The Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a teacher guided program that helps prepare today’s students for the high demand skills they will need to compete in the increasingly demanding job markets of today and the future.
Students discover their interests, talents, abilities, and the niches where their talents and abilities might best be utilized. Career and Technical Education also equips students with research skills to enable them to form a realistic picture of potential job opportunities. CTE better prepares students for post-secondary education and/or the world of work, whether they choose to enter the workplace directly from high school, or select to pursue post-secondary education in a technical training program, apprenticeship, or a two, or four year college. CTE prepares students for the world of work by introducing them to workplace competencies, and makes academic content accessible to students by providing it in a hands-on environment.
Teacher Chad Booth email@example.com Alicia Bowman firstname.lastname@example.org Barry Cochran email@example.com Monica Cochran firstname.lastname@example.org Michelle Collins email@example.com Greg Downing firstname.lastname@example.org Rebecca Edwards RJEdwards@wsfcs.k12.nc.us Katie Fanning email@example.com Kaya Haith firstname.lastname@example.org Terry Howerton email@example.com Ronald Moats firstname.lastname@example.org Ellen Palmer email@example.com Kathryn Renfro firstname.lastname@example.org Jeffrey Rodgers email@example.com Charlotte Waddell firstname.lastname@example.org
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