When it comes to K-12 education, not all state standards are created equal. That’s why we’re putting together state-specific guides for teachers and administrators to use to create the most effective engineering, architectural, and manufacturing design programs. Select your state below.
Meet requirements of the California engineering and architectural design pathways and prepare your students for careers.
Prepare your STEM and Architecture & Construction career cluster students to earn credentials approved by the Georgia Department of Education.
Discover the most popular engineering and architectural credentials for PLTW students in Maryland.
Learn how to comply with Texas industry-recognized credentials (IRCs) and get students certified for college and careers.
Find out how to help your engineering, architectural, and manufacturing design students earn Utah State Board of Education’s industry-recognized credentials of value.
Discover how you can prepare your students for industry-recognized credential exams. Plus, learn about the state grant program that will reimburse your district for each student who earns an approved certification.
Don’t see your state guide yet?
We’re continuing to add new ones, so please check back in. For now, download our State-by-State Guide to Industry-recognized Credentials in Engineering and Architectural Design for important credentialing information in your state.