This resource from JFF identifies guiding principles intermediary organizations can use to support equitable career outcomes with a particular focus on Black and Latinx youth and youth experiencing poverty.
This report, which as developed with input and guidance from a shared solutions workgroup of national and state experts, provides nine principles for developing effective and accessible CTE data reporting tools.
The report, developed by the Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship's (PAYA) Data Quality workgroup, addresses the most urgent youth apprenticeship data quality challenges and describes the roles that different stakeholders can play in improving the quality and use of data.
This resource from the National Governors Association examines lessons learned from the American Apprenticeship Initiative, a five-year $175 million-dollar federal investment to support the expansion of registered apprenticeship in the United States.
This resource from MDRC provides evidence for sector programs as a way state and local policy makers can help people obtain the skills necessary to find employment in industry sectors that are in-demand during and after the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
This cross-state analysis from Advance CTE examines how states have leveraged the development of Perkins V state plans to advance the dual priorities of expanding quality and increasing equity within their CTE systems.