Career and Technical Education (CTE)

The purpose of these documents is to provide guidance for policies and procedures regarding the Career and Technical Education program in South Carolina.  The Charter Institute at Erskine maintains the role of an authorizer and LEA. Each charter school within the Institute has the autonomy to develop policies and procedures individualized to meet the needs of the school, if those policies and procedures are consistent with State and Federal Laws, the school’s charter, as well as contract and Institute policies and procedures.  If there is a resource you would like to tweak to fit your school, send an email to executivedirector@erskinecharters.org and an editable version will be emailed to you.

What is Career and Technical Education (CTE)?

Career and Technical Education (CTE) is the practice of teaching specific career skills to students in middle school, high school, and post-secondary institutions.  

CTE is split into 16 Career Clusters:

Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
Education & Training
Hospitality & Tourism
Manufacturing

Architecture & Construction
Finance
Human Services
Marketing

Arts, A/V Technology, & Communications
Government & Public Administration
Information Technology (IT)
Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

Business Management & Administration
Health Science
Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics

Resources

CTE Programs Evaluation Tools

2019-2020 Conference Information 

CONTACT:

CHRISTY JUNKINS
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL SUPPORT
PHONE: 803-849-2465
EMAIL: EXECUTIVEDIRECTOR@ERSKINECHARTERS.ORG