Resources for Districts
Here are a number of fact sheets, videos, and other documents about career and technical education in New Jersey and nationally that can be downloaded free for reproduction, distribution and use in presentations.
From the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development:
Industry-Valued Credentials: A Guide to Work Certificates, Certifications, Diplomas, or Degrees Valued by New Jersey Employers
Career and Technical Education Series: Establishing Meaningful PLCs in the CTE Setting
October 19, 2016
Foundation for Educational Administration Conference Center
12 Centre Drive
Join us for this special session, which will provide a unique opportunity for CTE leaders to network and collaborate with colleagues from throughout the state. Participants will work with current practitioners to deepen their knowledge of successful strategies that help develop powerful collaborative structures focused on the learning needs of students and strengthening educator practice. Learn how to bring coherence to the work of educators by connecting standards, student learning, assessment, professional learning, and school climate and culture to the
work of PLCs.
Resources from NJCCVTS
New Jersey’s County Vocational-Technical Schools Fact Sheet (download PDF)
A two-page document that summarizes factual data about New Jersey County Vocational-Technical Schools and their students in charts and graphs.
NJ Employer Coalition for Technical Education Fact Sheet (download PDF)
Resources from NJDOE
New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards Career Ready Practices poster.
A great visual explanation of the 12 Career Ready Practices and suggestions as to how to use it in your school.
Resources from other career and technical education organizations
The NASDCTEc website offers a number of free resources — including videos, a brochure, fact sheets and issue papers — that support career and technical education and can be adapted for different audiences and situations.
The Association for Career and Technical Education is the largest national education association dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for careers. The association’s mission is to provide educational leadership in developing a competitive workforce. The ACTE website contains many fact sheets, brochures, blog links and policy papers, including:
February is CTE Month: Resources for Districts
Various videos and fact sheets, suggestions for events and outreach, promotional products available.
Office of Career and Technical Education, New Jersey Department of Education