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Career and Technical Education's Role in Dropout Prevention and Recovery (2007)
This issue brief will explore the critical role that career and technical education (CTE) plays in dropout prevention and recovery. High quality career and technical education can help more students persist in and complete high school by preparing them for the postsecondary education and training that will be critical to future economic successes; by increasing student engagement; by building positive relationships; and by providing innovative delivery methods. Includes vignettes of programs or schools in Midwest City, Oklahoma; Miami, Florida; and Cincinnati, Ohio. --Retrieved Nov. 2007
America's Career InfoNet
America's Career InfoNet is a resource for making informed career
decisions to support a demand-driven workforce investment system.
Career Information for Kids
Exploring career information with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Career Voyages
Start exploring career options and be in demand by knowing about high growth jobs with better wages and a brighter future.
Higher Learning = Higher Earning
What you need to know about college and careers.
JobProfiles.org
Career Exploration: The Personal Side of Work. Job profiles in many different fields.
Mapping Your Future
Mapping Your Future is a national collaborative, public-service project of the financial aid industry - bringing together the expertise of the industry to provide free college, career, financial aid, and financial literacy services for students, families, and schools.
O*Net Online
Making occupational information interactive and accessible for all.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
For hundreds of different types of jobs -- such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse -- the Occupational Handbook tells you : the training  and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.
Youthhood.org
This Web site was built to help you plan for the future. What will you do after high school? Will you work? Go to college? Live in a place of your own?
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