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1 Strategic Alignment for Sustained Results February 2, 2012 Alaska Career & Technical Education Coordinators Meeting Cathy LeCompte – Diane Maples – Program of Study in Alaska

2 CTE System and Tech Prep History Focus on Health Program of Study Task Force Program of Study Framework The Invitation OVERVIEW

3 CTE Community of Practice Alaska’s CTE’s System of Influence AWIB Alaska CTE Plan CTE Plan Leaders DOLWD/AWIB – Jeff Selvey DEED – Helen Merhkens UA – Fred Villa Internal Team Alaska CTE Plan (Includes Tech Prep / Program of Study / STEM) Transitions4.0 – Faculty Curricula5.0 – Facilities 3.0 – Delivery Models & Access6.0 – Funding APICC Oil & Gas Engineering Academy Health AHWC Health Program of Study CEF Construction Academy ASESP REAP Clean Energy “Allied Fish” Fishing, Seafood, Marine Commissioners: DOLWD – Bishop DEED - Hanley UA President - Gambell Students & Schools Community & Employers Program of Study Task Force and Work Groups Education Industry Coalitions (existing & emerging) Cross Industry Leadership Group (e.g. aligned around STEM, PoS, etc. ) CTE Committee Film / Media Mining 3

4 Alaska Tech Prep Summit June 24, 2011 Tech Prep: Our History  Our Future Alaska Tech Prep Task Force (Previously the Tech Prep Consortium Board) Alaska Tech Prep Consortium 35 school districts 12 post secondary institutions 12 business/labor reps U.S. DOL representative (By-Laws suspended in 2011) Alaska Tech Prep Consortium Board (9 elected representatives of the Consortium) PoS Task Force – Nov. 3 Includes Tech Prep Consortia / Board members, Health Coalition, CTE professionals, education and industry partners APICC Oil & Gas Engineering Academy Initial Focus Health AHWC Program of Study CEF Construction Academy ASESP REAP Clean Energy “Allied Fish” Fishing, Seafood, Marine Education Film / Media Mining 4

5 In parallel … AHWC’s Call to Action Action Agenda developed during 2011; issued in Sept. Endorsements by all major partners including AWIB, DHSS, DEED underway Twelve major initiatives, each with a set of 2-6 measurable objectives Workgroups underway to achieve the specific objectives 5

6 Alaska Health Workforce Coalition Action Agenda Occupational Priorities Primary Care Providers Direct Care Workers Behavioral Health Clinicians Physical Therapists Nurses Pharmacists Systems Change and Capacity Building Health Profession Loan Repayment and Incentive Programs Training and Professional Development Aligning regulatory policies that impact the health workforce Engage and prepare Alas kan youth for health careers Health workforce recruiting Health workforce data Health PoS Engage and prepare Alaskan youth for health careers 6

7 Develop an integrated Program of Study framework with a focus on Health careers by June Implement the Health Program of Study in three local school districts beginning in fall Results shared and extended to additional schools / districts throughout Alaska with emphasis on rural schools. AHWC Action Agenda  CTE-PoS Specific Objectives 7

8 CTE Work Groups from Fall 2011 Program of Study Framework AACTE Leadership Institute Program of Study Task Force Institute of the North Education Work Group Framework Innovation/Entrepreneurship (Employer Engagement) Personal Learning & Career Plans New Narratives & Brand Civic Collaboration/Network Professional Development Framework & Inventory/Asset “Voice of Youth” Model facility Employer Engagement Core Team Career Exploration Advising & Counseling + Assessment & Intervention Curriculum Delivery Models Professional Development Lots of good activity, but fragmented vs. aligned 8 Legislation & Policies Partnerships Professional Dev’t Accountability & Evaluation College & Career Readiness Course Sequences Credit Transfer Agreements Counseling & Academic Teaching & Learning Strategies Technical Skills Assessment

9 CTE Work Groups After Feb. 1 Program of Study Framework AACTE Leadership Institute Program of Study Task Force Institute of the North Education Work Group Framework Business Partnerships New Narratives & Brand Civic Collaboration/Network Each aligned to an existing work group Career Exploration & Advising Curriculum Delivery Models Professional Development GAPS? E.g: Assessment & Intervention 9 Core Team Legislation & Policies Partnerships Professional Dev’t Accountability & Evaluation College & Career Readiness Course Sequences Credit Transfer Agreements Counseling & Academic Teaching & Learning Strategies Technical Skills Assessment

10 Program of Study Work Groups CTE PoS Core Framework Civic Collaboration Brand New Narratives Business Partnerships Advising & Counseling Curriculum Business Partnerships Delivery Models

11 ©2010 Ed Morrison and Strategy-Nets LLC Contains proprietary intellectual property. All rights reserved. 11

12 ©2010 Ed Morrison and Strategy-Nets LLC Contains proprietary intellectual property. All rights reserved. Program of Study Framework Components See Program of Study Framework / Rubric 12

13 FOCUS on Familiar Components and draft Indicators Credit Transfer Couse Sequencing These are “TECH PREP” as we know it Framework wraps these into a comprehensive system including other core factors, e.g. Counseling and Advisement Partnerships Etc. Program of Study Framework

14 OUR REQUEST Review the Program of Study Framework with your district and programs/ services in mind. FILL IN FORM: What aligns with what you ALREADY do? What do you call it? What’s missing? RETURN TO US by end of day … Your input will help us refine the indicators Goal to create an instrument for benchmarking Identify where the gaps are to promote system building Feedback on the PoS Framework

15 How we’re working An iterative system of action and alignment Pursuit of results in near term and innovative shift in the long term Ongoing series of small & full group meetings YOU’RE invited! Join Work Groups, Community of Practice, List Serve? Jun. 11 Nov/ Dec. 11 Feb. 12 Apr/ May/12 Ed Morrison, Purdue Center for Regional Development and Strategy-Nets 15

16 Strategic Alignment for Sustained Results February 2, 2012 Alaska Career & Technical Education Coordinators Meeting Cathy LeCompte – Diane Maples – Program of Study in Alaska


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