Peabody Journal of Education spotlights CTE

Peabody Journal of Education spotlights CTE


A new special issue of the Peabody Journal of Education shines a light on CTE policy, student achievement, career pathways, work-based learning, career counseling and more.

The issue begins an introduction about CTE and the journal's contents by the NRCCTE's Jim Stone. Other articles describe curriculum, career readiness, work-based learning, teachers and career pathways. The issue concludes with an overview of the history of federal CTE policy written by ACTE's Steve DeWitt and Alisha Hyslop.

The journal's publisher limits free article access to the first 50 downloads. The complete issue can be accessed here. For links to specific articles, see below.

Stone, J. R., III. (2017). Introduction to Pathways to a Productive Adulthood: The Role of CTE in the American High School.

Castellano, M., Sundell, K. E., & Richardson, G. B. (2017). Achievement Outcomes Among High School Graduates in College and Career Readiness Programs of Study.

Stringfield, S., & Stone, J. R. III. (2017). The Labor Market Imperative for CTE: Changes and Challenges for the 21st Century.

DeWitt, S., & Hyslop, A. (2017). CTE Policy Past, Present and Future: Driving Forces Behind the Evolution of Federal Priorities.