• 2014 GACTE Award Winners
  • Senator Hardy Davis – 2014 GACTE Policy Maker Award
  • Representative Eddie Lumsden – 2014 GACTE Policy Maker Award

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CTAE is for ALL Georgia Students!

CTAE is for ALL Georgia Students! By Shivani Dhir In high school, students have access to multiple outlets for success and finally have the opportunity to decide which one is… Read more

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HSTW Summer Staff Development Conference

One City + One Week = Two Conferences for Georgia ACTE Members at a 25% DISCOUNT:   During the week of July 12-18, Georgia ACTE members will have the unique… Read more

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2015 GACTE Proposed Bylaws Changes

Please review the Bylaws changes proposed by the GACTE Bylaws Committee. These will be voted on at the 2015 GACTE Annual Business Meeting, July 13, 2015, at 4 p.m. GACTE… Read more

  • GACTE Past President Kim Orrick

    Kim Orrick | Past President

    When I joined GACTE and later chose to run for office on the board of directors, it was probably one of the best decisions I have ever made for my professional career. I gained a new appreciation of ALL Career and Technical Education. It is so rewarding to be part of an association with so many passionate educators who take great pride in their profession and all working to make a real difference in students’ lives.

    Business and Computer Science Teacher
    Seminole County High School

  • GACTE Executive Director Matthew Gambill

    Matthew Gambill | Executive Director

    My passion for CTAE began when I was a sophomore in high school. The skills I learned were invaluable and birthed within me the passion I have for CTAE teachers, students and programs. I know the benefit that our programs have on the lives of the students we teach. Our CTAE teachers are the most dedicated and hardworking individuals I have ever met and they inspire me to make sure that CTAE and GACTE are being adequately represented at the local, state and national levels. I want to ensure that GACTE is meeting the needs of our teachers while also advocating for the future of our CTAE programs.