The Georgia Department of Education is developing elementary Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) courses that will allow students to explore career interests and opportunities in the early grades.
"Make That Paper: Careers in Forestry" is an online game designed to help high school students learn about the forestry industry and career employability skills.
Georgia middle school, high school, and technical college students who progressed to the 2019 SkillsUSA National Conference brought home a combined total of 72 medals.
New K-5 standards aim to help students understand the powerful impact of agriculture on Georgia’s prosperity.
Georgia partners with the SANS Institute to provide high school girls and college students with the opportunity to develop their skills and explore careers in the cyber industry.
FastTrack grants support CTAE labs in Cobb, Henry, and Hall counties.
Gone are the days of shop class. Today, the pathways available are diverse, practical, and advanced: from graphic design to nursing.
Explore all new features like content collections, an interactive map, standards alignments, and more!
What happens when the premise of a reality television competition makes its way into Long County High School?
Georgia high school students are invited to compete in the 2018 Student Chef Competition.
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