Curriculum Has New Look

Our content management system, which drove Verso, the Administrative Planning Guide, and the Career Planning Guide, is no longer functioning.

But you can still access your curriculum guides. Until a new system is implemented, our curriculum page will provide course frameworks as PDFs and Student Competency Records in Word and Excel formats.

We are working feverishly to make available all the curriculum resources you have come to expect from us. Meanwhile, if you cannot find the course information you need, send a request to

State CTE Conferences Go Virtual

The Virginia Department of Education, the Virginia Association of Career and Technical Administrators, the Southern Regional Education Board, and the Virginia Board of Nursing offered online workshops for CTE educators this summer in lieu of conferences. Find webinar recordings and presentations here.

Are You Ready for Career Success?

The Virginia Department of Education has transformed the popular R U Ready? magazine into a collection of videos. Career Success Stars features students in the 16 Career Clusters who completed CTE courses in Virginia high schools and have found successful careers in their fields.

Workplace Readiness Skills Resources

Lesson ideas and other resources for teachers can be found in our WRS instructional resources.

The 2018 WRS summary report describes the results of research conducted and the data used to updated the Workplace Readiness Skills.

WRS posters can be accessed as a downloadable PDF file. Until our office reopens, we will not be mailing printed posters.

Virginia SAE Record Book Revised

The Virginia Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Record Book has been recently updated. You can find it among the index of Agricultural Education courses and curricula.

Congratulations to Glenda Lewis

Join us in bidding farewell to the Center’s IT Administrator as she retires after 23 years of service to Career and Technical Education in Virginia. Read more.

Office Closed Due to COVID-19

The CTE Resource Center, administered by Henrico County Public Schools, is closed, and staff are working from home at the direction of the school division. We are available by email during regular business hours. See our Contact page for addresses.