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CTE Success Map

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Key Performance Indicators Capture CTE Success

CTE is learning that works for America in so many ways—making a difference for students, the economy, business and industry, local communities, schools and colleges. CTE often begins in high school and continues in postsecondary institutions where students develop the knowledge and skills required for success in college and careers.

The CTE Success Map below highlights rigorous CTE programs in each state as demonstrated through student graduation data. Click on the map below to discover the positive impact CTE is having in each state across America.

A Story for Every State
NASDCTEc is turning to you to share your CTE success story. We are now campaigning for local data for our CTE Success Map. Let’s show the nation how CTE is working for students in schools and colleges across America. We need you to represent your state in our CTE Success Map.

Complete a brief survey about a district, school, college or program in your state that shows impressive CTE data (including sources) in the following areas:

  • Secondary graduation rates
  • College-going rates (two- and four-year)
  • Postsecondary credential attainment rates

We will feature your CTE story in our CTE Success Map, video or publication. It is more important than ever before that strong data from your state or territory makes it to our doorstep! Share your CTE story today!

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Rhode Island New Jersey Maryland Massachusetts Delaware District of Columbia Connecticut Alaska Rhode Island Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Vermont New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware Maryland West Virginia Virginia Ohio Kentucky Indiana Michigan South Carolina North Carolina Tennessee Florida Georgia Alabama Mississippi Illinois Wisconsin Louisiana Arkansas Missouri Iowa Minnesota Texas Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Colorado Wyoming New Mexico Arizona Utah Nevada Montana Idaho Washington Oregon California Puerto Rico Guam Hawaii

Statewide details from the 2009-2010 Consolidated Annual Reports, which the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins IV) (hyperlink to Perkins text in Policy & Legislation section) requires states submit each year. The data rates, placement rates an credential, certificate or diploma attainment rates is defined according to the core indicators described in Title I and, if the state retains a separate tech prep program, Title II of Perkins IV.