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Measure career development indicators and determine the success and quality of your CTE or career program. 

The Kuder Local Needs Assessment helps you determine what the students and adults within your community need to develop their educations and careers. This customizable, comprehensive evaluation provides data to reveal current perceptions and conditions and allows you to create a reliable roadmap for the future. Plus, it’s designed to be used multiple times, so you can measure your success over time.

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FEATURES

Capture stakeholder perspectives.

Surveys tailored for your key stakeholders — students, parents, educators, and community and business leaders — will gather feedback on what they feel are their most important needs and challenges.  

Determine success with qualitative and quantitative data.

The KLNA evaluates stakeholders’ learning stages (knowledge acquisition and application) of your program initiatives around three career development pillars (career awareness and planning, school-based learning, and workforce preparation). Program leaders can use this valuable information to create a strategic plan including goals, objectives, and tactics.  

Coaching combined with the very best tools.

Once the assessment is complete and you've reviewed the analysis and report, the Kuder Career Planning System will give your community, state, or nation tools for every age, role, and level of involvement in education and planning.

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 KCNA Benefits

BENEFITS

Make a lasting impact in your area for years to come:

  • Measure and learn the effectiveness of your CTE or career development program through a comprehensive qualitative and quantitative survey and analysis.
  • Meet state and federal requirements for Perkins V, ESSA, and others. 
  • Use data to guide short- and long-term action, changes, and improvements.
  • Improve communication among program participants, staff, and community partners.
  • Establish a baseline of involvement and success to measure your program’s future results.
  • Add custom questions to the surveys to support additional requirements and initiatives.