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What is CTE?
The Clare-Gladwin Career Center offers Career and Technical Eudcation (CTE) programs to 350 high school juniors and seniors from Beaverton, Clare, Farwell, Gladwin, Harrison, and Coleman high schools.
Taking a Career Center program gives students experience and skills that can used to enter the work force right out of high school. Many programs also include opportunities to earn state or national certifications, as well as articulated college credit based on successful completion.
To learn more about the CTE program, click here!
Providing Equal Opportunities for Local Students
In 2009 and 2010, a Strategic Planning Committee consisting of community members, local business and industry folks, and educators, compared the Clare-Gladwin CTE program to other career and technical education programs in rural mid-Michigan areas with similar populations as Clare and Gladwin counties.
"It became crystal clear that our students were at a disadvantage to the students who attended neighboring CTE programs," said Clare-Gladwin RESD Superintendent Sheryl Presler. "The CTE staff works diligently to maximize resources to help the students learn while gaining hands-on experience in their field of interest. However, with our current CTE budget, we are unable to provide our students with what they need to compete with students in other Michgian CTE programs."
Check out the video to see how the Clare-Gladwin CTE program compares with others:
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