research, career and technical education, research agenda
Education | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Vocational Education
This article promotes the idea that clearly focused scholarly inquiry needs direction developed through a collaborative and informative process. The authors propose that the National CTE Research Agenda adopted in 2008 should be revised and updated to reflect the contemporary issues and policies of the career and technical education profession. The aim of this discussion is to propose a systematic research approach with the potential to influence policy for career and technical education. The challenge for our profession will be to create a united and informed agenda that will transform policy, promote innovation in scholarly endeavors, and foster improved outcomes for all CTE stakeholders.
Lambeth, J. M., Joerger, R. M., & Elliot, J. (2018). Merits of Creating a Revised CTE National Research Agenda for 2020. Journal of Research in Technical Careers, 2 (1). https://doi.org/10.9741/2578-2118.1035