Career Technical & Agricultural Education
IN FEBRUARY, WE CELEBRATE
What is CTAE?
Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) pathways help students successfully enter the workforce or transition into post-secondary education by providing classes with rigorous academic standards, hands-on projects and labs. These opportunities include, but are not limited to, advanced curriculum, Dual Enrollment, Work-Based Learning, career awareness, career exposure and employability skill development. Helping students become successful in today’s world of work is vital for Georgia, and that is why CTAE offers students the opportunity to gain a solid foundation of knowledge and skills before they even leave high school! From Biotechnology, Sports Medicine, and Graphic Design to Programming, Engineering and Marketing, CTAE pathways enable students to explore a variety of careers through classwork and real-world experience to jumpstart their future!
As Atlanta Public Schools celebrates CTAE Month, stakeholders will have an opportunity to experience Demonstration Day to learn more about CTAE programs. This year, guests are invited to visit Engineering at BEST Academy, Business/Computer Science at Brown Middle School, Audio/Video Technology and Film at Jackson, Graphic Design at North Atlanta, or Allied Health at South Atlanta! Please visit the link below to sign-up. Each program time slot offers 45 minutes worth of hands-on activities led by students, designed to give you an idea of the awesome things happening in CTAE!
Career Technical & Agricultural Educationis the cornerstone for preparing students to be College and Career Ready.Goals
- To prepare Atlanta Public Schools’ students to compete in a global and technological society
- To prepare students to enter and meet the needs of a high demand and high skilled workforce
- To prepare students for post-secondary options without the need for remediation
- To prepare students to become self-directed and lifelong learners
- To develop socially conscious students
- To expose middle grade students to ergonomics and career awareness
Email:Dr. Dwionne Freeman
Email:Dr. Brene' Bradley
(404) 802-5892 email@example.com(404) 802-5832 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Theo Smith, Jr.
Ms. Shamilleon Kelly
email@example.comSignature Program Coordinators:Phone:Email:Dr. Brene' Bradley(404) 802-5892Dr. Kenya Gilliard(404) 802-5814Dr. Ovura Murphy(404) 802-5848Phone:Email:Administrative AssistantMs. Georgia Summers(404) 802-5979Accounting AssistantMs. Elicia Chandler(404)802-5895CTAE Main Office
Main Office: (404) 802-5979 Fax: (404) 802-5978Address: 256 Clifton Street, S.E., Suite # 1132, Atlanta, GA 30317
Notification of NondiscriminationThe Atlanta Public School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, citizenship, ethnic or national origin, age, disability, medicalstatus, military status, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, ancestry, or any legally protectedstatus in any of its employment practices, educational programs, services or activities in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of theiroperations and provides equal access to the Boys Scouts and other designated youth groups. For additional information about nondiscrimination provisions,please contact the Office of Internal Resolution, 130 Trinity Avenue, S.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30303 or at 404-802-2789.