Published: Sara Shaw, Howard Gordon, Xue Xing, and Mark Carroll

Howard R. D. Gordon, Xue Xing,  Sara A. Shaw, and Mark C. Carroll (all Teaching and Learning) coauthored an article, "Why Apprenticeship Programs Matter to the 21st Century Postsecondary Education," in The CTE Journal. Shaw and Carroll are doctoral students.

Additionally, Gordon, Xing, and Shaw wrote a second article, "Analysis of Subject Matter Topics Presented at AERA's CTE Annual Meetings" that also appeared in The CTE Journal.

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