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CEV Multimedia Adds Texas-Specific Career Exploration Curriculum

CEV Multimedia today released state-specific Career Exploration curriculum through iCEV to help educators and students with managing new Texas high school graduation requirements.
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CEV Multimedia today released state-specific Career Exploration curriculum through iCEV to help educators and students with managing new Texas high school graduation requirements.

Upon logging-in to the online platform, teachers, counselors or administrators can implement one or more of these playlists:

  • Introduction Playlist for HB and Endorsements
  • Detailed Playlist for Each Endorsement
  • Complete Courses

Because the materials are available online, students can access the curriculum from home and engage parents or guardians in discussing their endorsement choice.

For more information about how iCEV addresses the new requirements in Texas, visit http://www.icevonline.com/landing-pages/hb5a/.

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