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  • Accountability – Secondary Indicators Academic achievement – NCLB assessments Technical attainment – industry standards when possible Attainment of a diploma NCLB graduation rates Placement in postsecondary or employment Participation and completion of non-traditional programs Programs of Study link to DE’s Student Success Plan (SSP)
  • State CTE Regulations (509) Title 14 Education, Section 525 Present and future labor market Information Occupational need and availability of placement Career and Technical Student Organizations Integration of academic content Equipment comparable to business and industry Certified Teachers Advisory Committees
  • 45 pathways in 11 clusters
  • 1S1: All students who reach a state-defined threshold level of vocational education will master academic knowledge and skills that meet challenging state academic standards. 1S2: All students who reach a state-defined threshold level of vocational education will master knowledge and skills that meet state-defined and industry-validated career and technical standards.
  • Data Reporting: Identification of Voc Concentrators Data entry into reporting systems Verification prior to submission Completion of pathway requirements
  • Data Reporting: Identification of Voc Concentrators Data entry into reporting systems Verification prior to submission Completion of pathway requirements

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  • Career & Technical Education Workshop Co-Sponsored by: Delaware Department of Education Delaware Advisory Council on Career and Technical Education John Collette Education Resource Center May 30, 2008
  • Agenda
    • Opening Comments
    • Carl D. Perkins Act of 2006 State Plan
    • CTE Career Pathways
    • Breakout Sessions / choose 2
      • AgriScience
      • Business, Finance and Marketing
      • Family & Consumer Sciences
      • Technology Education
      • Skilled and Technical Sciences
    • Perkins IV Data Requirements
    • State Regulation 502
    • CTE Related Agency Updates
  • Perkins IV - Overview
    • Themes
      • Accountability and program improvement
      • High Wage, High Skill, High Demand
      • Secondary-postsecondary connections
      • Links to rigorous academics
      • Stronger focus on business and industry
  • Perkins IV - Guidelines
    • State (509) Funding
      • State Regulation 525
    • Federal (Perkins) Funding
      • Program Enhancement or Improvement
      • Administration – 5% Maximum
      • Supplement, Not Supplant
      • Equipment vs. Supply
      • Additional Guidance
  • CTE Career Pathways
    • Career Pathway Graduation Requirement
    • CTE Career Pathways
      • Defined Statewide ~ DRC
      • Planned and Sequential
        • Graduation Requirement (505)
        • Student Success Plan (505)
        • Programs of Study (Perkins IV)
  • AgriScience
    • Animal Science
    • Equine Science
    • Food Science
    • Wildlife/Natural Resources I
    • Environmental Science
    • Power and Mechanical Systems
    • Structural System
    • Horticulture Science
    • Floriculture
    • Greenhouse Management
    • Turfgrass Management
    • Landscape Management and Design
    • Biotechnology
  • Business, Finance & Marketing
    • Accounting
    • Banking Services
    • Administrative Services
    • Business and Corporate Management
    • Business Information Technology
    • Marketing Communications
    • Marketing Management
  • Family and Consumer Sciences
    • Nutrition and Culinary
    • Human Services
    • Early Childhood Education
    • Clothing and Textiles
    • Health Services
  • Skilled and Technical Sciences
    • Architecture & Construction
    • Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
    • Government & Public Administration
    • Health Science
    • Hospitality & Tourism
    • Human Services
    • Public Safety Corrections, & Security
    • Manufacturing
    • Marketing, Sales & Service
    • Science, Technology, & Mathematics
    • Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
    • Bio-Related Technology
    • Drafting and Design - CAD
    • Drafting and Design - Architectural
    • Drafting and Design – Engineering
    • Communication Technology
    • Graphic Design and Production
    • Digital Media and Imaging
    • Audio, Radio and Video Engineering
    • Microsoft Engineering
    • Materials Science Processing
    • Construction and Manufacturing
    • Process of Design and Engineering
    • Fundamentals of Structures
    • Electricity and Electronics
    • System Control Technology
    • Automotive Technology
    • Foundations of Technology
    • Technological Systems
    Technology Education
  • CTE Career Pathways
    • Structure
      • AgriScience
      • Business, Finance and Marketing
      • Family and Consumer Sciences
      • Technology Education
      • Skilled and Technical Sciences
    • Statewide ~ Planned and Sequential
      • Pathway Names
      • Pathway Course Names
      • CIPs
  • Perkins IV Data Reporting
    • Why report?
    • What to report?
    • Where to report?
    • When to report?
  • CTE Definitions
    • CTE Participant :
      • A student who has successfully completed one course in any CTE program area.
    • CTE Concentrator :
      • A student who has successfully completed at least fifty percent of the credits required to complete a state-approved CTE pathway of sequenced courses, and is enrolled at the next level in the same pathway.
  • Components of Core Indicator Framework
    • Indicator 1: Academic Attainment (NCLB)
    • Indicator 2: Technical Skill Attainment
    • Indicator 3: School Completion
    • Indicator 4: Graduation Rate (NCLB)
    • Indicator 5: Placement and Retention
    • Indicator 6: Nontraditional Participation & Completion
  • Core Indicator 1: Academic Attainment
    • GOAL: assess CTE concentrator attainment of challenging state established academic skill proficiencies.
    • 1S1 – Reading/Language Arts (NCLB)
    • 1S2 – Mathematics (NCLB)
  • Core Indicator 2: Technical Skill Attainment
    • GOAL: assess CTE concentrator attainment of challenging state established CTE skill proficiencies.
    • 2S1 – Technical Skill Attainment
  • Core Indicator 3: School Completion
    • GOAL: assess CTE concentrator attainment of a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent.
      • 3S1 – Secondary School Completion
  • Core Indicator 4: Graduation Rates
    • GOAL: assess CTE concentrator graduation rate, based on NCLB indicator.
      • 4S1 – Graduation Rates
  • Core Indicator 5: Placement and Retention
    • GOAL: assess CTE concentrator placement in post-secondary education, employment or military service.
      • 5S1 – Secondary Placement
  • Core Indicator 6: Non-Traditional Participation and Completion
    • GOAL: assess participation in and completion of CTE programs that lead to careers that are non-traditional by gender.
      • 6S1 – Non-Traditional Participation
      • 6S2 – Non-Traditional Completion
  • Perkins IV Reporting Data Elements
    • CTE Pathway Enrollment and Completion
    • Demographics : Gender, Race/Ethnicity
    • Special Populations :
      • Individuals with Disabilities (SPED codes)
      • Economically Disadvantaged (Free and Reduced Lunch)
      • Single parents and Displaced Homemakers
      • Limited English Proficiency (LEP and NEP)
      • Non-traditional enrollees
    • Grades: 9 -12
    • 10 th Grade DSTP reading and math scores for seniors
    • High School Graduation Diploma or Certificate
    • Placement : H.S. Graduate follow-up survey
    • Tech Prep : Year of Graduation = 2006, 2007, 2008
  • District/Charter Data Reporting
    • Enrollment of students in CTE pathways (by March 30 each year)
    • Completion of CTE Pathway (by June 30 each year)
    • Single Parents & Displaced Homemakers
    • Graduates responding to follow-up surveys
    • Identification of Tech Prep enrollees and completers.
  • Data Reporting in eSchoolPlus
  • Perkins Data Verification
    • CTE Clusters and Pathways
    • List of Clusters with Non-traditional enrollee identification
    • CTE Pathway Enrollment and Completion
    • Cognos report for verification of student data
    • State-approved (509) CIP courses
    • www.doe.k12.de.us/services/guide/cte.shtml
  • Using Perkins data for Evaluation and Planning Delaware 2006-07 Perkins Data 12.20%     Overall Performance 8.80% 23.88% 15.08% 4S2: Completion of Secondary Nontraditional Programs 1.49% 37.35% 35.86% 4S1: Participation in Secondary Nontraditional Programs 6.73% 98.24% 91.51% 3S1: Secondary Placement - 6.76% 63.90% 70.06% 2S1: Secondary Completion - 6.24% 66.98% 73.22% 1S2: Secondary CTE Skill Attainment 8.18% 37.89% 29.71% 1S1: Secondary Academic Attainment         Difference ACTUAL Performance Level TARGET Performance Level Core Sub-indicators
  • Using Perkins data for Evaluation and Planning
    • Accessing School and District level data
    • Contact your District/Charter Pupil Accounting System Coordinator
    • Continuous Improvement
    • Delaware Student Placement (3S1) Targets
    • Program Year Target
    • 2006-2007 63.90%
    • 2007-2008 66.00%
    • 2008-2009 OVAE proposal 70.00%
  • Regulation 502
    • Evidence of Alignment – March 31, 2009
    • CTE Course Approval
    • Curriculum Workshops
    • Evaluation
  • CTE Partners
    • Delaware Advisory Council on Career and Technical Education (DACCTE)
      • Dr. Manera Constantine, Executive Director
    • Tech Prep, Delaware
      • Dr. Lydia Tucker, Executive Director
  • CTE Contact Information
    • Dr. Mike Owens ~ Associate Secretary, Adult Ed & Work Force Development
    • [email_address]
    • Dr. Amelia Hodges ~ Director, CTE & School Climate
    • [email_address]
    • Dr. Karen Hutchison ~ AgriScience
    • [email_address]
    • Lisa Stoner-Torbert ~ Business, Finance and Marketing
    • [email_address]
    • Rita Hovermale ~ Family and Consumer Sciences
    • [email_address]
    • Dr. Dale Derrickson ~ Skilled and Technical Sciences
    • [email_address]
    • Sharon Rookard ~ Technology Education
    • [email_address]
    • Dr. Melvin D’Souza ~ Data Analysis
    • [email_address]
    • Frank Ingram ~ Student Activities
    • [email_address]
    • Delaware Department of Education
    • 35 Commerce Way, Suite 1
    • Dover, DE 19904
    • (302) 857-3320