Edgenuity’s CTE courses empower students to explore their interests by engaging with 16 different career clusters to deepen their knowledge and application of skills in areas that support career entry and success.
Edgenuity’s CTE courses combine high-quality instruction with real-world examples that invite students to pursue interests spanning business, health sciences, engineering, arts, communications, information technology, entrepreneurship opportunities, and more. Hands-on projects enable students to apply and synthesize learning as they:
Career and technical education (CTE) can spark a love of learning and a thirst for knowledge that translates to both career readiness and academic success. Research has shown that taking just one CTE course increases the probability of graduating by 3.2% [i] and that 91% of high-school graduates who earn 2–3 CTE credits enroll in college.[ii]Sources:
[i] Association for Career & Technical Education. (ND). About CTE. https://www.acteonline.org/about-cte/
[ii] Dougherty, S. (2016, April). Career and technical education in high school: Does it improve student outcomes? Thomas B. Fordham Institute. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED570132.pdf