Kari Hamric, Math Instructor at Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center, was one of five top finalists for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest. She was chosen out of 4,100 teachers and is now competing against four other teachers in the state of West Virginia.
Career Technical Education (CTE) programs are changing, evolving and innovating to better serve West Virginia's needs by preparing students to help drive our success and vitality. Further, CTE is creating an educational environment that integrates core academics with real-world relevance. CTE is transforming expectations and making a difference for students, for businesses and industry, for West Virginia and for the global community.