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CDE Guidance for Reopening CTE Programs

The Career and College Transition Division (CCTD) has produced this guidance document focusing exclusively on CTE. It is intended to be an additional, but critical resource for local boards of education and administrators as they consider offering and teaching CTE programs. The guidance is particularly important for CTE teachers to make sure that the curriculum offered and taught remains high-quality even as they take into consideration all the necessary measures for a safe classroom environment.

Download CDE Guidance for Reopening CTE Programs

Promotional CTE Videos

Promotional Video for Career and College Readiness Programs

View this video at the link above. It is also available for download in a variety of formats:

Articulation Subsystem Stimulating Inter-institutional Student Transfer (ASSIST)
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California.

Information about Colleges and Universities: – Information about colleges and universities: accreditation, academic programs, course description, etc. – Information about course credits transfer from a California community college to a UC or CSU campus – Information about educational and career planning in California – Information about the CSU campuses: application, academic programs, course descriptions, etc. – Information about the UC campuses: application, academic programs, course descriptions, etc. – Information about independent (private) colleges and universities in California – Information about public and private institutions in the U.S. – Information about educational options for veterans residing or stationing in California – Information about study abroad scholarships to member college participants – Information about graduate schools in the U.S.


Information about Occupations and Career Planning: – Job descriptions, outlook and job training – Information on occupations  – Online jobs in California and a resume bank – Career tests and free career planning information  – Career tests, educational opportunities, and professional associations  – Information on the working world  – Job descriptions and job training – Labor market in the state or a county – Trends and issues related to the employment of the college educated  – An estimate on the potential wages to be earned two years and five years after receiving a certificate or degree in certain disciplines

Course Matrix: Statewide list of ROP courses


Information about Financial Aid and Scholarships: – Information about federal financial assistance: grants, loans and work-study programs – Information about grants from California government for qualified college students – Information about financial assistance beyond Cal Grants – Information about scholarships available to qualified SBVC students – Comprehensive information about financial aid