Videos

Overview

The NRCCTE produces and publishes videos that highlight and explore issues of urgency to both the field of CTE and the nation’s higher education system, recovering economy, and evolving labor market, addressing such topics as programs of study/career pathways, curriculum integration of CTE and academic content knowledge and skills, postsecondary student retention and completion, and professional development for educators in the areas of data use for program improvement and support for alternatively certified CTE educators.

Videos

In this video from the NPOSI, Sam Stringfield, co-PI of the Center's Cross-Study Programs of Study project and contributor to the South Carolina Personal Pathways to Success project, describes outcomes and findings related to career guidance and counseling from these two studies.

In this video, Natalie Stipanovic, contributor to the NRCCTE’s South Carolina Personal Pathways to Success project, describes outcomes and findings related to career guidance and counseling from this study examining the influence of the state’s Education and Economic Development Act (EEDA) on the development of POS/career pathways.

In this video from the NPOSI, Rob Shumer, PI of Six Stories About Six States: Programs of Study, describes outcomes and findings related to career guidance and counseling from this qualitative case study project. 

In this video from the NPOSI, Rob Shumer, co-PI of Programs of Study: A Cross-Study Examination of Programs in Three States, describes outcomes and findings related to career guidance and counseling from this cross-site evaluation of the NRCCTE’s three longitudinal field studies of POS with the goal of exploring lessons learned regarding POS across three sites that were identified as having a high level of POS implementation.

In this video from the NPOSI, Rob Shumer, co-PI of Programs of Study: A Cross-Study Examination of Programs in Three States and PI of Six Stories About Six States: Programs of Study, describes outcomes and findings related to business, community, and postsecondary partnerships from these two studies.