Career and Technology Education (CTE)
Community work-based learning opportunities are provided to approximately 2800 students with significant disabilities, ages 14 to 21, at over 420 community training locations throughout the five boroughs. The job developer at each school develops a variety of job training sites and ensures that work class protocols are followed and that participating students receive whatever instruction and support is needed to optimize benefit from each work experience. Schools also work closely with vocational rehabilitation and adult service agencies to guarantee that students continue to be given any assistance that might be needed once they graduate from school and transition into supported or competitive employment.
School-Based CTE Programs and Courses
School-based CTE programs and courses are designed to meet the needs of student with a wide range of abilities and include:
CTE programs, courses, and work-based learning opportunities currently offered in our schools include, but are not limited to, the following career cluster areas:
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