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Indiana Academic Standards - CTE: Family and Consumer Sciences
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Middle School FACS 08/20/2014 PDF
Exploring College and Careers 08/20/2014 PDF
Adult Roles and Responsibilities 08/20/2014 PDF
Advanced Child Development 08/20/2014 PDF
Advanced Culinary Arts 08/20/2014 PDF
Advanced Hospitality Management 08/20/2014 PDF
Advanced Life Science Foods 08/20/2014 PDF
Advanced Nutrition and Wellness 08/20/2014 PDF
Biochemistry of Foods 09/26/2016 PDF
Chemistry of Foods (See ALS Foods above) 08/20/2014 --
Consumer Economics 10/23/2011 PDF
Cooperative Occupational Family & Consumer Science 10/23/2011 PDF
Child Development 08/20/2014 PDF
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management 08/20/2014 PDF
Early Childhood Education I 08/20/2014 PDF
Early Childhood Education II 08/20/2014 PDF
Education Professions I 08/20/2014 PDF
Education Professions II 08/20/2014 PDF
Fashion and Textiles Careers I 08/20/2014 PDF
Fashion and Textiles Careers II 08/20/2014 PDF
Housing and Interior Design Careers I, II TBR 05/19/2013 PDF
Human and Social Services I 08/20/2014 PDF
Human and Social Services II 08/20/2014 PDF
Human Development and Wellness 08/20/2014 PDF
Interpersonal Relationships 08/20/2014 PDF
Intro to Culinary Arts and Hospitality 08/20/2014 PDF
Introduction to Fashion and Textiles 08/20/2014 PDF
Introduction to Housing and Interior Design 08/20/2014 PDF
Nutrition and Wellness 08/20/2014 PDF
Nutrition Science Careers I and II 08/20/2014 PDF
Personal Financial Responsibility 08/09/2016 PDF
Preparing for College and Careers 08/20/2014 PDF
Residential Property Management Careers I and II 05/19/2013 DOCX

Indiana Content Area Literacy Standards
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Science/Technical Studies Content Area Literacy 04/15/2014 PDF

Application of Content

Intensive laboratory applications are a component of this course and may be either school based or work based or a combination of the two.  Work-based learning experiences should be in a closely related industry setting.  Instructors shall have a standards-based training plan for students participating in work-based learning experiences.

Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs)

Career and Technical Student Organizations are considered a powerful instructional tool when integrated into Career and Technical Education programs. They enhance the knowledge and skills students learn in a course by allowing a student to participate in a unique program of career and leadership development. Students should be encouraged to participate in FCCLA, the CTSO for the most closely related subject matter areas.