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1 CTE Networking Meeting November 20, 2014 Ed Garcia, CTE Specialist Region One Education Service Center Phone (956)

2 CTE 2015 Mini-summer Conference Early spring or early summer? CTE Best Practice – (presenters needed) Keynote Speaker – (WorkEthic.org) Site – Region One

3 Teacher Assignment Handbook 19 TAC May 2014 An assignment for Principles of Arts, Audio Video Technology, and Communications, Grades 9-12, is allowed with one of the following certificates. (1) Any business or office education certificate. (2) Business and Finance: Grades (3) Business Education: Grades (4) Secondary Industrial Arts (Grades 6-12). (5) Secondary Industrial Technology (Grades 6-12). (6) Technology Applications: Early Childhood-Grade 12. (7) Technology Applications: Grades (8) Technology Applications: Grades 8-12.

4 Teacher Assignment Handbook 19 TAC May 2014 § Information Technology, Grades An assignment for Principles of Information Technology, Research in Information Technology Solutions, or Telecommunications and Networking, Grades 9-12, is allowed with one of the following certificates. (1) Any business or office education certificate. (2) Business and Finance: Grades (3) Business Education: Grades (4) Secondary Industrial Arts (Grades 6-12). (5) Secondary Industrial Technology (Grades 6-12). (6) Technology Applications: Early Childhood-Grade 12. (7) Technology Applications: Grades (8) Technology Applications: Grades (9) [(6)] Technology Education: Grades 6-12.

5 169 Student Data - CTE Displaced Homemaker – Maintain a home – No income, no support, single parent – parent with child – Unemployed Single Parent Pregnant Teen – Unmarried and separated with a child – Pregnant Transportation Support Service to CTE training

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7 0: Not enrolled in CTE Course 1: enrolled in a CTE Course and the student’s 4- year plan of study does not outline a coherent sequence of courses in CTE. 2: CTE coherent sequence taker. The student must have a 4-year plan of study to take 2 or more CTE courses for 3 or more credits 3: Tech Prep program participant. The student must have a 4-year plan of study to take 2 or more CTE courses for 3 or more credits. Code 3’s are being done away with. CTE: PEIMS Coding

8 Career Technology Education (CTE) (PBMAS - Indicators 1-9) Students being served by Career and Technical Education (CTE) are advancing academically and performing satisfactorily on state assessments and other areas: 1. All CTE Students EOC Passing Rate 2. CTE LEP STAAR EOC Passing Rate 3. CTE Economically Disadvantaged EOC Passing rate 4. CTE SPED EOC Passing Rate 5. CTE Annual Dropout Rate 6. CTE RHSP/DAP Diploma Rate 7. CTE Graduation Rate 8. CTE Nontraditional Course Completion Rate – Males 9. CTE Nontraditional Course Completion Rate – Females

9 CTE TEKS Update – Final Review Documents containing the final recommendations for the following CTE subject areas are now available on the TEA website at ds/Career_and_Technical_Education_(CTE)_Texas_Essential_Knowledge_and_Skills /. ds/Career_and_Technical_Education_(CTE)_Texas_Essential_Knowledge_and_Skills / CTE Clusters Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications Business Management and Administration Career Development Education and Training Finance Hospitality and Tourism Human Services Manufacturing Marketing

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