The 2020-21 Senior Exit Survey contained a subset of questions specifically related to Career and Technical Education (CTE). The survey asked self-identified CTE students about their post-graduation plans for further education and employment. This slide deck provides a summary of the survey results for CTE respondents.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education requires each district to survey exiting seniors about their intentions after high school—specifically, whether students plan to obtain additional education, secure employment, or pursue other activities. This graduate follow-up survey asked Career and Technical Education (CTE) students from the class of 2020 about their experiences after graduation.
Results from senior exit surveys administered by ORE and completed by graduates from SDP’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) class of 2019.
Results from a 2019 ORE survey of CTE students about their experiences after graduation.
This slide deck focuses on key comparisons between 2013-14 and 2014-15 9th-graders who took CTE courses and those who did not.
Analyses of two 9th grade cohorts, focusing on key comparisons between students who took CTE courses and those who did not.
This slide deck focuses on key comparisons between 2012-13 9th-graders who took CTE courses and those who did not.
During 2014-15, The School District of Philadelphia (SDP) offered CTE programs in 29 schools, across 37 professional tracks. This 49-page report examines the cohort of SDP students who were first-time 9th graders in 2011-12. These students’ four-year trajectories were tracked and analyzed with a focus on the effects of participation in CTE.
An examination of the District’s 2010-11 first time 9th-grade cohort, including a comparison of high school progression and four-year graduation outcomes for CTE and non-CTE students
An analysis of the District’s 2010-11 first-time 9th-grade cohort, including a comparison of high school progression and four-year graduation outcomes for CTE and non-CTE students. The findings from this mid-year report suggest that investments in CTE programs in Philadelphia are on track to contribute to higher graduation rates and improved academic performance.