For more and more of your students, it’s making sense to consider alternate paths to career success. Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs are leading the way, by providing students with modern employability skills that easily translate into college and career readiness.
Whether you’ve integrated a CTE curriculum into your existing offerings, or you’re considering it – Social Assurity’s courseware is especially relevant in today’s world.
Whatever path your CTE students take after you send them into the world — skilled careers, community college, higher education opportunities — their visible and socially-connected successes will boost your school’s reputation, and your ability to command budgets.
$1.1B federal dollars now available for CTE
CTE programs are supported by the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act, which provides approximately $1.1 billion in state grants annually to serve more than 14 million students nationwide.