Do you know of a high-quality career and technical education program? Tell the CTE Research Network! The network is gathering information on CTE programs and models in secondary and postsecondary education for a study that will recommend specific programs for future research.

JFF is a co-lead of the CTE Research Network, funded by the Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education, together with American Institutes for Research, the Association for Career and Technical Education, and Vanderbilt University. The network’s goal is to seek and promote high-quality studies to examine the impact of CTE on student outcomes.

The CTE Evaluability Study Nomination Form asks to share what the program entails for students and about how many have participated recently. The form also asks about student eligibility requirements, how you know there is program demand, and what kind of outcomes you track to monitor student and program success.