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  • This is an up-close look at the Health Sciences Career Cluster. You can see the cluster is an extension of the career field. The Health sciences cluster is divided out into 5 different pathways. Each pathway offers programs of study that will lead to a variety of career specialties. Career Specialties are the specific job titles within a cluster. Career Specialties are always evolving. With advances in technology, the labor market, and international economy, new job titles will be create as others become outdated and are eliminated. This is why it is important for the NCE model to guide students toward programs of study within a pathway to prepare them for a variety of career specialties, not just one.
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    • 1. Career and Technical Education
      • CTE Teacher Licensure
      • Program Approval
      • Career Clusters
      • Data Collection
    • 2. Carl D Perkins Act 2006
      • Perkins 101 ---
      • Primarily from the
      • secondary perspective
      • Although Postsecondary questions will be answered or the source for the answer identified.
    • 3. Career and Technical Education Teacher Licensure What license(s) is/are acceptable for Federal Carl D. Perkins and Local Levy program dollars?
    • 4. Current CTE Licensure-Secondary http://cfl.state.mn.us/mde/Academic_Excellence/Career_Technical_Education/Administration_Perkins_Grant/index.html
      • Table C
        • Column A - Program OE Code
        • Column B - UFARS Code/Budget Reporting
        • Column C - Program Name
        • Column D - Course Codes
        • Column E - Course Titles (generic)
        • Columns F-K - Approved Licenses
        • Column L - Career Cluster
        • Columns M-O - Used for Data Coding
        • Column P - Non-Traditional Program
        • Identifier
    • 5. Table C Example
      • A B C F-K
      • Program Program Name Valid Licenses
      • Code UFARS
      • 140710 341 Administrative Support Occupations 140050 140100 140200 140292 140500 140505 140710 140715 140731
      • D E
      • Course Course Generic Name
      • Code
      • 01 Keyboarding I
      • 02 Keyboarding II
      • 03 Advanced Keyboarding III 04 Advanced Keyboarding IV 05 Business Communications/Applied Communications I 06 Business Communications/Applied Communications II 07 Office Procedures/Skills for the Electronic Office
        • Column L= Career Cluster
        • Columns M-O = Used for Data Coding
        • Column P = Non-Traditional Program Identifier
    • 6. Secondary Licensure
      • Only teachers holding a valid CTE license are approved for use of federal and local levy dollars
      • New Standard Licensure as of
      • September 1, 2002
      • Community Expert, Variance, Waiver, Temporary Limited Licensure –(variance) (most are 3-year limits)
    • 7.  
    • 8. Program Approval Using Rubrics for Program Approval and Continuous Program Improvement
    • 9. Postsecondary Program Approval and Licensure
      • Programs must meet the MnSCU policy and procedures for program approval and teacher credentials
    • 10. Secondary CTE Program Approval Renewal Process
      • Minnesota Rules 3505.1100-2500
      • FY2006-2007 New Program Approval Rubric Format
      • Self rating from Minimal Standards to Exemplary Standards
      • Review: Community Involvement, Personnel, Program Administration, Program Assessment, Program Design, Resources, Support Services
    • 11. Program Approval Schedule
      • FY09-10 South West Minnesota
      • FY10-11 South East Minnesota
      • FY11-12 West Metro
      • FY12-13 Northern Minnesota
      • FY13-14 Central Minnesota/East Metro
      • Repeating: FY14-15 South West Minnesota, Etc .
      • OR: New Program Added
        • Courses need new syllabus
        • Change in teachers need copy in file
    • 12. Program Approval http://cfl.state.mn.us/mde/Academic_Excellence/Career_Technical_Education/Forms_Resources/index.htm
      • Introduction Package
      • Definitions
      • Rubrics for all 7 program areas
        • Community Involvement
        • Personnel
        • Program Administration
        • Program Assessment
        • Program Design
        • Resources
        • Support Services
    • 13. SECONDARY CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM APPROVAL PROPOSAL FOR YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES
      • ED-00381-15 Replaces ED-00381-14
      • Needs the signature of the Special Education Director
      • Used for following Program OE Codes: 000670, 000710, 000750, 000755, and 000790.
    • 14. ED-00381-15
      • Secondary Career and Technical Education Program Approval Proposal for Youth with Disabilities
      • 000670 – Career Accommodation
      • 000710 – Career and Technical Evaluation
      • 000750 – Work Experience Handicapped
      • 000755 – WE/Career Exploration Program
      • 000790 – Technical Tutor/Paraprofessional
    • 15. SECONDARY CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM APPROVAL PROPOSAL
      • ED-02335-03 Replaces ED-02335-02
      • This form is to be used for ALL career and technical education programs EXCEPT the following programs designed to serve students with disabilities: 000670, 000710, 000750, 000756, and 000790.
    • 16. ED-02335-03
      • Secondary Career and Technical Education Program Approval Proposal
      • For all program s except those using form ED-00381-15 (previous slide) including administrative and general codes:
        • 000110 Local District Career and Technical Education Administrator
        • 000745 Work Experience – Disadvantaged
        • 000756 WE/CEP – Disadvantaged
        • 001050 Employment Placement
    • 17. Program Approval resources needed with each form
      • Appropriate PA Form w/Signatures
      • Copy of teacher’s licenses
      • Copy of the Advisory List with Business Association
      • Sample of certificates/credentials offered
      • Postsecondary articulated programs
      • COURSE SYLLABUS FOR EACH COURSE – 1-3 pages maximum
    • 18. Dates
      • Due to MDE on or before December 1 for the year of the cycle. If received after that date, the program will NOT be approved until the next fiscal year. Meaning: dollars will NOT be able to be used from Perkins and/or the Local Levy for any aspect of the program for that year.
    • 19. STATEMENTS
      • Check only one of the appropriate rating boxes based on self-assessment. Retain documentation in your files.
      • Rating Scale from the Program Approval Rubrics:
        • MIN – Minimum
        • EME – Emerging
        • QUA – Quality
        • EXE - Exemplary
    • 20. Program Approval Seven Areas:
      • Community Involvement
      • Personnel
      • Program Administration
      • Program Assessment
      • Program Design
      • Resources
      • Support Services
    • 21. Funding
      • The state is in the process of re-establishing the EDRS (Education Data Reporting System) for all approved CTE programs (FY11 and beyond)
      • Funding will begin on current year expenses beginning with Fall 2007- NEXT YEAR and beyond. Prior MDE approval of budgets will be necessary in Spring 2007 for the next funding year, etc.
    • 22. Funding – General Information
      • Work with your local Perkins administrator and the Perkins Consortium director to ensure that you are part of the approved plan.
      • Work begins yearly in the fall for the upcoming year-New Consortium direction
      • Perkins plans are due to MDE in May with approval sent out in June
      • July 1-June 30 funding cycle
    • 23. Minnesota Department of Education Academic Standards and High School Improvement 1500 Highway 36 West Roseville MN 55113-4266 FAX: 651 582-8492
      • Dan Smith 651 582-8330 [email_address]
      • Supervisor
      • Marlys Bucher 651 582-8315 [email_address]
      • Data/Perkins/Assessment & Evaluation/Metro Minnesota,
      • FACS, POS
      • Al Hauge 651 582-8409 [email_address]
      • Career Development/Counseling/Work-Based Learning,
      • NE Minnesota Perkins
      • Michelle Kamenov 651 5828434 [email_address]
      • Service Learning/Counseling Liaison
      • Jean Kyle 651 582-8514 [email_address]
      • Business/Marketing Ed/Central Minnesota
      • Joel Larsen 651 582-8395 [email_address]
      • Agriculture Education/SE Minnesota
      • Michael Mitchell 651 582-8513 [email_address]
      • Health Education/SE Minnesota
      • Pam Schneider 651 582-8305 [email_address]
      • Fiscal/Grants
      • John Rapheal 651 582-8682 [email_address]
      • T/T&I, NW Minnesota
      • Debra Blahosky 651 582-8334 [email_address]
      • Support Staff/Program Approval Data Base
      • Cherie Carlson 651 582-8468 [email_address]
      • Support Staff
      • Anne Danielson 651 582-8386 [email_address]
      • Support Staff
      • Judee Ferguson 651 582-8865 [email_address]
      • Support Staff
      Staff
    • 24. Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Wells Fargo Building Suite 350 St Paul MN FAX 651 296-3214
      • Joann Simser 651 282-5569 [email_address]
      • System Director
      • Vacancy
      • Program Director Perkins
      • Vacancy
      • Programs of Study Operations
      • Eva Scates-Winston 651 297-3792 [email_address]
      • Program Director, Perkins Equity Liaison
      • Special Populations
      • Rekha Dixit 651 649-5781 [email_address]
      • Perkins Grant Accountant
      • Florence Newton 651 296-39065 [email_address]
      • Perkins Administrative Specialist
      • Yingfah Thao 651 297-1116 [email_address]
      • Perkins Administrative Specialist
      • Susan Carter 651 297-4415 [email_address]
      • Senior Research Associate
      • For BRIO and ISRA Data Assistance:
      • Michelle Dorschner 651 201-1418 [email_address]
      • System Developer, Federal Perkins-IT MnSCU
      Staff
    • 25. Questions?
      • Contact your Regional Staff Perkins Coordinator or the MnSCU Office Staff
    • 26. Web Sites for Resources
      • General Information:
      • http://cfl.state.mn.us/mde/Academic_Excellence/Career_Technical_Education/index.html
      • Table C – Program and Course Codes:
      • http://cfl.state.mn.us/mde/Academic_Excellence/Career_Technical_Education/Administration_Perkins_Grant/index.html
    • 27. Web Site Resources
      • Database of Approved Programs (04-10), Rubrics, Work-Based Learning Manual, PA and other Forms, Labor Laws, Standards and Measures, Frameworks:
      • http://cfl.state.mn.us/mde/Academic_Excellence/Career_Technical_Education/Forms_Resources/index.html
    • 28. Web Site Resources
      • Transition Disabled Information:
      • http://cfl.state.mn.us/mde/Academic_Excellence/Career_Technical_Education/Transition_Disabled/index.html
    • 29. Minnesota Career Clusters
      • http://www.cte.mnscu.edu /
      • PERKINS IV documents and Local Applications
      • Programs of Study
      • Calendar of Events
      • Partnership:
      • Minnesota Department of Education
      • Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
    • 30. Minnesota Career Fields (six-segmented ring)
      • Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
      • Arts, Humanities, & Communications
      • Business Management & Administration
      • Engineering, Manufacturing, & Technologies
      • Health Science & Technology
      • Human Services
    • 31.
      • MnCareers Fields
      • Agriculture
      • Business
      • Engineering
      • Health
      • Human Services
      • MCIS Fields
      • Agriculture & Natural Resources
      • Arts, Humanities, & Communications
      • Business Management, & Administration
      • Engineering, Manufacturing, & Technology
      • Health Service & Technology
      • Human Services
      • MDE Broad Career Areas
      • Health Science & Technology
      • Business & Marketing
      • Trade & Technology Education
      • FACS
      • Agriculture, Food, & Natural
      • Resources
    • 32. Communications & Information Systems Minnesota Career Fields, Clusters & Pathways
    • 33. A Closer Look at a Cluster Health Science Career Cluster Cluster Pathway Specialty Clusters Slices – available for all 16 clusters Program of Study Mid/HS Gr 8-10 HS Gr 9-12 College Gr 11-16 & beyond Specialty College Gr 11-16 & beyond
    • 34.  
    • 35. www.careerclusters.org Web site for the National project: Multiple resources available
    • 36. Data Core Indicators for the Carl D Perkins 2006 Act.
    • 37. Perkins III Core Indicators
      • 1S1 – Academic Attainment (BST Data)
      • 1S2 - Technical Skill Attainment
      • 2S1 – Completion/Graduation
      • 3S1 – Placement
      • 4S1 – Participation of Nontraditional
      • 4S2 – Completion of Nontraditional
    • 38. Perkins IV Core Indicators
      • 1S1 – Academic Attainment –Reading/L. Arts
      • 1S2 – Academic Attainment – Mathematics
      • 2S1 – Technical Skill Attainment
      • 3S1 – Secondary Completion (GED/Other)
      • 4S1 – Graduation Rates (NCLB)
      • 5S1 – Placement (PS, Work, Military)
      • 6S1 – Participation Nontraditional
      • 6S2 – Completion Nontraditional
    • 39. Data Fields
      • Carl Perkins Data Elements
        • Year
        • School type, number, building number
        • Course number/length in minutes
        • Student data (MARSS Number), grade, etc
      • MARSS Data Base
        • Unique number, ethnicity, gender, other
      • Valid Program/Course ID Table (Table C)
      • BST/MCA Testing (2010)
    • 40. Data Fields
      • 07 0276 01 074 1234567891011 090401 50 04500 P N N
      • 07 – Year
      • 0276 – District Number (Minnetonka)
      • 01 – School Type
      • 074 – School Building Number (High School)
      • 1234567891011 – Individual Student MARSS #
      • 090401 – OE Program Code - Law Enforcement Careers
      • 50 – Course Code-Law Enforcement Careers I
      • 05400 – Minutes (60 minute class for 90 days-semester)
      • P – Passed the course
      • N – Single Parent/Pregnant Teen
      • N – Displaced Homemaker
    • 41. Postsecondary Data Collection
      • All data is collected through ISRS and BRIO and reports generated for federal reporting at the Office of the Chancellor.
      • BRIO and ISRS data is available via computer at each college
    • 42. Questions?
      • Marlys J. Bucher, Ph.D.
      • Coordinator for Secondary Perkins
      • CTE Program Assessment/Evaluation
      • 1500 Highway 36 West
      • Roseville MN 55113-4266
      • [email_address]
      • (651) 582-8315 Phone
      • (651) 582-8492 FAX
    • 43.