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There is a mobile app this year instead of a paper program. CACTE is using “HelloCrowd”, so many of you are familiar with it from CTSO conferences. It will allow us to make announcements in real time, save trees and save money. BEFORE ARRIVING AT THE EMBASSY SUITES IN LOVELAND, PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE HELLOCROWD APP and the 2019 CACTE CAREERTECH SUMMIT EVENT! As with the paper schedule, there are still some tweaks being made to the mobile app, but the basics are there now. 🙂 Thanks for your patience as we learn yet another new program!
If you like to have a paper schedule, please print this schedule for yourself. Personally, I’d wait until July 12 – there are still a few tweaks being made, but this is the schedule as it sits on 7/7/19!
CLICK HERE for basic CareerTech Summit schedule.
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There is a hybrid method of voting this year. For those members not attending the 2019 CACTE CareerTech Summit or wishing to vote ahead of time, you can vote online (CACTE website) July 1-12. For those members attending the Summit and not voting online, you can vote in person Monday 7/15 all day or Tuesday 7/16 until noon. BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR ACTE/CACTE MEMBER ID NUMBER HANDY in order to vote! 🙂
CACTE OFFICER CANDIDATES
PRESIDENT: Jessica Teal – see candidate info on ballot and 2nd post down from here
SECRETARY: Nat Sobin – see candidate info on ballot and 2nd post down from here
PROPOSED BYLAWS REVISIONS
See proposed bylaws revisions on ballot and 3rd post down from here.
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There will be a hybrid method of voting this year. For those members not attending the 2019 CACTE CareerTech Summit or wishing to vote ahead of time, you can vote online (CACTE website) beginning July 1. For those members attending the Summit, you can vote in person Monday all day or Tuesday until noon. BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR MEMBER ID NUMBER HANDY in order to vote! 🙂
Nominee for PRESIDENT-ELECT: Jessica Teal
Three Year Term – president-elect, president, past president: 2019-2022
BRIEF BIO: Jessica Teal graduated Cum Laude from Colorado State University in the Spring of 2016. Teal just completed her third year as a Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher at Windsor High School, where she taught a plethora of FCS courses such as Fashion Design, Interior Design, Child and Adolescent Development, Relationships, and Life Management. Jessica became involved in FCCLA as Chapter President in high school through her FCS courses and continues to help students get involved in FCCLA at the local and district level. Currently serving as the CATFACS Division President, Jessica is eager to transfer her leadership skills to CACTE as a whole. Prior to servings on the CATFACS Executive Board, Jessica also served as the Secretary and Membership Chair. Outside of school, Jessica enjoys attending conferences geared toward innovation and technology, sewing, spending time with friends and family, attending concerts, traveling, and crafting new projects.
COMMITMENT TO CACTE’S MISSION
- As CACTE President-Elect, I would create a system for divisions to nominate their peers for their great work, share this with the membership committee and post to social media.
- Collaborate with division leadership to schedule time to meet with their boards once during the year to open communication, share leadership opportunities, and support needs.
- Work with Dawn Mallette to present and promote the importance of professional organizations (CACTE) to CSU students in Methods Class.
Professional Leadership Development
- As CACTE President-Elect, I would promote a volunteer mentorship program among divisions for newer teachers in the profession for instructional support/leadership support through board positions and ways to get involved. This could also support divisions who are in need of leadership and make it a priority to help the find leaders within their divisions.
- Work with Summit Assistant to reach out to vendors as strategic partners within CACTE conference. I would highlight apprenticeship resources such as Career Wise and other work-based learning opportunities as strategic partners.
- As CACTE President-Elect, I promote best practices as PD components at CACTE CareerTech Summit to promote opportunities for cross curricular connections, communications with strategic partners, industry professionals, etc.
- Promote industry connections at CACTE conference and other PD offerings to encourage involvement of industry within our division classrooms and support CTSO projects within the classroom. I have used industry professionals as evaluator panels for projects within Interior Design (Catering Kitchen Remodel) and Fashion (Virtual Blogging with Industry) and Design A Line, etc.
Advocacy and Awareness
- Help strengthen the connection between research, community partners, and instructional practice.
- Develop newsletters to legislators on CACTE and division happenings.
- As CACTE President-Elect, I would work to strengthen the legislative committee to nominate individuals within each division to identify legislation and make important decisions reflecting our voices and needs as an association. In addition to this, promoting a letter writing campaign from divisions to legislators during CTE week.
Nominee for SECRETARY: Nat Sobin
Two Year Term: 2019-2021
BRIEF BIO: Nathaniel (Nat) Sobin is a CTE Instructor and Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Grant Project Director in Widefield School District 3 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Nat’s background is in engineering where he has practiced as a structural engineer prior to his career in STEM education. Nat received his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2013 and is a licensed professional engineer (PE) in the state of Colorado. Nat has taught a variety of CTE-STEM
courses over his teaching career and continually works to develop and grow a “K through NASA”
approach to STEM education and 21st century technology skills for all. He is also an active, voting
member on the Engineering and Technology Education (ETED) division policy board of ACTE.
COMMITMENT TO CACTE’S MISSION
I believe that I am a good candidate for CACTE Secretary in that I have been intimately involved with CTE
at the local level for several years and am now more involved at the national level. Moreover, I believe
in the mission and purpose of CTE and have seen the good it brings to school districts and students. In
my time with CTE I have taught a wide variety of CTE courses (exclusively) for 5 years, developed CTE
CTSOs from the ground up at my school and have brought them to competition for multiple years, have
participated in the CCCS curriculum development project team for STEM/CTE under the direction of
former CCCS STEM, Arts and IT Director David Barnes at the state level and have now become an active
member of ACTE where I am now a voting member of the Engineering and Technology Education
Division (ETED) Policy Board. I have a passion for CTE and specifically for the STEM field where I am a
believer and evangelist for the “K through NASA” approach to STEM education. I believe that well
aligned programs, courses, and people can continually ameliorate the STEM education process, making
it more accessible to all students as a requisite 21st century skillset, regardless of their chosen career
path (an interdisciplinary approach). I would like to get the chance to share this mindset, methodology
and knowledge base at the state level as well via a CACTE Board affiliation. I believe that the Secretary
position would be a good starting point for me to begin my CACTE Board affiliation and to make a
lasting, positive contribution to this organization.
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You may recall that a major revision of the CACTE Bylaws was approved by the membership at the 2019 CACTE Annual Business Meeting. As with any living document, a few “oops” items were discovered during the year. These proposed Bylaws changes aim to redeem those “oops” items. The CACTE Board voted unanimously to recommend these Bylaws changes to the membership.
You can reference a copy of the current CACTE bylaws HERE! Voting on the proposed Bylaws changes will also happen in a hybrid method. For those members not attending the 2019 CACTE CareerTech Summit or wishing to vote ahead of time, you can vote online (CACTE website) beginning July 1. For those members attending the Summit, you can vote in person Monday all day or Tuesday until noon. BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR MEMBER ID NUMBER HANDY in order to vote! 🙂
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED BYLAWS CHANGES TO CACTE BYLAWS
Article V, Section 3 – OFFICERS, Vacancy
- Add a sentence “If the office of President becomes vacant, the President-Elect serves as Acting President for the remainder of the President’s term. The person would then serve his/her own year as President.”
- RATIONALE: Bylaws told what to do for all officer vacancies except President – oops!
Article VI – ELIGILIBITY, NOMATIONS & ELECTIONS
- Delete “E” regarding candidates for President-Elect needing to be from a different division than current President-Elect
- Re-letter F and G to E and F
- RATIONALE: ACTE used to have same statement in bylaws; removed because felt that experience on Board was most important; this statement can leave CACTE without a president-elect candidate, even if a qualified person is willing to step up
Article VIII, Section 2 – BOARD, Composition
- Change first sentence to read “The Board shall consist of the CACTE officers, Division Presidents, Division Presidents-Elect and the chairs of CACTE committees.”
- Add additional sentence “If a committee chair is unable to attend a meeting, he/she may select a representative from the committee as a proxy.
- RATIONALE: Board needs to be apprised of committee work; hard to do without committee chairs as part of Board; many other state associations use this model.
Article IX, Section 3 – COMMITTEES, Operation
- Move current 3B to 3C
- Insert new 3B to read “CACTE Committee chairs shall serve as voting members of the CACTE Board.”
- RATIONALE: Carries through with CACTE committee chairs serving on the Board.
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There are some great opportunities for “deep dives” into topics helpful to all CTE educators. If you haven’t registered for the CACTE CareerTech Summit yet, be sure to click on the blue professional development link when you see it. If you’ve already registered, it’s easy to add a PD session – just go to the registration website, click on “edit registration”, click on the blue professional development link and add your choice. Check out the titles below and click on “Learn More” to learn more… 😉
NEW!!! Apple at Work: Get Students Career Ready with iPad – 8:30 – 12:00 – $25 – Mobile technology is driving transformation across all industries. This transformation is redefining what career readiness means and generating a shift in the skills students need to be successful. Businesses around the world are using Apple products to help employees work more simply and productively, solve problems creatively, and collaborate with a shared purpose. They know that when people have the power to work the way they want, with the tools they love, they can do their best work and change the future of their business.
In this workshop you’ll get hands-on with built-in features of iPad and advanced technologies like augmented reality that support students in learning the skills necessary for in-demand careers. You’ll also work with powerful apps that help students build creative skills in any career pathway.
NEW!!! Apple, Inc presents: Everyone Can Code! – 1:00 – 4:00 – $25 – We believe that coding is an essential skill for helping students thrive in a technology-driven future. Learning to code unlocks creativity, develops problem-solving skills, and opens career paths.
Join us to learn about Everyone Can Code, the free comprehensive curriculum that makes it easy to teach coding to students from kindergarten to college. With teacher guides and lessons, you can introduce coding concepts visually on iPad in elementary school, move to writing code with the Swift Playgrounds app in middle school, and support students in building iOS apps on Mac with Xcode in high school and beyond. So whether your students are first-time coders or aspiring app developers, you’ll have all the tools you need to teach coding in your classroom.
In this workshop, you’ll:• Experience programming in Swift Playgrounds, a revolutionary app for iPad that makes getting started with coding fun and interactive.• Explore lesson plans and teacher guides designed to bring coding into the K–8 classroom.• Learn about App Development with Swift, a high school and college curriculum for Mac that teaches students how to create apps from start to finish, and AP® Computer Science Principles with Swift, a yearlong Advanced Placement® course for beginning programmers.• Learn why Swift is the best language for teaching and learning coding, as well as for developing powerful apps.
True Colors – all day – $95 – includes lunch – ever wonder why you and “that certain person” just can’t get along? Maybe you are gold and that person is orange – if you understand what that means, you can draw on each others’ strengths! Applicable in both the professional and personal realms.
Google for Education Crash Course – 1-4 pm – $50 – Learn how to make technology your friend and make your life easier! Mary Mullikin and Sahvanna Mease are Google certified educators who will help you learn to use the Google Apps to your advantage.
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2019 CACTE CareerTech Summit: Educate, Advocate, Lead!
July 14-18, 2019 at the Embassy Suites in Loveland, CO
7/10/19: ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!!! IF YOU WANT TO ATTEND THE SUMMIT, YOU’LL NEED TO “WALK IN” ON SUNDAY EVENING(5-8 PM) OR MONDAY MORNING (7:15 AM). COST IS $685 AND THERE MAY NOT BE MEALS FOR YOU.
5/13/19 The CACTE room block at the Embassy Suites is sold out for Monday and Tuesday nights as of today. Please CLICK HERE for overflow hotels. CACTE does not have a special rate at any of these hotels, but they are nearby for your convenience.
See the schedule for the 2019 CACTE CareerTech Summit on that page under “EDUCATE” on the website or by clicking here. 🙂 Hopefully a more detailed schedule (pdf) will be posted by the end of June. We will be using a mobile app this year, rather than printing a program. If you want paper, you’ll need to print the pdf from the website once it becomes available. Advantages of an app: easier to make changes as they occur, saves trees, less expensive for CACTE which means your registration cost doesn’t have to increase as much, and what can you add?
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!!! Please read this info first, then CLICK HERE FOR REG SITE!
Thank you for your patience as we worked to get the kinks out of the “new to us” registration system. We are using a less expensive site this year – lots of you are familiar with it from CTSO conference registrations. And you can register more than one person at a time – yay! 🙂
Remember that the regular MEMBER rate (starting May 16) is for current MEMBERS ONLY. Don’t know if you are an ACTE/CACTE member? Do you receive Techniques magazine from ACTE? Then you are a member and your member # is on the mailing label. Still not sure? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about your membership status. HINT FROM DEBBIE: I keep my prof assn membership numbers in my phone contacts for future reference. 😉
- 3/18 – 5/15 Early Bird MEMBER Rate applies
- 3/18 – 7/8 Nonmember rate applies
- 5/16 – 7/8 Regular MEMBER rate applies
- by 5/31 All hotel reservations made by using the CACTE Embassy Suites website HERE
- 7/9 – 7/17 Walk in rate applies
- 7/10 Payments should be received by CACTE
The CACTE CareerTech Summit is an integral component of your overall professional learning plan with a format created to meet individual professional development needs and align with strategic-improvement plans. You will accomplish more by taking full advantage of a wide range of general CTE sessions, division-planned professional development, and time for networking with business and industry, all focused on what you need to succeed in your program, your institution and your community. You don’t want to miss this opportunity!
At the CACTE CareerTech Summit, you will:
- Hear from nationally known speakers
- Connect with your colleagues and leaders in Colorado CTE
- Mingle with CTSO state officers
- Experience firsthand the exciting future of CTE across Colorado
- Form beneficial new partnerships with the business and industry sector
- Energize your program by using what you learn to positively impact your students’ success
Your Summit registration cost includes lunches on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, along w afternoon snack breaks and morning coffee/tea.
|CACTE CareerTech SUMMIT REGISTRATION RATES|
|Early Bird MEMBER reg rate (thru 5/15)||$425|
|Early Bird MEMBER reg rate + 1 yr renewal (thru 5/15)||$575|
|MEMBER reg rate (5/16-7/8)||$475|
|MEMBER reg rate + 1 yr renewal (5/16-7/8)||$625|
|Nonmember reg rate||$595|
|Nonmember reg rate + 1 yr ACTE/CACTE membership||$745|
|RETIRED MEMBER reg rate||$330|
|Postsecondary Student in CTE Education program||$150|
|Walk-in Full Conference rate (7/14-7/17)||$685|
Please read about the Professional Development Opportunities available on Thursday 7/18, including the CTE Credentialing Session, HERE on the website BEFORE entering the registration site – there are few details on the reg site itself. The CTE Credentialing Session is for teachers and counselors needing to move from an initial to professional CTE Credential. If you are interested in a CTE Director Credential, stay tuned for the CACTA (Administrators) Conference in early February!
Graduate credit from CSU is available (at additional cost) through the CCCS Professional Development CTE Common Checklist. Please go to http://coloradostateplan.com/educator/cte-professional-development-credit/for more information.
5/13/19 The CACTE room block at the Embassy Suites is sold out for Monday and Tuesday nights as of today. Please CLICK HERE for overflow hotels. CACTE does not have a special rate at any of these hotels, but they are nearby for your convenience.
It’s an odd-numbered year, so we are at the Embassy Suites in Loveland, CO, a familiar and comfortable place for CACTE Summit attendees. CLICK HERE to make your reservations, preferably by May 31. Rates include breakfast, the manager’s reception and wifi in your sleeping room. PLEASE PLAN TO PROVIDE THE HOTEL WITH A COPY OF YOUR TAX EXEMPT FORM PRIOR TO CHECK IN, IF YOU PLAN TO USE IT. If you call the hotel to make reservations, be sure to mention CACTE to receive these rates! Conference rates are as follows:
- Single, $149 per night
- Double, $149 per night
- Triple, $164 per night
- Quad, $179 per night
Embassy Suites address: 4705 Clydesdale Parkway, Loveland
The 2019 CACTE CareerTech Summit: “Educate, Advocate, Lead” is where you want to be July 14-18!
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Colorado ACTE is honored to have two ACTE Postsecondary Leadership Success Fellows and one ECMC Foundation Postsecondary CTE Research Fellow among its members! Congratulations to these 3 and best wishes on your journey throughout your fellowships! We look forward to learning more about your experiences.
POSTSECONDARY LEADERSHIP SUCCESS FELLOWS
ACTE announced its inaugural class of 20 fellows for its 2019 Postsecondary Leadership Success Program at ACTE – Sponsored by the ECMC Foundation (PLSP-ECMCF). The PLSP-ECMCF will support current and aspiring leaders in career and technical education (CTE). The goal is to provide professional and career growth opportunities to the next generation of leaders at nonprofits and postsecondary institutions offering CTE programs.
Georgia Reagan, Emily Griffith Technical College
Reagan is the Manager of Admissions, Recruitment, Concurrent Enrollment and Testing at Emily Griffith Technical College in Denver, Colorado. Georgia is passionate about educational equity and access, college persistence and success, and workforce education. She has eight years of experience in non-profit K12 and postsecondary institutions, and continues to fight for equitable education and job opportunities for all students. She received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Spanish from The University of Alabama and her Master’s of Arts in Hispanic Studies from Louisiana State University.
Claire van der Plas, Colorado Mountain College, Leadville
Van der Plas is an Assistant Dean of Instruction at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville, CO. The CTE programs she oversees makes the most of the campus’ unique location and resources by offering programs like Ski Area Operations, Natural Resource Management, Avalanche Science and Geographic Information Systems, in addition to programs like Welding, Electricity and Culinary Arts. Claire has an MFA in Painting from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and a BA in Political Science from University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
POSTSECONDARY RESEARCH FELLOW
Sixteen research fellows from institutions across the nation have been selected to participate in the CTE Research Program at North Carolina State University–Sponsored by ECMC Foundation. Known as ECMC Foundation Fellows, the researchers selected for this program will participate in two training institutes, webinars on research methods, and a convening focusing on postsecondary CTE. All fellows will complete a research project focusing on postsecondary CTE and address topics including student success, labor market outcomes, business and industry partnerships, work-based learning, apprenticeships, transfer success, completion, and equity. Fellows will also explore other larger societal problems such as how it is less likely for some groups to participate in CTE and have economic mobility. Each research fellow will be paired with a leading CTE researcher to serve as a mentor to support their research during this year-long experience. At the end of the program, fellows will submit the work from their projects for presentation and publication.
Linda Van Doren, Emily Griffith Technical College
Linda Van Doren is the Director of Instruction and she has over 20 years of experience as a classroom teacher, curriculum developer, teacher trainer, and administrator, and has worked with English language learners, middle, secondary and postsecondary CTE students both in the US and abroad. She serves on multiple committees that support strong CTE and workforce education initiatives and alignment statewide and nationally. Linda is a doctoral student in the Leadership for Educational Equity program at the University of Colorado, Denver, and her research area is on postsecondary CTE instructor credentialing in Colorado. She earned her Master’s Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and her Bachelor’s Degree in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures and Social Studies Education at New York University. Click HERE to see full press release.
Project. Colorado has a tremendous need to hire qualified CTE teachers as the state struggles to fill its talent pipeline during this period of economic growth and historically low unemployment. Currently the state provides a pathway to teacher credentialing that has not been examined for its effectiveness in leading to desired outcomes. The study will examine Colorado’s postsecondary CTE faculty credentialing process in partnership with the Colorado Community College System Office of Career and Technical Education.
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Tuesday, January 15 was a big day for CTE in the news and at the Capitol! CACTE member Eric Ward testified in support of HB 19-1008 before the House Education Committee. The bill addresses including CTE new facilities/equipment in the use of BEST funds.
And CACTE members Scott Burke, instructor, and Shelley Goerdt, Jeffco CTE Coordinator, made a News 4 Denver story happen with about 3 hours notice! News 4 Political reporter, Shaun Boyd wanted to visit a Skilled Trades class as she was covering HB 19-1008. CACTE connected her to the Geometry in Construction class at Green Mountain High School. Scott’s students did a fabulous job of illustrating why #CTE works wonders, talking about the specific and transferable skills they are learning by building a house for Habitat for Humanity! Here is the link to the story: https://denver.cbslocal.com/2019/01/16/shop-class-state-legislature-green-mountain/
Way to go, Colorado ACTE!
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Congratulations to the CACTE Excellence Awards Recipients for 2018! It was thrilling to be able to honor all nine individuals in person at the CACTE Awards Presentation. Thank you to all who nominated and wrote recommendation letters for these deserving honorees.
From L to R: S Mease, H DeBerard, J Caldwell, C Runyan, M Batch, D Rivkin, R Van Dyke, E Vaughan and L Jones Austin
OUSTANDING CTE STUDENT-SECONDARY – Daniel Rivkin (TSA) Read more about Daniel: Rivkin.Daniel.CACTE.2018
CTE EXEMPLARY ALUMNI AWARD – Hayley DeBerard (TSA) Read more about Hayley: DeBerard.Hayley.CACTE.2018
CTE NEW TEACHER OF THE YEAR – Sahvanna Mease Read more about Sahvanna: Mease.Sahvanna.CACTE.2018
CTE TEACHER OF THE YEAR – Christina Runyan Read more about Christina: Runyan.Christina.CACTE.2018
CTE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE YEAR – Jaimie Caldwell Read more about Jaimie: Caldwell.Jaimie.CACTE.2018
CAREER GUIDANCE AWARD – Lauren Jones Austin Read more about Lauren: JonesAustin.Lauren.CACTE.2018
OUSTANDING SERVICE BY A MEMBER – Robert Van Dyke Read more about Robert: VanDyke.Robert.CACTE.2018
The ACTE/CACTE award recipients’ nominations will be sent on to the Region V Awards, to be presented at the Region V conference in Bozeman, MT in April. Those include CTE New Teacher of the Year, CTE Teacher of the Year, CTE Administrator of the Year and the Career Guidance Award. 🙂
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Recently, the ACTE Board of Directors approved a new strategic plan to move us forward into 2020. Colorado ACTE decided to support the work of the national Board and has chosen to focus on 2 of the strategic themes included in the ACTE plan: Member Value/Engagement and Professional/Leadership Development. These themes will be a focus during Kimberly Baldwin’s presidency.
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Here are the presentations that have been shared with CACTE to date. If you would like a specific presentation not listed here, please email Debbie (email@example.com) and she will contact the presenter.
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Thank you to these leaders who have stepped to serve our career and technical education professional association! We especially appreciate Mimi Leonard serving as “honorary” past president for the last year – your experience was extremely valuable to the Board, Mimi!
Serving on the 2018-2019 CACTE Executive Committee are:
President: Kimberly Baldwin
President-Elect: Robert Van Dyke
Secretary: Jen Girvin
Treasurer: Janny Jarvis
Past President: Jay Moore
Executive Director: Debbie Nelson
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The Colorado CTE Team introduced us to the super cool new promotional video for general audiences this morning during the “State of the State” address at the 2018 CACTE CareerTech Summit. Several people have already asked for the link, so here it is!
Please use this video far and wide to let students and educators from Colorado tell the CTE story!
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