New Roles for Career and Technical Preparation Programs in Educating At-Risk Students: Promises and Possibilities
by James R. Stone III & Marisa Castellano - 2002
In this chapter, we examine how CTE can improve education for students placed at risk of failure and dropping out, and we present what empirical evidence exists of the success that CTE-related reforms have had. We examine CTE reforms that have been driven by legislation, those that have not, and other reform efforts that are conducive to including CTE elements. In addition, we discuss how CTE reforms should be structured in order to maximize their effectiveness.
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