Increasing CE in CTE Programs of Study

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How Nebraska is increasing concurrent enrollment options using Programs of Study in Career and Technical Education

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Increasing CE in CTE Programs of Study

  1. 1. Increasing Concurrent Enrollment Opportunities for CTE Students with Programs of Study<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>1,796,619
  3. 3. 76,872.41
  4. 4. 22
  5. 5. $88,000
  6. 6. $49,731
  7. 7. 18</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>No Statewide Policies
  8. 8. ACE Scholarship
  9. 9. Local Control
  10. 10. Comprehensive High Schools
  11. 11. 43,810: Juniors and Seniors
  12. 12. 38.35% F & R Lunch
  13. 13. 33.9% Minority
  14. 14. 13.41% HAL </li></li></ul><li>2008-2009 Reported Dual Enrollment Students: Nebraska Postsecondary Coordinating Commission <br />
  15. 15. 2008-2009 Reported Dual Enrollment Students: Nebraska Postsecondary Coordinating Commission <br />
  16. 16. Nebraska CTE Concentrator Performance <br />
  17. 17. Carl D. Perkins Federal Funds <br />Career and Technical Education <br />55% <br />High Schools <br />ESU<br />45%<br />Community Colleges <br />9%<br />Partnerships for Innovation <br />(Nebraska Community Foundation) <br />9%<br />Leadership Council <br />Director <br />
  18. 18. Program of Work <br />Secondary-Postsecondary Transitions <br />Technical Skill Assessment/Attainment <br />Statewide Partnerships and Initiatives <br />Statewide Professional Development <br />Curriculum in Emerging Areas <br />
  19. 19.
  20. 20. Visioning Session with business and industry, DED, DOL, secondary and postsecondary instructors<br />
  21. 21. Standards Writing and Revision Process<br />In production:<br /><ul><li>Architecture and Construction
  22. 22. Ag, Food & Natural Resources
  23. 23. Education and Training
  24. 24. Health Sciences
  25. 25. Manufacturing
  26. 26. Transportation, Distribution & Logistics</li></ul>Launching 2010 – 2011:<br /><ul><li> Business Mgmt & Administration
  27. 27. Finance
  28. 28. Human Services
  29. 29. Law, Public Safety and Security
  30. 30. Marketing</li></li></ul><li>Standards Writing and Revision Process<br />2011-2012:<br /><ul><li>Hospitality and Tourism  
  31. 31. Information Technology
  32. 32. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math  </li></ul>2012-2013:<br /><ul><li>Arts/AV Technology and Communications    
  33. 33. Government and Public Administration  </li></li></ul><li>10 Components of Rigorous Program of Study <br />Legislation & Policies<br />Partnerships<br />Professional Development<br />Accountability & Evaluation<br />College & Career Readiness<br />Standards Course Sequence<br />Transfer Agreements<br />Guidance Counseling & Academic Advisement <br />Teaching & Learning Strategies<br />Technical Skills Assessment <br />
  34. 34. Rigorous High School Program of Study <br />Career<br />High School level course<br />High School level course<br />Capstone Course <br />More Schooling College <br />or <br />University <br />Dual credit, state/national industry based certification, work place experience, and/or demonstration of learning <br />
  35. 35. Right Sequence<br />Right Content <br />Right Rigor <br />
  36. 36.
  37. 37. Standards Revision Process <br />
  38. 38.
  39. 39. Next Steps …<br />
  40. 40. Next Steps …<br /><ul><li> Business/Industry Vet Standards and Performance Indicators
  41. 41. Identify Embedded Academics
  42. 42. Crosswalk to Academic Standards
  43. 43. Publish on new website
  44. 44. Professional Development
  45. 45. Continue development of dual credit, articulation and credit
  46. 46. Establish statewide transfer agreements</li></li></ul><li>Behind the Scenes <br /><ul><li>Establishment of statewide dual credit
  47. 47. Standards
  48. 48. Policies and procedures
  49. 49. Database cross referenced with statewide student data/records system
  50. 50. Consistent Statewide Marketing</li></li></ul><li> Erika Volker, Director <br />erikavolker@hotmail.com<br />erika@partnershipsforinnovation.org<br />402.305.9480 <br />

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