Joint Technological Education District (JTED)
Welcome to the
What Does JTED mean?
The school boards of Kingman Unified, Lake Havasu Unified, Colorado River Union, and Parker Unified, as well as the citizens of each local school district, voted to create a JTED District. The JTED functions as an independent school district with one governing board comprised of representatives from each participating local school district.
The students in career and technical education at the five participating high schools are all members of the
There is a partnership with local community colleges and a utilization of shared spaces, equipment, staff and facilities. Students receive instruction from highly qualified staff members who are often workplace specialists. In pursuing specialized work certificates and training, the students are able to graduate with marketable workforce skills and better preparation for college. Many of the students are able to accumulate community college credit hours, giving them a jump start on their four-year degrees.
Working with local businesses is the vision of
The Western Arizona Vocational Education District, collaborating with business and community, provides students academic, career, and technical preparation for a global, competitive marketplace.
Philosophy and Educational Commitment
We will develop community workforce partnerships.
We will meet future community employment needs with appropriate coursework.
We will offer a variety of educational experiences to include lab instruction, classroom construction, and world of work experience.
We will have seamless interaction with partner high schools.
We will expand and enhance current courses.
We will enable
We will prepare