Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in Illinois
provide instruction for careers in high-wage, high-skill, and high-demand
occupations in Agricultural Education; Business, Marketing and Computer
Education; Family and Consumer Sciences; Health Science Technology; and
Technology and Engineering Education (Industrial). CTE programs continue
to strengthen students’ technical skills; articulate transitions to
postsecondary programs, employment or both; assist in meeting the Illinois
Learning Standards; and close achievement gaps. These programs are instrumental
in supporting local districts to ensure student success and promoting
Perkins Reauthorization Overview
This session will provide an overview of the new Perkins V Strengthening Career and Technical Education in 21st Century Act. Learn more about the act and provide feedback and thoughts to ISBE as they start to plan for the state plan. ISBE values your input as a critical friend on the direction of career and technical education for the students in Illinois.
Civil Rights Methods of Administration
The online CTE curriculum materials allow educators to: PLAN quality instruction; DOCUMENT state and national academic and technical standards met by instruction; DELIVER web-based instruction to students; and, ASSESS student attainment of state and national standards.
Many on-site professional development topics are available to educational entities upon request. Professional development workshops range in length from 3 hours to multiple days with topics ranging from a simple survey of resources to in-depth implementation activities of those resources. All workshops are hands-on and require participant computer and internet access. Presentation time frames may be from 1 to 2 hours in length.
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