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    Learning to Work, Working to Learn: Transforming Career and Technical Education

    Learning to Work, Working to Learn: Transforming Career and Technical EducationPublished by National Association of State Boards of Education, 2008

    A study group developed sets of recommendations for state boards of education to consider as they incorporate the role of CTE into their overall vision and plan for education.

    Key Findings:

    • Provide meaningful opportunities for all students to engage in rigorous and relevant career and technical education.
    • Engage industry and community leaders in meaningful partnerships
    • Adopt policies to integrate CTE and academic coursework and standards, while providing multiple assessments to measure skill and knowledge attainment
    • Ensure seamless transitions for students from high school to postsecondary and beyond
    • Develop policies to address quality, recruitment and compensation for CTE instructors
    • Address the poor image of CTE with educators, parents, guidance counselors and the public

    To view this study, click here.


    Categories: Career and Technical Education

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