Earlier this month, the Fordham Institute released How Aligned is Career and Technical Education to Local Labor Markets? This new report analyzes how well the career and technical education (CTE) courses students take align with national and local labor market demand.
What Others Are Saying
Many of the findings in the Fordham Institute’s report support ExcelinEd’s work in the CTE space. Explore ExcelinEd’s CTE playbook series for steps states can take to ensure their CTE programs lead students to successful career outcomes.
— The 74 (@The74) April 14, 2019
Concentrating in CTE courses does not necessarily mean students are prepared for the workforce. In fact, fewer than 5 percent of high school students in most states leave with a qualification that is honored by employers. https://t.co/V1drkhTYSV
— Fordham Institute (@educationgadfly) April 15, 2019
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— Rudy Ruiz (@RudyRuiz_MD_Ed) April 16, 2019
— Hanover Research (@HanoverResearch) April 14, 2019