University System of Georgia to provide computer science opportunities for students.
Technical College System of Georgia to expand Dual Enrollment opportunities for high schoolers and increasing articulated credit for CTAE.
Georgia Department of Labor to prepare students to enter the workforce of the future.
Georgia Department of Economic Development to address workforce needs through education.
The Governor's Office of Student Achievement to align CTAE initiatives with the Governor's workforce and economic development initiatives.
Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning to increase kindergarten readiness.
Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency to engage students and youth with disabilities in transitioning to careers.
Georgia Grown (GA Department of Agriculture) to promote products grown in Georgia.
Joint CTE Legislative Commission to review goals for CTAE.
State Business and Industry Advisory Council provides ongoing support and leadership for Georgia's CTAE programs.
Advisory Councils of teachers, parents, students, and superintendents to gather feedback on state policies.
Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education to provide CTAE educators with resources, professional development, leadership, and information.
CTAE Resource Network to provide professional learning and resources to CTAE teachers.
Georgia Council for the Arts through the STEM/STEAM program to better prepare students for Georgia's growing creative economy.
Georgia Professional Standards Commission to increase the number of CTAE teachers.
Southern Regional Education Board to improve education through sound policies, shared resources, and training educators preparing students for what comes next.
Gafutures to provide funding for high school students to take approved college-level coursework for credit towards both high school and college graduation requirements.
Georgia Chamber to provide outreach to local business and industry to support education.
Georgia Economic Developers Association to foster partnerships between education and industry to enrich students' education.
Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education to inform and influence Georgia leaders through research and non-partisan advocacy to impact education policies and practices for the improvement of student achievement.
Discovery Education to provide standards-aligned STEM/STEAM curriculum resources and professional development designed to fuel a cultural shift in teaching and learning.
CODE.org to provide computer science-related professional learning and resources to Georgia teachers.
Georgia Energy and Industrial Construction Consortium to build Georgia's future energy and industrial construction workforce.