The network's New York University research team explores student interest and enrollment in CTE programs in New York City over the last decade in this second installment in a blog series.
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April 2020 | James Kemple, Ph.D., New York University, Sean Corcoran, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, John Sludden, Chelsea Farley, and Kayla Stewart, New York University
April 2020 | Chelsea Farley, James Kemple, Ph.D., John Sludden, Kayla Stewart, New York University, and Sean Corcoran, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
Drawing on early findings from an ongoing study, the network's New York University research team examines New York City's changing supply of career and technical education programs during the last decade.
March 2020 | Katherine Hughes, Ph.D.
In this blog post from the Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest, Dr. Katherine Hughes, director and principal researcher of the CTE Research Network, discusses new data-driven requirements of Perkins V, which provides federal support for CTE programs.
Learning from CTE Research Partnerships: Using Data to Address Access and Equity Barriers in Massachusetts
March 2020 | Corinne Alfeld, Ph.D., Institute of Education Sciences, and Austin Estes, Advance CTE
In this interview, Cliff Chuang at the Massachusetts Department of Education and Shaun Dougherty of Vanderbilt University discuss their partnership studying CTE programs in Massachusetts.
March 2020 | Sarah Brasiel and Jacquelyn Buckley, Institute of Education Sciences, and Michael Gottfried, Ph.D., University of California Santa Barbara
Dr. Michael Gottfried at the University of California, Santa Barbara discusses his research project investigating the CTE pathways that students with learning disabilities take in the pursuit of STEM majors and careers.
February 2020 | Katherine Hughes, Ph.D., American Institutes for Research
Dr. Katherine Hughes, the CTE Research Network’s director and principal investigator, discusses how new practices under Perkins V may lend themselves to research, in this article reprinted from ACTE’s Techniques magazine.