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Journal of Career and Technical Education, v31 n1 p9-32 2016

This study explored the relative importance of participation in high school career and technical education (CTE) programs in predicting community college outcomes. A hierarchical generalized linear model (HGLM) was used to predict community college outcome attainment among a random sample of direct community college entrants. Results show that even after controlling for various pre-college and environmental factors, community college students who had participated in a high school CTE program were either just as likely or more likely to attain all of the outcomes measured in the study when compared to students from general curriculum programs. Although high school CTE students who matriculated to community colleges were significantly less likely to transfer to a four-year college with or without a credential as compared with college prep students, they had significantly greater odds of earning an associate's degree or a certificate. Thus, among community college students, high school CTE participation may help facilitate goals related to the completion agenda, which call for increasing the number of individuals with quality postsecondary credentials.

Descriptors: Career Education, Technical Education, High School Students, Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Predictor Variables, Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Environmental Influences, Outcomes of Education, Associate Degrees, Certification, Gender Differences, Racial Differences, Socioeconomic Status, Academic Achievement, Context Effect, Longitudinal Studies, Statistical Analysis

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Autor: Dietrich, Cecile; Lichtenberger, Eric; Kamalludeen, Rosemaliza

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=228&id=EJ1136703







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