The Education program prepares students for occupations in teaching and early childhood education. The Education concentration is further divided into pathways that are more specialized areas of study with an identified sequence of courses in that area. Educational levels, salaries, and demand vary within the concentration. This program allows students the opportunities to experience classroom and laboratory components combine hands-on projects with a rigorous curriculum to prepare students for the most challenging programs including articulated credit through a partnerships with some University System of Georgia institutions, work-based learning opportunities through the Youth Apprenticeship Program and other career- related activities, and, currently membership in the Family, Career & Community Leaders of America. FCCLA is an organization that provides opportunities to build leadership and competitive skills necessary in the world of work and in the community.
For further information about the Education Program, please read more at the CTAE website link below.
*Courses Required for Pathway Completion