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Career Technical Education

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Career Technical Education (CTE) is a program of study that involves the integration of academic knowledge with technical and occupational knowledge. CTE provides students with a pathway to the postsecondary education and careers required in our global economy. All approved CTE programs in Michigan must align their local curriculum to postsecondary and industry standards. Students meeting the program standards have the opportunity to earn college credit and/or certifications. If you would like more information about CTE consultation and services, please contact us.

Information and Resources

A description of the state approved CTE programs and where they are offered in Region 29 can be found in the Region 29 CTE Programs Booklet (PDF).

Contacts

Jason Evers

Career Technical/Adult Education Consultant
Educational Services, Career Technical Education

Krista McKinney-King

Director of Workforce Development, CTE, Adult Ed & Career Counseling
Educational Services, Career Technical Education, Career Counselors

Rhonda Turner

Career Technical/Adult Education Consultant
Career Technical Education