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Career and Technology Education Prorgams of Study


Maryland High School Career and Technology Education Programs of Study Logo (click here)



Policies & Procedures for the
Development & Continuous Improvement
of Career and Technology
Education Programs of Study


Policies and Procedures Publication Image(click here)

Maryland Career Clusters

Maryland Career Clusters(click here)



CTE Task Force Report


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CTE Task Force Report - May 2009 




Fact Sheets


Career and Technology Education (CTE) fact sheets provide detailed information regarding Maryland programs, products and services developed to support the seamless progression of students from school-to-careers and further education.


1.  CTE Fact Sheet

2.  CTE Update

3.  What Parents Should Know

4.  FAQ


Inventory Guidelines


The primary purpose of the MSDE-DCTAL Equipment Inventory is to allow all recipients career and technology education funds to accurately and efficiently report equipment purchases.


1.  Inventory Manual



Skills for Success (SFS)
developed the Skills for Success (SFS) in order to provide a readily understandable set of skills essential for students’ future success in three learning environments:  postsecondary education, the workplace, and the community.  They were dubbed skills to distinguish them from the knowledge-centered content standards and core learning goals in English, mathematics, science, and social studies.  They are descriptions of what students should know and be able to do upon graduation from high school.

Skills for Success (SFS)


Contact Information
Marquita Friday, Lead Specialist
CTE Instructional Branch
Division of Career and College Readiness
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone:  (410) 767-0183
Fax:  (410) 333-2099
Email:  mfriday@msde.state.md.us
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