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  • Academy of Engineering - Project Timelines Fall, 2006 Pilot site RFP distributed to target urban districts seeking to yield up to 10 pilot schools. Open houses organized at an existing PLTW school site (PLTW can facilitate.) January, 2007 Have interested school counselors) attend PLTW counselor conference at RPI. February, 2007 Completed Proposals due to NAF. Joint NAF/PLTW/NACME committee screens proposals, Pilot sites conditionally approved. March – May, 2007 Pilot sites visited to confirm capacity and readiness and conduct orientation to PLTW and NAF Year of Planning Process. Following Site Visit Schools sign NAF Services Agreement Organizes Planning Team, Register for NAF Summer Institute School registers with PLTW online. District signs PLTW school agreement. School selects and registers a teacher for professional development. School completes Academy Readiness Profile, and a gap analysis of existing equipment and orders lacking equipment. School signs and returns PLTW Software Lease Agreement and leases required software. Summer: Teachers attend PLTW Summer Training Institute. Planning team (teachers, school leaders, district staff and business partners) attend Year Of Planning work session at NAF Institute. Fall, 2007 Classes commence for pilot academies as part of the YOP training. Teachers begin using the PLTW Virtual Academy as needed. Integrated academic/engineering modules developed and piloted throughout school year. NAF Planning Activities including web-conferences, on-site visit, and development of programmatic deliverables. First local advisory board convened (with support of NACME) Winter, 2007 - 2008 Finalize program of study, student recruitment plans and class schedule requirements Spring 2008 Conduct student recruitment; develop school schedule supportive of academy goals and program integrity, Staff selection and orientation. Summer 2008 Teams attend NAF and PLTW Institutes Fall 2008 Academy accepts students into 9th grade cohort. 2008-2012 One grade per year added to pilots through graduation and full academy implementation Academy of Engineering Expected Growth of Academy of Engineering Growth may continue at a measured pace after the 2010-11. If the number of AOE academies levels off at 110, they will ultimately graduate approximately 8,800 students per year. These graduates will be better prepared to succeed in post-secondary engineering and engineering technology, even though many were not chosen from the “academically elite” (upper 10% of the student population.)
  • In the document – NACME Planning and Strategy – there is a detailed explanation of the content of each of these programs.
  • In the document – NACME Planning and Strategy – there is a detailed explanation of the content of each of these programs.
  • STEM theme: The academy will center its course curriculum on science, technology, engineering and math. AOE will be a four-year high school program implemented in public schools selected by application. The guidelines for this new academy included: Either stand-alone or small learning community in an urban school district/environment Small, 400 student four-year high school – implemented one grade per year at each location (9 th Grade) AOE must be open to all students – no pre-qualifying tests Agreed policy for admissions - student expresses interest in theme and enrolling in the school Must have a separate leader and independent, dedicated and qualified staff across all disciplines. Approval by the school district. Degree of autonomy negotiated with school district and significant Budget authority.. AOE will not be a set of drop-in courses. Every student graduates ready for success at a four-year institution.
  • In the document – NACME Planning and Strategy – there is a detailed explanation of the content of each of these programs.
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    • 1. NACME Creating Opportunities, Ensuring Success
    • 2. Overview
      • Pre-engineering Programs
        • Middle and High School – develop collaborative relationships
      • Scholarship and Student Support
        • Community College
          • Increase awareness of career opportunities in Engineering
          • Improve transition to 4 year institutions – Articulation Agreements
        • Universities
          • Scholarships – 5 year commitment
          • Diversity matters – recruit, retain and graduate
          • Evaluate effectiveness of student support strategies – share best practices
          • Facilitate corporate internships and recruitment – online resume system
        • Post Graduate Support Sloan Foundation Minority PhD Program
      • Research
        • Publish reports, articles, op-ed pieces and editorials and participate in panels
        • Increase understanding and provide recommendations on the national issues related to minorities in the fields of engineering, science and technology
      • National Meetings
        • Communications and community building
        • Leaders from industry, education, foundations and government
    • 3. The Dow Chemical Company Intel Corporation Toyota Chevron Corporation Consolidated Edison Company Marathon Oil Company HP Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. Lockheed Martin Corporation Cadence Design Systems, Inc. Sony Electronics, Inc. Eastman Kodak Company The Boeing Company General Motors Corporation Entergy Corporation DuPont Company DaimlerChrysler Corporation BAE Systems Merck & Co., Inc. Oracle Corporation Bechtel Limited Shell Chemical LP Raytheon Company Exxon Mobil Corporation General Electric Company Booz Allen Hamilton Pitney Bowes, Inc. National Academy of Engineering IBM 3M BP Cisco Systems Deloitte & Touche LLP Eaton Xerox Corporation AT&T Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Ford Motor Company Northrop Grumman Chrysler LLC NACME Board Companies
    • 4. University Program
    • 5. University Program
      • 1227 Scholars
      • Cash Grants total $1.7M – growing to $2.1M in 2010
        • Retention rate of 82%
        • 3.1 Average GPA
        • 33% women compared to national avg. of 24%
        • 55% Latino; 39% African American; 3% American Indian; 3% Other
        • Partner Universities graduated 31% of all Underrepresented Minority Engineers
      • Community College Programs
        • San Diego
        • Maryland
    • 6. Partner Universities
      • Arizona State University, Tempe
      • Bucknell University
      • California State University, Los Angeles
      • California State University, Sacramento
      • City College of The City University of New York
      • Clarkson University
      • Cornell University
      • Drexel University
      • Fairfield University
      • Florida International University
      • Georgia Institute of Technology
      • Illinois Institute of Technology
      • Jackson State University
      • Kansas State University
      • Kettering University
      • Louisiana State University
      • Marquette University
      • Michigan Technological University
      • New Jersey Institute of Technology
      • North Carolina A&T State University
      • North Carolina State University
      • Northern Arizona University
      • Polytechnic University
      • Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico
      Prairie View A&M University Purdue University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rochester Institute of Technology Stevens Institute of Technology Syracuse University Temple University Tennessee Technological University Tuskegee University University of Akron University of Bridgeport* University of California, San Diego University of Central Florida University of Colorado – Boulder University of Houston University of Illinois, Chicago University of Maryland, Baltimore County University of Missouri, Rolla University of Southern California University of Texas, El Paso University of Texas, San Antonio University of Washington Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    • 7. Pre-Engineering Program
    • 8. Pre-Engineering Why? Population Group 2000 (M) 2010 (M) 2020 (M) % Pop % Pop Hispanic 36 48 60 12.6 17.8 Black 36 40 45 12.7 13.5 All other 211 221 231 74.4 68.7 Educational Attainment < HS HS Some College BA or Higher Hispanic 41% 28% 18% 12% Black 19% 36% 26% 17% White 10% 33% 27% 31%
    • 9. Pre-Engineering
      • Deliverables:
      • The NACME Guide to Engineering Colleges (in collaboration with The Princeton Review)
      • Helping Teachers Make a Difference (in collaboration with Cambell-Kibler)
      • Quick Study Guide for Students and Parents (in collaboration with Guaranteed 4.0)
      • Engineering Your Future: A Career Guide for Minority Youth
      • Classroom STEM Materials (posters, deliverables, etc.)
      • NACMEBacksMe.org
      • Partnerships
      • ACE Mentoring Program-high school outreach program that includes mentors and the development of education and career-related materials to support the AOE students
      • MESA-bring after school programs to the AOE sites in California/Washington
      • Grants & Scholarships
      • Teacher STEM Innovation Grants (Deadline: November 30th, 2008)
      • Student Pre-Engineering Scholarships (Deadline: May 10th, 2009)
      • Symposium
      • NACME Symposium and Partner Workshop
    • 10.  
    • 11. Academy of Engineering (AOE)
      • The National Academy Foundation, Project Lead The Way and the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
      • A partnership to create small learning communities in high schools focused on Science/Technology/Engineering/Math (STEM). The goals are:
      • Recruit and encourage more high school students to investigate careers in engineering, science and technology
      • Increase the participation of women and underrepresented minorities in the study of engineering
      • High school graduates ready for postsecondary education and prepared to succeed and graduate with a degree in the field
    • 12. AOE Involvement
      • National Academy Foundation (NAF): unique capabilities and documented success in developing specialized career academies in Finance, IT, Travel and Tourism
      • Project Lead The Way (PLTW): Provides the curriculum development for core pre-engineering studies, teacher PLTW certification and classroom requirements
      • National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME): reinforcing and enhancing the educational experience in the classroom by providing support to the local community, students and parents – using a collaboration model
    • 13. AOE Guidelines
      • The guidelines for this new academy include :
      • Small, 400 student four-year high school
      • Either stand-alone or small learning community in an urban school
      • Must have a separate leader and independent, dedicated staff across all disciplines and approval by the school district
      • Degree of autonomy negotiated with school district and significant budget authority
      • AOE will not be a set of drop-in courses
      • AOE will not be for the top students of a high school or community, but must be open to all students of the school
      • Agreed policy for admission to program (Student expresses interest in theme and enrolling in the school)
      • Every student graduates ready for success at a four-year institution
      • STEM theme: The academy will center its course curriculum on science, technology, engineering and math
    • 14. Advisory Board Involvement Bechtel   Boeing Los Angeles, CA University High School 3M BP Northrop Grumman San Diego, CA EDT Academy Morse High School HP   Raytheon San Diego, CA Patrick Henry High School   HP Raytheon   San Diego, CA James Madison High School Raytheon     San Francisco, CA Burton High School Bechtel   AT&T Strathmore, CA Harmony Magnet Academy TBD     Atlanta, GA Frederick Douglass High School IBM AT&T New York, NY Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture High School Malcolm Pirnie     Columbus, OH East High School on Arcadia Malcolm Pirnie     Las Vegas, NV Northwest Career and Technical Academy Bechtel    Waco, TX AJ Moore Academy TBD     Dallas, TX H. Grady Spruce High School AT&T Exxon Mobil   Burien, WA Technology, Engineering & Communications School Boeing    
    • 15. AOE Cohort II San Antonio, TX Houston, TX Columbia, SC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC New York, NY Albany, NY New Orleans, LA East Baton Rouge, LA Chicago, IL Miami, FL Miami, FL Hialeah Gardens, FL New London, CT Hartford, CT Sacramento, CA Los Angeles, CA Exxon Mobil / Marathon AT&T Exxon Mobil AT&T AT&T Helen Bernstein High School School of Engineering and Sciences Hartford High School Science and Technology Magnet High School Hialeah Gardens Senior High School Miami Sunset Senior High School North Miami Senior High School Austin Polytechnic High School Scotlandville Magnet High School Sarah T. Reed Senior High School Albany High School Manhattan Bridges High School Hopewell High School Mallard Creek High School Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology Zebulon B. Vance High School AOE Columbia High School Cesar Chavez Senior High School Sam Houston High School
    • 16. NACME Model for Collaboration Partner Universities Academy of Engineering MESA Programs SLOAN/GEM/NACME ACE Programs
    • 17. Research and Policy
    • 18. Research and Policy
      • Reports Published
        • Block Grant Program Evaluation
        • Baseline updates - AA / Latino / AI
        • Graduating Seniors - University influence
        • Data Book
      • Policy
        • NACME/AAAS – Roundtable – Standing Our Ground II – Washington DC 1/08
        • The “New” American Dilemma - State of Minority Participation in Engineering – Capitol Hill 5/08
    • 19. Discussion
    • 20.  
    • 21. Contact Information
      • Raluca Cadar
      • Team Leader, Pre-Engineering Programs
      • NACME, Inc.
      • 440 Hamilton Avenue, Suite 302
      • White Plains, NY 10601-1813
      • Tel:     914-539-4010 x 202
      • Fax:    914-539-4032
      • Email: [email_address]