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  1. 1. The Indiana Education and workforce Innovation NetworkA Lilly Endowment funded partnership between the Center of Excellencein Leadership of Learning (CELL) and the Indiana Education Roundtable
  2. 2. CELL• 10 year old not-for-profit center at the University of Indianapolis, in large part funded by Lilly Endowment• Current Initiatives: • New Tech High and Middle Schools • Early College High Schools • The TAP System of Teacher and Student Advancement • Core to College • Project-based Learning • Indiana Education and Workforce Innovation Network
  3. 3. Partnership for Indiana’s Future• Project of the Indiana Education Roundtable• Parallel work with CELL initiative• Work on a regional basis to establish Business/Education partnerships for the purpose of educational transformation for economic growth• Research to identify areas of disconnect between K- 12, post-secondary, and workforce needs to indentify the skills gap throughout Indiana
  4. 4. The Disconnect• Workforce Industry Needs • 2018 – 60% of future jobs will require college degree or occupational certificate• Misalignment of education and economic growth opportunities • 50% of college graduates in the last 5 years are underemployed or unemployed• Disconnected K-12 and Post-Secondary programs • Remediation • Dual Credit • CTE
  5. 5. The Disconnect Workforce Needs Post-Secondary Degrees & Certificates K-12 – Post- Secondary
  6. 6. EWin• $1.6 Million Dollar Project • Lilly Endowment • Indiana Education Roundtable • Joyce Foundation• Two Networks • Statewide • Regional• Work on a regional basis
  7. 7. Indiana DWDEconomic Growth RegionsThere are many ways to divide thestate for this project. We havechosen the DWD map because itoffers certain advantages, includingthe WIBs.
  8. 8. Goals• The Lilly Endowment proposal contained three goals: 1. Strengthen Career and Technical Education • Models of CTE • STEM curricula/certificates 2. Strengthen Academic Foundations • Elimination of math remediation at the post-secondary level 3. Accelerate Academic Progress • Enhance dual credit programs and transferability
  9. 9. Developing Regional Partnerships• Regional Grants- Request for Proposals • Establish regional partnership • K-12 • Post-Secondary • Industry/Workforce Leadership • Economic Development Leadership • Focus on creating or reinforcing CTE programs aligned to economic growth opportunities • Create partnerships between K-12 and Post- Secondary partners to expand dual credit offerings and eliminate math remediation
  10. 10. Advisory Committee• Brian Bosworth, • Lucy Houchin, TPMA • Roy Vanderford, Future Works Workforce Innovations • Marilyn Metzler,• Dan Clark, IER IACTED • Trish Whitcomb-Sipes, Senior Policy Advisor• Claudia Cummings, • Tom Miller, TPMA to Glenda Ritz Conexus • John Newby, Ivy Tech • Linda Woloshansky,• Carol D’Amico, PLTW Workforce Innovations • Glenda Ritz, State• Gina DelSanto, CHE Superintendent-elect • Shawn Wright-Brown, JEL Caeer Center• Jaclyn Down, DWD • Marilee Springer, Policy Advisor to • Janet Boyle, CELL• Matt Fleck, Fleck Ed. Governor-elect Pence • David Dresslar, CELL• John Hoops, Future • Mary Ann Sullivan, Works CELL • Todd Hurst, CELL
  11. 11. Statewide Meeting• January 25, 2012 – Hyatt Regency Indianapolis• Governor-elect Mike Pence – Invited• State Superintendent-elect Glenda Ritz – Invited• Regional, Statewide, and National Speakers• Goals: • Explain the work • Connect the people • Launch the RFP
  12. 12. Q&A David Dresslar Executive DirectorCenter of Excellence in Leadership of Learning Todd HurstDirector of Education and Workforce InnovationCenter of Excellence in Leadership of Learning