Two members of the Equity in CTE Workgroup, an effort of the CTE Research Network, discuss how the research teams in our network are addressing equity in their research and practices. The post is the second in a series exploring equity in CTE research.
This blog post evaluates the evidence underlying the five recommendations in the Designing and Delivering Career Pathways at Community Colleges practice guide, produced by the What Works Clearinghouse.
The network research team at MDRC is conducting the first rigorous evaluation of the New York City P-TECH Grades 9–14 model, which connects high schools, local community colleges, and employers to help students bridge the school-to-work divide. Report authors Rachel Rosen, Ph.D., and Crystal Byndloss, Ph.D., discuss the initial findings.
This blog post from the Equity in CTE Workgroup, on behalf of the CTE Research Network, discusses strategies for improving equity in CTE research.
This Inside IES Research blog post highlights the CTE Research Network's recently released preliminary report of its evaluability assessment, which identified four CTE programs ready for rigorous evaluation.
The network's New York University research team explores student interest and enrollment in CTE programs in New York City over the last decade in this second installment in a blog series.