Resources

  • Policy
January 2022

This policy profile describes Massachusetts' Innovation Pathways, which are designed to cultivate partnerships with employers to give learners an opportunity to deepen their knowledge and skills in a chosen career pathway before graduating from high school.

  • Research/ Report
January 2022

This resource from Advance CTE is the fourth in a series of policy briefs centered on strengthening career pathways and offers promising practices for leveraging available federal, state and local funding sources through braiding.

  • Research/ Report
December 2021

Chiefs for Change and the Data Quality Campaign collaborated to generate this vision for ensuring that the education leaders responsible for K–12 policy and practice have access to useful data abou

  • Research/ Report
December 2021

This brief highlights several levers of policy and influence that Governors can use to place registered apprenticeship and youth apprenticeship at the center of their workforce development efforts

  • Research/ Report
December 2021

As state and federal policymakers consider policy changes CTE to strengthen college and career pathways for today’s youth, it is critical that these policy actions are grounded in a commitment to c

  • Research/ Report
November 2021

In addition to enabling learners to gain work experience while in high school, work-based learning helps students hone the academic, technical and employability skills needed to succeed in postseco

  • Research/ Report
November 2021

This resource from the College in High School Alliance builds upon its state policy roadmap to illustrate how state leaders can expand access to college in high school programs for learners with disabilities.

  • Case Study
  • Research/ Report
November 2021

This brief highlights promising practices for ICAP implementation at the state and local levels and provides recommendations for further state and local work to scale ICAPs.