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637, s5 a2, investigating diverse populations in career and technical education, saxe
637, s5 a2, investigating diverse populations in career and technical education, saxe
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637, s5 a2, investigating diverse populations in career and technical education, saxe
637, s5 a2, investigating diverse populations in career and technical education, saxe
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  • 1. Investigating DiversePopulations in Career and Technical Education MARC SAXE ECTS 637 SESSION FIVE – ASSIGNMENT TWO OCTOBER 29, 2012
  • 2. Session Five – Assignment Two Diverse Populations in CTE: Research:  Read Chapter Seven, Gordon  Consult Outside Sources Basic Questions:  Who are the Diverse Populations in CTE?  What Services Does Diversity Require?  What Resources Exist to Support Diversity?
  • 3. Who Are the Diverse Populations for CTE?  Special Needs Populations  Ethnic Groups  English Language Learners  Disabled Individuals  Economically Disadvantaged  Gifted and Talented  Everybody Else
  • 4. Ethnic Groups and CTE African Americans – Long History Vocational & CTE  Until 1850 – Apprenticeshipes  1910-1930 – Manual Training  Post 1900 – Growing Academic Training + Lower Vocational  Movement towards educational equality Hispanics  Growing Population – More unskilled, low wage  Low High School Graduation Rates – Lower academics  Colleges – More social science, less technological sciences Native American  BIA Schools -> Self determination -> Educational Integration
  • 5. What Services Does CTE Diversity Require? Access to Educational Opportunities English Proficiency Education: ELL Programs Specially Designed School to Work Programs Assessment Procedures Counseling Services Job Development & Placement
  • 6. CTE and Disabilities IDEA 1997 Transitions from School to Career Individualized Education Programs Social Skills Training CTE Work May Improve School Performance
  • 7. Challenges for CTE Importance for Broader Demographic Base Economics & Growing Inequality Labor Force Changes: Skilled & Unskilled Training Methods Politics of Race, Class, Gender, Economics

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