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CTE Online

California Career Technical Education Online (CTEOnline) provides tools and resources designed to help all career technical educators identify and document the rigorous academic skills supported within their programs.

Educators supporting career technical education (CTE) programs throughout the state use CTEOnline External link opens in new window or tab. to access information, curricular tools, resources, and professional development opportunities in an effort to connect their industry specific coursework to rigorous English/language arts, math, science, and history standards.

CTEOnline's External link opens in new window or tab. Curriculum Organizer assists educators in precisely connecting their industry sector curriculum to standards-aligned activities through a series of easy-to-follow steps.

As part of an online educator community, virtual cadres of teachers can collaborate on developing curriculum within districts, counties, or across topic areas throughout the state.

CTE educators can generate instant curriculum integration reports that document the relationship of their classroom lessons with the most highly tested academic content standards.

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...where academics meet industry.

Questions:   Lloyd McCabe | | 916-327-6367
Last Reviewed: Wednesday, July 27, 2016
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