Resources

  • Guide/Tool

Using the Nebraska Department of Education as a case study, this brief from RTI describes common challenges states face with collecting and disseminating CTE data.

  • Guide/Tool

This paper from the Education Commission of the States offers a framework for engaging stakeholders in a way that emphasizes collaboration over traditional methods.

  • Report/Case Study

This report from Education Commission of the States and the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems highlights how states have revisited their governance arrangements in response to changing conditions and expectations.

  • Report/Case Study

This report, an update to the 2014 Making Career Readiness Count, from Achieve and Advance CTE, includes state-by-state information on how and which career-ready indicators states are including in their reporting and accountability systems, and highlights promising practices in several states.

  • Report/Case Study

This paper from the Learning Policy Institute proposes a new model for accountability under ESSA and offers three potential career readiness indicators, discussing strategies for collecting and presenting data in a way that supports continuous improvement.

  • Report/Case Study

This policy brief from NASBE takes an introductory look at CTE policy across the states, highlighting opportunities in federal laws such as ESSA and Perkins, and providing examples of successful CTE programs in Kentucky, Tennessee and California.

  • Report/Case Study
  • Guide/Tool

This white paper from the National PTA Association draws on findings from a national scan of the family engagement landscape to provide recommendations for engaging families around STEM learning.

  • Report/Case Study

For the third year in a row, WDQC surveyed all fifty states and the District of Columbia to measure state progress against the Blueprint. This report contains details about each state’s level of progress and examples of how states are implementing Blueprint elements.

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The Learning that Works Resource Center was developed through the New Skills for Youth initiative, a partnership of the Council of Chief State School Officers, Advance CTE and the Education Strategy Group, generously funded by JPMorgan Chase & Co