This presentation provides an overview of our series of self-guided training modules. The six modules are designed to help CTE practitioners and state department of education staff strengthen their capacity to access, conduct, understand, and use CTE research.
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This issue brief by RTI International summarizes the examined strategies that districts and schools in Florida use to help high school students earn industry-recognized certifications and the benefits and challenges of these programs.
This REL Southwest descriptive study examined the extent to which Texas high school graduates met college, career, and military readiness (CCMR) accountability standards. The study also examined whether graduates who did not meet CCMR accountability standards demonstrated career readiness via alternative career readiness options identified by the Texas Education Agency: career and technical education (CTE) completer, CTE concentrator, CTE explorer, CTE participant, and work-based learner.
CTESetting the Stage for a New Generation of CTE Evidence: NYC as a Hub for CTE Innovation and Research
In this presentation, our network research team at New York University provides an overview of the team's evaluation of the numerous high school CTE options available in New York City.
Virginia High School Graduates’ Career and Technical Education Credentials: Top Credentials Over Time and Across Student Groups
This REL Appalachia report examines the CTE credentials that Virginia high school graduates most commonly earned from 2011 through 2017 as well as the top 10 credentials earned by 2017 Standard diploma graduates in Virginia across a variety of student subgroups, including English learner students, economically disadvantaged students, students with disabilities, and racial/ethnic subgroups.
This recorded CTE Research Network session, presented at ACTE's 2020 Virtual CareerTech VISION conference, describes interim findings from MDRC's evaluation of seven of New York City’s P-TECH 9–14 schools, which enable students to earn a high school diploma and an applied associate degree at the same time.
Advance CTE and the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) co-designed this set of tools and resources to help states improve their CTE data reporting and communication.
This report from the Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship's (PAYA) Data Quality Workgroup discusses the challenges and opportunities for using data to improve quality and equity in youth apprenticeships and provides next steps for the field.