CTE Month® is a public awareness campaign ACTE holds each February to celebrate Career and Technical Education and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across the country.
The Smith-Hughes National Vocational Education Act of 1917 (signed February 23, 1917) was an act of the United States Congress that promoted vocational agriculture to train people "who have entered upon or who are preparing to enter upon the work of the farm," and provided federal funds for this purpose. The Smith-Hughes Act succeeded in expanding vocational education throughout the country. Subsequent federal laws extended and expanded aid for vocational education.
Hoke Smith (1855-1931)
Hoke Smith, a trial attorney and publisher of the Atlanta Journal, was most influential as the leader of Georgia's Progressive movement during his years as governor (1907-9, 1911) and as a U.S. senator (1911-21).
Dudley Mays Hughes (October 10, 1848 – January 20, 1927) was a politician, farmer and railroad executive.
NEW & IMPROVED DB LOGIN!!!
You can now access any of the research databases off-campus (or via campus Wi-Fi) by clicking any of the links in the Libguides. Simply enter your NPC username and password when prompted. Use the same username/password that you use to log into Blackboard or the campus network.
If you have any problems or questions, please ask a librarian.