Become an Advocate for Technology Education!
What is an advocate?
Let’s look it up in our desktop dictionary.
1.(verb) to plead in favor of; support or urge by argument; recommend publicly.
2.(noun) a person who defends, vindicates, or espouses a cause by argument.
As a student, teacher or parent you can advocate for legislative changes that will help improve Technology Education programs in the state of Florida.Technology Education is part of a much larger group called Career and Technical Education.Technology Education students, teachers and parents are all members of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Community.The ACTE organization has an on-line resource for anyone with an involvement or interest in improving career education.
Join the CTE Community on ACTE’s website at
Complete the registration form and click “Register”
A page will appear confirming your Username and Password—retain this information for future use.
Click on the “Log-In” button in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
Log-in using your new username and password.
Check the box next to “Legislative Alert” to receive alerts, and click “Submit.” You may also subscribe to the free ACTE News.
Your registration is complete and you will receive our legislative alerts!
If you have any questions or problems with either of these processes, please contact the
ACTE Public Policy department
at 800-826-9972, or contact
advocacy manager at
to ensure you receive the valuable information our Legislative Alerts provide.
ACTE’s Online Advocacy Toolkit
The Association for Career and Technical Education has developed a toolkit for advocates like you to build relationships with policymakers, visit members of Congress and correspond with members of Congress.
Click below to link to the ACTE Online Advocacy Toolkit