Report: States enacted more than 200 CTE policies in 2019

Linda Jacobson, Education Dive

Funding, work-based learning, industry-recognized credentials, and access or equity were among the career and technical education issues states tackled during 2019, according to a new state policy review from Advance CTE, the Association for Career and Technical Education and the Education Commission of the States. Forty-one states, for example, took action related to funding for CTE, including more spending on work-based learning, dual enrollment and early college programs. . States also have been creating four-year plans for federal funding through the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, which is expected to provide close to $1.3 billion annually for CTE. Those plans are due this spring.

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