step-by-step strategy recommended for achieving student success. (September 2013)
NCHSE Annual Board Meeting Summary
The National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE) Board of Directors held the 2014 Annual Board meeting in sunny Santa Barbara, California, January 29-30.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Data Standards for Workforce Credentials
A newly formed coalition of 20 states is trying to create joint data standards and data sharing agreements for non-degree credentials, like industry certifications. While demand is high for these credentials, data is scarce on whether students are able to meet industry-specified competencies.
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Enhanced Questions on the National Health Science Assessment
NCHSE wants to ensure that health science educators are aware of improvements made to the 2013-24 National Health Science Assessments . . .
Tuesday, November 26, 2013