Imagine an education and workforce system that rewards innovation, supports different learning styles, values different interests and talents, nimbly adapts and responds to technology and workplace needs, and prepares students of all ages for success in college and career. That is the essence of the CTE vision, and it speaks to us all—educators, business and industry, policy makers, and advocates for a stronger economy and future for America. And it requires that we do more, not less to achieve the full potential of CTE.
To that end, you’ll find the resources in this section relevant, up-to-date, and on target for the full range of CTE interests. That includes resources to increase awareness, understanding and support for CTE, to develop and implement quality CTE programs using programs of study based on the National Career Clusters™ Framework, and to be informed and ready to advocate for excellence in education through quality CTE. We encourage you to put these CTE tools and resources to good use—and to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, feedback or ideas you feel would be helpful.