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CTE Teachers in Nebraska, Massachusetts, Virginia & More Embrace Danny’s Books


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Kate Portenier, a family and consumer sciences teachers (and SkillsUSA advisor) in Hastings, Nebraska, has found countless ways to use my two business books with her students.

Across the country, Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers are uncovering my two books on business communication — and so far give the material rave reviews.

The books:

CTE faculty at various high schools and technical centers in Virginia, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Arkansas and a dozen other states have found numerous ways to use the practical, how-to content as it pertains to career exploration and business education.

What’s more, CTE teachers across a variety of industry sectors come to the same conclusion: my books are essential for teaching employability skills no matter the job.

CTE teachers now use my books in classes like:

  • Cosmetology
  • Robotics
  • Pharmacy
  • Carpentry
  • HVAC
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Health science/nursing
  • Engineering
  • Culinary arts
  • Adult living

Listen to Kate Portenier, a family and consumer sciences teacher and SkillsUSA advisor in Hastings, Nebraska. She recognizes how both books play a role for her students and enhance the way she promotes her CTE courses to parents and students.

Ready to use the books with your own students?

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