Indiana Career and Technical Education Pathways
The definition of a CTE Concentrator is a student must earn a C average in at least two non-duplicative advanced courses within a particular program or program of study. Though current high school students are grandfathered under the previous CTE Concentrator definition – earning at least 6 high school credits in a career sequence – schools may opt to use this new definition of two courses for their current students.
Use for the Six Credit Definition (Perkins IV)
Use for the Two Advanced Course Completion Definition (Perkins V)
- CTE Pathway Courses approved for the 2023 cohort
- CTE Pathway Courses approved for the 2023 Cohort - w/intro, related, and advanced courses
Guidance for Schools Pursuing Perkins IV or Perkins V Concentrator Status
Are your course offerings aligned to Labor Demand?
Here are some great resources to help you along the way.