IDCTE releases its 2023 Annual Report

The Idaho Division of Career Technical Education (IDCTE) has released its 2023 Annual Report

For the third year in a row, the report highlights successful programs in each region, calling attention to the initiatives and collaborative efforts that help ensure students are prepared to meet workforce demands. This year’s report features:

  • Bonners Ferry High School’s Cabinetmaking and Bench Carpentry program.
  • Lewiston High School’s Digital Media Production program.
  • Swan Falls High School’s Diesel Technology program.
  • North Idaho College’s Center for New Directions.
  • College of Southern Idaho’s Commercial Driver’s License program.
  • Idaho State University College of Technology’s Automotive Technology program.
  • Idaho Falls School District No. 91 Career Technical Education Center’s Cybersecurity program.

“Our programs benefitted from the financial support of Governor Little and the legislature, and this year’s report is a powerful testament to the return on those investments,” said Dr. Clay Long, IDCTE’s state administrator.

The report documents some of IDCTE’s major accomplishments, including:

  • Finalizing a request or proposal for a new data and reporting system.
  • Supporting almost 300 new CTE educators.
  • Experiencing exponential program growth.
  • Investing in program expansion and modernization.
  • Reassessing and aligning program standards.
  • Increasing the number of Workforce Readiness and CTE Diplomas issued.

The 2023 Annual Report also highlights IDCTE’s Exemplary Program Awards. Read the full 2023 Annual Report online.