The Office of Career and Technology Education provides the direction, leadership, and technical assistance to all Technology Education programs in Cecil County's high schools and School of Technology. Career and Technology Education is "value-added" education. Many CTE programs help students obtain industry-recognized articulated or transcripted credits. Students have the opportunity to participate in work-based learning experiences in order to learn on the job in addition to learning in the classroom.
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