CTE Transitions is a federal initiative developed to address the demand for a highly skilled workforce. The program provides a means for students to begin a program of study in high school which continues to a community college. These programs combine academic courses needed for success in college AND technical courses need to prepare students for a high skilled, high demand careers.
What is Career Technical Education?
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs prepare students for high skill, high demand technical careers in a competitive global economy. Rigorous educational pathways emphasize math, science and technology and lead to postsecondary education. Educators, employers and communities collaborate to develop CTE pathways aligned with priority and emerging industry sectors.
High school articulation programs combine at least two years of high school education with two years of postsecondary education to prepare students for technical careers in a variety of careers including: child development, engineering technology, health and human services and information technology and education. These articulated programs combine a common core of higher academics in math, science and communications with a specific field of technical preparation.
For more information, contact the Career & Technical Education Career Pathways Specialist @ firstname.lastname@example.org