In response to hundreds of requests from CTE educators and school administrators across the United States for more information about its Math-in-CTE curriculum integration and professional development model, the NRCCTE developed a series of videos about the model.

The National Research Center for Career and Technical Education (NRCCTE) provides support to the field of career and technical education (CTE) by conducting rigorous research that is intended to improve the design and delivery of career-focused educational programs. Drawing upon our evidence-based research, we offer professional development and technical assistance to states, districts, schools, and teachers all across the country.

The NRCCTE has conducted three research studies in CTE-academics integration: Math-in-CTE; Authentic Literacy-in-CTE; and most recently, Science-in-CTE. This video addresses the outcomes of these studies and learn more about the practical aspects of implementing curriculum integration models.

This video, filmed in Arlington, VA, Detroit, MI, and Eugene, OR, introduces the origins, structure, and benefits of the Math-in-CTE curriculum integration professional development model from the perspective of administrators, CTE and math teachers, and students implementing it in real schools.


This video offers an in-depth look at the experiences of administrators, CTE and math teachers, and students implementing Math-in-CTE at the Arlington Career Center in Arlington, VA. Learn more.

In this video, teacher J. C. Parry (Arlington Career Center, Arlington, VA) leads his students through a lesson about the importance of calculating weight and balance in order to make sure that an airplane is safe to fly.