In this Q&A, our directors discuss the goals of the CTE Research Network and how they hope it will contribute to the field. This article originally appeared in the September 2019 issue of Techniques magazine, published by the Association for Career and Technical Education.
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CTEIndicates network article
October 2019 | Katherine Hughes, Ph.D., American Institutes for Research; Shaun Dougherty, Ed.D., Vanderbilt University; and James Bartlett, Ph.D., North Carolina State University
August 2019 | Julie Edmunds, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, and Fatih Unlu, Ph.D., RAND Corporation
Learn about our newest research team, based at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The team's principal investigators describe the focus and goals of their research project, which is examining a statewide career-focused dual enrollment program in North Carolina.
CTEIn Conversation With Katie Graham: A State Leader’s Thoughts on the Need for Outcome Data in CTE
June 2019 | Alisha Hyslop, ACTE, and Katie Graham, Nebraska Department of Education
In this Q&A, Alisha Hyslop, director of public policy at the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE), sits down with Katie Graham, state director for career and technical education (CTE) in Nebraska, to talk about the state of CTE research, the need for more, and Nebraska’s efforts to leverage the research and resources available.
May 2019 | Rachel Rosen, Ph.D., MDRC
Our mission at the CTE Research Network is to increase the amount of causal research on CTE and encourage the use of research in program design and implementation. But why this emphasis now? What is the urgency? Network member Rachel Rosen, Ph.D., a research associate at MDRC, explores the answers to these questions.