Effects of courses and work-based learning experiences on career and college preparedness
Zimdars, Brett J.
University of Wisconsin-Stout
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This study analyzed the educational and career choices of secondary students; specifically the relationship of the number of courses taken in Career and Technical Education. The study examined if taking courses in Career and Technical Education impacted students for future enrollment and career choice. Participation in articulated coursework also was looked at to determine if those courses have an impact on student future enrollment or career choice. Findings releveled that students who had enrolled in articulated courses did make a clearer future college or employment choice but that choice did no always fall into the area where those students enrolled within the Career and Technical Education spectrum.