Study: CTE can help boys stay in high school and graduate

03/4/2013 | Education Week

High-school boys who earned three or more credits in Career Technical Education were more likely to stay in school, according to researchers at the National Research Center for Career and Technical Education at the University of Louisville, Ky. Speaking at the National Policy Seminar of the Association for Career and Technical Education in Crystal City, Va., researcher James Stone III said CTE courses kept boys engaged and schools should partner with businesses to give boys real-world experience.

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