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1 FY15 Perkins Oklahoma’s State Plan & Local Application Changes ODCTE Federal Legislation Assistance Technical Assistance Workshops May 2014

2 FY15 Perkins State Plan Perkins administered by USDE  Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education Annual revisions from States due March 31  Statewide Performance Measures  Local Performance Measures Local Application aligns to State Plan State Plan aligns to new ODCTE Business Plan ODCTE FLA May

3 Perkins State Plan now includes 4 of 7 Strategic Purposes of the Business Plan Career Development Career Readiness Academic Enhancement Career Preparation and Enhancement Details of the Strategic Purposes begins on page 9 of the Business Plan located online: ODCTE FLA May

4 Purpose of Perkins IV: Developing & Enhancing CTE Academic and Technical Standards Integrate secondary and postsecondary education Develop, implement and improve CTE Utilize research and best practices Provide state and local leadership that improves CTE Support secondary and postsecondary partnerships Provide and improve knowledge and skills ODCTE FLA May

5 Moving from Career Pathway to Career Major – Oklahoma’s FY15 State Plan “The career major will be Oklahoma’s program of study for secondary and/or postsecondary students. New career majors may be added annually. All state approved career majors will be placed on the state Career Clusters website.” ODCTE FLA May

6 Moving from Career Pathway to Career Major – Oklahoma’s FY15 State Plan “Each eligible recipient will be required to have enrollment in at least one cluster, pathway, and career major with secondary and/or postsecondary concentrator in a career and technology education (CTE) area.” ODCTE FLA May

7 Moving from Career Pathway to Career Major – Oklahoma’s FY15 State Plan “Each cluster, pathway, and career major being offered by an eligible recipient must identify a clear option to pursue postsecondary education to be eligible for Perkins funds.” ODCTE FLA May

8 Eligible recipients must provide students with a concentrator status Demonstrate a working relationship between secondary/postsecondary & creates a path to career major completion…with results Otherwise, join a technology center coop (secondary) or a postsecondary consortium (technology center or collegiate) that demonstrates this requirement Performance Measures are required on all secondary CTE, not just Tech Center secondary We will no longer approve Perkins funds for individual courses.  Graphic model provided on slide 15 ODCTE FLA May

9 Definition of Secondary CTE Participant Original Secondary CTE Participant: A secondary student who has enrolled in less than 360 course hours (3 Carnegie units of credit) in a single career and technical education (CTE) pathway. No change to Secondary CTE Participant: A secondary student who has enrolled in less than 360 course hours (3 Carnegie units of credit) in a single career and technical education (CTE) pathway. ODCTE FLA May

10 Revised definition of Secondary CTE Concentrator Original Secondary CTE Concentrator: A secondary student who has enrolled in three (3) or more credits in a single CTE pathway.  Our State and Local Plans previously allowed high school courses to only demonstrate leading toward concentration. This is outside the scope of being in compliance with our definition. Revised Secondary CTE Concentrator: A secondary student who has completed 51% of a career major based on either competency or course hours within a career major that terminates in the award of an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or a degree. ODCTE FLA May

11 Existing Definitions Local Education Agency: In general, a public board of education or other public authority legally constituted within a state for either administrative control or direction of or to perform a service function for public elementary schools or secondary schools in a city, county, township, school district or other political subdivision of a state or for a combination of school districts or counties. It is recognized in a state as an administrative agency for its public elementary schools or secondary schools. Secondary Credit: A secondary credit is the secondary instructional time required to earn a standard Carnegie unit for high school credit in Oklahoma. ODCTE FLA May

12 Definitions of Adult CTE Participant Original Adult CTE Participant: An adult technology center student who has enrolled in less than 360 course hours in a single career pathway. Revised Adult CTE Participant: An adult technology center student who has enrolled in less than 360 course hours in a career major. ODCTE FLA May

13 Revised definition of Adult CTE Concentrator Original Adult CTE Concentrator: An adult technology center student who: (1) has enrolled in 360 or more course hours within a single career pathway that terminates in the award of an industry- recognized credential, a certificate, or a degree; or (2) completes a CTE career pathway course sequence of less than 360 course hours that terminates in an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or a degree.  An Adult Level student is enrolled in a technology center career pathway. Revised Adult CTE Concentrator: An adult technology center student who has completed 51% of a career major based on either competency or course hours within a career major that terminates in the award of an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or a degree. ODCTE FLA May

14 No changes to definitions of Collegiate CTE Participant and Concentrator Postsecondary (Collegiate) Level CTE Participant: A postsecondary student who has earned one (1) or more semester credit hours in any CTE program area. CTE Concentrator: A postsecondary student who (1) completes at least 30 academic or CTE credit hours toward a certificate or associate in applied science degree program that is comprised of 30 or more academic and technical credit hours; or (2) completes a short-term CTE program sequence of less than 30 credit hours that terminates in an industry-recognized credential, a certificate, or a degree.  Note:30 credit hours are based on 50 percent of a typical associate in applied science (AAS) degree program length. ODCTE FLA May

15 Existing Definitions Postsecondary/Adult Student: A student who is no longer enrolled in a comprehensive school system or its equivalent and is enrolled in a CTE career major or course. Students beyond the compulsory age for high school who are enrolled in an educational program. Post Secondary Credit: A postsecondary credit is the instructional time equal to requirements to earn a college credit in Oklahoma. ODCTE FLA May

16 ODCTE FLA May

17 Perkins Performance Measures for Concentrators Secondary (High School & Technology Center)  Academic Attainment – Reading/Language Arts*  Academic Attainment – Mathematics*  Technical Skill Attainment  School Completion  Graduation Rate*  Student Placement  Non-Traditional Participation  Non-Traditional Completion * provided to ODCTE by the Oklahoma SDE ODCTE FLA May

18 Perkins Performance Measures for Concentrators Technology Center Adult  Technical Skill Attainment  Industry-recognized credential, certificate, or degree  Student Retention/Transfer  Student Placement  Non-Traditional Participation  Non-Traditional Completion ODCTE FLA May

19 Perkins Performance Measures for Concentrators Collegiate  Technical Skill Attainment  Industry-recognized credential, certificate, or degree  Student Retention/Transfer  Student Placement  Non-Traditional Participation  Non-Traditional Completion ODCTE FLA May

20 FY15 Perkins Online Application ODCTE FLA May

21 Q & A Does your district / institution offer career major concentration(s)?  This applies to the secondary and postsecondary consortium partners as well. At the end of the year can you prove it with student follow-up data? Scenarios and Q&A Now what? ODCTE FLA May

22 Contact Info Janet Cooper Josh Miller Impact https://www.okcareertech.org/impact/ FLA Home Page Perkins Blog FY15 Application ODCTE FLA May

23 CareerTech Strategic Purposes Career development – Assure students have the knowledge and skills to make informed career choices and to create education plans to be prepared for those careers. Foundational Career readiness – Assure students know how to analyze issues, resolve problems, work with others, and adapt to complex workplaces. Creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills are core to career readiness. ODCTE FLA May

24 CareerTech Strategic Purposes Work and family studies – Assure students develop specific life skills that operate in synergy with career skills. This will allow Oklahomans to be more productive by balancing work and family life through personal resource management, health and wellness, time management and other similar skills. Academic enhancement – Assure students develop the academic knowledge and skills required by students’ career choices. ODCTE FLA May

25 CareerTech Strategic Purposes Core Career preparation and enhancement – Develop students’ technical knowledge and skills required to succeed in postsecondary education or careers or to advance within careers. Customized training and consulting – Design and deliver training and consulting based upon an organization’s specific requirements. Training is designed to refine an organization’s existing or soon-to-be-hired workforce to produce a specific business result. Consulting is required for an organization to compete more effectively in the marketplace. ODCTE FLA May

26 CareerTech Strategic Purposes Support Curriculum and assessment services – Provide curriculum and assessment products to schools. The customer base is international in scope and includes Oklahoma schools ODCTE FLA May


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