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1 Career Technical Education (CTE) Updates 1

2 Divisions Academic Affairs Office of Communication College Finance & Facilities Planning Governmental Relations Legal Affairs Internal Operations Student Services & Special Programs Technology, Research, & Information Systems Workforce & Economic Development 2

3 Workforce & Economic Development Division Old System - Silos of CTE funding Perkins Act – CTE – Regional Consortia Tech Prep (until 2011/12) – CA used 10% Perkins reserve to create Career Technical Education Transitions Direct allocations to CCs for: – Secondary to Postsecondary Transitions – CC CTE student success – Student Transition to the World of Work Alison Shelling, CTE Coordinator 3

4 Old System (cont.) SB 70 CTE Pathways Initiative Prop 98 for Apprenticeships, CTE, and Economic & Workforce Development (EWD) programs Employment Training Panel (ETP) Workforce Investment Board (WIB) 4

5 New System 5 Goals – Supply in-demand skills for employers – Create relevant career pathways and stackable credentials – Promote student success – Get Californians into open jobs The Road Ahead – Focus on priority/emergent sectors and industry clusters – Take effective practices to scale – Integrate and leverage programming between funding streams – Promote common metrics for student success – Remove structural barriers to execution.

6 New System Perkins not yet reauthorized – Regional Consortiums (Perkins Leadership funds) Fiscal agents for Perkins Leadership funds Intermediary for schools and industry – Single contact vs. Multiple contacts at each school Continued Programs – Prop 98 for Apprenticeships, CTE, and Economic & Workforce Development (EWD) programs – Employment Training Panel (ETP) Braided funding – Determined by Sector Navigators 2013 RFP - Community College & Industry experience 6

7 Community College Chancellor’s Office Staff Sector Navigators Deputy Sector Navigations Regional Consortia Chair/Vice Chairs Technical Assistance Providers Sector Navigator

8 REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE

9 Bay Area Region Priority Sectors Advanced Manufacturing Advanced Transportation & Renewables Agriculture, Water & Environmental Technologies Energy (Efficiency) & Utilities Global Trade & Logistics Health ICT/Digital Media Life Science/Bio-technology Retail/Hospitality/Tourism Small Business (Data from “Centers of Excellence”) 9

10 Braided Funding 10 Perkins SB 1070 EWD Reduced funds Consolidated Funds & Policy Alignment

11 REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE

12 Regional Consortium (BACCC) Bay Area Community College Consortium 28 Colleges Perkins funds -Improve academic skills of vocational/technical education students -Strengthen secondary/postsecondary connections -Prepare individuals for demand occupations -Invest in effective, high quality programs 12

13 New System (cont.) Federal Legislative changes – Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) State Legislative changes – SB 1070, Steinberg (2012) Career Pathways Program – SB 1402, Lieu (2012) Employment & Workforce Development program – AB 86, Education Budget Trailer Bill (2013) Adult Education California Career Pathways Trust – SB 852, Budget Act of 2014 (2014) CTE Enhancement Funds 13

14 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) Replaced Workforce Investment Act Reduced WIB number of required members Requires state alignment of workforce development programs – “Doing What Matters” Promotes use of career pathways and sector partnerships – Increases OJT reimbursement up to 75% – Emphasizes training leading to industry recognized post-secondary credentials 14

15 SB 1070, Steinberg 15

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17 14 CCs w/ HS partners Cabrillo, Cañada, San Mateo, De Anza, Evergreen, Foothill, Gavilan, Hartnell, Mission, MPC, San Francisco, San Jose, Skyline, West Valley 5 common core substantive needs identified by CEOs System Alignment (Regional & State) for K-14 Data Collection Professional Development/Best Practices Inter-segmental Industry Partnerships Marketing & Branding 17

18 SB 1402, Lieu Reauthorized Economic & Workforce Development program (EWD) until January 2018 – Six additional principles to EWD mission focusing on: Collaboration/Partnerships (Consortiums) Labor market responsiveness/Accessibility Data-driven decisions/Outcomes & Accountability – Past grant performance assessment for funding – “Stackable Credentials” a progression of training modules, credentials, or certificates that build on one another and are linked to educational and career advancement. (Updated definition) 18

19 AB 86, Education Budget Trailer Bill Eliminates Fund for Instructional Improvement Establishes California Career Pathways Trust – $250 million 2014/2015 – 2017/2018 One time competitive grants for K-14 CTE alignment Requires joint CCCC and CDE 2-year plan for Adult Education by March 2015 (15 months) $25 million planning and implementation grants to Regional Consortia 19

20 AB 86 Adult Education Regional Consortium of the Monterey Peninsula MPC Fiscal Agent & Coordination ($184,270) Consortium Members – MPC, MPUSD, PG Adult School Program Focus Areas – Adult Basic Education – Classes for Immigrants – Short Term CTE – Programs for Adults with Disabilities – Apprenticeships 10/31/2014 Regional Planning progress report Morgan Matthews, Adult Education/ Career Technical Education Coordinator 20

21 SB 852 “Budget Act of 2014” CCCC and CDE K-14 alignment $250 million CTE Pathways Grant Program (Prop 98) – One-time funds to “capitalize” on AB 86 California Career Pathways Trust Initiative – CTE Enhancement Funds Develop, enhance, retool, and expand quality CTE offerings that build upon existing regional capacity and labor market needs. Funds may be used for Equipment, Curriculum Development, Professional Development, and other related costs necessary. 21

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23 CTE Enhancement Funds Colleges allowed to submit 7 CTE programs – MPC Allocation = $177,762 Divided by 7 programs = $25,395 per program Criteria for CTE programs: – High demand occupations/sectors Based on LMI data (Centers of Excellence, EDD) – Labor Market Gap Factoring supply competition (Cabrillo, Hartnell) – Program/Curricula regional alignment – Regional “Priority Sector” – Regional “Emerging Sector” – K-12 and/or 4-year institution articulations 23

24 CTE Enhancement Fund Programs for 60% - December 1st Automotive Technology Business Accounting Computer Networking Dental Assisting Hospitality Medical Assisting/Office Nursing 24

25 CTE Enhancement Fund Programs for 40% - Feb? Details late December 2014/early January 2015 Industry sectors being chosen through BACCC Multiple colleges addressing regional needs 25

26 AB 86 (again) California Career Pathways Trust (CCPT) – 2 nd round of funding for 2015/16 – 2016/17 Additional $250 million, 4 year grants for: – Regional Consortium up to $15 million – Regional Consortium up to $6 million – Local Consortium up to $6 million – Local Consortium up to $600,000 Must identify sustainable funding 3 rd /4 th budget years Heavy emphasis on relationship with Businesses – Articulated career pathways – Paid internships/work-based learning Letter of Intent due Nov 21 st ; Application due Feb 6 th 26

27 California Career Pathways Trust (CCPT) Round #2 Potential collaboration – Regional Level SJCCC $15 million Regional Consortium STEM – Information & Communication Technology – Biotechnology – Advanced Manufacturing – Engineering 27

28 28 Bill #Initiative/ProgramDurationFocus Perkins CTE Transitions Regional Consortia Reauthorization pending 9 th – 14 th grade transitions Student success Employment WIOA Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Grant of ? Job Training Support Services Match employers w/ skilled workers SB 70 CTE Pathways Initiative(now SB 1070) AB 86 California Career Pathways Trust AB 86 Adult Education Regional Consortium of the Monterey Bay 2014 – 2015 Develop joint CCCC and CDE 2-year plan for Adult Education SB 852 CTE Pathways Grant Program CTE Enhancement Funds 1/2015 – 3/2016 Develop, enhance, retool, and expand CTE offerings

29 Contacts Alison Shelling, CTE Coordinator – Phone # – Morgan Matthews, Adult Education/Career Technical Education Coordinator – Phone # – Denise Moss, Professional Expert – Phone # – 29


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