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Today's cutting-edge, rigorous, and relevant career and technical education (CTE) prepares MMSD students for entry into 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, 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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