Career and Technical Education

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Rethinking Career and Technical Education – Six core qualities

As the economy rapidly shifts toward automation, there is growing consensus that while new jobs will be created, change is the new normal. Youth need training in soft skills alongside preparation for lifetime learning. Systemic change, not minor improvements, will be necessary. States, districts, and schools are adjusting to the aspirations of “new CTE”—as many … Continue reading

Career and Technical Education (CTE) – The more CTE courses students take, the better their education and labor market outcomes

Until the late 1990s, “vocational education” in traditional trades such as carpentry, cosmetology, and auto mechanics was often the presumptive high school placement for low-performing students considered ill-suited for college. However, in the past two decades, policymakers and educators have reconsidered what is now referred to as “Career and Technical Education” (CTE). Done right, secondary … Continue reading

Career and Technical Education (CTE) in US – The more courses students take, the better their education and labor market outcomes

Until the late 1990s, “vocational education” in traditional trades such as carpentry, cosmetology, and auto mechanics was often the presumptive high school placement for low-performing students considered ill-suited for college. However, in the past two decades, policymakers and educators have reconsidered what is now referred to as “Career and Technical Education” (CTE). Done right, secondary … Continue reading

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