Author: Julie C. Harris
Assessing the Alignment between West Virginia’s High School Career and Technical Education Programs and the Labor Market
To support CTE improvement efforts, this study quantitatively assessed the alignment between West Virginia’s high school CTE programs and the labor market, with a focus on alignment to regional high-demand occupations that require moderate occupational preparation.
Using data from nine California districts, we examine the effect of high school Linked Learning participation on students’ early community college outcomes.
To examine magnet schools in a modern context, this study utilized data from one of the nation’s largest districts and examined student achievement by looking for improvements in math and reading scores on a standardized exam.
This study utilized data from a large urban district with more than 100 magnet schools to assess integration from magnet schools in a modern context.