The goal of this website is quite straightforward: "to promote Career Technical Education, (CTE) jobs, college education, and life long learning." The site is supported by business, industry, education, and government entities. Visitors interested in hearing why CTE is important can watch a three-minute video of an interview with a high school teacher from Redwood City, CA, in the link entitled "Why Career Technical Education". Although the "Teacher Resources" link within the "Why CTE" link is still a work in progress, visitors should definitely check out the "Curriculum Standards" link next to it. The "National Model from Career Cluster Initiative" is an excellent resource for visitors who are students, teachers, career counselors and college advisers. The Career Cluster Initiative gives downloadable PDF and Excel templates of sample class plans, that can aid high school and college students in choosing classes that will prepare them to enter more than a dozen different career clusters, such as "Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security", "Health Science", and "Architecture & Construction."To find more high-quality online resources in math and science visit Scout's sister site - AMSER, the Applied Math and Science Educational Repository at http://amser.org.


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