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The Ohio State University, Center on Education and Training for Employment

UNEVOC Centre since 2006



United States of America

Columbus, OH

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The Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE) is a translational research center within The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology located in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Our center seeks to solve societal problems through the use of an evidence-based intervention to policy development that results in widespread use of proven practices.

CETE bridges research and practice through work in assessment, community engagement and evaluation, corrections education, curriculum and training, professional learning for educators and family engagement. Our work has influenced areas such as human trafficking; school, family, and community partnerships; and adult education. The widespread application of our work has impacted the lives of families, children, and youth; immigrants; special needs populations; and various professional groups (e.g., students, teachers, managers, and technicians).

CETE empowers a team of faculty fellows and affiliates within The Ohio State University to engage in resource development, research, scholarship, and instruction in support translating research into practices toward the advancement of the workforce and health of communities. Our associates have extensive expertise in standards, curriculum and instruction, assessment, evaluation, professional development, international initiatives, and online education.

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Marcie Kamb
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