enrolled in year 2, 3, or 4 of the Early Childhood Education Program are
part of a CTSO or Career and Technical Student Organization. The career
and technical student organization (CTSO) is regarded as an integral part of career and technical education. CTSOs play an important part in
preparing young people to become productive citizens and then assume
roles of leadership in their communities. These organizations provide a
unique program of career and leadership development, motivation, and
recognition for secondary and post-secondary students enrolled in career
and technical education programs. Educators have found that the CTSO is
a powerful instructional tool that works best when it is integrated
into the career and technical education curriculum. Career and Technical
Education instructors provide organized curriculum-oriented activities
that help students gain career, leadership, and personal skills that maximize employability and the ability to become productive citizens in the workforce, home, and community.
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