Presentation on theme: "A “View from the Field”: Practical Implementation Strategies for Colleges and High Schools The work reported herein was supported under the College and."— Presentation transcript:
A “View from the Field”: Practical Implementation Strategies for Colleges and High Schools The work reported herein was supported under the College and Career Transitions Initiative (V051B020001) as administered by the Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education. However, the contents do not necessarily represent the positions or policies of the Office of Vocational and Adult Education or the U.S. Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the federal government.
Panelists..... Ray A. Ostos Director of Community Partnership Programs National Center for Teacher Education Maricopa Community Colleges Steve Long Director of Workforce Development St. Louis Community College Kathleen Beauman Director, Business Education Partnerships Ann Arundel Community College
1 5 13 11 15 7 6 3 9 10 12 2 4 14 8 CCTI Site Partnerships 1-Miami Dade College 6-Corning Com. College11-St. Louis Com. College 2-Northern Virginia Com. College 7-Maricopa Com. Colleges12-Lehigh Carbon Com. College 3-Ivy Tech State College 8-Anne Arundel Com. College13-San Diego Com. College Dist. 4-Central Piedmont Com. College 9-Lorain County Com. College14-Prince George’s Com. College 5-SW Oregon Com. College10-Sinclair Com. College15-Fox Valley Technical College
Purpose of CCTI CCTI will contribute to strengthening the role of community and technical colleges in – Easing student transitions between secondary and postsecondary education as well as transitions to employment, and Improving academic performance at both the secondary and postsecondary levels.
CCTI Outcomes OUTCOME #1 Reducing the need for remediation of students entering postsecondary education OUTCOME #2 Increasing enrollment and persistence in postsecondary education OUTCOME #3 Improving academic and skill achievement at secondary and postsecondary levels OUTCOME #4 Increasing the number of postsecondary degrees, certificates, and licensures OUTCOME #5 Improving entry into employment and/or further education
Strategies “From the Field” 1.Partnerships 2.Parent & Student Information 3.Career Awareness & Exploration 4.Early Assessment & Remediation 5.Career Pathways
A Career Pathway is a coherent, articulated sequence of rigorous academic and career courses, commencing in the ninth grade and leading to an associate degree, and/or an industry-recognized certificate or licensure, and/or a baccalaureate degree and beyond. A Career Pathway is developed, implemented, and maintained in partnership among secondary and postsecondary education, business, and employers. Career Pathways are available to all students, including adult learners, and are designed to lead to rewarding careers.
Career Pathway “Template”
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Contact us for more information…. Kathleen M. Beauman Director, Business Education Partnerships Anne Arundel Community College Phone: 410.777.2777 Kmbeauman@aacc.edu www.aacc.edu/techprep Ray A. Ostos Director of Community Partnership Programs National Center for Teacher Education Maricopa Community Colleges Phone: 480.731.8095 firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Long Director of Workforce Development St. Louis Community College Phone: 314.539.5311 email@example.com
Our CCTI National Leaders : Laurance J. Warford CCTI Project Director Phones: 541.687.1952 480.705.8200 x230 Warford@league.org www.league.org/ccti Jean Petty CCTI Assistant Project Director Phone: 623.476.7092 Cell: 602.920.2225 firstname.lastname@example.org www.league.org/ccti