The page lists resources related to assessment in Middle-Level CTE including information on the Life/Career rubrics database for assessing student work habits.
Alfred State College
The New York State Education Department's Office of Career and Technical Education is developing a four-year state plan to improve career and technical education program quality. This survey, designed for Career and Technical Education administrators, seeks to gather information on current career and technical education programs in the state and to solicit recommendations for improvement and innovation.
The New York State Education Department's Office of Career and Technical Education is developing a four-year state plan to improve work-based learning and career and technical education program quality. This survey, designed for Work-based Learning Coordinators, seeks to gather information on current work-based learning programs in the state and to solicit recommendations for improvement and expansion.Read More
RT @CareerTecTweets: .@CapRegionBOCES students compete at nationals; First female graduates from HVAC/R; Deaf & Hard of Hearing students sh…
RT @SpohnConnie: Albany CTE students sign their letters of agreement to work after high school. Thanks to the partner sponsors! @NYSED @NYS…
RT @SpohnConnie: Students signed with Tri-City JATC. Also received gifts from event sponsors at Abrookin Partner Recognition and Signing Da…
RT @CareerTecTweets: “Over the years, we have hired at least six employees that graduated from this @CapRegionBOCES HVAC/R program and we a…
What do your school colleagues who are not CTE teachers or administrators think about CTE? Do they believe CTE adds value to a student’s readiness for life beyond school? Do they think most CTE students go on to jobs rather than college? Do they think CTE is for some but not all students? Do they view CTE as in step with the rapidly changing workforce and new technology?Read More