Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs allow Delaware students the chance to earn early college credits, industry-recognized credentials and work experience while still in high school. To earn a living wage in today’s economy, all students must pursue education beyond high school. This education can include a two-year or four-year college degree, certification program, apprenticeship, formal job training or military service. The type of education students choose depends on each student’s unique interests and skills. Delaware is a leader in CTE and uniquely positioned to be a model for the nation.

Below are the most-current CTE resources for Delaware educators. Additional resources are available in the CTE Cadre/Roundtable Schoology group. More information about the CTE Schoology group is available below.