Preparing a STEM Workforce through Career-Technical Education
- Dimitra Jackson Smith, Soko Starobin, editors.
- San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 
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- 100 pages ; 23 cm.
- New directions for community colleges ; no. 178.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Editors' notes / Dimitra Jackson Smith, Soko Starobin
- 1. Community college pathways to the STEM workforce : what are they, who follows them, and how? / Michelle Van Noy, Matthew Zeidenberg
- 2. A researcher-practitioner partnership on remedial math contextualization in career and technical education programs / Xueli Wang, Yan Wang, Amy Prevost
- 3. An evolving entrepreneurship simulation as a vehicle for career and technical education / Edgar E. Troudt, Stuart A. Schulman, Christoph Winkler
- 4. How community colleges are closing the skills gap through CTE and STEM funding innovations / Kimberly Lowry, Tricia Thomas-Anderson
- 5. The case for evaluating student outcomes and equity gaps to improve pathways and programs of study / Debra D. Bragg
- 6. Unwelcome classroom climates : the role of gender microaggressions in CTE / Jaime Lester, Brice Struthers, Aoi Yamanaka
- 7. Recruiting and retaining women in information technology programs (practices and challenges in Iowa community colleges) / Yu (April) Chen, Arlene de la Mora, Mari Kemis
- 8. Implications for policy and practice : summary of the volume and lessons for the future of CTE programs and STEM / Dimitra Jackson Smith.
This volume examines STEM education, preparation, and career exploration--and the role of career and technical education (CTE) in preparing individuals for the STEM workforce. Highlighting avenues for success and exemplary practices, the volume covers topics such as: 1) Incorporating experiential learning activities for students in CTE-STEM programs, 2) Providing avenues and effective strategies for closing the skills gap for students in CTE-STEM through funding and evaluation and assessment activities, 3) Highlighting the experiences of women in CTE-STEM related programs, and 4) Implications for policy and practice. This is the 178th volume of this Jossey-Bass quarterly report series. Essential to the professional libraries of presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other leaders in today's open-door institutions, New Directions for Community Colleges provides expert guidance in meeting the challenges of their distinctive and expanding educational mission.
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- "Summer 2017."
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