The Education Commission of the States (ECS) recently published a brief focusing on how dual enrollment in CTE helps high school students graduate and enroll in postsecondary education.
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/14/2014 3:52:10 PM
week, the Obama Administration released its budget proposal for FY 2015. We previously
reported that the budget proposes to level fund the Perkins Basic State Grant
at $1.118 billion in FY 2015. In additional to Perkins, we would like to
highlight some other proposals in the budget request that could impact funding
for education and workforce training.
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/12/2014 3:56:48 PM
Youth unemployment in the 21st century is charted in a recent publication from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/12/2014 10:27:39 AM
A new report from
the Association for Computing Machinery recommends developing stronger
pathways for computer science education in order to grow the computing
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/11/2014 5:06:27 PM
We're happy to announce findings from our annual, nationwide survey of
CTE students and educators, conducted in partnership with the National
Research Center for College and University Admissions™ (NRCCUA®).
Findings in CTE Works! 2014 Results from a National Survey, first presented at ACTE's National Policy Seminar last
week, demonstrate that CTE students are preparing for life after high
school by developing and honing technical, academic and employability
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/10/2014 3:48:46 PM
On March 5, the Education Development Center, Inc, released a new white paper, Opportunities
and Challenges in Secondary Career and Technical Education. The paper, first presented at our National Policy Seminar, is based on a survey of local CTE stakeholders and follow-up interviews with state leaders.
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/7/2014 11:29:06 PM
Students attending CTE-focused high schools in New York City are more likely to graduate than their peers, according to a publication from the Community Service Society of New York.
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/7/2014 2:18:46 PM
On Tuesday, the Obama Administration released
its budget proposal for FY 2015. This document, normally
released in early February, outlines the Administration's spending priorities
for the coming year fiscal year. The budget proposes to level fund the Perkins
Basic State Grant at $1.118 billion in FY 2015, with no increase for CTE
National Programs either. ACTE is concerned that continued
inadequacies in state Perkins funding, which is proposed at $5 million below
pre-sequester levels and over $140 million below FY 2010 levels, are negatively
impacting high schools, CTE centers, community and technical colleges,
employers and millions of CTE students nationwide.
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 3/6/2014 12:33:07 PM