CTE Apprenticeships Resources and References

Association for Career and Technical Education. (2016). About CTE. Alexandria, VA: Author.

Alfeld, C., Charner, I., Johnson, L. & Watts, E. (2013). Work-based learning opportunities for high school students. Louisville, KY: National Research Center for Career and Technical Education.

Bragg, D., Dresser, L., & Smith, W. (2012). Leveraging workforce development and postsecondary education for lowskilled, low-income workers: Lessons from the shifting gears initiative. New Directions for Community Colleges. 2012(157), 53-66. doi:10.1002/cc.20006

Cahill, C., & Jackson, S. (2015). Not as hard as you think: Engaging high school students in work-based learning. Boston, MA: Jobs for the Future.

Carnevale, A.P., Smith, N., Melton, M., & Price, E.W. (2015). Learning while earning: The new normal. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

Chicago Public Schools. (2016a). College and career academies. Chicago, IL: Author.

Chicago Public Schools. (2016b). Selective Enrollment High Schools. Chicago, IL: Author.

Chicago Public Schools. (2016c). Work-based learning. Chicago, IL: Author.

City Colleges of Chicago. (2016a). Fiscal year 2015: Statistical digest (Revised 6/24/2016). Chicago, IL: Author.

City Colleges of Chicago. (2016b). Diversity. Chicago, IL: Author.

City Colleges of Chicago. (2016c). College to Careers. Chicago, IL: Author.

City of Chicago. (2014). Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chancellor Cheryl Hyman name Truman College as seventh city colleges institution with a college to careers focus. Chicago, IL: Author.

College Board. (2016). Students and part-time work. New York, NY: Author.

Cordova, T. L., Wilson, M. D., & Morsey, J. C. (2016). Lost: The crisis of jobless and out of school teens and young adults in Chicago, Illinois and the U.S. Chicago, IL: Great Cities Institute, University of Illinois at Chicago.

Fogg, N., Harrington, P. & Khatiwada, I. (2015). A frayed connection: Joblessness among teens in Chicago. Philadelphia, PA: Center for Labor Markets and Policy, Drexel University.

Holzer, H. J., & Lerman, R. (2014). Work-based learning to expand jobs and occupational qualifications for youth. Challenge, 57(4), 18-31. doi: 0.2753/0577-5132570402

Illinois Community College Board. (2014). Fiscal year 2014 Illinois Community College System selected programs and services for underrepresented groups. Springfield, IL: Author.

Illinois Community College Board. (2016). National Career Cluster Framework. Springfield, IL: Author.

Kuh, G. D. (2008). High-impact educational practices: What they are, who has access to them, and why they matter. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.

Jankowski, N. A., Kirby, C. L., Bragg, D. D., Taylor, J. L., & Oertle, K. M. (2009). Illinois’ career cluster model. Champaign, IL: Office of Community College Research and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Lerman, R. I. (2010). Expanding apprenticeship: A way to enhance skills and careers. Washington DC: Urban Institute.

Lipman, P. (2011). The new political economy of urban education: Neoliberalism, race, and the right to the city. New York, NY: Routledge.

National Survey of Student Engagement. (2007). Experiences that matter: Enhancing student learning and success. Bloomington, IN: Center for Postsecondary Research, School of Education, Indiana University.

Perkins Collaborative Resource Network. (2015). State profiles. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, Division of Academic and Technical Education.

Rayborn, I. J. (2015). Exploring factors that influence GED students to complete and matriculate to career and technical education certificate programs in community colleges. Chicago, IL: Digital Commons, National Louis University.

Ross, M., & Svajlenka, N.P. (2016). Employment and disconnection among teens and young adults: The role of place, race, and education. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution.

Stovall, D.O. (2007). Making it all make sense: The challenge of creating a high school across two communities. Schools: Studies in Education, 4(1), 125-142.