States, districts and full- or shared-time technology centers that join the TCTW network gain access to a framework of continuous improvement strategies that increase student achievement and the expert support they need to successfully implement and sustain those strategies.
TCTW helps ensure that students:
- Have equitable access to career pathways that lead to credentials and careers in high-demand fields.
- Cultivate the broad mix of academic, technical and employability skills the modern workplace demands.
- Gain a head start on an industry-recognized credential or postsecondary certificate, credential or degree before graduating.
SREB partners with states, districts and centers in the TCTW network to deliver customized technical assistance, professional development and coaching services to participating centers. An annual TCTW Leaders’ Forum brings state, district and center leaders together to identify and solve pressing problems of practice.
SREB also encourages policymakers to adopt legislation and policies that support the critical role technology centers play in their states’ educational and workforce development systems.
State memberships offer the most cost effective access to TCTW services.
Current state members of the TCTW network are Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.
Districts and individual centers are also welcome to join TCTW.
For more information, contact Linda Floyd.