Tim Olguin, left, and Chanyeong (Chan) Park, and Sarah Hescock (lower right) on the job site. MIKE EYSTER/PHOTO
A lot has been written about Career Technical Education (CTE) recently, and with good cause. The advantages of CTE are well known.
Among them: higher graduation rates, lower cost than four-year college, graduating without debt, contributing to meeting the high demand for skilled workers, and the ability to begin earning a living wage earlier in life.
Local affordable housing developer Tim Olguin, LCC construction technology professor Paul Rea, and the students . . .