Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

 TEKS (Academic Standards) – Mile Long / Inch Deep  STAAR – EOC  New Accountability System – 4 ways  NCLB– 100% by 2020  TSI College Readiness.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: " TEKS (Academic Standards) – Mile Long / Inch Deep  STAAR – EOC  New Accountability System – 4 ways  NCLB– 100% by 2020  TSI College Readiness."— Presentation transcript:

1

2  TEKS (Academic Standards) – Mile Long / Inch Deep  STAAR – EOC  New Accountability System – 4 ways  NCLB– 100% by 2020  TSI College Readiness

3  Lack of Contextual Skills: ◦ Syllabi ◦ Collaboration/Group ◦ Comprehensive exams ◦ Excessive work hours to survive ◦ No make-up/extra credit options  Lack of Academic Behavior Skills: ◦ Time management ◦ Study skills ◦ Pacing ◦ Note taking  Low paying/low skills jobs to survive  First time away from home  TAKS/STAAR/EOC Focus ◦ Not Considered for Admissions

4 ◦ Soft skills ◦ Core values ◦ Ability to collaborate ◦ Solve problems ◦ Creative/critical thinkers ◦ Pride in work ◦ Responsible ◦ Show up ◦ Technical skills ◦ Social skills ◦ Team work ◦ Professional behavior ◦ People skills ◦ Technology skills ◦ Dress appropriately ◦ DRUG FREE

5 5 Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Texas Economic Indicators, February 2014

6 6 Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2000 and 2010 Census Counts 79 counties lost population over the decade

7 7 Source: Texas State Data Center 2012 Population Projections Migration Scenario

8 8 Percent Increase 1.Midland, Texas4.6 2.Clarksville, Tenn.-Ky Crestview-Fort Walton Beach- Destin, Fla The Villages, Fla Odessa, Texas3.4 6.Jacksonville, N.C Austin-Round Rock, Texas3.0 8.Casper, Wyo Columbus, Ga.-Ala Manhattan, Kan.2.8 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2012

9 9 Numeric Increase 1.Harris, Texas80,005 2.Los Angeles, Calif.73,764 3.Maricopa, Ariz.73,644 4.Dallas, Texas45,827 5.San Diego, Calif.38,880 6.King, Wash.35,838 7.Travis, Texas34,381 8.Orange, Calif.34,017 9.Tarrant, Texas32, Clark, Nev.32,833 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2013

10  43% of young workers with licenses and certificates earn more than those with an Associate’s degree  27% of your workers with licenses and certificates earn more than those with a Bachelor’s degree  31% of young workers with Associate’s degrees earn more than those with a Bachelor’s degree

11 Occupation% change Annual Openings Education Required Medical Sonographers52%240Associate Derrick Operators, Oil & Gas51%515HS or GED Home Health Aides50%5,220< than HS Personal Care Aides50%7,675< than HS Service Unit Operators, Oil & Gas48%1, 235HS or GED Special Ed Teachers MS45%460Bachelor Rotary Drill Operators, Oil & Gas44%470HS or GED Roustabouts, Oil & Gas44%1, 155< than HS Medical Secretaries43%3, 380 HS or GED Helpers-Extraction Workers43%455HS or GED

12 Occupation% change Annual Openings Education Required 52%240Associate Medical Scientists42%240PhD/Prof Interpreters & Translators42%360Bachelor MS Teachers, CTE41%5,075Bachelor Elementary Teachers41%10, 430Bachelor Market Research Analysts41%1,200Bachelor Cardiovascular Technicians41%180Associate Industrial Machinery Mechanics40%1,840HS or GED Physical Therapist Assistants40%255Associates

13 DegreeEarnings Fire Protection$60,516 Electrical & Power Transmission Installers$60,442 Mining and Petroleum Technologies/Technicians$56,862 Physical Science Technologies/Technicians$53,216 Quality control & safety Technicians$51,324 Registered Nursing and Clinical Nursing$49,708 Construction Engineering Technologies$48,410 Nuclear & Industrial Radiologic Technicians$48,139 Geography & Cartography$47,595 Electromechanical & Instrumentation Maintenance Tech$46,045 Industrial Production Technologies/Technicians$44,757

14 ClusterWage 2011Openings STEM$90,36110,015 Information Technology$80,94211,405 Business & Management$56,79652,955 Health Science$55,85342,305 Government$53,0365,885 Finance$53,03612,995 Law & Public Safety$50,70315,895 Arts, A/V & Communications$48,1994,955 Education & Training$47,38743,475 Architecture & Construction$40,16436,430 Agriculture & Natural Resources$39,77427,480

15 ClusterWage 2011Openings Marketing, Sales & Service$39,23657,355` Manufacturing$38,65325,855 Transportation & Logistics$34,72536,270 Human Services$29,05728,710 Hospitality & Tourism$21,12787,565

16  HB 5  Flexible Graduation Pathways  Re-instituting Career and Tech Programs  Changes to State Assessments  Community & Student Engagement  Chairman Jimmie Don Aycock

17  What it is…… ◦ Post-Secondary Readiness Bill  What it is NOT: ◦ A Test Reduction Bill ◦ A CTE/Vocational Bill  What do we AVOID: ◦ Tracking students ◦ Not teaching areas that are not tested ◦ Slacking off on Rigor ◦ Grouping students into one endorsement ◦ Master schedule driven by staffing/certification

18  What must we ENSURE: ◦ Rigor remains in ALL classes ◦ TEKS continue to be addressed ◦ Plans of study meet needs of all students ◦ Flexible Master Scheduling ◦ Career Awareness/Exploration/Planning PK – 12 ◦ Post Secondary Readiness ◦ Parental Engagement Component

19 Key Provisions of HB 5 Graduation Foundation Plan Endorsements & Distinguished Credits Academic Support Assessment 5 EOCs for Graduation Optional EOCs Substitutions Release Tests Redesign ALT Local Benchmarks Accountability Ratings Distinction Designations Additional Indicators Report-Only Indicators Future Higher Education General Enrollment Top 10% Academic Support TSI Exemptions Dual Credit Courses Other Items SSI and AI Attendance and Pull-Outs Locally Developed Courses IMA

20 FOUNDATION - 22 CREDITS 4 ELA (ELA I, II, III, & advanced English) 3 MATH (ALGEBRA I, GEOMETRY & 1 advanced math) 3 SOCIAL STUDIES (world geography or world history or combined course, US History, & government/economics) 3 SCIENCE (biology, IPC or advanced science, and additional advanced science) 2 FOREIGN LANGUAGES 1 FINE ARTS 1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 5 ELECTIVES STEM 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES BUSINESS & INDUSTRY 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES ARTS & HUMANITIES 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES PUBLIC SERVICES 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES MULTI- DISCIPLINARY STUDIES 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES Endorsements 26 Credits Algebra II DISTINGUISHED Eligible for Top 10% Automatic Admission

21  STEM (4X4)  Business and Industry  Public Services  Arts and Humanities  Multidisciplinary

22  STEM (4X4) ◦ Engineering ◦ Technology ◦ Computer Science ◦ Science ◦ Mathematics ◦ Upper Division Science ◦ Upper Division Math  Business and Industry ◦ Accounting ◦ Finance ◦ Marketing ◦ Business Management ◦ Graphic design ◦ Communications ◦ Agri -Science ◦ Welding ◦ Architecture ◦ Construction ◦ HVAC ◦ Transportation

23  Public Services ◦ Education & Training ◦ Human Services ◦ Health Science and Medicine ◦ Hospitality & Tourism ◦ Law Enforcement ◦ Military Science  Arts and Humanities ◦ Political Science ◦ World Languages ◦ Cultural Studies ◦ English Literature ◦ History ◦ Fine Arts

24  Intent ◦ Students that were undecided ◦ Experience different pathways ◦ Eligible for distinguished

25  Prior HB 5  ELA I, II, III  Reading & Writing  Separate exams  2 days  Alg. I  Geometry  Alg. II  Biology  Chemistry  Physics  US History  World History  Geography  HB 5 ◦ Eng. I & II (R/W combined) ◦ Alg. I ◦ Biology ◦ US History  NO cumulative score or percent of course grade  DISTRICT OPTION: English III and Algebra II ◦ Basis for TSI exemption ◦ NOT for use in accountability ratings

26  Science ◦ Aquatic Science ◦ Environment Systems ◦ Food Science ◦ Medical Microbiology ◦ Principles of Technology ◦ Engineering Design & Problem Solving ◦ Advanced Animal ◦ Forensic Science  Math ◦ Digital Electronics ◦ Robotics Programming & Design ◦ Statistics & Risk Management ◦ Algebraic Reasoning ◦ Locally Developed Math Course ◦ College Preparatory

27  English Language Arts: ◦ Literary Genres ◦ Creative Writing ◦ Research & Technical Writing ◦ Public Speaking III ◦ Oral Interpretation III ◦ Debate ◦ Journalism III ◦ Newspaper III ◦ Yearbook III ◦ Business English ◦ Locally developed ELA Course ◦ College Preparatory

28  National or international business, industry, or professional organization  A state agency or other government entity or  A state-based industry association  Industry recognized examination or series of examinations  Industry validated skill test  Demonstrated proficiency through document, supervised field experience

29 What is the job market for the area?What certificates, licenses, degrees are required for those jobs? What programs are offered at your community college?

30 What applicable CTE courses are currently offered in our districts? Which of those courses would qualify for “advanced” core requirements? What are the logistics for bringing districts and community college together to share programs?

31  Chamber & Workforce ◦ Pathways that reflect economy of area ◦ Gain support from area business community  Community College ◦ Pathways with greatest course offerings for students currently offered

32  Public Service ◦ Health / Medical Field  Leading economic opportunity  Health occupation programs in all schools  Business & Industry ◦ Larger Employers  GE/Lufkin Industries  Georgia Pacific (Temple Inland)  Small Businesses ◦ Community College offered wider variety of course options

33  Lufkin ISD- Chair CTE ◦ Visit district programs ◦ Identify courses currently offered  Diboll ISD – Chair Workforce ◦ Available job market ◦ Skill requirements ◦ Certificates/Degrees  Hudson ISD – Chair Certification Programs ◦ Offered at community college ◦ Course options for high school students ◦ Researching expansion of programs  Huntington ISD - Chair Logistics ◦ When, Where, How

34  Reviewed AC Certification Options  Selected programs – quick return for students ◦ Complete prior to age 18 ◦ Available jobs

35  Business/Industry  Computer Maintenance  Basic Networking  Millwright - Mechanical  Millwright - Electrical  Health/Medical  Medical coding  Medical Billing  Medical Transcription  CNA / Phlebotomy

36  Workforce Group ◦ Confirmed recommendations with job market  Logistics Group ◦ Angelina College ◦ Continue local programs  Certification Group ◦ Identified times for scheduling courses  8:00 – 10:00]  1:00 – 4:00 ◦ Identified eligibility requirements:  Work Keys  College Criteria ◦ AC Schedule  50% of those expressing interest

37  Neighboring districts have access to local CTE programs  Non-credit courses will require board approval as “local” elective for HS credit

38  Meeting with AC, Cohort ◦ Superintendents, ◦ Reading/Math Teachers  HHC, Alief, Spring Branch, Katy – framework  Reviewed and Revised  Created MOU to reflect agreement  Curriculum Development: ◦ Cohort districts appoint teachers to develop alignment, activities, resources ◦ AC review

39


Download ppt " TEKS (Academic Standards) – Mile Long / Inch Deep  STAAR – EOC  New Accountability System – 4 ways  NCLB– 100% by 2020  TSI College Readiness."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google