Orientation for the State Board
of Education
Dr. Tracy Weeks
Executive Director
Who does NCVPS serve?
Public
Schools
Charter
Schools
Special
Schools
Department
of Defense
Schools
Bureau of
Indian Affair...
Enrollment
17068 16927
36979
44513
49156
47070
0
10000
20000
30000
40000
50000
60000
2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-20...
2012-13 Enrollment Distribution
Asheville
Hickory
Newton
Thomasville
Lexington
Asheboro
Roanoke
Rapids
Chapel
Hill
Whitevi...
Quality
Content
Quality
Instruction
Quality
Online
Learning
Environment
NCVPS Courses
Core
Courses (56)
World
Languages
(34)
Test
Preparation
(1)
Arts &
Electives (11)
Advanced
Placement
(19)
Ca...
NCVPS Instructional Models
Traditional
Credit
Recovery
Blended
Quality Instruction
• 525 Instructors
• 60.2% in NC LEAs
• NC License
• Highly Qualified
• Three consecutive years
of fina...
Cost
• Funding for NCVPS is generated by the
legislatively mandated funding formula
(Session Law 2011-145, Section 7.22)
•...
Role in Digital Learning
• Expand local course offerings
• Digital content for face to face classrooms
• Professional Deve...
Challenges
• Rising costs of technology infrastructure
• Finding and training qualified teachers to
teach online
• LEA pol...
On the Horizon
• Expand to Middle School
• Mastery Based Learning for First Time
Credit
• Online Learning Requirement
• Ne...
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    1. 1. Orientation for the State Board of Education Dr. Tracy Weeks Executive Director
    2. 2. Who does NCVPS serve? Public Schools Charter Schools Special Schools Department of Defense Schools Bureau of Indian Affairs Schools Home Schools Private Schools
    3. 3. Enrollment 17068 16927 36979 44513 49156 47070 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013
    4. 4. 2012-13 Enrollment Distribution Asheville Hickory Newton Thomasville Lexington Asheboro Roanoke Rapids Chapel Hill Whiteville Clinton Mt. Airy Elkin Mooresville Kannapolis Weldon Cherokee Clay Graham Swain Macon Jackson Haywood Tran- sylvania Buncombe Madison Yancey McDowell Rutherford Polk Cleve- land Burke AveryMitch- ell Watauga Wilkes Ashe Caldwell Lincoln Gaston Mecklen- burg Catawba Alexan- der Alleghany Surry Yadkin Davie Rowan Cabarrus Stanly Union Anson Rich- mond Mont- gomery Davidson Randolph Forsyth Guilford Stokes RockinghamCaswell Person Gran- ville Vance Warren Halifax Northampton Hertford Gates Ala- mance Dur- ham Wake Chatham Lee Moore Hoke Scot- land ChowanBertie Perquimans Camden Currituck Wash- ington Tyrrell Dare Franklin Nash/ Rocky Mount Edge- combe Wilson Johnston Harnett Cumber- land Robeson Columbus Brunswick New Hanover Pender Bladen Sampson Duplin Onslow Carteret Jones Lenoir Wayne Greene Craven Pamlico BeaufortPitt Hyde Hender- son Pasquotank Iredell Or- ange Martin 2,000-6,000 1,000-1,999 500 - 999 300 - 499 100 - 299 0 - 99
    5. 5. Quality Content Quality Instruction Quality Online Learning Environment
    6. 6. NCVPS Courses Core Courses (56) World Languages (34) Test Preparation (1) Arts & Electives (11) Advanced Placement (19) Career & Technical Education (7) Credit Recovery (10) Occupational Course of Study (6) STEM Blended (6)
    7. 7. NCVPS Instructional Models Traditional Credit Recovery Blended
    8. 8. Quality Instruction • 525 Instructors • 60.2% in NC LEAs • NC License • Highly Qualified • Three consecutive years of finalists for the National Online Teacher of the Year Award • 2012 National Online Teacher of the Year winner – Leslie Fetzer
    9. 9. Cost • Funding for NCVPS is generated by the legislatively mandated funding formula (Session Law 2011-145, Section 7.22) • Total budget for 2012-13: $19,186,854 – Instruction: $15,984,901 – Operations: $3,201,953
    10. 10. Role in Digital Learning • Expand local course offerings • Digital content for face to face classrooms • Professional Development
    11. 11. Challenges • Rising costs of technology infrastructure • Finding and training qualified teachers to teach online • LEA policies may limit access to NCVPS courses • Lack of funds to support course development and personnel
    12. 12. On the Horizon • Expand to Middle School • Mastery Based Learning for First Time Credit • Online Learning Requirement • New Blended Learning Models • Revenue Generation outside NC

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