This report from the Fordham Institute examines whether students in high school CTE programs tend to take courses in high-demand and/or high-wage industries.
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Learn how CTE course-taking has changed over 30 years, from 1982 to 2013, in this report from the American Enterprise Institute.
The CTE Statistics web tables from the National Center for Education Statistics provide the most recent data available on U.S. public high school students' CTE coursetaking, including trends in CTE coursetaking since 1992.
The National Center for Innovation in Career and Technical Education, led by RTI International, conducted scientifically based research and evaluation to expand the understanding, increase the effectiveness, and improve the delivery of CTE instruction.
This paper from the College & Career Academy Support Network describes work-related education in high schools.
What's In A Pathway? Evidence Indicates That Integrated College Career Pathways Provide More Benefit
This paper from the College & Career Academy Support Network describes recent developments and current challenges in college and career pathways.
Building Better Bridges to Life after High School: Experimental Evidence on Contemporary Career Academies
This working paper from the National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research examines the profile of students entering career academies in the Wake County Public School System.
This report from CNA examines whether the outcomes for CTE students reflect a positive impact for CTE participation.