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2010 CAPER AND PEER EDUCATORS’ INSTITUTE. JSRCC/CAPER S taff Harvey L. Crone, Director Anne Mustian, Specialist SUPPORT STAFF Brenda Flippo, Larry Gill.

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1 2010 CAPER AND PEER EDUCATORS’ INSTITUTE

2 JSRCC/CAPER S taff Harvey L. Crone, Director Anne Mustian, Specialist SUPPORT STAFF Brenda Flippo, Larry Gill Brad Beasley, John Smith

3 JTCC/PEER Staff Suzan Marshall, Coordinator Sharon Barker, Specialist JTCC ITSC STAFF Jeff Greene VOLUNTEER STAFF Barb Hancock-Henley Trudi Heyer, Wanda Bolda

4 CAPER Capital Area Partners for Educational Reform J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Goochland County Public Schools Hanover County Public Schools Henrico County Public Schools Louisa County Public Schools Powhatan County Public Schools Richmond City Public Schools

5 PEER Partnership to Ensure Educational Reform John Tyler Community College Charles City County Public Schools Chesterfield County Public Schools Colonial Heights Public Schools Dinwiddie County Public Schools Hopewell Public Schools Petersburg Public Schools Prince George County Public Schools Surry County Public Schools Sussex County Public Schools

6 J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College CAPER Web Site: www.reynolds.edu/techprep www.reynolds.edu/techprep John Tyler Community College PEER Web Site: www.jtcc.edu/peer

7 In Your Packets Agenda Program Notes Speaker Biographies List of Vendors Presentation Handouts Evaluation

8 AGENDA 8:30–8:40Welcome and Introductions - Harvey L. Crone, CAPER Coordinator, JSRCC 8:40–9:00Remarks from Virginia Community College System & Department of Education Peter Blake, Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development, VCCS Elizabeth Creamer, Career Pathways Director, VCCS George Willcox, Career & Technical Cluster Coordinator, VDOE 9:00–10:00Building Student Success through Leadership, Achievement and Best Practices Dr. Jo Lynne DeMary, Director, Center for School Improvement, VCU School of Education 10:00–10:20Break/Technology & Career Expo 10:20–11:00Helping Students Build Successful Transitions with Academic and Career Plans and the Wizard Scott Kemp, Career Coach Coordinator, VCCS Joseph Wharff, School Counseling Connections Specialist, VDOE/CTE Dr. Craig Herndon, Special Assistant to the Chancellor, VCCS 11:00–12:15Business/Industry Panel - Multiple Career Pathway Opportunities with Large Companies ??? Larry Bateman, Associate Human Resources Specialist, Dominion Resources Services, Inc. Shawn Ruger, Resource Development Manager/CIO, Alstom Facilitated by: Suzan Marshall, PEER Coordinator, John Tyler Community College 12:15–12:30Break/Technology & Career Expo 12:30–1:45Luncheon Welcome Dr. Marshall W. Smith, President, John Tyler Community College Dr. Gary L. Rhodes, President, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Building Student Success while Bridging Education and Business Dr. Marcus Newsome, Superintendent, Chesterfield County Public Schools Dr. Stewart Roberson, Superintendent, Hanover County Public Schools Introduction of Secretary of Education Peter Blake, Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development Gerard Robinson, Secretary of Education, Commonwealth of Virginia Entertainment Pieces of the Puzzle Jazz Ensemble from Appomattox Regional Governor’s School,, James Carver, Director 1:45–2:00Closing Remarks and Evaluation Suzan Marshall, PEER Coordinator, John Tyler Community College

9 Peter Blake Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development Remarks from the Virginia Community College System

10 Virginia Community College System Bridging Education and Business for the 21 st Century Workforce Elizabeth Creamer Career Pathways Director VCCS

11 Virginia Department of Education Career & Technical Education Bridging Education and Business for the 21 st Century Workforce George Willcox Career & Technical Cluster Coordinator

12 PRESENTER Building Student Success through Leadership, Achievement and Best Practices Dr. Jo Lynne DeMary, Director Center for School Improvement VCU School of Education

13 Building Student Success Through Leadership, Achievement and Best Practices 2010 Educators’ Institute

14 Of every 10 ninth graders who start high school… 7 will graduate from high school on time… 4 will immediately enroll in college… 3 are still enrolled as a sophomore… 2 will graduate from college on time. The Leaky Pipeline Source: National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2004

15 You can’t ease into excellence  It demands high levels of effort and energy and motivation and passion in addition to content knowledge.  I like to think of it as a mission of the heart. What does excellence look like?

16 Characteristics of high performing schools  Clear and shared focus  High standards and expectations  Supportive learning environment  High levels of collaboration and Communication  Emphasis on Professional Development  Curriculum and Instruction aligned with state standards  Effective leadership  Closely monitored teaching and student progress  High level of community involvement

17 Use appropriate data to drive decisions  Create a culture of data use and equip teachers with the tools to access, analyze and use data  Drink in your data- don’t drown in it.

18  Aldine Texas We change the entire master schedule probably two or three times a year. I’m always putting in new courses and creating new sections for classes that are needed. Principal, Middle School

19 Successful Students Productive Citizens Thriving Region

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21 Vision Successful Students---Productive Citizens---Thriving Region Mission Bridging Richmond will engage its community partners to coordinate and align the region's educational efforts and resources to ensure that all of our youth graduate and are career ready (currently being revised by EC Task Force)

22 Be Prepared for school early childhood education Be Supported Succeed academically Enroll in some form of post- secondary education Graduate EVERY student in the region will: Enter a Career

23 Goal 1: Be prepared for school through early childhood education 1.Kindergarteners needing early intervention based on PALS-K (fall and spring) 2.Third grade SOL in Reading Goal 2: Be supported inside and outside of school 1.Dropout rates (high school, eighth grade) 2.Student engagement (Gallup Survey) Goal 3: Succeed academically 1.Fifth Grade & Eighth Grade SOL (Reading and Mathematics) 2.High school graduation rates 3.AP, IB, dual and technical certificate enrollments, pass rates Goal 4: Enroll in some form of post- secondary education 1.Enrollment in post-secondary education (Student Tracker) 2.First to second year college retention rates Goal 5: Graduate 1.Six-year graduation rates 2.Associate degrees/professional certificates awarded Goal 6: Enter a Career Goals to be determined by EC Task Force Quality of Life/Thriving Region Indicators: 1.Adults with high school diploma or higher 2.Adults with college degree or high er

24 Bridging Richmond’s Continuous Improvement Process  Identify the specific goals, variables, indicators and benchmarks.  Collect and aggregate data on indicators.  Analyze the data using appropriate quantitative, qualitative, or mixed- method procedures for the purpose of determining gaps between current data and baseline data, and between current data and benchmarks.  Identify program features of factors that may have an impact on performance on the indicators.  Review the literature for best practices and make recommendations for improvement to current programs.  Pilot the new procedures and re-start the process for continuous improvement, with possible changes to benchmarks.

25 Multiple Sector Representation University Presidents Early Childhood Leaders K-12 Superintendents Civic Leaders Philanthropic Leaders Corporate Leaders

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27  January- February, 2010 Gained Consensus on 14 Key Indicators Convened Operations Leadership Team Launched website  March, 2010 Finalize Key Indicators and develop priority strategies Begin formation of networks and conduct asset mapping Convene local funders and develop strategies for sustainability plan  April - May, 2010 Hold community forums in each of the four regions Outline baseline data and present Year 1 Report Card to Executive Council  July – August, 2010 Publish Year 1 Report Card Plan for Year 2 Strategic Priorities

28  Do I truly believe it is possible to create and sustain schools in which literally all students will be highly successful?  Does my school provide clear standards for mastery of academic content?  Are the teachers committed to and capable of high- quality teaching?

29  What responsibility do I have for the achievement gap?  What are three best practices I want to refine for the 2010-2011 academic year?

30 PRESENTERS Helping Students Build Successful Transitions with Academic and Career Plans and the Wizard Career Pathways- Scott Kemp, Career Coach Coordinator, VCCS Career Plans-Joseph Wharff, School Counseling Specialist, VDOE The VA Wizard- Craig Herndon, Special Assistant to the Chancellor, VCCS

31 Joseph Wharff School Counseling Connections Specialist Virginia Department of Education

32 32February, 2010 Why are we here?

33 33March, 2010 Research tells us the process of moving between institutions – the transition itself – is at the root of the academic distress of ninth grade.

34 34February, 2010 Revisions to the Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia 8 VAC 20-131-140: College and career preparation programs and opportunities for postsecondary credit. Academic and Career Plan Beginning with the 2010-2011 academic year, all schools shall begin development of a personal Academic and Career Plan for each seventh-grade student with completion by the fall of the student’s eighth-grade year.

35 35February, 2010 Academic and Career Plan Transfer Students Students who transfer from other than a Virginia public school into the eighth grade shall have the Plan developed as soon as practicable following enrollment. Beginning with 2011-2012, students who transfer after their eighth-grade year shall have the Plan developed upon enrollment.

36 36February, 2010 Academic and Career Plan Shall include, but not be limited to: The student’s program of study for high school graduation that is aligned with a postsecondary career pathway and/or college entrance; Postsecondary career pathway based on student’s academic and career interests;

37 37February, 2010 Academic and Career Plan Shall be signed by the student, student’s parent or guardian, and school official(s) designated by the principal; The school shall have met its obligation for parental involvement if it makes a good faith effort to notify the parent or guardian of the responsibility for the development and approval of the Plan; Shall be included in the student’s record; and Shall be reviewed and updated, if necessary, before the student enters the ninth and eleventh grades.

38 38February, 2010 Academic and Career Plan Any personal academic and career plans prescribed by local school boards for students in grades 7-12 and in effect as of June 30, 2009, are approved to continue without further action by the Board. The Board of Education has established guidelines for development of the Plan. http://www.doe.virginia.gov/boe/guidance/assessment_accreditation/gu idelines_academic_career_plans.pdf http://www.doe.virginia.gov/boe/guidance/assessment_accreditation/gu idelines_academic_career_plans.pdf

39 Contact: Joseph Wharff School Counseling Connections Specialist Virginia Department of Education www.doe.virginia.gov (804) 225-3370 Joseph.Wharff@doe.virginia.govJoseph.Wharff@doe.virginia.gov

40 Dr. Craig Herndon Special Assistant to the Chancellor, Virginia’s Community Colleges March 31, 2010

41 Wizard 1.0 makes it easy for Virginia students to: Assess their careers interests and work values Assess their careers interests and work values Find specific occupations in demand, how much education is required, how much those jobs pay, and the top employers – within their local area and other regions of Virginia Find specific occupations in demand, how much education is required, how much those jobs pay, and the top employers – within their local area and other regions of Virginia Find community college majors and programs that match their location and career interests Find community college majors and programs that match their location and career interests Compare the cost of colleges and universities throughout Virginia Compare the cost of colleges and universities throughout Virginia Find and apply for financial aid Find and apply for financial aid Identify transfer pathways to the baccalaureate degree Identify transfer pathways to the baccalaureate degree

42 Wizard 2.0 also makes it easy for Virginia students to: Assess their skills and explore associated career clusters Assess their skills and explore associated career clusters Prepare for college admission & attendance Prepare for college admission & attendance Explore public and private colleges and universities throughout Virginia based on various ‘fit’ factors and save results Explore public and private colleges and universities throughout Virginia based on various ‘fit’ factors and save results Build résumés and prepare for interviews Build résumés and prepare for interviews Coming Soon: counselors and teachers will have access student information in the Wizard Coming Soon: counselors and teachers will have access student information in the Wizard

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54 Wizard 3.0 will make it easy to: Create and store academic and career plans Create and store academic and career plans Import career pathways to students academic and career plans Import career pathways to students academic and career plans Create ad hoc Wizard reports on students and ACP progress Create ad hoc Wizard reports on students and ACP progress

55 Wizard ACP: Efficiency Pre-population. By automatically filling in the following fields of the Academic and Career Plan (ACP) fields, the Wizard will save time for educators in creating the ACP, thereby letting educators focus on the most important parts of the plan. General student information (Name, DOB, State Test Identifier, Grade, School Code, District Code) Wizard information (career interests, career clusters, career assessment results, extracurricular activities from the resume builder) Career Pathways and course listings Counselors and teachers will be able to select the appropriate Standards of Accreditation (SOA) graduation requirements for each student

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65 Wizard ACP Reports: Efficiency The Wizard will enable school and district personnel to create reports regarding the creation of ACPs and the data contained within the ACPs Course Planning: Counselors, teachers and district administrators will be able to create reports to include the number of students planning to take a specific course or courses in any individual or set of academic years included in students’ ACPs Tracking: Reports will allow educators to electronically track ACP progress including parental review and approval of ACPs.

66 Dr. Craig Herndon Special Assistant to the Chancellor, Virginia’s Community Colleges March 31, 2010

67 Business/Industry Panel Larry Bateman Associate Human Resources Specialist Dominion Resources Services, Inc. Shawn Ruger Resource Development Manager/CIO Alstom Power, Inc. Facilitated by Suzan Marshall PEER Coordinator, John Tyler Community College Multiple Career Pathways Opportunities with Large Companies

68 Virginia Workplace Readiness Skills Reading Skills Math Skills Writing Skills Speaking & Listening Skills Computer Literacy Reasoning, Problem- solving, and Decision- making Skills Understanding the “Big Picture” Strong Work Ethic Positive Attitude Independence & Initiative Self-presentation Skills Satisfactory Attendance Able to Work on Team to Achieve Goals

69 EVALUATION 2010 CAPER/PEER Educators’ Institute Bridging Education and Business for the 21 st Century Workforce March 31, 2010 1-7 Circle Your Choice (Rating: 1 - 5: 1 = Poor to 5 = Excellent) 8.How do you plan to incorporate information from this Institute as you work with students? Approximate the number of students. 9.Suggestions/recommendations for 2011 EDUCATORS’ INSTITUTE; Name: School: Contact: # Email: Leave your completed evaluation with us today. Thank You for Participating!


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