Presentation on theme: "With Career and Technical Education, Students Succeed Betty Klattenhoff Interim Assistant Superintendent Career and College Readiness."— Presentation transcript:
With Career and Technical Education, Students Succeed Betty Klattenhoff Interim Assistant Superintendent Career and College Readiness
Course Approvals, Updates and CIP Codes New Course Approvals April 15 Deadline Aligned with Common Core State Standards Aligned with 21st Century Skills EDS Page Updates… Website Updates… CIP Code Changes for New CIP Codes Added o Physical Fitness Technician o Small Business Administration/Management Cip Codes Dropped - NONE
Plans, Frameworks and WACs CTE Strategic Plan… Framework Builder Toolkit Family and Consumer Sciences - Available Skilled and Technical Sciences – Available TODAY in Lobby at Lunch Business and Marketing STEM/Health Sciences Agricultural Sciences PESB – Updates coming to several WACs regarding CTE director certification regarding CTE career counselors regarding certification reciprocity with community and technical colleges
Digital Learning Microsoft IT Academy Program Update 5,055 certifications achieved Up from 400 statewide in Shape the Future Public/Private Partnership to increase digital inclusion Provides access to Windows OS at the lowest price possible Provides for professional development
Aerospace, Manufacturing and STEM Aerospace/Advanced Manufacturing Governor Inslees Priorities: Provide second round of grants Expand industry-developed high school skills curriculum National Career Readiness Certification STEM Governor Inslees Priorities: Dropout reengagement program focused on skill training ASSET Program Second round of STEM grants
EDS/CEDARS and Bills of Interest EDS/CEDARS 2013 – 2014 school year CTE application must be approved in EDS system Validation error in CEDARS Be sure your CEDARS administrator knows your correct CIP Codes Legislative Bills of Interest…
A strong and steady voice for Agriculture Science, for FFA in Washington and Montana, and for all students, Wayne was an advocate for education that went beyond the classroom and involved students in every aspect of the agriculture world, literally from the ground up. He had a heart for preparing students to be leaders in life and he connected to and inspired multiple generations through his teaching and leadership.