CTE Research Review: Q&A with Julie Edmunds on the Evaluation of Career and College Promise

CTE Research Review: Q&A with Julie Edmunds on the Evaluation of Career and College Promise

In this Q&A blog post, Network researcher Julie Edmunds describes her study with RAND evaluating North Carolina's Career & College Promise and what the team is learning about the program's career and technical education (CTE) dual enrollment pathway. As state CTE leaders seek replicable, high-impact strategies to implement dual enrollment and pathways programs, Edmund’s study presents state-level evidence on the impact and cost-effectiveness of these programs.

This blog post is the first in a Q&A series featuring interviews with three of our Network researchers—Julie Edmunds, Shaun Dougherty, and Rachel Rosen—discussing what they are learning about the impact of CTE. Advance CTE is producing the series in partnership with the CTE Research Network.

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Advance CTE and the CTE Research Network