Career and Technical Education
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Agricultural Science and Technology Education
Agricultural Science and Technology Education prepares students for careers in the areas of agriculture mechanics, animal science, aquaculture and marine technologies, natural resources and environmental systems and plant science.
Business and Finance Technology
Business and Finance Technology Education in Connecticut is offered through the middle school and comprehensive high school. These courses are an integral part of the total academic structure that provides students with the competencies to be competitive in a business-oriented society.
Carl D. Perkins and Career and Technical Education
View Carl D. Perkins grants, publications, and Career and Technical Education Subject content.
Cooperative Work Education and Diversified Occupation
CWE/DO is offered in Connecticut comprehensive high schools and combines classroom instruction and work-based learning.
Engineering Standards and Technology Education
Technology education is the study of human innovation, which provides an opportunity for students to apply and manage knowledge and resources related to the human made world.
Family and Consumer Sciences
Family and Consumer Sciences Education empowers individuals and families across the life span to manage the challenges of living and working in a diverse global society. Its unique focus is on family, work and their relationships.
The committee coordinates the education of middle and high school students about careers in manufacturing.
Marketing Education is the teaching and learning of the multi-faceted, critical business function, undergirded by such social sciences as economics, psychology, and sociology.
Medical Careers Education
Medical Careers Education in Connecticut provides secondary students with a foundation of basic skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for pursuing postsecondary education and employment in health care.
Perkins V: Today's Skills, Tomorrow's Careers
Perkins V provides new opportunities to improve Career and Technical Education (CTE) and enables more flexibility for Connecticut to meet the unique needs of our learners, educators and employers.
The Connecticut State Department of Education has endorsed personal finance education and through these efforts most of our high schools offer at least one half year personal finance course. To assist educators, a personal finance model curriculum has been developed by administrators and teachers from across the state.