Career and Technical Education (CTE) is more popular than ever in Florida.

Between 2017 and 2021, enrollment in CTE courses increased by 9.6%, with 799,150 secondary students enrolled in a CTE course during the 2021-2022 academic year.

CTE is a very broad term that offers students “organized educational activities providing both academic content and technical skills in current or emerging professions and builds pathways connecting education and the workforce.”

FCAN’s latest one-pager highlights recent legislation meant to strengthen CTE opportunities for students in Florida and lists the seven types of CTE credentials available to students in the state. Visit the Research and Data section of FCAN’s website to view and download the full one-pager.


RESEARCH BRIEF — Maximizing CTE as a Tool for Workforce Development

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