This report is one of several that will emerge from our ongoing study aimed at informing local and national CTE policy and practice. It focuses on 37 CTE-Dedicated high schools, which are structured to ensure that all enrolled students participate in a CTE Program of Study from 9th through 12th grade.
The fourth post in our ongoing series examines an important indicator of opportunity for NYC high school students: their access to a positive school climate.
Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Research Alliance conducted a small study aimed at understanding educators’ experiences in the ASD Nest program. Our findings provide useful insight into factors they see as important for implementing the model, challenges that may need to be addressed, and considerations for replicating ASD Nest in other schools and districts.
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The Research Alliance for New York City Schools conducts rigorous studies on topics that matter to the city’s public schools. We strive to advance equity and excellence in education by providing nonpartisan evidence about policies and practices that promote students' development and academic success.