Monday, April 3, 2017

Career and Technical Education in JCPS



CTE Concentrators are College and Career Ready
NC secondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) empowers students to be successful citizens, workers and leaders in a global economy.  JCPS CTE served 21,211 enrollees (grades 6-12) in 2015-2016 by preparing them for high-wage, high-skill, and high-demand occupations and further education.


CTE Enrollment
Agriculture Education
3682
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
8532
Career Development
490
Family and Consumer Sciences Education
2144
Health Sciences Education
1779
Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education
1212
Technology, Engineering and Design Education
1919
Trade and Industrial Education
1367


Technical Skills

2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
Industry Recognized Credentials Earned by CTE Students
3898
3749
4283


CTE Graduation Rate
Graduation Rate
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
CTE Concentrators in Four-Year Cohort
95%
96%
99%
All NC Students in Four-Year Cohort
83.9%
85.6%
85.8%


Further Education, Training and Employment
Former CTE Concentrators Positive Outcome

    Enrolled in a community, technical or junior college
45.4%
    Enrolled in a four-year college or university
36.1%
    Other post-secondary institution
 1.5%
    Enlisted in the military
 3.3%
    Employed-full time
19.5%
    Employed-part time
47.9%


% of CTE Concentrators that Agree or Strongly Agree with the Following Statements:
Career and Technical Education was one important reason I stayed in school.
76.9%
Earning a credential helped me gain a job, internship or work experience.
79.9%
Earning a credential helped me earn a better paying job.
75.8%
Earning a credential helped me in my further studies or advanced training.
86.5%
Ability to earn postsecondary credit helped me make decisions about my educational path.
78.7%
Belonging to a Career and Technical Education Student Organization in high school helped prepare me for further education or employment.
94.4%

* Education status of concentrators who graduated or left school in 2015, surveyed in 2016.

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