Category: Studies & Research

Education Dive – The state of retention and completion in higher education in 9 charts

From Education Dive – The United States has one of the highest college dropout rates in the industrial world according to a Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) 2014 report.  Administrators are acutely aware that it’s not enough to just get students into college. Once they have enrolled, how and why they depart matters just as equally. But data suggests the situation is improving slowly.

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Adobe – Learn how digital literacy can elevate your institution

In today’s workplace, digital literacy is essential. But teaching and learning has to go beyond access to basic tools. Students must learn to apply digital resources to creatively solve problems, produce innovative projects, and enhance communication — so they can prepare for a career in any field. Download our latest guide, Growing Digital, and find out how you can cultivate digital literacy on your campus.

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CTE Policy Watch: Industry Certification Data Exchange: Final Report

In order to learn how industry certification impacts student education and workforce outcomes, ACTE’s Certification Data Exchange Project has tested data-sharing processes between state education and workforce data systems and industry certifiers, created standardized tools and processes, and raised awareness about the importance of industry certification data.

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CTE Policy Watch – Many Americans Have Non-degree Credentials

Twenty-seven percent of U.S. adults had an industry certification, a license or a postsecondary certificate in 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. This includes 18 percent with a license, 6 percent with a certification and 8 percent with a postsecondary certificate (some people had more than one non-degree credential)

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CEOs Identify Skills Gaps

A recent Business Roundtable survey of CEOs has identified three major categories of skills lacking in the workforce

Fundamental employability skills, including basic math, technical reading, communication, teamwork and problem solving
Specialized skills in the trades, such as tool and die making, welding and electrical
STEM skills, particularly in cybersecurity, data science, robotics, software and computer science

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