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Today's cutting-edge, rigorous, and relevant career and technical education (CTE) prepares MMSD students for entry into career and post-secondary options in a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, and high-demand careers.  MMSD CTE areas include Business, Marketing, and Information Technology; Family and Consumer Sciences; Health Science; along with Technology and Engineering.

 

Career and Technical Education Quality Components connect three areas of Academic and Technical Skills along with Work-based Learning and Leadership for the 21st Century Skills through Career Technical Student Organizations

CTE prepares students to be college, career and community ready by providing integrated core academics within rigorous and relevant curriculum, employability skills, as well as technical and career-specific skills.
 

Quality components of Career and Technical Education programs include:

  • Academic and Technical Skills
  • Work-Based Learning
  • Leadership and 21st Century Skills through CTSOs (Career and Technical Student Organizations)
  • Coupled with:
    • Partnerships
    • Programs of Study
    • Career Development

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