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Career and Technical Education provides all students access to high-quality, rigorous career-focused programs that result in attainment of credentials with labor market value.
**COVID-19 Impacted Certifications Earned
Proclamation: Honoring Utah CTE Educators, Staff, and Leaders (8.5”x11”)
Proclamation: Honoring Utah CTE Educators, Staff, and Leaders (11”x17”)
Proclamation: Honoring Utah CTE Educators, Staff, and Leaders (28”x36”)
Proclamation of accomplishment from the state of Utah Career and Technical Education (CTE) leadership, including representatives from the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) honoring Utah CTE educators, staff, and leaders for their significant contributions to CTE.
CTE Recruitment Guide
This Recruitment Guide can help you think about different strategies to use to market your CTE programs and recruit students. What attracts and entices one prospective student to inquire, apply, and enroll will not likely attract the other.
The CTE Directions newsletter is distributed via an automatic Utah Education Network (UEN) mailing service. To subscribe, select the appropriate link below and follow sign-up instructions:
“The CTE classes I have taken have helped me decide that I want to pursue a career in construction. Because of my construction class I have learned so many valuable skills in building and interacting with others. The class also helped me get concurrent enrollment [credit] to help me get my degree faster. I love to work with my hands and my mind. The thrill of when a project comes together is the best feeling I have ever had.” — Jeb Price
What Students Are Saying about CTE?
Note: If you need this information in an accessible format, contact the department directly.
What Is Your CTE Story?
“Your role in providing input and support in aligning industry-recognized standards to provide meaningful educational, job and career pathways represents a very valuable contribution.” — Thalea Longhurst, State Director, Career and Technical Education
How can you make a difference in education? Get yourself set up as a standards rater. Industry leaders and educators need to work together now more than ever. There are millions of jobs that need to be filled, and students need the knowledge and skills in order to fill the positions and get started on a successful career.
This project connects industry leaders and educators and provides a way for industry to rate the importance of the knowledge and skills contained in courses offered for a particular industry and skill level. When industry and government align to develop the workforce, the community benefits. It’s a win-win to place high school students on the fast-track to careers while lowering unemployment and strengthening the economy.
21st Century Skills
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Architecture and Construction
Arts, Audio/Visual Technology and Communication
Business Management and Administration
Education and Training
Government and Public Administration
Hospitality and Tourism
Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
As an industry partner, start making a difference today. Become a standards rater. Ratings help shape the makers of tomorrow and future employees.
Precision Exams Links
5 Ways Your Business Can Help Students Get the Skills They Need to Succeed
View a short video introduction to the standards rating engagement initiative.
Company Information Collection Tool
Get involved. Share more about your organization and the types of employees you will need.
Take the next steps. Start rating standards.
House Bill (H.B. 227): Utah Computer Science Grant Act established the Computer Science for Utah Grant Program in 2019 for purposes of implementing the Utah Computer Science Education Master Plan. The grants are for the express purpose of “improving computer science outcomes and course offerings, demonstrated by the creation and implementation of a local agency computer science plan and the effective implementation of approved courses and the provision of effective training opportunities for licensed teachers.” House Bill (H.B. 227): Utah Computer Science Grant Act. Details of the Utah Computer Science Grant Program state that eligible local education agencies can apply for the grant, submit it to the state board of education for review and recommendation to the talent ready board for approval based upon the following criteria:
Local Education Agencies (LEA) shall submit a written 4-year “computer science plan that addresses the recommendations in the Utah CS Master Plan identifies targets for improved computer science offerings, student learning and licensed teacher training; describes a professional development program and other opportunities for high-quality professional learning for licensed teachers or individuals training to become teachers. Includes a detailed budget, communication, and reporting structure for implementing the computer science plan.”
K-12 Computer Science Full Grant Application (Google Doc)
Applications are due June 30, 2021. The committee will review the applications from July 6-8, 2021, and applicants will be notified of their score and whether or not they were funded by July 12, 2021.
Each student in a Utah secondary public school will have access to robust and varied computer science courses by 2022. All students will enter secondary schools with exposure to computational thinking and competencies in digital literacy. This begins in our elementary schools with competencies in keyboarding, appropriate and responsible use of technology, and basic coding principles.
Many students will self-select a pathway of study when they reach high school and may not be in computer science. The state K-5 and 6-12 Computer Science Standards are written to include core computer science skills of critical thinking, problem solving, computational thinking, and mathematical reasoning in all subjects. “Access for All” is a means of approaching K-12 integration of computer science core skills to build a long-term sustainable program.
Upload completed K-12 Computer Science Grant Application Fiscal Year 2021 document. (Qualtrics)
Frequently Asked Questions
Review updated K-12 Computer Science Grant structure, information and frequently asked questions.
Frequently Asked Questions (Google Doc)
Utah K-12 Computer Science Resource Sheet
Curriculum and Tutorial Partners (Google Doc)
Utah CTE classes are open to all qualified students without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age.