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  • Programs of Study Seminar at the 2010 ACTE National Policy Seminar - Webinar | NRCCTE
    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 Programs of Study Seminar at the 2010 ACTE National Policy Seminar Webinar You are here Home Publications Resources Webinars Programs of Study Programs of Study Seminar at the 2010 ACTE National Policy Seminar Webinar May 2010 Panelists James R Stone III Director NRCCTE Corinne Alfeld AED Kirsten Sundell NRCCTE Cathy Hammond Clemson University On March 9 2010 NRCCTE director James R Stone III and principal investigators from the Center s four field based projects on Programs of Study presented early observations answered questions about their findings and discussed the evolution of Programs of Study at the ACTE 2010 National Policy Seminar Watch the related videos of the panel presentation and question and answer sessions Watch the Webinar View the Slides Read the Transcript Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations 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

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/webinars/programs-study-seminar-2010-acte-national-policy-seminar-webinar (2016-01-08)
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  • Building Career Pathways to Success | NRCCTE
    Career Pathways to Success Sep 2013 Dr James R Stone III delivered Building Career Pathways to Success as an intensive workshop at the 2013 AdvancED Wyoming Fall Conference at the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne WY Stone J R III 2013 September Building career pathways to success Workshop presented at the AdvancED Wyoming Fall Conference Cheyenne WY Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/building-career-pathways-success (2016-01-08)
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  • College and Career Ready for the 21st Century: The Critical Role for CTE | NRCCTE
    About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner College and Career Ready for the 21st Century The Critical Role for CTE You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations College and Career College and Career Ready for the 21st Century The Critical Role for CTE Jul 2013 College and career readiness defines the focus of today s high school While college readiness is generally understood career readiness remains a more elusive concept NRCCTE Director Jim Stone made this keynote address at the Pennsylvania Association of Career and Technical Administrators Summer Leadership Conference in State College PA In the presentation Dr Stone explored the multiple perspectives of academic employability and technical skills that define career readiness and their intersection with college readiness Stone J R III 2013 July College and career ready for the 21st century The critical role for CTE Presentation made at the Pennsylvania Association of Career and Technical Administrators Summer Leadership Conference State College PA Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs of Study

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/college-and-career-ready-21st-century-critical-role-cte (2016-01-08)
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  • College and Career Readiness: Making High School Matter | NRCCTE
    R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner College and Career Readiness Making High School Matter You are here Home Publications Resources Presentations College and Career College and Career Readiness Making High School Matter Jul 2013 The labor market is changing the world is flattening Too many of our youth fail to complete high school and many who do are ill prepared for any career pathway including those that require college Drawing from recent national and international reports and current research Dr Stone explored in this presentation made at the annual conference of the Iowa Association for Career and Technical Education how CTE can make high school matter to more students and fulfill its necessary role of preparing all young people to become successful participants in our economic system Stone J R III 2013 July College and career readiness Making high school matter Presentation made at the annual conference of the Iowa Association for Career and Technical Education Ankeny IA Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos Podcasts Webinars Presentations Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Core Issues Career Pathways Programs

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/college-and-career-readiness-making-high-school-matter (2016-01-08)
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  • Programs of Study, Career Pathways, Career Academies: Structuring a CCR Solution | NRCCTE
    are here Home Publications Resources Presentations Programs of Study Programs of Study Career Pathways Career Academies Structuring a CCR Solution Jul 2013 In this presentation made at the annual conference of the Iowa Association for Career and Technical Education NRCCTE Director Jim Stone addressed how high schools have become increasingly narrow in focus a new middle school useful only to prepare youth for the next level of education college The net result is a system that ill serves the 60 of students who start ninth grade and who will never complete a college degree This argues for structuring opportunities to provide all young people multiple pathways to a productive adulthood by addressing the three domains of knowledge skill required for success occupational expression of academics generalizable workplace skills and specific technical skills One policy approach to addressing this challenge has been programs of study and more recently college and career readiness Stone J R III 2013 July Programs of study career pathways career academies Structuring a CCR solution Presentation made at the annual conference of the Iowa Association for Career and Technical Education Ankeny IA Read the Report Research Reports Impact Reports Brochures Journal Magazine Articles The Idea Center Videos

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/resources/publications/programs-study-career-pathways-career-academies-structuring-ccr-solution (2016-01-08)
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  • Presentations | NRCCTE
    Impact of Interventions to Improve Postsecondary Achievement and Retention Rigorous Tests of Student Outcomes in CTE POS Science in CTE Secondary Data Analyses Six Stories About Six States Programs of Study Systematic Reviews of Research Postsecondary Transitions Technical Assistance Academy Green Programs of Study Technical Skill Attainment and Post Program Outcomes of Pennsylvania CTE Graduates Vanguard Practices in CTE Building Rigorous Programs of Study Background Research and Setting the Stage As part of a larger session entitled Signature Features of Rigorous Career Pathway Programs of Study NRCCTE Director Jim Stone discussed the signature features that must be present to have rigorous CTE programs that prepare students for further study employer certification exams and advanced training This presentation was made at SREB s HSTW Staff Development Conference in Charlotte NC Read more Programs of Study College and Career Readiness CTE and Making High School Matter This roundtable discussion held at AERA 2013 in San Francisco addressed how high schools have become increasingly narrow in focus a new middle school useful only to prepare youth for the next level of education college The net result is a system that ill serves the 60 of students who start ninth grade and who will never complete a college degree Read more The Effect of Federal Financial Aid on the Retention of Occupational and Nonoccupational Students at Three Community Colleges This presentation made at AERA 2013 in San Francisco explored the role of financial aid overall as well as Pell grants Stafford subsidized loans Stafford unsubsidized loans and Other sources of financial aid a category encompassing state local and institutional sources in the retention of occupational and non occupational students using institutional data from three community colleges in three different states Read more Career Academies Serving At Risk Students in Large Urban Districts This presentation

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/publications-resources/presentations?tid_1=All&page=3 (2016-01-08)
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  • Even the GAO Can't Figure Out if There's a STEM Worker Shortage | NRCCTE
    blog you can find at http blogs rollcall com technocrat gao stem worker shortage dcz In the debate over whether or not there s a shortage of STEM workers Congress top watchdog office says the answer isn t clear It is difficult to know if the numbers of STEM graduates are aligned with workforce needs in part because demand for STEM workers fluctuates says a Government Accountability Office report that was published last month and recently publicly released The GAO says estimating demand for STEM workers is a challenge in part because demand for STEM workers can fluctuate with economic conditions For example the number of jobs in core STEM occupations declined by about 250 000 between 2008 and 2010 from 7 74 million jobs in 2008 to 7 49 million in 2010 though it then increased to 7 89 million jobs in 2012 Subject matter specialists and federal officials we interviewed also noted that employer needs in STEM fields are difficult to predict because they may change with technological or market developments Other reasons it s difficult to know whether there are enough STEM workers to meet demand according to the report If students are going into STEM fields because of favorable economic conditions in that field it can take several years for them to get their degrees meaning that supply can lag behind demand Looking at people with STEM degrees might not be a good way to think about how many STEM workers are out there because students often pursue careers in fields different from the ones they studied Take for example the percent of people in 2012 with STEM bachelor s degrees who worked in a STEM job only 38 percent according to GAO Sixty two percent worked in non STEM jobs The survey data cannot tell

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/about-nrccte/about-james-r-stone-iii/jims-corner/even-gao-cant-figure-out-if-theres-stem-worker (2016-01-08)
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  • Defining Secondary CTE Students | NRCCTE
    Contact Us Jim s Corner Defining Secondary CTE Students You are here Home About the NRCCTE at SREB Jim s Corner Defining Secondary CTE Defining Secondary CTE Students May 7th 2014 Colleagues How does one define a high school CTE student The general approach is to label students who take 2 or 3 CTE courses out of a high school career as a concentrator This satisfies accountability requirements but does it truly reflect how students actually use CTE courses within their high school career Researchers at the NRCCTE created a more nuanced typology of course taking behavior and applied it to an NCES data set ELS2002 to create a more effective means of understanding how students access and combine CTE and academic course work To read more about what they learned visit http muse jhu edu ournals high school journal v097 97 3 aliaga pdf Regards About SREB About James R Stone III NRCCTE Staff Contact Us Jim s Corner Core Issues View All Career Pathways Programs of Study Curriculum Integration Retention Completion Accountability Assessment Newsletter Signup Get the latest NRCCTE updates by signing up for our newsletter E MAIL By submitting this form you accept the Mollom privacy policy

    Original URL path: http://www.nrccte.org/about-nrccte/about-james-r-stone-iii/jims-corner/defining-secondary-cte-students (2016-01-08)
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