Baldwin's Class of 2020 Students in CTAE Pathways Earn Graduation Rate of 94.62 Percent
Congratulations goes out to the students in the Baldwin High School Class of 2020 enrolled in Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) pathways for achieving a graduation rate of 94.62 percent! The expansion of the high school’s college and career academy pathways has helped the school catapult to a state-of-the-art program.
“It’s incredibly important that we introduce kids to possibilities for their lives after high school, that we make education relevant and give them a chance to explore the careers they’d like to pursue,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “Year after year, the results of Georgia’s Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education program speak for themselves and show how essential it is that we continue to invest in career education.”
CTAE in Georgia delivers a high-school experience that prepares students for their lives after high school. Students can learn skills for real-world careers in more than 100 Career Pathways – from financial technology to flight operations – while earning recognized industry credentials and participating in work-based learning and apprenticeship opportunities.
Career Pathways are for all students, no matter which path they plan to take. Pathway completers are prepared to pursue higher education, enter the military, accept an apprenticeship opportunity, or immediately begin their career.