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1 Career Technical Education Master Plan June 17, 2010 Board Meeting June 17, 20101

2 Background Information – Board Priorities & Objectives Safe Community & School Environment Improve Academic Performance for All Students Efficient & Effective Use of District Resources Support Career Technical Education Through Academic & Vocational Training 2

3 Background on CTE In response to the demanding requirements of the global economy, California educators have responded with curriculum including knowledge- and skills-based standards related to preparing students for the labor market. California’s CTE model curriculum standards are presented in 15 industry sectors, or groupings, of related careers and broad industries. Each sector has two or more career pathways Within each career pathway are identified standards detailing the knowledge and technical skills students need to succeed in the selected pathway. June 17, 2010 3

4 The CTE Master Plan The District’s CTE Master Plan was created as a framework to provide students with the skills and abilities to make a successful transition from school to a career. The District’s CTE plan reflects three key goals for the District: 1)Accelerate gains in student performance 2)Provide parent, community and higher education support 3)Secure adequate funding for the design and development of the California CTE standards approved by the State Board of Education, including: A relationship to the economy Preparation for student success Career planning and management June 17, 2010 4

5 Outline of the District’s Career Technical Education Master Plan Overview of Career Technical Education (“CTE”) Summary of the District’s CTE programs and courses The CTE Advisory Committee (“CTEAC”) Labor market data related to District programs offered Ongoing evaluation of CTE programs CTE Facilities Recommendations June 17, 2010 5

6 CTE Pathways Offered by the District June 17, 2010 6 Industry SectorPathways Agriculture and Natural Resources Agricultural Mechanics Agricultural Science Horticulture Art, Media and Entertainment Media and Design Art Building Trades and Construction Cabinetmaking and Wood Products Residential and Commercial Construction Education, Child Development, Family Services Education Engineering and Design Computer Hardware, Electrical and Networking Engineering Finance and Business Accounting Services Banking and Related Services Business Financial Management Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation Food Science, Dietetics and Nutrition Information Technology Information Support and Services Media Support and Services Network Communications Marketing, Sales and Service Professional Sales and Marketing Transportation Collision Repair and Refinishing Vehicle Maintenance, Service and Repair

7 The CTEAC Required by the State in order for the District to receive State grant funds Acts as an advisory committee to the School Board. Required to address programs offered in all industry sectors offered by the District A roster of the District’s CTEAC members is listed on page 1 of the CTE Master Plan June 17, 2010 7

8 CTEAC Goals 1)Evaluate the needs of the community and region as it relates to the skills needed for employment. 2)Identify areas where the District can provide educational programs to fit the employment needs of the community and the region. 3)Make recommendations to the Board on programmatic needs related to CTE. 4)Evaluate whether the District’s facilities are adequate to serve the CTE programs offered. 5)Make findings related to the adequacy of existing facilities and the plan for future CTE facilities. June 17, 2010 8

9 CTE Courses Offered and Labor Market Data The CTE Master Plan provides a description of each CTE course offered at Dos Palos High School Labor market information is provided for each industry sector regionally and Statewide Projected employment Fastest growing occupations Occupations with the most job openings June 17, 2010 9

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14 Ongoing Evaluation of CTE Programs Decisions guiding the instructional program, budget and facilities improvements should be data-driven and research-based. Data that can be evaluated includes: The percent of students completing capstone CTE courses. The percent of students placed in apprenticeships, enroll in a community college, four-year college or other advanced educational training or enter directly in to the workforce. Student performance based on standardized tests, formative assessments, grades & industry certifications. June 17, 2010 14

15 CTE Facilities Last fall, per the Facilities Master Plan, the District applied for, and received, a grant from the State, specifically for improvements to Career Technical Education Facilities In December 2009, a fire demolished the agriculture, auto and wood shop classrooms at Dos Palos High School June 17, 2010 15

16 June 17, 2010 Facilities Plans to House CTE Programs Two Phases of Construction 1)Provide modular classrooms to house the shops and classrooms on a temporary basis Completed for the 2010-11 school year 2) Construct permanent shop classrooms to replace what was lost in the fire & convert the modular classrooms from Phase 1 into classrooms to house various educational programs. 16

17 June 17, 2010 CTEAC Findings Related to CTE Facilities (Required for State Funding) 1)Due to the fire that destroyed the Agricultural Laboratory, Auto Shop, Wood Shop, Information Technology Laboratory and several classrooms, these programs and related courses are currently being taught in woefully inadequate facilities, with inadequate furniture and equipment. 2)The courses being taught in the Art, Media and Entertainment Industry sector are housed in adequate facilities, however, upgrades are needed in the areas of multi-media hardware, computer hardware and software and classroom furniture. 17

18 June 17, 2010 CTEAC Findings Related to CTE Facilities (Cont’d) 3)The courses being taught in the Education, Child Development and Family Services Industry, and the Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation Industry Sectors are housed in adequate facilities, however upgrades in equipment and storage space are needed. 4)The courses being taught in the Engineering Design and Information Technology Sectors are housed in inadequate facilities and need an upgrade in computer hardware, software, media equipment and classroom furniture. 18

19 June 17, 2010 CTEAC Findings Related to CTE Facilities (Cont’d) 5)The courses being taught in the Finance and Business Industry Sectors are housed in adequate facilities, however, there is a need to upgrade computer hardware, software, multi-media equipment and classroom furniture. 6)The courses being taught in Marketing, Sales and Services are housed in adequate facilities, however additional classroom space would be helpful and upgrades in computer hardware and software and multi-media equipment are needed. 19

20 June 17, 2010 CTE Teacher Input CTE teachers were asked to provide input related to the facilities and equipment needed to enhance programs to meet the current career needs/demands 20

21 June 17, 2010 21 Industry SectorFacilitiesEquipment Agriculture & Natural Resources Ag Lab Small Engine Shop Greenhouse Computer Lab Cold Storage Greenhouse Computers Arts, Media & Entertainment Computer Lab Art Classroom Computers/Printers Media Computer Software Server Access LCD Projector/Docu-Cam Photo Printer Silk Screen Printer Scanners Art Supplies Building Trades & Construction Woodshop Classroom Space Power and Hand Tools Computers Drafting/Design Computer Programs LCD Projector/Docu-Cam Education, Child Development & Family Services Standard Classroom Food Laboratory Cooking Appliances LCD Projector/Docu-Cam

22 June 17, 2010 22 Industry SectorFacilities NeedsEquipment Needs Engineering & Design Standard Classroom Computer Lab Computers LCD Projector/Docu-Cam Computers to Read Curriculum Finance & Business Computer Lab Computers/Printers Server Access LCD Projector/Docu-Cam Information Technology Computer Lab Standard Classroom Computers/Printers Computer Programs Server Access LCD Projector/Docu-Cam Networking Equipment Lab Computers to Work On Computers to Read Curriculum Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation

23 June 17, 2010 23 Industry SectorFacilities NeedsEquipment Needs Manufacturing & Product Development Computer Lab Computer/Printers Photo Printer Digital Cameras Scanners Computer Software Programs (i.e. Photo Shop, etc.) Marketing Sales & Services

24 June 17, 2010 24 Industry SectorFacilities NeedsEquipment Needs Transportation Auto Shop Classroom Space Wheel Balancer Tire Machine Car Lifts Brake Lathe Drill Press Air Compressor Parts Cleaner Bead Blaster Floor Jacks Diagnostic Machine LCD Projector/Docu-Cam Paint Booth Spray Guns Air Dryers Paint Mixing Room Paint Respirators

25 June 17, 2010 CTEAC Recommendations 1)Integrate information technology in all industry sectors since technological skills are basic to all future career, personal day-to- day and work experiences. 2)Integrate basic business/job expectations such as: punctuality; knowledge of career/job requirements; regular attendance; interpersonal communication skills; proper grooming/appearance; organization/leadership ability; positive attitude; and enthusiasm for and commitment to job and company in all CTE courses. 3)Increase opportunities for all CTE students to participate in apprenticeship, mentorship, work experience, work study, or work shadowing programs. 25

26 June 17, 2010 CTEAC Recommendations (Cont’d) 4)Investigate the feasibility of developing additional industry sector pathways and courses. 5)Continue to work on integrating industry sector pathways into sequential programs which lead to capstone courses which can be tied to programs at the community college level and local workforce. 6)Take advantage of programs/partnerships available with local businesses and employers to articulate high school course curriculum into jobs. 26

27 June 17, 2010 CTEAC Recommendations (Cont’d) 7)Provide as many hands on, shadowing, mentorship, apprenticeship and real work related experiences for all students, including those with special needs, so they can have practical applications of information taught in pathway courses 8)Develop opportunities to enhance articulation between the Elementary Schools, Bryant Middle School and Dos Palos High School staff for the purpose of establishing CTE pathways early on and linking middle school CTE courses with industry sectors/pathways, and courses offered to 9-12 grade students. 27

28 June 17, 2010 CTEAC Recommendations (Cont’d) 9)Design flexible classroom space, lab and shop facilities, which can be adapted to changing and future program needs. 10)Provide teachers with release time and/or stipends for CTE staff to analyze data and use the results to edit, modify, adapt or create new CTE courses to meet the ever-changing academic, technical training/career needs of Dos Palos High School students. 11)Provide teachers with release time and/or stipends for CTE staff interested in attending professional development presentations related to career technical education. 28

29 Discussion/ Questions & Answers June 17, 201029

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