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Common Standards for Career Technical Education « NASDCTEc Blog

Common Standards for Career Technical Education « NASDCTEc Blog | College and Career-Ready Standards for School Leaders | Scoop.it

Career Technical Education (CTE) State Directors unveiled the Common Career Technical Core (CCTC), a shared set of high-quality CTE standards. The CCTC is a state-led initiative to ensure that CTE programs are consistent and high-quality across our nation.


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ACTE: New Report Urges Education Leaders to Engage CTE Community in Common Core State Standards Implementation

ACTE: New Report Urges Education Leaders to Engage CTE Community in Common Core State Standards Implementation | College and Career-Ready Standards for School Leaders | Scoop.it
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CTE and the Common Core Standards

CTE and the Common Core Standards | College and Career-Ready Standards for School Leaders | Scoop.it
National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc) will release the common core standards, know as CCTC standards.


"With so much talk and public attention focused on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English language arts and Mathematics these days, career technical education (CTE) certainly seems to be taking a back seat in the classroom… But CTE is what makes math and language arts relevant for many students. And so, no, common core standards for CTE are not becoming irrelevant!"

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