The economy is changing—and education must change with it in order to prepare students for success in the workforce. It's no surprise that skilled trades are the hardest jobs to fill in the United States; by 2020, 66% of jobs will require some post-secondary education. Career and Technical Education (CTE) is one solution that addresses this need by connecting learners to real-world experience while at the same time preparing them for in-demand careers.
Edmentum’s Plato Courseware, featuring an extensive library of CTE courses covering all 16 career clusters, can help facilitate dynamic partnerships with educators and students. Our learning platform provides educators with current standards-aligned CTE curriculum, including customizable content resources to prepare every learner to be college and career ready. Students benefit from engaging, multimedia content that connects their learning to real-world opportunities.
Want to see how one school district is experiencing success with Edmentum’s CTE courseware? Learn how Elaine Plybon, Facilitator of Transformative Learning at Keller ISD in Texas, takes advantage of the ability to individualize instruction and bring her students into the 21st century as they learn the skills they need to be successful. Find out how Keller ISD implements its virtual program for grades 8–12 and helps students pursue their interests both online and in person.
What's next for Keller ISD? The district has exciting plans for the future and is using Edmentum's online solutions to springboard toward blended learning models and individualized instruction to meet each student's specific needs.
Want to learn more about how Edmentum’s online solutions can support your CTE program? Check out our CTE Library Packages, featuring over 100 semester courses that span all 16 of the NASDCTEc Career Clusters®.