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Kentucky Office of Career and Technical Education
The Office of Career and Technical Education is one of four agencies in the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet's Department for Workforce Investment. The Office of Career and Technical Education is responsible for the administration of the Kentucky Tech school district – the first technical education system in the nation to become accredited because of it's continuous improvement process. The Office of Career and Technical Education area technology centers (ATC) provide secondary students the opportunity to gain academic, technical, and occupational skills needed to succeed in college and a career. The 53 Area Technology Centers, strategically located throughout the state, serve 129 local school districts.
The goal of the Office of Career and Technical Education is to create a collaborative relationship with local school districts to enhance growth in Kentucky's educational community. Their vision is to actively engage all students in the mastery of academic and technical skills, the primarypurpose of ATCs is to enhance and expand options students need to be ready for college and a career. All 53 Kentucky Tech ATCs have industry certified programs and teachers.
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