Welcome to CTeLearning!
Since 2003, we have enjoyed partnering with educators to create and deliver the best and most innovative CTE, STEM and STEAM courses. Our personalized approach helps educators gain the tools to make each moment count for their learners.
Our media rich, highly interactive approach to online and blended learning is allowing educators to adapt, change, and reshape the way they teach. We strive to make CTE and STEM/STEAM courses simpler to deliver, user friendly and more accessible to all without sacrificing the fun, excitement, and discovery that is great teaching.
Industry CertificationAll students in middle school, high school and adult educators can receive industry certification with many of our courses. Find out more below.
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Curriculum for Chromebooks & MoreOur user friendly curriculum performs consistently well on mobile devices, tablets, chromebooks and of course PC/Mac laptop or desktops. Find out how easy it is to deploy our STEM education no matter what device you are using.
TestimonialsTeachers and students alike have had a lot to say about CTeLearning's easily accessible online curriculum for over a decade.
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Our Education BlogRead stories of success and insights on the world of STEM education.
$500 - $5000 Certification Grants Made Available to CTE Programs WebProfessionals.org, a not for profit organization for the global web design and development community, has announced certification grants for web students and teachers in the U.S at no cost to the
As organizations scramble to find ways to connect with middle school and high school students through summer bootcamps and afterschool programs, the partnership between the California State University Los Angeles (CSULA) Pathways program and Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD)
COVID-19 disrupted the 2019-2020 school year in a major way. When schools began to shut down, teachers, administrators, parents and students were left scrambling to figure out what the rest of the spring would look like. Read about how one