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Understanding Career and Technical Education and Special Education: What IEP Teams Need to Know
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The purpose of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) is to decide on the educational placement for an individual student. For a secondary student with a disability, one option for vocational skill training is enrolling in a career and technical education (CTE) program at a Career and Technical Center (CTC) or high school. There, secondary students with disabilities can pursue employment and continued education or training as a goal after high school. To make certain that a CTE program is the appropriate choice, the student, the student's family, and the rest of the IEP team should ensure that the student's interests, strengths, and needs are aligned with the available CTE programs. All IEP team members should be aware of the information regarding special education and CTE programs.

Career and Technical Education
Special Education
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Pennsylvania Department of Education
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