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Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) instructional career development needs of Georgia educators.
 
   
     
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CTAE Graduation Rate Rises to 94.9 Percent [GaDOE Press Release]  
Posted 7/25/2016
July 19, 2016 – The graduation rate for students involved in Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) has risen to 94.9 percent in Georgia – a strong indicator of the relevance of these programs and their impact on student outcomes. This represents a six percent increase in the graduation rate for CTAE pathway completers, up from 88.9 percent in 2014.

“This rate proves that when students are engaged and see the relevance of their education, they succeed,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “Every child is not the same, and we need to provide an educational experience that offers a variety of paths toward college, career, or the military. I congratulate every teacher, school and district official, business partner and community member who has supported Georgia’s CTAE programs. In connecting students with rewarding future careers, you are truly changing lives.”

Georgia’s CTAE program leverages partnerships with industry and higher education to ensure students are prepared for careers in the 21st century workforce. Students can take courses in more than 100 Career Pathways within 17 Career Clusters, earn recognized industry credentials, participate in work-based learning and apprenticeship opportunities, and serve as leaders through membership in co-curricular Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs). In July 2015, the Georgia Department of Education launched Educating Georgia’s Future Workforce, an initiative aimed at increasing the state’s focus on career education and expanding partnerships with the business community. [Continue reading at GaDOE]

Student success stories show relevance of Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education.  MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Cardoza, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 651-7358mcardoza@gadoe.org Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram

Applications Being Accepted for LEAD CTAE  
Posted 7/15/2016
  • LEAD CTAE is a leadership development program sponsored by the Georgia Association of Career and Technical Educators (GACTE), the CTAE Resource Network (CTAERN) and the CTAE Division of the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE).  Itis designed for CTAE classroom teachers who wish to gain valuable skills and knowledge in the areas of team building, leadership, priority management, business engagement, legislative advocacy and policy, communication, instruction, economic development, and MORE! 
  • LEAD CTAE includes five program sessions with graduation culminating at the annual GACTE summer conference.
  • LEAD CTAE requires an application, a minimum of three years (completed) teaching experience in CTAE, and recommendations from the school principal and system CTAE director.  A $50 investment fee will be required of all selected participants. 
  • LEAD CTAE will provide fifty hours of professional learning, to be documented through the CTAE Resource Network. 
  • LEAD CTAE participants’ program and travel expenses will be paid by the  sponsors.
  • LEAD CTAE can change your life!  Are you ready to LEAD CTAE?
Click here for the LEAD CTAE application.

 
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