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Meet West Virginia CTE Standards

CTE Curriculum for West Virginia School Districts

West Virginia CTE teachers use the AES curriculum system to save time planning and grading so they can focus on empowering students.

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AES CTE Curriculum

A Comprehensive CTE Curriculum for West Virginia Districts

Meet West Virginia CTE standards and prepare your students for success with an all-in-one system designed to save you hours every week. With AES you can teach:

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Introductory health science concepts to provide students with strong foundational knowledge and skills practice for certification success.

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Essential business and career readiness topics to equip your students to become future entrepreneurs and industry leaders. 

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Computer applications like Google and Microsoft Office to prepare students for any professional environment. 

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A Plan for West Virginia Teachers

3 Steps to Make More Time for Your Students

Trying new curriculum can feel overwhelming, but West Virginia CTE teachers like you deserve the chance to leave a lasting impact in the classroom. Follow these simple steps to get back to what you love - empowering your students.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions West Virginia educators ask about our CTE curriculum system.

What courses can I teach with AES?

What health science certifications does AES align with?

How much will the AES curriculum system cost for my program?

What’s included in the free trial?

Save Time and Empower West Virginia Students

Instead of wasting energy creating curriculum and grading student work, let AES handle it for you. Our easy-to-use, comprehensive CTE curriculum system will save you hours each week so you can get back to what matters - teaching your students.

Sign up today and become the teacher you want to be.

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