As New York City pursues its educational mission of ensuring college and career readiness for all students, career and technical education (CTE) has emerged as a high-value strategy to support both students’ postsecondary aspirations and the strength of the City’s economy. High-quality CTE programs incorporate clear pathways into postsecondary education and training, readiness for entry-level, career-track work upon high school graduation, and greatly enhanced work readiness and understanding of employment and career options. To find out more, read this State of CTE Brochure 2013-2014.
The Advisory Council for Career and Technical Education is charged by state law with advising the New York City Department of Education on the development, administration and evaluation of policies and programs relating to Career and Technical Education. Composed of volunteers from industry, labor, colleges, the non-profit sector who help evaluate students performance and keep training relevant to employers’ needs. provide all students with rigorous, relevant, and results-driven programs.