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This Inside IES Research blog post describes two recent awards from the National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER) for studies focused on improving CTE for students with disabilities.February 24, 2021 | Alice Bravo, IES Intern through the Virtual Student Federal Service, and Akilah Nelson, Program Officer at NCSER
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Research Network seeks to expand the evidence base on the impact of CTE programs on student outcomes and is working to encourage more rigorous research—studies designed to show a causal impact—to meet that goal. This blog post aims to demystify causal impact and explain its value to CTE practitioners.February 16, 2021 | By Stephen DeWitt, Association for Career and Technical Education
This Inside IES Research blog post highlights a new National Center for Educational Research (NCER) project focused on deepening the CTE field's understanding of how best to support adults seeking additional CTE education and training in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).February 16, 2021 | Meredith Larson, National Center for Educational Research
Our 2020 CTE Research Training Institute was a great success—even with the sudden shift to a virtual setting. Shaun Dougherty, network co-principal investigator, and Jill Walston, network training lead, reflect on the five-day institute and its goal of building the next generation of CTE researchers.November 13, 2020 | Shaun Dougherty and Jill Walston, CTE Research Network
The CTE Research Network began our third year this fall. This Inside IES Research blog post looks back over the past year and highlights some of our recent accomplishments.October 23, 2020 | Inside IES Research, Institute of Education Sciences
The network research team at MDRC is conducting the first rigorous evaluation of the New York City P-TECH Grades 9–14 model, which connects high schools, local community colleges, and employers to help students bridge the school-to-work divide. Report authors Rachel Rosen, Ph.D., and Crystal Byndloss, Ph.D., discuss the initial findings.September 29, 2020 | By Rachel Rosen, Ph.D., and Crystal Byndloss, Ph.D., MDRC