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GETTING THE FULL VALUE OUT
OF CTE
ACTEAZ Summer Conference
July 2016
Bellwork
• Think for a moment about the outcomes you wish for all
students. Please share with your shoulder partner.
Be pr...
Potential Power of CTE
• 92% of U.S. high school students take at least one CTE
course
• Less concentrate in CTE but it is...
CTE Delivery Model
What we want from our educational
system
• Engagement
• Achievement
• Transition
Student Engagement
Getting Kids Through HS:
The First Measure of Engagement
Good News
• High School
Completion = 81% -
Highest in 40 Years
• ...
A state look
• All students: 76.0%
• American Indian/Alaska Native: 62%
• Asian/Pacific Islander: 87%
• Hispanic: 72%
• Bl...
CTE’s potential contributions to
engagement
On the Rise
ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
• CTE participation has a positive effect on
students’ academic engag...
Staying Power
• Ratio of 1 academic: 2 CTE courses is optimal
• 98% of AZ 2014-2015 concentrators completed high
school vs...
Discussion
• Why do kids that are immersed in CTE programs come to
school regularly and graduate on time?
Turn to your sho...
Achievement
CTE Contributions to Achievement
Western Interstate Commission for Higher
Education
Impact of Career/Technical Courses that
Integrate Academics
46%
31%
69%
60%
45%
63%
53%
39%
57%
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%...
Discussion
• What is it about CTE that improves students’ academic
outcomes?
Share with your shoulder partner
Be prepared ...
Transition
Only 40% of 27-year olds have earned
an A.A. degree or higher
CTE’s Potential Contributions to Transition
Transition
• “According to data from the National Center for Education
Statistics, the majority of CTE students in high sc...
CTE Sends Students on to
Postsecondary Education
• 78% of CTE concentrators enroll in postsecondary education, full time, ...
Credential Acquisition
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
CTE
Others
NAVE, 2004
THE PARADIGM
IS SHIFTING
College for all?
• 68% start college
• Only 40% complete college
• 53% of grads are unemployed
or underemployed
• Student ...
TIME Magazine
• “Millennials make less
money, are more likely to
live in poverty and have
lower rates of
employment than t...
Discussion
• Any surprises or insights?
Share with your shoulder partner
Be prepared to share with the group
Work-Based Learning
• Positive correlations with graduation, academic
achievement and career success.
• 26.1% of young peo...
CTSOs
• Involvement in CTSOs
(CTE Student
Organizations) increases
academic achievement,
career self efficacy and
employab...
Community Involvement
• Advisory Councils
• CTSO judges
• Guest speakers
• Mentors
• CTSO team trainers
The new (and not so new) challenge:
children living in poverty
The Social mobility escalator is broken
• For the first time in 50 years, a
majority of U.S. public school
students come f...
Facts about children in poverty
• Children living in poverty have a
higher number of absenteeism or
leave school all toget...
Poverty matters
• Poverty really matters
• “CTE is the Rx”
CT
E
So, what is stopping us?
• What institutional obstacles prevent students from
accessing CTE and completing CTE programs?
•...
CTE Delivery Model
Azcteleads.org
Worth Reading
Pathways to Prosperity (Harvard)
Learning for Jobs (OECD, 2010)
Five Ways that Pay Along the Way to a B.A...
Need more information?
For more CTE research visit:
• The CTE Research Clearinghouse at
http://www.acteonline.org/clearing...
Getting the Full Value Out of CTE
Getting the Full Value Out of CTE
Getting the Full Value Out of CTE
Getting the Full Value Out of CTE
Getting the Full Value Out of CTE
Getting the Full Value Out of CTE
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Getting the Full Value Out of CTE

  1. 1. GETTING THE FULL VALUE OUT OF CTE ACTEAZ Summer Conference July 2016
  2. 2. Bellwork • Think for a moment about the outcomes you wish for all students. Please share with your shoulder partner. Be prepared to share
  3. 3. Potential Power of CTE • 92% of U.S. high school students take at least one CTE course • Less concentrate in CTE but it is still significant • U. S. high schools average 8.57 CTE programs Discussion: Does your school look like this? Discuss with a shoulder partner.
  4. 4. CTE Delivery Model
  5. 5. What we want from our educational system • Engagement • Achievement • Transition
  6. 6. Student Engagement
  7. 7. Getting Kids Through HS: The First Measure of Engagement Good News • High School Completion = 81% - Highest in 40 Years • Racial/Ethnic gap is closing *Graduating class of 2012 Bad News • Variability among states: 89% in Iowa; 63% in Nevada • Hispanics and Blacks trail Whites with graduation rates by 5 and 13 points respectively; boys drop out more than girls Source: National Center for Educational Statistics 2015
  8. 8. A state look • All students: 76.0% • American Indian/Alaska Native: 62% • Asian/Pacific Islander: 87% • Hispanic: 72% • Black (not Hispanic): 74% • White (not Hispanic): 85% Alliance for Excellent Education 2012
  9. 9. CTE’s potential contributions to engagement
  10. 10. On the Rise ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy • CTE participation has a positive effect on students’ academic engagement as measured by the likelihood of dropping out and absenteeism. • Tucson Unified – 20 – 60% • Mesa – 79%
  11. 11. Staying Power • Ratio of 1 academic: 2 CTE courses is optimal • 98% of AZ 2014-2015 concentrators completed high school vs. 76% of all other AZ high school students • Nationally, 90.18% of CTE concentrators graduate as opposed to 80.0 % of all freshmen
  12. 12. Discussion • Why do kids that are immersed in CTE programs come to school regularly and graduate on time? Turn to your should partner and share Be prepared to share with the group
  13. 13. Achievement
  14. 14. CTE Contributions to Achievement
  15. 15. Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
  16. 16. Impact of Career/Technical Courses that Integrate Academics 46% 31% 69% 60% 45% 63% 53% 39% 57% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Academics were integrated Less intensive academic integration Academics were not integrated Reading Mathematics Science
  17. 17. Discussion • What is it about CTE that improves students’ academic outcomes? Share with your shoulder partner Be prepared to share with the group
  18. 18. Transition
  19. 19. Only 40% of 27-year olds have earned an A.A. degree or higher
  20. 20. CTE’s Potential Contributions to Transition
  21. 21. Transition • “According to data from the National Center for Education Statistics, the majority of CTE students in high school continue on to postsecondary education, and those who join the workforce outright or work to supplement their incomes as they pursue further education are often in a better financial situation than high school graduates who did not pursue CTE.” Techniques Magazine, February 2014
  22. 22. CTE Sends Students on to Postsecondary Education • 78% of CTE concentrators enroll in postsecondary education, full time, within two years of graduation • About one third of all dual enrollment credits—about 600,000 in all—are eared in CTE courses • Students in postsecondary CTE programs are more likely to be employed within five years than those in an academic field of study Source: Careertech.org
  23. 23. Credential Acquisition 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 CTE Others NAVE, 2004
  24. 24. THE PARADIGM IS SHIFTING
  25. 25. College for all? • 68% start college • Only 40% complete college • 53% of grads are unemployed or underemployed • Student loan debt now exceeds auto loans, credit card balances and home- equity loan debt … $1.3 trillion
  26. 26. TIME Magazine • “Millennials make less money, are more likely to live in poverty and have lower rates of employment than their parents did at their ages 20 and 30 years ago.”
  27. 27. Discussion • Any surprises or insights? Share with your shoulder partner Be prepared to share with the group
  28. 28. Work-Based Learning • Positive correlations with graduation, academic achievement and career success. • 26.1% of young people who could recall no contact with employers while at school went on to be come NEET(Not in Employment, Education or Training). Reduced to 4.3% for those in work-based learning. Dr. Anthony Mann, Education and Employers (2013)
  29. 29. CTSOs • Involvement in CTSOs (CTE Student Organizations) increases academic achievement, career self efficacy and employability skills.
  30. 30. Community Involvement • Advisory Councils • CTSO judges • Guest speakers • Mentors • CTSO team trainers
  31. 31. The new (and not so new) challenge: children living in poverty
  32. 32. The Social mobility escalator is broken • For the first time in 50 years, a majority of U.S. public school students come from low income families. • CTE can fix the “mobility escalator”
  33. 33. Facts about children in poverty • Children living in poverty have a higher number of absenteeism or leave school all together because they are more likely to have to work or care for family members. • Dropout rates of 16 to 24-years- old students who come from low income families are seven times more likely to drop out than those from families with higher incomes. Dosomething.org
  34. 34. Poverty matters • Poverty really matters • “CTE is the Rx” CT E
  35. 35. So, what is stopping us? • What institutional obstacles prevent students from accessing CTE and completing CTE programs? • What are we doing to overcome these obstacles? Turn to your should partner and share. Be prepared to share with the group.
  36. 36. CTE Delivery Model
  37. 37. Azcteleads.org
  38. 38. Worth Reading Pathways to Prosperity (Harvard) Learning for Jobs (OECD, 2010) Five Ways that Pay Along the Way to a B.A. Carnevale, et al., 9.18.12, Center on Education and the Workforce) 21st Century Career and Technical Education Pathways On the Rise (Morrison Institute for Public Policy) Knocking at the College Door (WICHE. December 2012) Toward a Model of Career-Technical Education (Phi Delta Kappan, September 2013)
  39. 39. Need more information? For more CTE research visit: • The CTE Research Clearinghouse at http://www.acteonline.org/clearinghouse.aspx • The National Research Center for CTE at www.nrccte.org • Association for Career and Technical Education www.acteonline.org

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