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Career & Technical Education
Career and Technical Education (CTE) consists of a variety of challenging Programs of Study and Courses that are offered at Region 7 area schools. These Programs of Study and Courses are associated with the sixteen federally defined Career Clusters that include: 

    1)  Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
    2)  Architecture and Construction
    3)  Arts, A/V Technology and Communications
    4)  Business, Management, and Administration 
    5)  Education and Training
    6)  Finance 
    7)  Government and Public Administration     
    8)  Health Science
    9)  Hospitality and Tourism
   10)  Human Services
   11)  Information Technology
   12)  Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security
   13)  Manufacturing
   14)  Marketing, Sales, and Service
   15)  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
   16)  Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics.
The Career and Technical Education Coordinator at Region 7 Education Service Center provides supportive services and resources to area school districts to initiate and maintain quality Career and Technical Education programs in accordance with the Texas State Plan for Career and Technical Education 2008-2013.

2017 Preliminary A-F Ratings Chart (printable)

Understanding the A-F Ratings (printable)


CTE Course Sequences & Prerequisites (printable)

Region 7 CTE Live Binders

Region 7 CTE Resources (printable)

Region 7 CTE Upcoming Events

Texas Education Data Standards (TEDS) - PEIMS Course ID Codes

Videos: Courtesy of Tyler ISD and Texas Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) East

R. Hopkins, PHEP, Director of Public Health Emergency for Northeast Texas Public Health District

"The Role and Function of Public Health Emergency"
Paul McGaha, D.O., M.P.H., Deputy Director of Northeast Texas Center for Rural Health and Associate Professor for Community Health and Preventative Medicine for UT Health Northeast

"The State of Health for East Texans and What can be Done to Improve Outcomes"
George T. Roberts, Jr., FACHE, Chief Executive Officer of Northeast Texas Public Health District

"The Role of Northeast Texas Public Health District"
Program Contact
Adrian Knight, M.Ed.
(903) 988-6810
(903) 988-6860 fax