Opportunities for Innovation in Research with Perkins V

Opportunities for Innovation in Research with Perkins V

As educators begin to implement the provisions in Perkins V, the new CTE legislation, state and local CTE practitioners can play an important role in identifying areas and questions for research. In this article for Techniques magazine, Katherine Hughes, Ph.D., director and principal investigator of the CTE Research Network, discusses the potential for research in areas such as work-based learning, employability skills, and student recruitment. The article originally appeared in the February 2020 issue of Techniques and has been reprinted with permission.

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About Techniques magazine

The Association for Career and Technical Education, a CTE Research Network Lead partner, publishes Techniques eight times a year. Written for career and technical educators by career and technical educators, each issue of Techniques focuses on leadership, professional development, classroom strategies, emerging trends and research, and innovative techniques for engaging students through CTE and more. The magazine provides CTE practitioners and policyholders with the analysis and objective reporting they need to remain informed. Learn more.