These infographics highlight key findings from a REL Midwest study that examined whether high school graduates in Indiana and Minnesota who completed a large number of career and technical education courses in a single career-oriented program of study (concentrators) had different college and workforce outcomes from graduates who completed fewer (samplers) or no career and technical education courses (nonparticipants).
ERIC DescriptorsAcademic Degrees, Access to Education, Career Development, Career Readiness, College Attendance, College Readiness, Course Selection (Students), Education Work Relationship, Educational Attainment, Educational Certificates, Employment Level, English Language Learners, Enrollment, Equal Education, Ethnicity, Gender Differences, High School Graduates, High School Students, Institutional Characteristics, Occupations, Outcomes of Education, Program Effectiveness, Public Schools, Racial Differences, Reading Skills, Rural Schools, School Size, Special Education, Student Characteristics, Suburban Schools, Two Year Colleges, Urban Schools, Vocational Education, Wages, Equity
Midwest | Resource Type:
Infographic | Resource
Date: July 2021