This report from the CTE Research Network Lead team provides preliminary results from an evaluability assessment of CTE programs.
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CTEReady for Causal Research: A National Evaluability Assessment of Career and Technical Education Programs (Preliminary Report)
CTEWhat Happens When You Combine an Accelerated Academic Program with Workplace Exposure and Career Skills?
This podcast episode from the Network's research team at MDRC covers interim findings from their study of New York City's P-TECH 9–14 schools.
CTEBridging the School-to-Work Divide: Interim Implementation and Impact Findings from New York City’s P-TECH 9-14 Schools
This report from the network's research team at MDRC presents interim results from their causal study of New York City's P-TECH Grades 9–14 schools.
Assessing the Alignment between West Virginia’s High School Career and Technical Education Programs and the Labor Market
This study from REL Appalachia examined the alignment of West Virginia's high school CTE programs to the regional labor market.
This report from JFF examined skilled trades education at the high school-level across the nation.
Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Data Tables on Occupational Education from 2006 to 2017
These tables from the National Center for Education Statistics use data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) to show trends in subbaccalaureate occupational education for the 2005/06 to 2016/17 school years.
Postsecondary Occupational Education Among Students Who Took Career and Technical Education in High School
This Data Point from the National Center for Education Statistics looks at the postsecondary enrollment rates of students who took career and technical education (CTE) in high school.
Voices from the Field: How Community Colleges Are Advancing Equity in Career and Technical Education
This Issue Focus from MDRC highlights how community colleges across the nation have worked to address equity issues in their CTE programs.