How can Career and Technical Education (CTE) serve your students?
Did you know that all students in NH in grades 10-12 are eligible to participate in CTE programs ranging from accounting and agriculture to visual & performing arts and welding and everything in between? (https://www.education.nh.gov/career/career/documents/cte-programs.pdf) In fact, CTE also supports students down to grade 5 with career exploration activities and resources!

The CTE center that serves students in the Conant, Conval, and Mascenic school districts areas is the Region 14 Applied Technology Center. CTE, formerly known as Vo-Tech, gives students real-world, hands-on experience in a variety of employment fields and offers opportunities for dual credit courses and Industry-Recognized Credentials that can give students an advantage after graduation. Despite indicators of CTE success – 95 percent of 2017 CTE graduates are employed, in college or serving in the military – there is room for enrollment growth.

The survey below asks questions about your general perception of CTE programs. Choose questions that are appropriate for the way you identify yourself for the survey – student, parent, educator, community member, or business leader.

Please complete the survey by February 1. Thank you for your help as we work to make the Region 14 Applied Technology Center meet the needs of our students and community.
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