Accreditation Cycle Full self-study in 2008-2009 6-year “clear” Accreditation through 2015 No interim visit Third-year written progress report required
Purpose and Content Describe and Benchmark: Significant developments impacting the organization Our procedure for implementing and monitoring the action plan developed in the last full self-study Progress made on the critical areas for growth, and action plan items
Review & Writing Process Inclusive Collaboration: Cabinet and individuals Focused on measurable outcomes and evidence Data-driven, toward new post-secondary protocol
IMPACT: Student Access Fewer sections, but relatively steady enrollment Value-added regional approach Continuing courses in a full range of industry sectors Clear, defined course sequences, grades 7-14 Keeping students engaged and in school Serving students academic and career goals
IMPACT: Rigor and Relevance New UC/CSU-approved courses Increased number of articulation agreements Innovative new courses responsive to local job market demands Enhanced internship experiences & curriculum
IMPACT: Relationships Enhanced collaboration CTEoc Academic/CTE curriculum integration Budget task force Unifying instruction and student services Continuing professional growth opportunities SDAIE CTE Standards Social Media Technology in the Classroom
IMPACT: Meeting Industry Standards Up-to-date technology and software applications in administration and in classrooms; Students pass industry certification and licensing tests at high rates; Increasing internship opportunities for students; Increased teacher credentialing requirements; High number of professional growth opportunities.