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Today, ACTE and Advance CTE released their fourth annual report, State Policies Impacting CTE: 2016 Year in Review. The report identifies and summarizes nearly 150 CTE-related laws, executive orders, boards of education actions, ballot initiatives and budget provisions passed across the country last year.
We found that last year, 42 states enacted policies addressing a variety of issues, ranging from CTE access and equity to teacher certification. The report highlights several trends, including states’ continued investment in CTE programs and initiatives, a strong focus on encouraging and incentivizing industry partnerships and work-based learning, and support for dual and concurrent enrollment in CTE subjects.
You can also attend a webinar about the paper findings this afternoon at 2pm ET (or watch the recording later at www.acteonline.org/seminars).
Posted by Catherine Imperatore on 01/25/2017 at 08:08 AM in Data and Research, State and Local Issues | Permalink
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