When the CTE: Learning that works for America brand was created, state CTE offices were given the opportunity to be part of a national movement to change the image, definition, and expectations of CTE.
Equivalency credit is an option created by legislature and written into state statute (§ 118.33, Wis. Stats., and Chapter PI 18, Wis. Admin. Code) to expand opportunities for students to meet graduation requirements.
Career and Technical Education focuses on exploration of the self in relation to the world of work. Students discover their interests, talents, abilities, and the niches where their talents and abilities might best be used.