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  • Where the Middle-wage Jobs Live

    Data points to a growing demand for middle-skill, middle-wage jobs in certain CTE fields; middle-wage jobs are most prevalent in Wyoming, Iowa, North Dakota and Michigan.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 6/10/2014 10:30:51 AM

  • Better Data for Postsecondary Decision-making

    Student and parents are increasingly paying attention to postsecondary employment and earnings outcomes, reports a new publication from CLASP.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 6/6/2014 1:44:11 PM

  • Making Career Readiness Count

    States are turning their attention to career readiness indicators, but more action is needed to demonstrate that career readiness is a priority and to share the right information with those who need it.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 6/4/2014 3:44:53 PM

  • The Condition of Postsecondary Education

    The National Center for Education Statistics' Condition of Education 2014 explores a number of broad trends in education using the latest data available, including postsecondary enrollment, fields of study and completion.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 5/29/2014 5:30:20 PM

  • Opportunities in STEM

    A new tool and a new publication examine STEM education and job growth.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 5/29/2014 4:33:32 PM

  • Data Driven: Higher Earnings Through CTE

    Earning a higher-level credential does not automatically improve earnings potential, as data from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce makes clear.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 5/28/2014 12:39:17 PM

  • Briefing Educates Hill Staff on Education and Workforce Data Issues

    ACTE recently participated in a Workforce Data Quality Campaign briefing on the importance of measuring and reporting student attainment of industry-recognized certifications, licenses and certificates.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 5/23/2014 11:38:35 AM

  • Programs of Study, CTE Linked to Graduation, Academic Achievement

    A four-year NRCCTE longitudinal study finds that programs of study are associated with higher graduation rates and academic achievement.

    Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 5/20/2014 2:29:45 PM

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