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New York City schools expand career and technical education, while City Council members look to track progress

09.22.2016 | Chalkbeat New York | In New York City, as of 2013, students enrolled in CTE schools were more likely to graduate than those who were not, a finding that’s especially true for students with disabilities or who are learning English. But Sam Streed, a policy analyst with Advocates for Children, said steps need to be taken to make sure those students get into CTE programs in the first place. “We cannot tell from public data whether they have equitable access to the full range of available programs,” he said, in prepared remarks. Read article