Learn about the different aspects of CTE and how it plays an important role in graduation requirements and endorsements. At the end of this session, participants will have a better understanding of the various components and requirements of a CTE program and how it benefits students. This workshop is designed for school counselors and CTE administrator teams who are veterans or new to the CTE world to explore and gain a clearer understanding of the world of CTE and its unique language.
Topics covered in Part 1 will include, but are not limited to, CTE overview, CTE accountability, and CTE funding. Topics covered in Part 2 will include, but are not limited to, CTE curriculum, Scheduling and Staffing, and CTE resources.
As this will be an interactive session, participants are requested to bring: a copy of the campus CTE master schedule that includes the teacher of record; the district PBMAS report (see CTE Administrator), the CTE course guide for the campus; and student transcripts, current student schedules, and PGPs (4 year plan) for 4 students (one from each grade level 9-12).
We highly recommend that districts send at least one CTE administrator and one counselor team to this training.