Rethinking Career & Technical Education in a Global Context
2015 EWA National Seminar
Amid worries of a “skills gap” for U.S. youths and young adults, some experts call for rethinking and ramping up career and technical education. Panelists explore the skills and achievement of American young people in an international context, and highlight ways to improve CTE with an eye toward promising practices in other countries.
- Kirk Carapezza, WGBH Public Radio (Moderator)
- Kate Blosveren Kreamer, National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium
- Robert Schwartz, Harvard Graduate School of Education
- Marc Tucker, National Center on Education and the Economy