Career Pathways: The New Career Technical Education. Ann Benson Education Consultant 405-743-2919 firstname.lastname@example.org. Essential Questions. How are we doing and why are we getting involved in using career clusters, career pathways and programs of study?.
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The Bridge Project
The Conference Board
“An organizing tool defining CTE using 16 broad clusters of occupations and 81 pathways with validated standards that ensure opportunities for all students regardless of their career goals and interests.“
“A career pathway is a coherent, articulated sequence of rigorous academic and career related courses, commencing in ninth grade and leading to an associate degree, and/or an industry-recognized certificate or licensure, and/or a baccalaureate and beyond.“
“State approved programs, which may be adopted by local education agencies and postsecondary institutions to be offered as an option to students when planning for and completing future coursework, for career and technical content areas.“
1. Incorporate secondary education and postsecondary education elements;
2. Include coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant career and technical content in a coordinated, non-duplicative progression of courses that align secondary education with postsecondary education to adequately prepare students to succeed in postsecondary education;
3. May include the opportunity for secondary education students to participate in dual or concurrent enrollment programs or other ways to acquire postsecondary education credits; and
4. Lead to an industry-recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level, or an associate or baccalaureate degree.
Strategy to organize instruction and student experiences around career themes (Focus on an industry cluster of related occupations)
Incorporates existing school reform strategies
(career academies, career pathways,
small learning communities, Tech Prep)
Connects to business and higher education
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