A gateway to the resources you need. For your classroom. For yourself.
Gain instant access to the CTE content you seek, whether you are looking for “just-in-time” resources that you can leverage during a particular lesson, resources that you can assign to students, or self-directed PD training courses that you can take to earn CPE credit hours. This is the one-stop shop to the content you need for your CTE classroom and for yourself, even as these needs shift from day to day.
Career & Technical Education Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for 2017-2018
The Texas State Board of Education recently adopted new Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Career and Technical Education (CTE). The new CTE TEKS will become effective beginning with the 2017-2018 school year. The adjacent image link provides access to the rule text for each of the sixteen Career Clusters (TAC §130) and the career development courses (TAC §127).
Employability skills are a set of skills and behaviors that are necessary for every job. Employability skills are sometimes called soft skills, foundational skills, work-readiness skills, or job-readiness skills.
Employability skills allow you to:
- communicate with coworkers
- solve problems
- understand your role within the team
- make responsible choices, and
- take charge of your own career
Labor Market Reports
RGV LEAD’s labor market report provides information about the Valley—the four-county (Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy) region in South Texas that is served by RGV LEAD. RGV LEAD is focused on helping the Valley develop its most valuable asset: the intellectual capital of its people, especially the students moving through the Valley’s public schools. All RGV LEAD initiatives encourage students to participate in college-and-career-focused programs of study supporting students’ success.
Your national, ANSI-accredited food safety training provider. Comprises a family of websites dedicated to expanding food handlers's access to food safety education and information throughout the United States. These websites, referred to collectively as the eFoodhandlers Network, all offer affordable, FDA-based training to food handlers, workers, students, volunteers and the economically challenged.