What is Career & Technical Education?
Career & Technical Education (CTE) provides rigorous instruction to prepare students for high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers and/or post-secondary opportunities. CTE bridges secondary and postsecondary curriculum provides industry certification opportunities, reinforces core academics, and delivers the skills necessary for cutting-edge, economically viable career options. Work-based learning opportunities, hands-on learning, school-based enterprises, and Career & Technical Student Organizations are key components of CTE.
- Check out this informational document about each career cluster and how it relates to jobs in Florida.
- FLDOE Infographic Document
CTE in Action
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Volusia County Partnership with Daytona State College
Online Learning Requirement
A minimum of one course must be earned through online learning. Students may meet the online requirement by completing a virtual course, blended learning course or by successfully completing a course in which a student earns an industry certification in information technology, or passing the information technology certification examination or passing an online content assessment, whereby the student demonstrates his or her skills and competency in locating information and applying technology for instructional purposes. The link below is a list of the CTE courses that meet this requirement: CTE IT Courses meeting requirement of Online Learning
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