Welcome to the Indiana Department of Education Office of College and Career Readiness. This site will provide you with helpful information regarding the new Indiana Academic Standards, as well as information about content subject areas, Career and Technical Education and STEM. What does it mean to be college and career ready? In Indiana, this is defined as an individual who has the knowledge, skills and abilities to succeed in post-secondary education and economically viable career opportunities.
College and Career Readiness Programs
Indiana Academic Standards - The new state standards were adopted in April of 2014 and outline what students should know and be able to do for each content/subject area and grade level or grade band.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) - Check out this link for some great information about CTE courses and programs, Industry Certifications and the Technical Honors diploma option, and much more!
STEM - is the integration of interdisciplinary literacy across the content areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Indiana has a vibrant and growing STEM community!
Content Subject Area Pages
- Career and Technical Education
- Economics Education
- English/Language Arts
- Fine Arts
- Health & Wellness, Physical Education
- Social Studies
- Global Learning and World Languages
- Accuplacer and Remediation
- Advanced Placement (AP) Program in Indiana
- Indiana Literacy Early Intervention Grant
- International Baccalaureate
- State Review of Textbooks and Curricular Materials
- Teachers' Toolbox
If you would like the Office of College and Career Readiness to provide professional development regarding the new standards, Career and Technical Education, STEM or eLearning, please fill out the Request for Expertise form. Please note the ability of an on-site visit depends on availability and scheduling.