Career & Technical Education (CTE)

February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month. We'll be joining education and employer partners to highlight its value to students, employers and communities.

Career & Technical Education allows students to practice what they learn and understand how theory relates to practice. It also promotes timely and valuable career awareness and exploration.

In 2016-17, more than 36,600 students took Dual-Enrollment1 courses at high schools across the state, earning nearly 147,400 technical college credits. That's an estimated value of at least $19.2 million.

Learn about student leadership in Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs):

Event Calendar (Department of Public Instruction):

 
02/07/18 School District of New Berlin 8:45 - 10:30 am
02/12/18 Holmen High School 9 - 10:30 am
02/15/18 Winnecone High School 9 - 10 am
02/15/18 Little Chute High School 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
02/20/18 Westosha High School 9 - 10:30 am
02/26/18 Florence High School TBD

Social Media:

 
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#CareerTechEd @WiTechSystem @WisDPI

Footnote: 1Dual-Enrollment courses in 2016-17 included: Course Options, Youth Options, Transcripted Credit, Youth Apprenticeship and Contract Training. 2The estimated value of college credits listed assumes credits are for vocational programs ($130.45 per credit) rather than Liberal Arts Transfer ($176.35 per credit)

Useful CTE Publications

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Putting Learner Success First 06/08/16 PDF File