The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 require all eligible secondary and postsecondary institutions to identify successful educational programs to share and disseminate through the Bureau of Career and Technical Education web site. The bureau continues its commitment to strengthening career and technical education programs needs for advancing students through high quality career and technical education to build student's knowledge base to assure a skilled workforce. All strategies listed (See Key Strategies for definitions) are aligned to the goal of improving program quality and student achievements.
There are many exciting success stories occurring in schools. This is an opportunity for you to identify your best practice(s) at your local education agency. Submit Best Practices by using the
standard form (Word). Please download this form, complete and save it, and return it as an email attachment to
firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information on how to write up your submission, review the
Rubric(PDF) to help you to provide a clear and concise description of the program or practice.
In addition, the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Career and Technical Education has partnered with
NC3T National Center for College and Career Transitions as a part of a statewide effort to increase the quality and impact of career and technical education programs. Please check out their spotlight case studies of Pennsylvania Career and Technical Education schools.
The chart below is organized by four sections; Category/Strategy is aligned to the
Key Strategies or by booklet, Title is name and date of the best practice item, School Name is the place of best practice and File is the PDF of the best practice.
Additional teacher resources can be found at the following location
http://pacteresources.comOpens In A New Window. The site provides resources, tools, and promising practices that are implemented across Pennsylvania in approved career and technical education programs.