Career Technical Education (CTE) programming supports students with diverse academic and vocational goals. With an 8% increase in graduation rates for career academy students, CTE programming is a crucial focus for districts to adequately prepare students for both college and career.
However, many districts do not have a robust planning and evaluation system in place to routinely assess if their programs are meeting students’ needs. To help districts comprehensively evaluate their CTE programs, Hanover Research compiled this research brief discussing best practices in CTE programming to ensure that these programs adequately prepare students for their future careers.
Download Best Practices in CTE Program Planning and Evaluation to learn:
- The five critical steps to launching an effective CTE program, taking into account labor market needs and available school resources
- Best practices for program implementation, referencing meaningful data to inform programming effectiveness
- How to evaluate your programs to understand their impact on academic and career outcomes
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