Technology education purposefully integrates content and skills from engineering, technology, science, computer science, and mathematics to foster technological literacy. Students apply integrated content to develop solutions to real-world problems while employing skills critical for postsecondary study and career success.
Technology education is a graduation requirement for all Maryland public school students. Local school system leaders decide which courses to offer that will allow their students to fulfill this graduation requirement. The State Department of Education provides support to school systems in the implementation of rigorous technology education curriculum and instruction.
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Participate in Maryland's TEEAM organization to support K-12 technology and engineering education.
- Code of Maryland Regulation for Technology Education
- Technology Education Standards
- Technology Education Graduation Credit Options
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Maryland's Technology Education Supervisors Contact Information
- Maryland's Technology Education Supervisors' Meetings
- Becoming a Technology Education Teacher
- International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA)
- Manufacturing, Engineering, and Technology Career Cluster
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Lynne M. Gilli, Ed.D., Program Manager
Marquita D. Friday, Lead Specialist
Tiara Booker-Dwyer, Specialist