Changing the Landscape of Career Readiness in Texas
Hosted by Fuel Education™ 

What does it take to develop a high-quality, student-focused, CTE program?

We invite you to join us on Thursday, November 2, 2017 at the Dallas Blended Learning Solutions Luncheon. We’ll take a firsthand look at Fuel Education CTE solutions that can be implemented in a variety of ways to fit your students’ needs, from fully online, virtual learning to blended learning in the classroom. This event will be a hands-on, interactive, and collaborative workshop to that will help you explore the needs of your career focused students.

The Forum Will Feature:

You will learn about the components and strategies necessary to develop successful CTE programs that meet the needs of a variety of students, including high school and adult learners.

Who Typically Attends:

CTE Directors, Curriculum Directors, Online and Blended Learning Directors, Technology Directors, Principals, and Superintendents. With so many options for online and blended learning, how do you determine which solutions will be the most effective for the unique needs of your district?

Featured Speakers:
  • Kacy Stith, CTE Product Manager, Fuel Education
  • Renae Abboud. Education Solutions Director, Fuel Education
About Our Speakers:
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     Kacy Stith, CTE Product Manager, Fuel Education
Kacy Stith is the Career and Technical Education Product Manager at Fuel Education. She has a Bachelor’s in Marketing and has worked in the educational industry for the past 17 years, focusing on secondary disciplines. Kacy is passionate about growing blended programs for Career and Technical Education to help reach and inspire students.

renae pic.jpg       Renae Abboud, M.Ed., Director of Education Solution Services
Renae is the Director of Education Solution Services at Fuel Education and leads a team of education specialists responsible for creating innovative and successful online and blended learning programs. Renae specializes in working with administrators through all stages of a blended learning implementation, including the strategic, design, planning and evaluation stages. She consults and partners with district leaders to implement strategies for success and drive program effectiveness. Renae is also involved with business strategies in the development of new education solutions. Before her current role at Fuel Education, Renae was a classroom teacher in Oregon and Virginia. Renae developed and established parent workshop programs and presented on various educational topics. She has published articles in community magazines and has been a guest speaker and facilitator at various blended learning workshops and conferences. Renae holds a BA in Elementary and Early Childhood Education from the University of Portland and a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from the University of Maryland.