This recorded CTE Research Network session, presented at ACTE's 2020 CareerTech VISION conference, includes four presentations: (1) "Introduction to the CTE Research Network" by Dr. Kathy Hughes, (2) "The Effects of CTE" by Dr. Shaun Dougherty, (3) "Evaluation of Career and College Promise" by Dr. Julie Edmunds and (4) "Choice and Information" by Ivonne Garcia.
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CTEConnecting Practitioners and Researchers to Study the Impact of CTE (ACTE 2020 CareerTech VISION presentation)
CTEPractitioner Training Modules: Resources for Understanding and Using CTE Data and Research (ACTE 2020 CareerTech VISION presentation)
This recorded CTE Research Network session, presented at ACTE's 2020 CareerTech VISION conference, provides an overview of our series of six self-guided practitioner training modules, launched in late 2020.
This brief from the National Center for Education Statistics examines CTE coursetaking among public high school graduates in 2013 as well as CTE coursetaking trends from 1992 to 2013.
The CTE Research Network seeks to expand the evidence base on the causal impact of CTE programs on student outcomes. But what is “causal impact” and what do CTE educators need to know related to the topic? This webinar provides a discussion with leading researchers about the value of causal impact and other research methodologies.
Addressing the need for systematic measures to fully capture the impact of CTE, this CTE Research Network paper catalogs the measures of CTE exposure that prior studies have used, documents measures and outcomes in more recent causal studies, and offers a framework for how to measure CTE exposure and outcomes in the future.
The CTE Research Network developed this catalog to help researchers identify datasets that can be used for career and technical education research.
Examining High School Career and Technical Education Programs and the Postsecondary Outcomes of CTE Students in the Round Rock Independent School District
This report from Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Southwest describes CTE participation and postsecondary outcomes for the Round Rock Independent School District. In addition to this longitudinal study, the report examines the alignment of high school CTE programs in Central Texas with the region’s high-wage, in-demand career pathways.
This What Works Clearinghouse report summarizes Washington State's Integrated Basic Education Skills and Training (I-BEST) program and its outcomes for community college students. The I-BEST program provides occupational training for students.