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Student Services - Academic Integration

It is the mission of the TBAISD Career-Tech Center to provide students with skills and learning experiences for employment and life-long learning. To this end, students in the technical programs are provided with support in the areas of: technical reading, writing, and mathematics; career preparation skills (resumes, letters of introduction, etc.); technology and computer skills; and the development of working and presentation portfolios.

Using the Accuplacer test, all entering students’ basic skills are assessed. These tests are used, in part, to determine a student’s ability to be successful in the technical program.

The technical curriculum has been aligned to the Common Core state ELA and math standards, national and state technical standards, the Michigan Career and Employability standards, and The Common CareerTtechnical Core. Students will encounter a curriculum that is seamless, as these standards are all interwoven.

In addition, highly qualified teachers in the areas of English Language Arts and mathematics are assigned to technical programs and have developed curricula and work alongside the technical instructor to deliver instruction. Questions regarding academic credit at the Career-Tech Center can be forwarded to Stephanie Long, Curriculum Supervisor, [email protected].

TBAISD Career-Tech Center- Michigan Merit Curriculum Offerings  2018-19