CTE Resources

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Author(s): Kenneth C. Gray, Richard A. Walter
Date: Feb 2002
This paper explores preservice licensure and preparation of CTE teachers in U.S. middle and high schools. It also examples whether changes in CTE teacher licensure requirements are necessary and, if so, what they should be.
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Author(s): Jay W. Rojewski, University of Georgia
Date: Feb 2002
This paper examines issues connected to the development of a conceptual framework for CTE in the United States. It offers information to stimulate the debate about the status and future of CTE using the development of a conceptual framework as the vehicle for organizing and presenting critical issues.
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Author(s): James E. Bartlett, II, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Date: Feb 2002
This paper synthesizes available literature on preparing, licensing, and certifying postsecondary CTE educators and discusses methods that could be used to prepare, license, and certify postsecondary CTE educators.
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Author(s): Sheila K. Ruhland, Christine D. Bremer, University of Minnesota
Date: Jan 2002
This study examines alternative teacher certification procedures and professional development opportunities available to secondary academic and CTE teachers, and describes the teaching experiences and professional development needs of recently certified CTE teachers.
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Author(s): Kenneth R. Bartlett, University of Minnesota
Date: Jan 2002
This study investigated the influence of IT-industry-sponsored credentials from organizational and individual perspectives. The study surveyed human resource executives and IT employees in a sample of organizations with large numbers of IT employees. This report discusses Implications of the results for career and technical education policymakers, researchers, and educators.
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Author(s): Debra D. Bragg, William Reger, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, , In association with:, Carrie H. Brown, Professional Consultant Network, Margaret Terry Orr, Teachers College, Columbia University, Donna A. Dare, Richland Community College
Date: Jan 2002
This report presents selected results of the most recent data collection associated with a 4-year longitudinal study of Tech Prep implementation and student outcomes, comparing earlier findings to results collected during field visits in 2000 and 2001. This report examines cross-consortium results pertaining to curriculum reform, articulation, academic standards, and other essential elements of Tech Prep, along with factors that contribute to changes in these elements over time.
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Author(s): George H. Copa, Susan J. Wolff, Oregon State University
Date: Jan 2002
This report addresses the mission, values, vision, goals, and performance indicators for career and technical education, as well as 12 aspects of its operation, including learning context, audience, signature, expectations, process, organization, partnerships, staffing, environment, accountability, celebration, and finance. The resulting recommendations are based on a review of related research, policies, and exemplary practices, and extensive discussion and review by secondary and postsecondary CTE leaders across the United States.
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Author(s): Debra D. Bragg, Donna E. Dare , W. M. Reger IV, Ghazala Ovaice , Eboni M. Zamani, James D. Layton, Carolyn J. Dornsife, Manuel Vallee, Carrie H. Brown, Margaret Terry Orr
Date: May 2001
This study examined a range of Tech Prep models and approaches in urban, suburban, and rural locations in the United States. The report describes the evolving nature of eight local Tech Prep systems to compare the post-high school education and economic outcomes of Tech Prep and non-Tech Prep participants, and to enhance understanding of how students transition from high school to college and work.
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Author(s): Thomas H. Bruening, Dennis C. Scanlon, Carol Hodes, Purandhar Dhital, Xiaorong Shao, Shih-Tsen Liu, The Pennsylvania State University
Date: Apr 2001
This study gives insight into the status of CTE teacher preparation in the United States, especially into the capacity to prepare new CTE teachers and to determine the curricular emphasis. The report compares CTE teacher preparation curriculum to the areas outlined by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (1997) in Vocational Education Standards for National Board Certification.
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Author(s): Marisa Castellano, Samuel Stringfield, Johns Hopkins University, James R. Stone III, University of Minnesota
Date: Jan 2001
This literature review explores the intersection of several areas of education research: secondary student risk factors, state of the art secondary vocational education, the interplay of new forms of CTE and other comprehensive high school reform efforts, and postsecondary CTE reforms and other trends. The study also examined the effects these reform efforts on outcomes for at-risk students.
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