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Career and Technical Education

WHY CESA 10? - Local school districts will have the opportunity to request individualized assistance with CTE curriculum development and course proposals.

Assistance can be provided to increase the number of dual enrollment course offerings at the technical college. Training on National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) certifications is available, as well as professional development opportunities on other CTE Act 59 Technical Incentive Grant certifications. District administrators can also request help to recruit talented teachers to fill high-demand CTE vacancies.

Career and Technical Education provides local districts with continued support for all six DPI areas of Career and Technical Education:

  • Agriculture & Natural Resources
  • Business and Information Technology,
  • Family and Consumer Science,
  • Health Science,
  • Marketing
  • Technology & Engineering.

Services include professional development offerings on a variety of topics and assisting districts with the process of applying for the CTE Technical Incentive grant.


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96.8%

High school graduation rate for CTE concentrators in Wisconsin in the 2014-2015 school year

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CTE Contractors

Have a higher graduation rate than students who are non-CTE Contractors.

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A CTE program

Enhances family, business, and community engagement.

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CTE programs

Incorporate critical workplace skills such as problem-solving, communication, and teamwork.

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PROGRAM CONTACT:
Gwen Skoyen, Director of College & Career Readiness

715-720-2033-gskoyen@cesa10.k12.wi.us