IV Programs of Study

TEA Units of Study: TEKS "Knowledge and skills" subsections covered:

A. Sections of specific program of study B. Levels of education required C. Skills needed for specific program of study

  • (3) The student explores programs of study.
    • (A) compare levels of education for careers of personal interest
    • (B) identify the academic and technical skills needed
    • (C) develop a personal program of study for at least one career

D. School coursework grades 9-12+ (individualized for each student)

  • (4) The student explores the professional skills needed for college and career success.
    • (A) articulate the importance of strong academic skills to meet personal academic and career goals
    • (C) develop a personal six- or eight-year achievement plan that incorporates rigorous academic and relevant enrichment courses


  • Labor Market and Career Information Career Orientation Curriculum
  • Labor Market and Career Information Career Investigation Newspaper
  • Labor Market and Career Information Career Success Newspaper
  • Labor Market and Career Information Pathways to Personal Independence
  • Labor Market and Career Information Licensed Occupations and Apprenticeships Contacts in Texas
  • Achieve Texas http://www.achievetexas.org
  • Career Clusters http://www.careerclusters.org
  • Texas CARES http://www.texascaresonline.com

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