This Advance CTE report provides a 5-step framework to address equity gaps in work-based learning by building a statewide infrastructure that enables cross-agency collaboration and prioritizes relationship building, data and accountability, quality, and extending social and cultural capital.
This case study is part of a series of case studies to support the Advance CTE Career Readiness Data Quality and Use Policy Benchmark Tool. Supporting element one, data is collected consistently and accurately, this case study examines how Texas reformed its process to identify concentrators.
This case study is part of a series of case studies to support the Advance CTE Career Readiness Data Quality and Use Policy Benchmark Tool. Supporting element six, information is used effectively to promote quality and equity, this case study examines Ohio's Perkins V Equity Labs.
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 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.
This resource, developed by the National Center for Homeless Education and Advance CTE, identifies common access barriers to high-quality CTE, strategies to support learners experiencing homelessness, and key action steps state CTE leaders and coordinators can take to support these learners.
This report from the Education Strategy Group and the Level Up Coalition identifies "Momentum Metrics" that state, district and local school leaders can use to measure the success of schools and target resources and student supports.