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To find the updated Career Clusters/Pathways foundation courses designed for students starting a new career cluster pathway and entering a Georgia public high school for the first time in Fall 2013, these courses are located on a different web page. Please click this Career Clusters/Pathways web page link to view these courses. Career Pathways Pathways below are intended for teachers to instruct students currently in grades 10, 11 or 12 and enrolled in a career pathway. Middle School Business and Computer Science Performance Standards Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) for Technical Subjects FYI: Technical Subjects is the area for Business and Computer Science Programs Cluster Resources Career Technical Student Organizations Georgia CTSO.
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Ten Program Concentrations were developed for Georgia based upon this work. Each Program Concentration has Career Pathways that have been developed for students to select and complete. Career Pathways have three or four specialized courses developed to provide students rigorous core elements, performance standards, and skills necessary after high school graduation to go straight into the workforce or choose college/university, or the military for additional training. Central to all of the pathways will be the 11 Foundation Skills. . • STEM Frameworks of Instruction. Career, Technical and Agricultural Education. Best programs for teaching video game design to middle school students.