This working paper, by the network research team led by Dr. Shaun Dougherty at Vanderbilt University, examines the effects for students of gaining admission to a stand-alone CTE high school in Connecticut.
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CTEThe Effects of Career and Technical Education: Evidence from the Connecticut Technical High School System
CTE programs are enjoying a renaissance, but how can these programs avoid the inequities that plagued vocational education in the past? In this policy brief from MDRC, 14 CTE practitioners tackle this question.
This website provides an overview of the Career and College Promise program.
Housed at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, this website provides an overview of the Career and College Promise dual enrollment program.
This report, published in Education Next, examines the relationship between taking CTE coursework and high school graduates’ success in college or the workforce.
This report from CRPE identified 32 programs from around the country representing the variety of efforts being used to reinvent CTE.
This research brief from the Center for Education Policy Analysis at the University of Connecticut discusses whether CTE is meeting its goal to prepare students for careers and college.
ACTE's infographic highlights important moments in federal CTE policy and has been updated to include Perkins V.