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Career and Technical Education - Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and Coherent Sequences

 

In May 2007, the 80th Texas Legislature passed HB 3485, requiring the State Board of Education (SBOE) by rule to revise the essential knowledge and skills for career and technical education not later than Sept. 1, 2009.

The SBOE appointed writing teams to make recommendations for revisions to the CTE Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Writing teams began work in the Spring 2008 to review the current CTE TEKS and make recommendations for revisions. Recommendations for revision of the TEKS were adopted by the SBOE at the July 2009 meeting.

A recommended course sequence and a text equivalent description of the recommended course sequence for each cluster may be accessed using the links below. If you have difficulty accessing any of the documents below please send an email request for the specific document you need to TEKS@tea.state.tx.us

Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
Architecture and Construction
Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications
Business Management and Administration
Education and Training
Finance
Government and Public Administration
Health Science
Hospitality and Tourism
Human Services
Information Technology
Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security
Manufacturing
Marketing
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
Career Development

Subchapter A: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF) 

Subchapter B: Architecture and Construction

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter C: Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter D: Business Management and Administration

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter E: Education and Training

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter F: Finance

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF) 

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter G: Government and Public Administration

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF) 

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter H: Health Science

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter I: Hospitality and Tourism

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF) 

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter J: Human Services

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)  

Subchapter K: Information Technology

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter L: Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter M: Manufacturing

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

 Subchapter N: Marketing 

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter O: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (PDF)text equivalent (PDF)

Subchapter P: Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)

Recommended Sequences (pdf)text equivalent (PDF)

Chapter 127: Career Development and Middle School

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (PDF)


Curriculum Division
1701 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 463-9581
Email: Curriculum@tea.state.tx.us

 

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