Career/Technical Education
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Career/Technical Education
Title of program (i.e., Career and Technical Education)
Governing body
Agency or agencies providing program oversight
Districts/high schools required to provide CTE program
Career clusters the state has identified
Statewide emphasis/focus on specific area(s) such as high tech
Employability skill assessment tools are used to ensure program quality
Quality control mechanism(s) (program approval/review process, certificate of mastery, system emphasis on rigor, funding for districts to purchase/adopt rigorous progams of study, etc.)
Teaching quality components (i.e., demonstrated expertise in field; waive bachelor's degree reqt)
Graduation requirements
Tech Prep or similar focus (2+2)
Funding mechanisms (i.e., enhanced FTE for CTE students, a line item, special grants, etc.)
Unique features of note
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