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The master presentation for the 3rd annual GuidanceFest. This years theme is Peace and Love - CTE and Academics. Presenters include Kelly Arrington, Tommi Leach, Kim Eason and myself.

The master presentation for the 3rd annual GuidanceFest. This years theme is Peace and Love - CTE and Academics. Presenters include Kelly Arrington, Tommi Leach, Kim Eason and myself.

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  • T—What’s the difference between a Learning Record and a Plan of Study? (Read slide) 4-year plan – What have I done? Plan of Study – Where am I going?
  • T—Read slide. We all use roadmaps (some of us more than others!) to get to where we want to go. That’s what a Plan of Study is. Sometimes life happens and we have to take detours along the way or we change our minds about where we want to go. However, POS are flexible and can be changed at will. Hopefully, students will become more interested and involved in their educational process when they can see the relevance of what they are doing (classes, etc.) and can eventually become the “driver” of their Plan.
  • Plans of study – can be electronic; can share between sites; really good-can put pre-populated plans of study
  • Intensive: 7 to 10 indicators Moderate: 5 to 6 indicators Low: 0 to 4 indicators Incomplete: Students did not respond to one or more components of the index 26 sites: over 1000 students assessed
  • Source: 2010 HSTW Assessment Intensive: 7 to 10 indicators Moderate: 5 to 6 indicators Low: 0 to 4 indicators Incomplete: Students did not respond to one or more components of the index 26 sites: over 1000 students assessed
  • Source: 2010 HSTW Assessment, All HSTW - TCTW Sites
  • Pre-Engineering and Architecture and Construction are academies approved by SDE In process is a Bio Medical and Bio Tech with an Ag focus—hope to be ready to enroll students by Fall 2007 Why would Tech Centers want to help remediate students who did not pass an EOI? Senate Bill 867 is the one we can remediate.
  • Keep in mind the ACE College Prep/Work Ready curriculum requires all core academic courses to be approved for college admission. This is the reason AgEd does not automatically count for Science credit under the new curriculum.
  • Sequence of courses that lead to a career goal; includes HS graduation requirements and other courses that enhance or strengthen the plan. Higher achievement if start early, involve parents, connected to career goal-not just graduation checklist or put in a file. Someone at school also helps them with plan.
  • 1998-17.73 2006-18.31 1999-17.28 2007-18.34 2000-16.63 2008-18.28 2001-16.42 2009 – 17.51 2002-15.97 Percent of jrs and srs served at tc 2003-16.67 hovered around 17-18,000 students 2004-17.77 2005-18.72
  • Like automotive alignment technician and automotive air conditioning technician
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    • 1. Topics • ACE legislationTopics Driving Oklahoma • Teacher and Leader  EffectivenessOklahoma Policy Discussions Effectiveness • Charter Schools Discussions • Longitudinal Data Systems • National Core Standards• National Core Standards • Virtual/online learning • Accountability • Budget• Budget
    • 2. HB 3029 ‐ Accreditation shall not be withdrawn or financial  penalties assessed against schools for failing to meet certain  requirements; school boards may elect to not offer professional  d l h l d f b k hdevelopment; schools may defer book purchases. • Failure to meet class‐size requirements • Includes early childhood education • Certification requirements for library  media specialistsp • Use textbook funds elsewhere • Not offer professional development• Not offer professional development • Only 2010‐2011 and 2011‐2012
    • 3. HB 3393 – Creates a scholarship for students with  disabilities establishes guidelines allows fordisabilities, establishes guidelines, allows for  enrollment in private schools • Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship • Transferred to private school upon written request of• Transferred to private school upon written request of  parent by deadline l f d• Approval of receiving district • Student must attend public school prior year • Funding through State‐aid funding formula minus 5%  administrative costs • Cannot have a negative effect on total common  education fundingeducation funding
    • 4. SB 1633 – Creates the School District Transparency Act,  requiring the SDE to develop and make available on its website  a searchable database of school district expenditures by the  OCAS code designation by January 30 2011OCAS code designation  by January 30, 2011. • Provides a calculation of per pupil spendingProvides a calculation of per pupil spending SB 2799 Provides that retakes of criterion reference tests bySB 2799 – Provides that retakes of criterion reference tests by  eligible students be administered at least two weeks prior to  the regular administration date of the testsg
    • 5. SB 2033 – Allows school districts to adopt a pay schedule that  provides incentive pay; creates the Teacher and Leaderprovides incentive pay; creates the Teacher and Leader  Effectiveness Evaluation System • Beginning in 2011 2012• Beginning in 2011‐2012 • Excludes payment in the TRS A l d t t f t t• Annual reward – not part of contract • Directs SDE and OSRHE and OK Commission for Teacher Prep  electronic data linked to provide basis for accountability andelectronic data linked to provide basis for accountability and  quality improvements in teacher preparation system • Modifies language of career teacher and probationary teacherModifies language of career teacher and probationary teacher  (probationary teacher not reached level of career teacher in 4  years to be dismissed) • Principal or teacher rated ineffective for 2 consecutive years  not to be re‐employed (subject to due process)
    • 6. SB 2318 – A student enrolled in an online course or program  ff d b h l d h h l h hoffered by a school district or charter school that is not the  student’s district of residence shall be provided the  opportunity to take any test required pursuant to the OKopportunity to take any test required pursuant to the OK  School Testing Program Act or any other test at an alternative  testing location approved by the State Board of Education. It g pp y establishes acceptable locations or alternatives for testing and  directs the school offering the online course to be responsible  f i dfor any associated costs.
    • 7. SB 2064 – Expands the zone of safety concerning registered sex  offenders around schools licensed child care centersoffenders around schools, licensed child care centers,  playgrounds, and parks from 300 feet to 500 feet SB 2129 Establishes the Statewide Virtual Task Force The taskSB 2129 – Establishes the Statewide Virtual Task Force. The task  force would be responsible for researching the possibility of  a statewide virtual school.a statewide virtual school. SB 2211 – Establishes that districts forfeit state aid while they  do not comply with requirements regarding the student p y q g g record system. SB 2319 – Specifies criteria for State Board of Education rules  regarding the implementation of online courses. It requires a  student admissions process, an electronic student transfer  t d th dsystem and other procedures.
    • 8. Bill Not Passed But Likely to ReturnBill Not Passed But Likely to Return… • SB 1610 – Increases the number of required  math courses from three to four units formath courses from three to four units for  ninth graders entering on or after the 2010‐ 2011 school year.
    • 9. Career Advisor e newsletterCareer Advisor e‐newsletter e/CounselorNewsletter/index htme/CounselorNewsletter/index.htm 1) Go to our website 2) O th l ft li k B ll ti B d2) On the left, click Bulletin Board 3) Click on Career Advisor)
    • 10. Reach Higher Oklahoma OSRHEReach Higher Oklahoma ‐ OSRHE • A degree completion program specifically designed for• A degree completion program specifically designed for  working people who have some college hours  • Nine (9) state universities are participating• Nine (9) state universities are participating • The program offers a Bachelor of Science Degree in  Organizational LeadershipOrganizational Leadership • The curriculum was created to meet the needs of today’s  businesses by preparing students for success in corporate, y p p g p , industrial, government and nonprofit careers • This is basically an online program that allows people to finish  a bachelor’s degree while working full time
    • 11. Reach Higher OklahomaReach Higher Oklahoma Cost: $165.00/hour No fees Main Requirements: • 72 college credit hours72 college credit hours • 21 years of age • At least 2 0 gpa on past college course workAt least 2.0 gpa on past college course work • Completed all general education requirements The website is very informative Check it out at:The website is very informative. Check it out at:
    • 12. ACE UpdateACE Update • ACE Curriculum – no changes ‐3 years of math in grades 9‐12 ‐Concurrent enrollment transcription – up to District • ACE Testing – 3 changes 1) Retakes – 2 weeks prior to testing window1) Retakes  2 weeks prior to testing window 2) Alt. tests – minimum cut scores approved 3) Alt test – can meet more than one subject3) Alt. test – can meet more than one subject • ACE Remediation – no changes *SDE ACE Update Presentation (summer 2010)
    • 13. E transcript UpdateE‐transcript Update • How many of you are currently using e‐transcripts? • 287 high schools currently signed up287 high schools currently signed up • 81 receivers ‐ includes colleges/universities/ C h /OKP i /NCAA Cl i hCareertechs/OKPromise/NCAA Clearinghouse • 24,175 – total number of transcripts received • $193,400 – saved by schools using e‐transcripts *As of October 11, 2010
    • 14. Contact Information:Contact Information: Tommi Leach Career & Academic Advisement Specialist ODCTEODCTE 405‐743‐5524
    • 15. • Plans of Study CTE  • Scheduling • Academic Materials to  College & Career Academic Materials • Kelly Arrington College & Career Transition •
    • 16. Learning Record versus Plan of StudyLearning Record versus Plan of Study Traditional Four Year Plan • A format that serves as a learning record and looks g toward the past l f dPlan of Study • A format that identifies what is to be achieved and  l k t d th f tlooks toward the future
    • 17. Si l tSimply put: A Plan of Study is a “roadmap” that guides  students through the coursework and g activities that will help them to achieve their  personal career goalspersonal career goals.
    • 18. Why do we need plans of study • Educational systems are charged with preparing students for  productive employment Why do we need plans of study productive employment. • Career development is an ongoing process, not a singular  event.e e • Personalized career planning helps students take responsibility  for and have ownership of their career decisions. • Students often need tangible means of seeing their progress  and direction. • Provides better linkage of education to future career plans • All students deserve the opportunity  to develop individualized career plans
    • 19. Evaluation Standard for Tech CentersEvaluation Standard for Tech Centers D ll t d t t i di id ll ith• Do all students meet individually with  advisor to discuss their career and  educational plans? Are individual career  plans with plans of study developed, p p y p , updated, and on file for all students to  identify and document career and academicidentify and document career and academic  services, as well as technical and academic  ?courses?
    • 20. E Plans of StudyE Plans of Study
    • 21. Guidance IndicatorsGuidance Indicators • Their teachers or counselors often encouraged them to take g more challenging English courses.  • Their teachers or counselors often encouraged them to take  more challenging mathematics courses.  • Their teachers or counselors often encouraged them to take  more challenging science courses.  • When planning and reviewing their high school four‐year  d l h lk d h heducation plan, they talked with their parents, step‐parents  or other adults with whom they lived at least once a year.  Th i d th f th l d t t k• They reviewed the sequence of courses they planned to take  throughout high school at least once a year. 
    • 22. Guidance IndicatorsGuidance Indicators • They were very satisfied with the  help they received at school in thehelp they received at school in the  selection of high school courses.  • A teacher or counselor talked to  th i di id ll b t th i lthem individually about their plans  for a career or further education  after high school.  • They and/or their parents (or step‐ parents/guardians) received  information or assistance frominformation or assistance from  someone at their school in selecting  or applying to college.  S f ll t lk d t• Someone from a college talked to  them about going to college.  • They spoke with or visited someone  in a career that they aspire to. 
    • 23. High Schools that Work: GuidanceHigh Schools that Work: Guidance
    • 24. Guidance All Oklahoma HSTW Sites
    • 25. CTE Scheduling Options • Mathematics Tech centers may offer above Alg I to 11th and 12th– Tech centers may offer above Alg I to 11th and 12th graders – May offer to 10th grade if tech center offers a SBEMay offer to 10 grade if tech center offers a SBE  approved program of focused career study • Pre‐Engineering     Bi di l S i• Biomedical Sciences • Biotechnology • Construction • –(May remediate for all mathematics courses  ith EOI)with EOI)
    • 26. Scheduling Options for CTE Laboratory Science • CTE courses may be certified as lab science by local highCTE courses may be certified as lab science by local high  school • Ag Ed/High school  • Certain Health courses/Tech Center • Must meet highly qualified teacher and requirements for college  admission • Meet process standards for lab science • Above Biology I if taught at tech center • Science courses should relate to student’s Program of  Study Ph i Ch i t A t d Ph i l Mi bi l• Physics, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology,   AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental, AP Physics • Allows tech centers to remediate Biology I for EOIAllows tech centers to remediate Biology I for EOI
    • 27. Scheduling Options for CTE Foreign Language or Computer Technology‐2 units A d f ll d i i i• Approved for college admission requirements,  whether taught at a high school or a technology  center school including computer programmingcenter school, including computer programming,  hardware, and business computer applications, such  as word processing, databases, spreadsheets, andas word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and  graphics, excluding keyboarding or typing courses • Oklahoma Promise (OHLAP) approval appliesOklahoma Promise (OHLAP) approval applies • List of approved courses available • // g/ / g /g / ChartCTOptions.doc
    • 28. Achieving Classroom Excellence (ACE)  Okl h P i & CTE • Importance of Planning Increased Oklahoma Promise & CTE • Importance of Planning Increased – Can be very difficult to “fit in” courses/activities without prior planning • Develop Plan of Study  – Develop plan of study early – Use resources you have • Assessments (like Explore and PLAN) to utilize students’ interests and  hi t f f d ti f l f t dachievement for foundation of plan of study • OKCIS – assessments, electronic portfolios, plans of study with local uploaded  course selection, ACT/SAT/AP prep, etccourse selection, ACT/SAT/AP prep, etc • Cluster plans of study, etc. – Pathway plans of study, district plans of study, terminology, etc h // k h / /P / id / id i• ces.htm – Technology center plans of study
    • 29. CTE Service Rate to Secondary StudentsCTE Service Rate to Secondary Students
    • 30. What are Career Majors? • A Career Major is a model sequence of courses What are Career Majors? A Career Major is a model sequence of courses  or field of study that prepares a student for a  career and ensures that:career and ensures that: – Integration occurs between academic and  occupational learning;occupational learning; – Transitions are established between secondary  schools and postsecondary institutions;schools and postsecondary institutions; – Students are prepared for employment in a broad  career cluster; andcareer cluster; and – Students receive a skill credential.
    • 31. Career Pathways/Career MajorsCareer Pathways/Career Majors • New framework for instruction • // g/ / • Rather than program – it is career  pathway/career majorpathway/career major • Student may be able to obtain more than one  career major • Important to transcript Oklahoma Promise p p courses precisely
    • 32. • Special Needs CTE  • Remediation • Alternative Tests to  College & Career Alternative Tests College & Career Transition
    • 33. Question OneQuestion One Two years after leaving high school, what  percent of students with IEPs worked?percent of students with IEPs worked? 70% of former students had worked,  Two years after leaving high school only 40% were  working , compared to 63% of same age peers  without high school IEPs.
    • 34. Question TwoQuestion Two According to National Drop Out data, whatcco d g o a o a op Ou da a, a percentage of high school students on an IEP go on to attend:go on to attend: ____Career tech programs? 2-year community or junior____2 year community or junior colleges? 4 ll ?____4-year colleges?
    • 35. According to National Drop Out data, what  percentage of high school students on an IEPpercentage of high school students on an IEP  go on to attend: 5%   Career tech programs? *12% in Oklahoma 20% 2‐year community or junior colleges?20% 2‐year community or junior colleges?         *Drops to 10% the second year. 9%   4‐year colleges?  *D 6% h d*Drops to 6% the second year.
    • 36. Question ThreeQuestion Three What skills and experiences p predict post high‐school p p g success for students on an  IEP? 
    • 37. What skills and experiences predict post high p p p g school success for students on an IEP?  Students having a paid job during highStudents having a paid job during high  school years Students being actively involved in the  IEP and transition planning andIEP and transition planning and  implementation process St d t d t di th i di bilitStudents understanding their disability,  limits, and strengths Students having high self‐determination  skillsskills
    • 38. Question FourQuestion Four What can Career Tech offer  students to prepare them for  successful post‐secondary  t iti ?transitions?
    • 39. Oklahoma Career Tech operates 29 technology centers on 57 campuses across the state.
    • 40. Career Tech provides:Career Tech provides: Relevant, Hands On Curriculum, Academic Credit and Remediation Employability Skills I d S i l N t kiIncreased Social Networking Work Ready AtmosphereWork Ready Atmosphere 
    • 41. EOI R di tiEOI Remediation Senate Bill 867 allows technology centers to offer EOI remediation to students in the following subjects: Algebra I  English II US History Biology IEnglish II English III Al b II Biology I Geometry Algebra II
    • 42. ConditionsConditions Must be approved by the technology center  and local school boardsand local school boards Instructors must be Highly Qualified and  Oklahoma subject certified Technology Centers cannot give EOI testsTechnology Centers cannot give EOI tests
    • 43. Alternate TestingAlternate Testing: Students mustStudents must take the EOI testtake the EOI test first !first !
    • 44. If h d hIf they do not pass, they may: Retake the EOIRetake the EOI OrOr Substitute an alternative test
    • 45. •The approved alternative  tests  and cut scores are  found here: n/EOIAltTests.pdf / p
    • 46. The CAC webpage : • ance/Remediation/remediation htmance/Remediation/remediation.htm
    • 47. ContactContact Kim Eason Academic and Transitions Specialist Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology EducationOklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education (405) 743‐5596
    • 48. http://oktechprep.blogspot.comhttp://oktechprep.blogspot.comhttp://oktechprep.blogspot.com
    • 49. “For the students who are unable to“For the students who are unable to h f hh f hmeet the rigor of the program, we aremeet the rigor of the program, we are forming a partnership with the localforming a partnership with the localforming a partnership with the localforming a partnership with the local career tech facility to transfer thosecareer tech facility to transfer thoseca ee tec ac ty to t a s e t oseca ee tec ac ty to t a s e t ose students to their center for trainingstudents to their center for training in the technical career paths withinin the technical career paths within h i i fi ld ”h i i fi ld ”the engineering field.”the engineering field.”
    • 50. VoTech CareerTechVoTech technical skills CareerTech tech skills and academics focused on a few jobs for all careers in lieu of academics/college aligns with and supports academics program-focused 16 clusters, 80+ pathways d dentry-level preparation industry-focused to create pathways for future opportunity college and career
    • 51. ttp://
    • 52. 4 %40.3%4 The College Completion Agenda
    • 53. “College attainment is increasingly“College attainment is increasingly important to the U S economy as theimportant to the U S economy as theimportant to the U.S. economy as theimportant to the U.S. economy as the workforce demands education andworkforce demands education and training that properly prepare ourtraining that properly prepare our i i f i h l b li i f i h l b lcitizens for success in the global,citizens for success in the global, knowledge economy.”knowledge economy.”knowledge economy.knowledge economy. A Stronger Nation Through Higher Education, The Lumina
    • 54. 12/3612/36/ The College Completion Agenda
    • 55. “National studies indicate that the“National studies indicate that the d h ld th id h ld th imore degree holders there are in amore degree holders there are in a state the higher the states perstate the higher the states perstate, the higher the states perstate, the higher the states per capita income.”capita income.”capita income.capita income.
    • 56. percentage point increase in the supply of collegep g p pp y g graduates raises. . . high h l dr p ut ’ g b 1 9%– high school drop-outs’ wages by 1.9% – high school graduates’ wages 1.6% – college graduates wages by 0.4%
    • 57. 30 3%30.3% The College Completion Agenda
    • 58. 45 h45th The College Completion Agenda
    • 59. t i i Okl ht i i Okl h 89% associate degree holders89% associate degree holders staying in Oklahomastaying in Oklahoma 89% associate degree holders89% associate degree holders 82% bachelors degree holders82% bachelors degree holders82% bachelors degree holders82% bachelors degree holders 2008 Employment Outcomes Reports,2008 Employment Outcomes Reports, OSRHEOSRHE
    • 60. 5 l t l l5 l t l l5 year employment levels5 year employment levels 79% associate applied science79% associate applied science79% associate applied science79% associate applied science 69% associate arts/science69% associate arts/science69% associate arts/science69% associate arts/science
    • 61. Associates of Applied ScienceAssociates of Applied Science Bachelors of Applied ScienceBachelors of Applied Science
    • 62. 15 PLAN15 PLAN15 PLAN15 PLAN 19 ACT19 ACT19 ACT19 ACT 2 5 GPA2 5 GPA2.5 GPA2.5 GPA
    • 63.
    • 64. •$108.98on campus ll •$8Alliance •$100.98savings h l •$302.943 hour class
    • 65. 4,637 students 1,583 secondary 2,321 adult Spring 2010
    • 66. 34,143 total credit hours 10,710 secondary 23,433 adult Spring 2010p g
    • 67. What About…What About… Continuous Enrollment?Continuous Enrollment? What About…What About… Continuous Enrollment?Continuous Enrollment? Okl h ’ P i ?Okl h ’ P i ?Oklahoma’s Promise?Oklahoma’s Promise? Probation Period?Probation Period?Probation Period?Probation Period? Workload?Workload? T i t?T i t?Workload?Workload? Transcript?Transcript? Fee Waiver?Fee Waiver?Fee Waiver?Fee Waiver? gg
    • 68. College TransitionCollege TransitionCollege TransitionCollege Transition
    • 69. Jeremy L ZweiackerJeremy L Zweiacker careertech|state tech prep and alliance coordinator
    • 70. All pictures are copyright of the original author or licensor. Pictures are licensed through the Creative Commons. Pictures have been attributed back to the original author via a link at the bottom of each slide where appropriateoriginal author via a link at the bottom of each slide where appropriate.