Career and Technical Education (CTE) supports students as they
develop as workers and lifelong learners. CTE prepares students for a
range of careers, requiring varying levels of education, from high
school to postsecondary certificates to two-and four-year college
degrees. It’s high school and college education that provides students
- Academic subject matter taught with relevance to the real world.
- Employability skills, from job-related skills to workplace ethics.
- Education pathways that help students explore interests and careers.
The subject areas most often associated with CTE:
- Trades and Industry
- Business and Marketing
- Family and Consumer Sciences
- Health Occupations