CTE’s Focus on Continuous Improvement

Publication John Foster, Patricia Kelley, Sandra Pritz, and Carol HodesApril 2011

Just one of the ways career and technical education (CTE) is revamping its image is through increased attention to data-driven instructional techniques as a means of improving and focusing instruction on what matters most. Accountability and data have increasingly become a core focus of research, news and commentary about education in recent years. Though some of the attention to accountability and data use may be tied to regulatory requirements, there is also recognition among educators that metrics matter.

Foster, J., Kelley, P., Pritz, S., & Hodes, C. (2011). CTE’S focus on continuous improvement. Techniques, 86(4), 28-31.

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