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Career Center Resources
Association for Career and Technical Education  The Association 
for Career and Technical Education is the largest national 
education association dedicated to the advancement of education 
that prepares youth and adults for careers. This area offers 
information about the history, mission and structure of ACTE, as 
well as details on our annual awards program.

Business Education Career Path  Resource Consortium provides technical assistance and resource assistance to help educators in preparing students for the challenges of the twenty-first century.

Career and Technical Education Teacher Resources  The following links provide resources for vocational educators including: career and technical education, teaching and learning, academics, occupational safety, career related lesson plans, guidance and career and college planning.

Career, Business Lesson Plans, Teaching Vocational Education is a site to teach and learn basic career, work and business skills.

Education Atlas  the World's most comprehensive guide to the best education sites on the Web. They're sorted by Education Index/Subject and lifestage, so you can find exactly what you're looking for quickly and easily. Whether you're a mother looking for the best home schooling resources for your children, a high school graduate researching colleges, a teacher in need of new lesson ideas for your pupils, or a career professional seeking continuing education opportunities, with over 45,000 manually indexed websites, you're sure to find the resource your looking for at EducationAtlas.com.
Read more: http://educationatlas.com/about-us.html#ixzz27gaS9Ssj 

Michigan Center for Career and Technical Education  Welcome to the electronic curriculum system for Michigan's Career and Technical Education community (State/Regional/Local Administrators, and Instructors). The system is called MI CTE Navigator and provides real-time access to Michigan's state approved CTE program curriculum which is necessary for educational decision-making, management and ultimately student achievement. 

The web-based, online database is comprehensive, statewide, user-friendly, and instructor-driven and can be used for managing the technical standards, career cluster content, segments, resource content, and academic alignment results for all of Michigan's CTE program areas. 

Michigan Office of Career and Technical Education  OCTE oversees high school instructional programs that teach students skills in a specific career cluster. Most programs offer early college credit opportunities to provide a seamless transition to postsecondary education. The mission of the office is to prepare students so they have the necessary academic, technical, and work behavior skills to enter, compete, and advance in education and their careers.