Report: Engineering Technology Pathways through High Schools, Community Colleges, and Industry Partners

Posted on December 8, 2014 by  in

“Successful Academic and Employment Pathways in Advanced Technologies” (NSF #1104214)
is an ATE Targeted Research on Technician Education partnership between Florida Advanced
Technological Education Regional Center of Excellence (FLATE) and an interdisciplinary team
of researchers from the University of South Florida (USF). PathTech responds to the growing
need to understand pathways to and from technician education programs and the technology
workforce through by interviewing students and key personnel in Tampa Bay high school career
academies, engineering technology (ET) AS/AAS programs, and advanced manufacturing
industry. This booklet contains summary findings from an evaluation of PathTech.

File: Click Here
Type: Report
Category: ATE Research & Evaluation
Author(s): Will Tyson