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CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE). CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION is a program of study that involves a multi-year sequence of courses that integrate core academic knowledge with technical and occupational knowledge to provide students with pathways to post-secondary education and careers.

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CAREER

TECHNICAL

EDUCATION

(CTE)

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CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION is a program of study that involves a multi-year sequence of courses that integrate core academic knowledge with technical and occupational knowledge to provide students with pathways to post-secondary education and careers.
the vision
THE VISION
  • To engage youth by contextualizing their learning by interest area
  • To make learning relevant by integrating academic and career instruction
  • To allow students to succeed in school and in the world of work
  • To teach students transferable skills that will lead to success in all future careers
  • To give students connections to learning, work and adults in the real world
cte course sequences
CTE Course Sequences
  • Are a graduation requirement
  • Contain a minimum of 30 units
  • May be CTE, ROP and/or Academic
  • Must lead to certification, employment and/or post-secondary opportunity
  • Must have business partner(s)
  • Must cover all standards
  • May be supported by and eligible for supplemental funding
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Introductory

Course

Capstone

Course

CTE Course Sequence

CTE Content

Specific Area

of Interest

Concentrator

Course

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THE CAREER ACADEMY MODEL

Career Technical Education

Career Academy

Small

Learning Communities

Academics

A-G

INTEGRATED INSTRUCTION

COMPLEMENTARY INITIATIVES

desired outcomes
DESIRED OUTCOMES
  • Improved attendance
  • More student engagement
  • Lower drop-out rate
  • Increased academic achievement
  • Greater sense of community
  • Higher rate of job placement (regardless of career or focus)
  • Higher college attendance rates
  • Completion rate of upper level math 1.5 times higher than peers’ (strong predictor of success in college)
career academy components 1
Career Academy Components #1
  • School within-a-school; classes primarily for academy students
  • Students self-select; focus on "at risk" students
  • Common planning periods
  • Usually grades 10-12
academy components 2
Academy Components #2
  • Integrated curriculum - academic content taught w/career focus
  • Typically 3 academic and 1 technical (career) class in 10th & 11th, plus 1 technical (career) & 1 additional career specific in 12th
academy components 3
Academy Components #3
  • Dedicated counselor
  • Business partnership - advisory council
  • Mentoring in classroom and job sites
  • Internships in grades 11 or 12
  • Parents actively involved Assistance with college or job placement
increasing rigor cte standards frameworks
Increasing Rigor:CTE Standards & Frameworks

FoundationStandards

Pathway Standards

CTE

Frameworks

foundation standards
Foundation Standards
  • Support and extend the skills & competencies identified by SCANS
  • They are uniform in all sectors, although there is slight variation
  • Focus on the basic skills ALL students in that sector will need to succeed in the workplace
pathway standards
Pathway Standards
  • Pathway standards are concise statements that reflect the essential knowledge and skills students need for success in the career pathway.
cte frameworks
CTE Frameworks
  • Frameworks are the “how” in implementing the CTE model curriculum standards by providing a context for the content, discussing best practices and exploring important issues in the implementation of those standards.
on campus resources for cte and career counseling
On-Campus Resources for CTE and Career Counseling
  • CTE Adviser
  • Work Experience Ed. Teacher-Coordinator
  • Career Adviser
contact us
CONTACT US

Website:

http://careerdevelopment.lausd.net

or

http://lausd.net and go to Offices and Career Development

Telephone numbers:

213 241-0701 – CTE, Wk. Exp., Academies

213 745-3434 – First Break Office

213 745-1930 – Work Experience Office