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  • Better Communication About Student Data Encouraged

    New Department of Education guidance for schools and districts encourages better informing parents and students about how data is collected and used.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/28/2014 1:56:56 PM

  • Data Driven: Women in STEM

    Although women occupy almost half of all jobs in the U.S. economy, they fill less than 25 percent of STEM jobs. CTE helps by exposing young women to a wide-range of STEM skills and occupations.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/28/2014 1:48:56 PM

  • Computing and Engineering Majors More Likely to Work in STEM

    Engineering and computing students are more likely than other STEM graduates to be employed in STEM occupations. In addition, men continue to dominate STEM employment.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/25/2014 11:10:37 AM

  • America Rated Low on Education Innovation

    The U.S. is ranked near the bottom in an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) report measuring innovation in education. However, the U.S. is innovating in areas related to assessment and key workplace skills.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/23/2014 11:23:34 AM

  • Digging Into Non-degree Credential Attainment

    New data tables illustrate patterns in license and certification attainment by U.S. adults.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/17/2014 3:55:07 PM

  • ROI Equal for Associate and Bachelor's Degrees

    Researchers analyzed more than 40 years of data to determine that the return on investment for both associate and bachelor's degrees has been about 15 percent for the past decade.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/16/2014 11:22:29 AM

  • CTE Prepares the Agriculture and Natural Resources Workforce

    Learn how CTE is developing the qualified workforce in agriculture, food and natural resources with our newest Sector Sheet.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/14/2014 10:48:29 AM

  • Four Years to Degree for California Community College Students

    According to an analysis of California community colleges, students are taking a median of four years to earn an associate degree and graduating with 18 more credits than typically required.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 7/10/2014 5:54:03 PM

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