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Collaborating to Walk the Talk: Taking Action to Educate Every Child Now. Career Technical Education Pathways. What is CTE?.

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what is cte
What is CTE?
  • SFUSD’s CTE department partners with businesses, educators and the community to help students earn about career fields in growing industry sectors based on labor market needs. It also creates pathways to higher education and career options.
  • High school teacher teams reinforce CTE standards throughout the core curriculum to create a multidimensional approach to college and career preparation.
  • Students are in a cohort.
some fun facts
Some fun facts…
  • Academies have a 90% national graduation rate (nation avg. = 67%, urban avg. = 50%)
  • 80% of academy students go on to post-secondary education; almost half were first in their families to do so
more fun facts
More fun facts…
  • Academy students are twice as likely to take college-level courses in high school
  • Academy students are 60% less likely to require remedial college coursework
  • Academy students are 52% more likely to graduate from college in 4 years
partnerships with community
Partnerships with Community

Activities of Advisory Boards

Provide summer internship

Guest speakers / Field Trips

Host job shadowing

Act as Mentors

Engage in fundraising

Provide Externships for teachers

Assist teaches with industry specific curriculum

Members of corporate business, non-profit agencies, foundations and institutions of higher learning volunteer to help students gain real world work experiences.

Our Advisory Boards meet monthly to find ways to enrich classroom curriculum

internships
Internships

The paid summer internship program provides a work-based learning experience for high school students within academies.

270 students placed this summer!!

just a few of our business and industry partners
Just a few of our Business and Industry Partners…
  • Bar Association of San Francisco
  • Chancellor Hotel
  • City College of SF
  • Comptroller of the Currency
  • Golden Gate Restaurant Association
  • James Irvine Foundation
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • United Way
  • Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development
  • McCarthy Building Co
  • Pacific Gas and Electric
  • Patelco Credit Union
  • SF State
  • Swinerton Inc
  • Wells Fargo
cte has the strategic plan written all over it
CTE has the Strategic Plan written all over it
  • 1.1 Diminish the historic power of demographics

Academies are open to all students

Strong recruitment efforts

cte has the strategic plan written all over it11
CTE has the Strategic Plan written all over it

2.1 Ensure authentic learning for every child

2.2 Prepare the citizens of tomorrow

2.3 Create learning beyond the classroom

cte has the strategic plan written all over it12
CTE has the Strategic Plan written all over it
  • 3.2 Create the culture of service and support

CTE department supports students, parents and teaches

Community / Industry partners are very involved in schools