Career Technical Education - National
Link to the national Career Technical Education website, which contains information about the national career cluster framework
Analytical Graphics, Inc. Deliver faster by bringing all the domains of the operational environment into every phase of the life cycle — engineering, testing, operations — using digital modeling, simulation, and analysis.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the world's largest aviation community, is building aviation STEM curriculum for high schools across America. When complete, the program will be the first of its kind, offering students comprehensive four-year aviation study options that are aligned to rigorous math and science standards used in many states nationwide.
We’re creating these courses as part of two career and technical education pathways: pilot and unmanned aircraft systems (drones). Each pathway will be four years in length, and schools can decide to implement one or more complete pathways, or select individual courses to use as standalone electives. Schools may now apply to use the 9 -12 grade courses.
Thanks to generous donations to the AOPA Foundation, all courses will be offered to high schools at no charge.
Choose Aerospace, Clemson University Center for Workforce Development (CUCWD), ARCS Aviation, the Aviation Technician Education Council (ATEC), labor organizations, industry employers, and education partners have come together to develop curriculum that will build pipeline programs directly into higher education and aviation careers.
Connect to ctYou.org, the agency-sponsored content/learning management system developed by Moodle.
Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra. Code.org provides the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States and Code.org also organizes the annual Hour of Code campaign which has engaged 15% of all students in the world. Code.org is supported by generous donors including Amazon, Facebook, Google, the Infosys Foundation, Microsoft, and many more.
The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Our mission is to promote technological and engineering literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and engineering and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. ITEEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities. See Who is ITEEA for a high-level look at ITEEA, its mission, its members, and the importance of technology and engineering education to all students. See also a Brief History of ITEEA. Membership Information can be found on the ITEEA website.
Project Lead The Way
Project Lead The Way Our pathways in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science engage students in hands-on activities, projects, and problems; empower them to solve real-world challenges; and inspire them to reimagine how they see themselves.
We have worked with Precision Exams to align Precision Exams to our STEM courses.
The Southern Regional Education Board works with states to improve public education at every level, from early childhood through doctoral education. We help policymakers make informed decisions by providing independent, accurate data and recommendations. We help educators strengthen student learning with professional development, proven practices and curricula. And we help policymakers, institutions and educators share scarce resources to accomplish more together than they could alone.
SREB is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization headquartered in Atlanta. Our 16 states are Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Our work is funded by member appropriations, as well as by contracts and grants from foundations and from local, state and federal agencies.