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1 Career and Technical Education Update Office of Career and Technical Education Luke Driver, Director June 9, 2014

2 70% of Middle School Students want to enroll in a high school CTE program SCHOOL Total # Students Students Interested in CTE Design/Build Academy Arts, A/V Technology & Communica tions Education & Training Government & Public Administrati on Health Science Service Academy Info Tech Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security BISHOP / 50%64 / 53%59 / 48%7 / 6%18 / 15%31 / 26%63 / 52%18 / 15%53 / 43% DELSESTO / 73%111 / 40%130 / 47%15 / 5%64 / 23%81 / 30%151 / 55%56 / 20%111 / 40% GREENE / 79%93 / 34%145 / 53%32 / 12%58 / 21%89 / 33%152 / 55%84 / 31%118 / 43% HOPKINS / 77%62 / 40%93 / 60%10 / 6%64 / 41%38 / 24%77 / 50%44 / 28%66 / 42% STUART / 76 %80 / 38%98 / 47%12 / 6%56 / 27%59 / 28%90 / 41%55 / 25%83 / 40% WILLIAMS / 56%70 / 46%106 / 70%12 / 8%29 / 19%52 / 34%80 / 53%61 / 40%81 / 53% / 70%42%54%7%24%29%51%27%44%

3 Law, Public Safety, & Security Teacher Academy / Early Childhood Visual Arts Business Entre- preneurship HopeMt. PleasantCentralPCTA Pre-Engineering Media Arts Cosmetology Automotive General Construction Electrical HVAC Carpentry Plumbing SanchezACE BioTech Certified Nurse Assistant Management and Hospitality Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathways in Providence Public Schools Existing Programs of Study Cisco CCNA Pharmacy Tech TAPA Performing Arts Perkins Planning Grant, open 2014 Public Charter JROTC Computer Engineering Mobile Apps Culinary Arts Pastry Arts

4 PK – 4 th grade Registered Apprenticeship Technical and Advanced Degrees and Employment Way to Go RI Career AWARENESS Career AWARENESS Career EXPLORATION College and Career Preparation System After Zone: Career Guidance, Digital Badges Career PREPARATION Career PREPARATION Portfolio of Schools ELOs College and Career Prep Curriculum Free College Credit Advanced Standing Scholarships Gainful + Gratifying Careers Gainful + Gratifying Careers Discover Passions Explore Passions Prepare for College and Careers Post-Secondary and Industry Sponsorship Pre-Kindergarten to Career Continuum

5 Comparison of CTE and Non-CTE Students in Worcester MA CTE Seniors CTE 4 Year Grad Rate CTE Dropout Rate Non-CTE Seniors Non-CTE 4-Year Grad Rate Non-CTE Drop out Rate All students32095%1.3% %11% ELL5485.2%5.6% %10.8% Special Education %0.0% %18.8% Low Income24295%1.7% %12.4% African American %0.0% %9.4% Hispanic %3.4% %16.8% White %0.0% %6.8%

6 RIDE Program Approval Readiness 1.Program Completers (denominator) 2.Number Industry-Recognized Credentials 3.Post-Secondary Credits Earned 4.Advanced Standing in Registered Apprenticeship 5.Enrollment in Post-Secondary Education

7 RIDE Study Year: PCTA Overall Program Completion Number 9 th Graders Number 12 Graders Completion Percentage 130 Enrolled 103 Completed 79%

8 Measure 1: Program Completers ProgramNumberPercent Automotive Tech14/1782% Cosmetology18/2185% Carpentry10/1472% Culinary15/1883% Electrical11/1573% Graphic Communications 10/1377% HVAC/R10/1472% Pastry Arts15/1883%

9 Measure 2: Industry Credentials ProgramNumberPercent Automotive Tech14/14 NATEF100% Cosmetology8/18 State License44% Carpentry10/10 NCCER100% Culinary15/15 ServSafe100% Electrical11/11 NCCER100% Graphic Communications 10/10 Print Ed100% HVAC/R10/10 NCCER100% Pastry Arts15/15 Serv Safe100%

10 Measure 3: Post-Secondary Credit ProgramNumberPercent Automotive Tech14/14 NATEF100% Cosmetology8/18 State License44% Carpentry10/10 NCCER100% Culinary15/15 ServSafe100% Electrical11/11 NCCER100% Graphic Communications 10/10 Print Ed100% HVAC/R10/10 NCCER100% Pastry Arts15/15 Serv Safe100%

11 PCTA Completers who Enrolled in College 64%

12 Completers’ Scholarship and Aid 25 Full Scholarships $183,000 Grants $367,250 Total $550,250

13 Measure 4: Advanced Standing ProgramNumberPercentage Carpentry10/ Hours100% Electrical11/ Hours100% HVAC/R10/ Hours100% Plumbing and Pipefitting NEW Program Construction Craft Laborer NEW Program

14 City-Wide and Whole School Focus Example: Central High School’s Guest Speaker Series in Advisory

15 Central: Law and Public Safety Mock Trial team made the State playoffs Debate team won Regional championship Invited to RWU Diversity Symposium dinner Two Military Leadership awards Fire Explorers are First Responder certified Fire Explorers doing overnights at stations Internships with City Arson Investigator Forensic Science guest speakers

16 Where are we now? State goal for % of students to have access to CTE programming. % of high school students in RI who have access to CTE % of PPSD students who have access to CTE

17 10 th – 1st10 th – 2nd11 th - 1st11 th – 2nd12 th – 1 st 12 th - 2nd Visual Arts 1 1 credit Visual Arts 2 1 credit Visual Arts 3 1 credit Adobe 1 1 credit Adobe 2 1 credit Workplace Experience.5 credit 10 th – 1st10 th – 2nd11 th - 1st11 th – 2nd12 th – 1 st 12 th - 2nd Gen Ed Workplace Experience.5 credit A) CTE CONCENTRATORS B) NON-CTE CONCENTRATORS ELO 1 extra CTE Credit CTEELO 3 CTE Credits LO C) ALL STUDENTS ELO

18 Where are we going? Traditional CTE ELOs 30% A Primary Strategy for Increasing Access to CTE in All High Schools

19 Career and Technical Education Update Office of Career and Technical Education Luke Driver, Director June 9, 2014


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