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Document Number: 10753

How Career and Technical Education Can Help Students Be College and Career Ready: A Primer - Preparing students for a more complex future, modern CTE pathways must ensure that coursework involves applied, contextual learning so students can see the relevance of their studies, and a relationship to their goals, according to this report. Evolving into an academically rigorous course of study, CTE now is seen as preparation for both college and careers. States can move CTE along by providing alternative certification options for industry experts to become CTE instructors, professional development for current and would-be CTE instructors, and soliciting feedback from workforce stakeholders. (Betsy Brand, Andrew Valent and Andrea Browning, AIR, March 2013)...


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