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  • 1. CTE-What TheResearch Says
  • 2. RECOMMENDEDREADING
  • 3. Education Testing Service (2010). The Mission ofHigh SchoolNRCCTE. Various Programs of Study PublicationsCarnevale, A. P., Smith, N. and Strohl, J. (2010,June). Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs andEducationRequirements through 2018.Organization for Economic Cooperation andDevelopment. (2010, August). Learning for Jobs:OECD Reviews of Vocational Education andTraining. Paris, France: OECDSymonds, W.C., Schwartz, R. B, and Ferguson, R.(2011, February). Pathways to ProsperityNRCCTE (2011, November) Career Clusters:Forecasting Demand for High School ThroughCollege Jobs
  • 4. Education Testing Service (2010). The Mission ofHigh SchoolNRCCTE. Various Programs of Study PublicationsCarnevale, A. P., Smith, N. and Strohl, J. (2010,June). Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs andEducationRequirements through 2018.Organization for Economic Cooperation andDevelopment. (2010, August). Learning for Jobs:OECD Reviews of Vocational Education andTraining. Paris, France: OECDSymonds, W.C., Schwartz, R. B, and Ferguson, R.(2011, February). Pathways to ProsperityNRCCTE (2011, November) Career Clusters:Forecasting Demand for High School ThroughCollege Jobs
  • 5. Education Testing Service (2010). The Mission ofHigh SchoolNRCCTE. Various Programs of Study PublicationsCarnevale, A. P., Smith, N. and Strohl, J. (2010,June). Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs andEducationRequirements through 2018.Organization for Economic Cooperation andDevelopment. (2010, August). Learning for Jobs:OECD Reviews of Vocational Education andTraining. Paris, France: OECDSymonds, W.C., Schwartz, R. B, and Ferguson, R.(2011, February). Pathways to ProsperityNRCCTE (2011, November) Career Clusters:Forecasting Demand for High School ThroughCollege Jobs
  • 6. Education Testing Service (2010). The Mission ofHigh SchoolNRCCTE. Various Programs of Study PublicationsCarnevale, A. P., Smith, N. and Strohl, J. (2010,June). Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs andEducationRequirements through 2018.Organization for Economic Cooperation andDevelopment. (2010, August). Learning for Jobs:OECD Reviews of Vocational Education andTraining. Paris, France: OECDSymonds, W.C., Schwartz, R. B, and Ferguson, R.(2011, February). Pathways to ProsperityNRCCTE (2011, November) Career Clusters:Forecasting Demand for High School ThroughCollege Jobs
  • 7. NEW INCTERESEARCH?
  • 8. PROGRAMS OF NRCCTE has three longitudinal studies and completed one descriptive study examining the implications and effects of POS. STUDY Two research projects examined methods of increasing the academic skills of secondary CTE students (Authenticity Literacy in CTE ACADEMIC and Science in CTE). ACHIEVEMENT One study collected data on programs to improve the achievement and retention of postsecondary occupational students. ROI Return on Investment study. Hollenbeck (2011)
  • 9. Return OnInvestmentHollenbeck concluded:Participants in CTE programs reaped substantialreturns-positive earnings-with almost nil or negative costsfor secondary CTE.At the postsecondary level, any associated participationcosts (tuition, foregone earnings) were more thanoutweighed, even over the short term, by the economicpayoffs of participating in CTE.
  • 10. WHERE CANI GET THEFACTS?
  • 11. ACTE Updated Facts SheetsCTE related jobs are in high demandCTE meets individual and communityeconomic needsCTE engages students and lowers thedropout rateCTE increases student achievement
  • 12. Our Response As A NationThe great majority of states have increased graduation requirementsMost state have adopted the college prep default curriculumWe all have high stakes exit exams
  • 13. The National Research Council ACADEMICACHIEVEMENT NRC (2011) 2 have decreased high school graduation HIGH SCHOOL rates in the U.S. EXIT EXAMS by 2 percentage points without increasing achievement.
  • 14. Chicago Public Schools Increase number of students in college-prep classesAdopted 1997“default college Test scores did not risepreparatory curriculum” Students no more likely to complete advanced science classes Absenteeism rose among average and higher-skilled students GRADES DECLINED FAILURES INCREASED NO IMPROVEMENT IN COLLEGE OUTCOMES
  • 15. WHAT DOWE NEED?
  • 16. We need to keepkids in school…and engaged.
  • 17. WHAT DOESTHE PUBLICWANT?
  • 18. 3TOP EDUCATION IMMIGRATION JOBS 60% Greater 41% emphasis K-12 system on math it is poor or and science very poor 64% Morrison Institute More “voc ed” Study http://morrisoninstitute.asu.edu/media/news-events
  • 19. JUSTTHE FACTS
  • 20. 36 % HS DIPLOMA OR LESS MILLION JOB OPENINGS47GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY 2010 33 SOME COLLEGE/AA DEGREE 30 BA OR HIGHER % %
  • 21. Earnings?of people with post-secondarylicenses or certicates credentialshort of an associate’s degreeearn more than the averagebachelor’s degree recepient.(Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce July, 2009)
  • 22. Miami Herald, January 2011Average Starting Salaries for 2009 College Graduates in FL$47,708 Associate in Science (community college)$44,558 Bachelor degree (private college)$39,108 Certificate (community college)$36,552 Bachelor degree (state college)
  • 23. HOW DO WE KEEPKIDS IN SCHOOLAND ENSUREPOSITIVE OUTCOMES?
  • 24. The problem: Most frequent reason for leavingschool is that classes are not interesting(The Silent Epidemic)The solution: CTE increases attendance, raisescompletion rates, improves earningsand employment prospects. Holds true forinternational comparisons as well. (NRCCTE)
  • 25. WHAT TYPE OFEDUCATIONMAKES SENSE?
  • 26. A place where academic skills are taught in the context ofsubjects in which students are interested.A place where they can apply learning.A place where students get a chance to spend time in theworkplace developing career specific skills and soft skills.A place where they can learn social and leadership skills.
  • 27. THEANSWER
  • 28. TOTAL CTEPROGRAM DELIVERY MODEL INTEGRATION OF CORE STANDARDS Classroom Hands-On Instruction Instruction Career-Based Leadership Experience Development COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • 29. Need more information?Research Clearinghouse:http://www.acteonline.org/clearinghouse.aspxThe CTE National Research Center for CTE:www.nccte.orgAssociation for Career and Technical Education:www.acteonline.orgjohn.mulcahy@west-mec.org

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