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Career and Technical Education (CTE) Progression in Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges

CTE Concentrator Enrollment Dashboards for Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges disaggregate secondary and postsecondary CTE student progression data by career cluster, gender, race, and special population group. In Maryland, a secondary student is counted as having concentrated in CTE if they have completed at least two courses in a CTE program and enrolled into a third (the list of approved CTE Courses and CTE programs in a given year can be found on the CTE Approved Programs Dashboard and CTE Approved Programs Dashboard respectively.) While, a postsecondary student is counted as having concentrated in CTE if they have earned at least 12 credits within in a CTE program or completed a state-approved non-credit program that includes a sequence of two or more CTE non-credit courses and leads to a recognized postsecondary credential (the list of approved recognized postsecondary credential technical skills assessmentsfor can be found on the CTE Approved Technical Skills Assessments Dashboard.) The CTE Concentrator Enrollment Dashboards provide single year analysis of CTE student progression for secondary and postsecondary students. Overall unduplicated student concentrator enrollment is reported by career cluster, program, gender, race and spcial population status along with an equity heatmap demonstrating over- and under-representation of concentrator students groups relative to the broader community. These dashboards establish a foundation for school systems and community colleges to make data-informed decisions that drive continuous improvement in CTE.

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