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Dropout Recovery

Dropout Recovery is a statewide project led by the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.

It helps students complete requirements for high school credentials, stabilize their lives and prepare for transition from high school to a career or college. This initiative serves out-of-school youth from 15-19 years old. Students participating in Dropout Recovery receive opportunities to earn academic credit and participate in career-specific training.

Role of CareerTech:

ODCTE is working to establish additional sites in densely populated areas of the state to serve this out-of-school population.

Contact:

Kent Roof – 405-743-5542 – kent.roof@careertech.ok.gov

Current Projects and Locations

Technology Center Location
Canadian Valley Technology Center El Reno
Central Technology Center Sapulpa
Francis Tuttle Technology Center Oklahoma City
Great Plains Technology Center Lawton
Metro Technology Center Oklahoma City
Mid-Del Technology Center Midwest City
Pioneer Technology Center Ponca City
Southern Technology Center Ardmore
Tulsa Technology Center Tulsa
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