Presentation on theme: "CTE Counselors Workshop February 19, 2009. Agenda New CTE social marketing materials Pathway Definitions New codes for CTE pathways FAQs around CTE data."— Presentation transcript:
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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 52.010111 Administrative Services II 52.040112 Business & Corporate Management II 52.020112 Business Information Technology II 52.040712 Administrative Services III 52.040113 Business & Corporate Management III 52.020113 Business Information Technology III 52.040713
Administrative Services4.01 Business, Finance & Marketing Essentials52.010111 Administrative Services II52.040112 Administrative Services III52.040113 Business and Corporate Management4.02 Business, Finance & Marketing Essentials52.010111 Business and Corporate Management II52.020112 Business and Corporate Management III52.020113 Business Information Technology4.03 Business, Finance & Marketing Essentials52.010111 Business Information Technology II52.040712 Business Information Technology III52.040713 Pathway Name Pathway CodeCourse Name Course Code (CIP)
FAQs on CTE Data Reporting Data Entry Data Verification For assistance, contact: Melvin DSouza, Ph.D. CTE and School Climate Workgroup Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@doe.k12.de.us Tel: (302)857-3320
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.
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
Data Verification When? –BEFORE March 31: Enrollment Data –BEFORE June 30: Completion Data Where? –Cognos ReportNet: CTE Pathway Data ReportCTE Pathway Data Report
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
Closing questions Open Forum Please complete the evaluation form!