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Perkins V: Building Stronger Bridges Between Employers and CTE

  In April, NPR’s All Things Considered told the story of 20-year-old Garret Morgan, who parlayed a high school education and additional training as an ironworker into a job that…

 

  December 10, 2018

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Dual Enrollment: Increasing Early Access to Postsecondary Education

This post is a collaboration with guest author, Gregory Kienzl, principal strategist at ACT. “I hear this over and over, ‘We are not a college family,’” Texas State Sen. José…

 

  November 27, 2018

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CTE Action in the 2018 Legislative Session

As the sun sets on many state legislative sessions, it’s a good time to examine trends in policymakers’ work on a host of education policy issues. One of the topics…

 

  October 8, 2018

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More Than One Path Leads to High School Graduation

High school graduation requirements are constantly in flux, and the latest approach gaining traction in states is what I call “Carnegie Plus” — in which students are required to meet…

 

  March 29, 2018

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