Presentation on theme: "Process for the Non-Urban/Suburban School Districts."— Presentation transcript:
Process for the Non-Urban/Suburban School Districts
Small, mid-size, rural district challenges ◦ Limited resources ◦ Limited staff to plan ◦ Limited business partners ◦ Limited facilities ◦ Limited certified personnel One Step at a Time
Identify Partners ◦ Cohort of Area Superintendents ◦ Workforce Commission ◦ The Chamber of Commerce ◦ Community College
Superintendents ◦ High School Principals ◦ CTE Directors / Teachers ◦ Academic Curriculum Representative ◦ High School Counselors College President ◦ CTE ◦ Student Advisors ◦ Academic Workforce Commission Director Chamber President
Introductions/Affiliations HB 5 ◦ Career Pathways ◦ Endorsements ◦ Accountability Job/career opportunities for local community and surrounding area Training opportunities currently available Decision: Where do we start? HOW?
FOUNDATION - 22 CREDITS 4 ELA (ELA I, II, III, & advanced English) 3 MATH (ALGEBRA I, GEOMETRY & 1 advanced math) 3 SOCIAL STUDIES (world geography or world history or combined course, US History, & government/economics) 3 SCIENCE (biology, IPC or advanced science, and additional advanced science) 2 FOREIGN LANGUAGES 1 FINE ARTS 1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 5 ELECTIVES STEM 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES BUSINESS & INDUSTRY 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES ARTS & HUMANITIES 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES PUBLIC SERVICES 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES MULTI- DISCIPLINARY STUDIES 1 MATH or CTE MATH 1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE 2 ELECTIVES Endorsements 26 Credits Algebra II DISTINGUISHED Eligible for Top 10% Automatic Admission
Approve variety of advanced courses Comply with foundation program Prepare students to enter work force Permit advanced courses to be offered in applied manner Dual credit can satisfy foundation courses Create a combined world history and world geography course Elective credit met by advanced CTE courses: Certification Associate degree
Complete 26 credits 4 math 4 science 2 additional electives SBOE develop curriculum requirements for each endorsement Participation of educators, business, labor industry “Opt-in” for arts and humanities Substitute advanced science with another course related to endorsement SBOE adopt criteria “Opt-out” Student’s parent/guardian permission
Report categories of endorsements offered District must offer 1 endorsement Multidisciplinary Endorsement noted on diploma and transcript
PEIMS Reports Number of students : Enrolled in foundation program Pursuing the distinguished level of achievement Enrolled in endorsement program Disaggregated by student groups
Developed locally With local partners Encourage dual credit SBOE course options 50% - cost effective courses At least 6 advanced CTE or tech application to satisfy 4 th math Certification exams – paid by state Certification not limited to high- demand/ wage/skill occupations Consortium options
What is the job market for the area? What certificates, licenses, degrees are required for those jobs? What programs are offered at the community college?
What applicable CTE courses are currently offered in our districts? Which of those courses would qualify for “advanced” core requirements? What are the logistics for bringing districts and community college together to share programs?
Chamber & Workforce ◦ Pathways that reflect economy of area ◦ Gain support from area business community Community College ◦ Pathways with greatest course offerings for students currently offered
Public Service ◦ Health / Medical Field Leading economic opportunity Health occupation programs in all schools Business & Industry ◦ Larger Employers GE/Lufkin Industries Georgia Pacific (Temple Inland) ◦ Community College offered wider variety of course options
Local / Area Job Market Certificates, licenses, associate degrees curriculum offered CTE courses currently offered in districts Logistics of offerings
Lufkin ISD- Chair CTE ◦ Identify courses currently offered aligned with the Review options for core subject credit Diboll ISD – Chair Workforce ◦ Available job market ◦ Skill requirements ◦ Certificates/Degrees Hudson ISD – Chair Certification Programs ◦ Offered at community college ◦ Course options for high school students ◦ Researching expansion of programs Huntington ISD - Chair Logistics ◦ When, Where, How
Revise course offerings that target certificates or licenses Create flexible schedules to allow partnering with other providers Expand course offerings in high school to support current programs Promote endorsements
◦ Assess programs ◦ Revise and/or expand programs ◦ Develop PR campaigns to promote career pathway opportunities ◦ Develop showcase presentations for various community groups and/or organizations
Data that insures continued support – local and state!