This paper is presented to address various issues in Career and Technical Education and Implications of False Equity from a Public Policy viewpoint. It is also meant to illustrate how some of the current trends used by secondary education students in choosing their future career paths are either directly or indirectly having an impact how many students think about their future enrollment in institutions of Higher Learning.
Clark, Albert D. and Rodgers, Ronald
"Career and Technical Education and the Implications of False Equity,"
Southern University College of Business E-Journal: Vol. 12:
3, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.subr.edu/cbej/vol12/iss3/2