With eight program areas - Agricultural Education, Business Education, Career Development Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Health Occupations Education, Marketing Education, Technology Education, and Trade and Industrial Education - CTE prepares students for further career-technical education and lifelong learning as well as employment. CTE also assists students to develop decision-making, problem-solving, communication, leadership and citizenship skills, and prepare them to make informed consumer decisions and to apply practical life skills. There are provisions for students with special skills to succeed in career-technical programs, and work-based learning opportunities such as apprenticeships, clinicals, supervised agricultural experiences, cooperative education, job shadowing, and school-based enterprises connect the workplace with course competencies, Students in grades 6-12 combine skills and knowledge found on the job with academic vigor.
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Career Development Coordinator:
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Business, Finance and Information Technology Education:
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