This brief is part of a series on measuring secondary Career Technical Education program quality, as required by the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act. This brief focuses on measuring work-based learning participation.
Middle Tennessee State University utilizes the student success management system technology, which helps with analysis of student data over time. This analysis provides predictive scores so that faculty can identify the students who are at risk of dropping out and intervene.
This report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity, the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and the National Skills Coalition provides a roadmap of steps southern states may take to establish policies to close their skills gaps.