Career Development Coordination
Works collaboratively with administrators, student services personnel, and teachers to ensure the delivery of career development services. CDCs facilitate linkages with parents, business/industry, postsecondary institutions, and community organizations to support students' transition to postsecondary education and employment.

Civil Rights
These guidelines explain the civil rights responsibilities of recipients of Federal funds who are Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and other subrecipients (i.e., Charter schools) offering or administering vocational education/workforce development education programs.

Gender Equity
The gender equity/nontraditional aspects of Career and Technology Education provide information that CTE teachers, academic teachers, counselors, and administrators can use to assist all students, both male and female, in setting and attaining educational goals. These goals should be based on individual interests, aptitudes, and abilities.

High Schools That Work

High Schools That Work is the nation's first large-scale effort to engage state, district and school leaders and teachers in partnerships with students, parents and the community to improve the way all high school students are prepared for work and further education.

Instructional Management
Provides schools with a computerized system that can be used to disseminate essential standards in the form of blueprints for courses; provide instructional strategies to teach essential standards containing 21st century content; provide formative, benchmark, performance, and summative assessments; document student achievement and academic growth; and provide accountability data.

Special Populations Coordination
The primary function of special populations coordination is to ensure that members of special populations receive services and job training.