Our students deserve the opportunity access the education and training they need to be successful in a meaningful career that offers financial security and self-sufficiency while also ensuring that our economy has the well-prepared talent it needs to thrive.
That’s why Superintendent Hoffman has made career and technical education a top priority during her time in office.
Supt. Hoffman chairs the Career and Technical Education Quality Commission which helps to align coursework to the current workforce needs. With Supt. Hoffman’s leadership, the Commission helps ensure there are pathways for high school students to achieve credentials that are recognized by industry
Supt. Hoffman’s dedication to ensuring students graduate ready for the workforce is why she was named the 2021 Policy Maker of the Year by the Association for Career Technical Education of Arizona.
In her second term, Supt. Hoffman will continue to prioritize ensuring that Arizona students graduate college and career ready.
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