Career and Technical Education and School-to-Work at the end of the 20 th century: Participation and Outcomes. James R. Stone III & Oscar A. Aliaga University of Minnesota. Introduction. A sustained period of economic growth “ A nation at Risk ” report spurred various educational reforms
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Career and Technical Education and School-to-Work at the end of the 20th century: Participation and Outcomes
James R. Stone III
& Oscar A. Aliaga
University of Minnesota
1. participation in CTE and in school-to-work activities at the end of the 20th century, in comparison with a set of family background and school achievement characteristics
2. the extent to which career major, tech prep, and specific, work-based learning school-to-work activities have become infused in the schooling of all adolescents