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  Applications Now Being Accepted for LEAD CTAE 2017-2018    
  Posted 7/11/2017  
  Applications are now open for the LEAD CTAE Class of 2017-2018, a leadership development program for CTAE classroom teachers AND school counselors.

See the application and recommendation forms ( Doc / PDF ) - the deadline for submission is Sept 8, 2017.

  Posted 3/9/2017  
The 2016-2017 End of Year Reports and 2017-2018 Programs of Work are currently being built into the website.  See below for dates and watch your email and the CTAE Resource Network message board for more details - start gathering your information now so you will be ready to enter when the application is open!
2016-2017 Work WBL and YAP reports - The anticipated opening date is March 15.  
2016-2017 POW Annual Reports and 2017-2018 POW Submissions - The anticipated opening date is April 1.

  LEAD CTAE Class Announced    
  Posted 10/25/2016  

The CTAE Resource Network, the Georgia Department of Education, and the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education (GACTE) proudly announce the inaugural class of LEAD CTAE.  LEAD CTAE is a leadership development program 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 through participation in five program sessions culminating at the annual GACTE summer conference.  This first class of 20 teachers represents 20 schools from 19 school systems and 14 program areas.  These teachers will join together to kick off the professional learning program on November 6 in Madison, GA.

View the LEAD CTAE Class here!


  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. [Continue reading at GaDOE]

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


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