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  • Science-in-CTE | NRCCTE
    About the NRCCTE at SREB About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Science in CTE You are here Home Science in CTE Science in CTE Jun 2012 Science in CTE Project Overview Read the Report Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Dual Enrollment Retention Completion

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/science-cte (2016-01-08)
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  • A Longitudinal Study of the South Carolina Personal Pathways to Success Initiative | NRCCTE
    Data Analyses Publications Resources Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations About the NRCCTE at SREB About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner A Longitudinal Study of the South Carolina Personal Pathways to Success Initiative You are here Home A Longitudinal Study A Longitudinal Study of the South Carolina Personal Pathways to Success Initiative May 2012 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing elit Etiam blandit sapien sit amet adipiscing molestie nisl mauris bibendum felis eget egestas sem mi eu elit Vestibulum vehicula augue ut justo condimentum convallis Praesent adipiscing venenatis arcu et aliquet magna aliquet sed Nulla ullamcorper magna ut fringilla venenatis felis nisl facilisis tortor luctus tempus turpis diam sit amet dui Nunc est orci sagittis ut sagittis ut condimentum rutrum odio Nullam nibh est euismod id feugiat vitae gravida non mauris Read the Report Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Dual Enrollment Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Career Guidance Counseling Industry Recognized Credentials Professional Development Teaching to Lead Math in CTE Literacy in CTE CTEDDI

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/longitudinal-study-south-carolina-personal-pathways-success-initiative (2016-01-08)
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  • Rigorous Tests Year Four | NRCCTE
    based study of programs of study POS career pathways was designed using rigorous research methods to estimate the impact of POS on high school students academic and technical achievement outcomes through the completion of high school Researchers are following students from the Class of 2012 in three large urban school districts that offer POS Each year student outcome data are collected and site visits are conducted at treatment and control or comparison schools the researchers observe academic and CTE classes and interview students teachers counselors and administrators in order to get a better sense of the experiences of students enrolled in POS in the treatment sites compared to the default high school experience The study has generated large sets of qualitative and quantitative student outcome data that offer rich opportunities to estimate the impact of POS on key indicators of student success To date researchers have acquired and analyzed ninth and tenth grade student outcome data and site visit data eleventh grade outcome data are currently being analyzed Study researchers have learned how district and school policies practices and cultures support the implementation of POS and promote student success in preparing for life after high school At this point study results show a positive trend from ninth to tenth grade in favor of the treatment group particularly on measures of student attendance and achievement on state academic assessments Findings also indicate that POS offer students rigorous engaging instruction in academic and technical content areas This is combined with opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills to the solution of real world problems earn college credits familiarize themselves with careers and connect with local businesses and community partners No less importantly POS appear to be strengthened by school cultures organizational structures and instructional practices that emphasize academic and technical achievement high

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/rigorous-tests-year-four (2016-01-08)
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  • Relative Impact of Interventions to Improve Achievement and Retention in Postsecondary Occupational Programs | NRCCTE
    Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations About the NRCCTE at SREB About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Relative Impact of Interventions to Improve Achievement and Retention in Postsecondary Occupational Programs You are here Home Relative Impact of Relative Impact of Interventions to Improve Achievement and Retention in Postsecondary Occupational Programs May 2012 Two year colleges are paying increased attention to retention as the negative consequences of non completion become increasingly apparent Colleges have been implementing a number of common well defined interventions such as first year study skills courses learning communities tutoring intrusive advising and culturally based programs but they lack solid information as to which are most associated with student retention and completion and which students are best served by which interventions We are studying which interventions and combinations of interventions are most strongly associated with retention and completion for students at two year colleges and how student background variables and other characteristics mediate and moderate those associations Read the Report Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Dual Enrollment Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Career Guidance

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/relative-impact-interventions-improve-achievement-and-retention-postsecondary (2016-01-08)
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  • Systematic Reviews of Research: Postsecondary Transitions - Identifying Effective Models and Practices | NRCCTE
    III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Systematic Reviews of Research Postsecondary Transitions Identifying Effective Models and Practices You are here Home Systematic Reviews of Systematic Reviews of Research Postsecondary Transitions Identifying Effective Models and Practices Jun 2012 Systematic Reviews of Research Postsecondary Transitions Identifying Effective Models and Practices Read the Report Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/systematic-reviews-research-postsecondary-transitions-identifying-effective (2016-01-08)
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  • Using Return on Investment and Other Related Tools: Guidelines for Measuring Career and Technical Education Internal Efficiency and External Effectiveness | NRCCTE
    project acknowledged differences in how states collect data but a common data dictionary provides a standard goal to which all states can link their own data Using a common data dictionary and with sufficient support many states should be able to generate substantially similar information for Perkins accountability Lack of a Uniform Global CTE Database for Accountability and Evaluation Despite partial success at moving toward standardization of data and measurement CTE has made little progress toward achieving the ideal of a uniform global database for accountability and evaluation a goal first discussed in the early 1990s when the Perkins II legislation was enacted However CTE is not alone in this regard An ideal framework for accountability and evaluation within the education sector has been difficult to achieve although many have tried to establish one Ewell L Orange 2009 Even today education data for accountability and evaluation are obtained from three disparate and generally unconnected sources 1 state based unit record data systems 2 national data systems such as EDEN and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Database System IPEDS and 3 National Center for Education Statistics NCES Sample Survey Data Each of the above data sub systems requires considerable technical expertise each is also limited in the extent to which it could serve as a common accountability and evaluation system A key point about existing national databases particularly NCES and IPEDS and state level education databases secondary and postsecondary is that in the development maintenance and usage of such databases CTE has not been a key focal point and as yet has had limited participation Should the data contained in the above three data sub systems be merged into a single national database they would need to be housed in a nationally agreed upon central location an unlikely scenario given current tight budgets Also states and the sub systems within them e g postsecondary institutions and school districts have not been in favor of submitting unit record data to a national system Additionally state data privacy and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA regulations make a central database problematic for most state and local education agencies see Kanstoroom Osberg 2008 who devote several chapters to FERPA Further large longitudinal national and state educational databases have not been without controversy Nevertheless the U S Department of Education funding of the State Longitudinal Education Data Systems SLDS is one such effort to help states better manage and use student educational data Data Quality Campaign 2009 CTE s contribution to developing the SLDS or a P 20 database system which many states are developing in conjunction with SLDS is still an open question Those working in the field of CTE accountability and evaluation have grappled with the need for uniform global information a national database to meet CTE s multiple needs including career guidance accountability and evaluation and program improvement At present the United States has no national comprehensive database that meets the accountability requirements prescribed in the Perkins IV legislation Individual state level

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/using-return-investment-and-other-related-tools-guidelines-measuring-career (2016-01-08)
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  • Inventory of Technical Skills Assessments | NRCCTE
    SREB About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Inventory of Technical Skills Assessments You are here Home Inventory of Technical Inventory of Technical Skills Assessments Jun 2010 Inventory of Technical Skills Assessments One Page Project Overview Read the Report Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/inventory-technical-skills-assessments (2016-01-08)
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  • Professional Development for Teachers and Administrators on the Use of Assessment Data | NRCCTE
    Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Professional Development for Teachers and Administrators on the Use of Assessment Data You are here Home Professional Development for Professional Development for Teachers and Administrators on the Use of Assessment Data Jun 2012 Professional Development for Educators on the Use of Assessment Data Project Overview Read the Report Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/professional-development-teachers-and-administrators-use-assessment-data (2016-01-08)
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