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CTE Counselors Workshop February 19, 2009. Agenda New CTE social marketing materials Pathway Definitions New codes for CTE pathways FAQs around CTE data.

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1 CTE Counselors Workshop February 19, 2009

2 Agenda New CTE social marketing materials Pathway Definitions New codes for CTE pathways FAQs around CTE data entry Student engagement – Part 3 Discussions with CTE content area Education Associates Closing questions and evaluation

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4 Definitions of Pathway types What is a Career Pathway? A career pathway is three (3) credits of pre planned and sequential courses required for graduation designed to develop knowledge and skills in a particular career or academic area. The Career Pathway shall be included in the Student Success Plan.

5 Definitions of Pathway types What is a CTE Pathway? A CTE pathway is a career pathway comprised of three (3) or more pre-planned, sequential, and state-approved CTE courses. CTE pathways provide students effective technical and academic preparation for entry into high- skill, high-wage, high-demand occupations while preparing for postsecondary learning.

6 Definitions of Pathway types What is an Integrated Pathway? An integrated pathway is a career pathway that consists of a combination of three (3) or more pre- planned and sequential CTE and NCLB content area courses as a planned sequential program of study designed to develop knowledge and skills in a particular career or academic area.

7 Definitions of Pathway types What is a Non-CTE Pathway? A non-CTE pathway is a career pathway that consists of a set of three (3) or more pre-planned and sequential, NCLB content area courses designed to develop knowledge and skills in a particular career or academic area. Non- CTE pathway courses must be in addition to other academic courses required for graduation.

8 New CTE Pathway codes in eSchoolPlus Career Cluster (old code) Pathway 1 (new code) Course 1 + CIP Course 2 + CIP Course 3 + CIP Pathway 2 (new code) Course 1 + CIP Course 2 + CIP Course 3 + CIP

9 Management and Administration Career Cluster Administrative Services Pathway 4.01 Business & Corporate Management Pathway 4.02 Business Information Technology Pathway 4.03 Business, Finance & Marketing Essentials Administrative Services II Business & Corporate Management II Business Information Technology II Administrative Services III Business & Corporate Management III Business Information Technology III

10 Administrative Services4.01 Business, Finance & Marketing Essentials Administrative Services II Administrative Services III Business and Corporate Management4.02 Business, Finance & Marketing Essentials Business and Corporate Management II Business and Corporate Management III Business Information Technology4.03 Business, Finance & Marketing Essentials Business Information Technology II Business Information Technology III Pathway Name Pathway CodeCourse Name Course Code (CIP)

11 FAQs on CTE Data Reporting Data Entry Data Verification For assistance, contact: Melvin DSouza, Ph.D. CTE and School Climate Workgroup Tel: (302)

12 CTE Enrollment Levels CTE Participant: A student who has completed at least one course in any CTE program area. CTE Concentrator: A student who has successfully completed at least fifty percent of the credits required to complete a state-approved CTE pathway of sequenced courses, and is enrolled in a course at the next level in the same pathway.

13 Data Entry Requirements When? –March 31: Pathway and Concentrator Enrollment (for all students in a CTE pathway) –June 30 : Pathway Completion (for all Concentrators) Where? – eSch+: DOE CTE Screen DOE CTE Screen

14 Data Verification When? –BEFORE March 31: Enrollment Data –BEFORE June 30: Completion Data Where? –Cognos ReportNet: CTE Pathway Data ReportCTE Pathway Data Report

15 Student Engagement Part 3 -Dennis Rozulmalski

16 Opportunities for discussion with CTE content area Education Associates Dr. Dale Derrickson – Skilled and Technical Sciences Rita Hovermale – Family and Consumer Sciences Dr. Karen Hutchison – Agriscience Sharon Rookard – Technology Education Lisa Stoner-Torbert – Business, Finance & Marketing

17 Closing questions Open Forum Please complete the evaluation form!


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