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1 CTE Technical Assistance Meeting October 18, 2011 Perkins Performance Indicators And The Consolidated Application

2 Connections Perkins Consolidated Application CAR Report Success Plan- Performance Measures

3 Accountability Right now, CTE programs receiving federal support under the Perkins Act need to make a convincing case for funding. That starts by demonstrating how you are improving student outcomes. And there's no better data to demonstrate that than by identifying how many students are going on to postsecondary education and starting careers in the pathway they studied. We should be able to look at every CTE program in your state and answer how many students graduate from high school and transition successfully into and complete at least one year of postsecondary education or training. If a program cannot deliver these outcomes or provide these data, then we should re-tool it. Taken from Secretary Duncans Remarks at 2011 Spring CTE Leadership Meeting, April, 2011

4 Intent of Law Perkins IV legislation represents a historic shift from a vocational education system that prepared a subset of students with narrow job skill preparation to a career and technical education delivery system that prepares all students for college and careers. The expectation in Perkins IV is that students may achieve a degree, certificate or credential and transition from high school to postsecondary education seamlessly. Major themes in the law include: an integrated academic and career and technical education performance accountability system that requires continuous student and program improvement stronger academic and technical integration connections between secondary and postsecondary education systems close association with business and industry

5 Perkins Indicators

6 Perkins Core Indicators Secondary Level 1S1 - Academic Attainment in Reading/Language Arts 1S2 - Academic Attainment in Mathematics 2S1 - Technical Skill Attainment 3S1 - Secondary School Completion 4S1 - Student Graduation Rate 5S1 - Secondary Placement 6S1 - Nontraditional Participation 6S2 - Nontraditional Completion Postsecondary Level 1P1 - Technical Skill Attainment 2P1 - Credential, Certificate or Diploma 3P1 - Student Retention or Transfer 4P1 - Student Placement 5P1 - Nontraditional Participation 5P2 - Nontraditional Completion

7 Delaware LEA Targets IndicatorTotal LEASMet TargetDid not Meet NA 1S1211560 1S2211920 2S1212010 3S1212010 4S121 00 5S1211182 5S2211722 1P12200 2P12200 3P12200 4P12200 5P12020 5P22020

8 Definitions CTE Annual Report (CAR & EDEN) (Non-Reg Guide) –Participant:Student who completed a CTE course that is part of a sequence of courses to obtain a certification. –Concentrator:Student who has completed over half of a sequence of courses to obtain a certification and is enrolled in the next course in the sequence.

9 Perkins Negotiated Targets 5S1- Placement 07-08- Target-95%Actual- 95.5 % 08-09- Target- 96%Actual- 50.5 % 09-10- Target-52%Actual- 58.1 % 6S1- Nontraditional Participation 07-08- Target-38%Actual- 35.5% 08-09- Target-38.5% Actual- 37.4% 09-10- Target-36.5 %Actual- 36.91% 10-11- Target- 33%

10 CTE Data Issues Data Quality Issues – CTE Concentrators District A: 2007-778; 2009-328 District B: 2007- 1115; 2009-510 District C: 2007- 240; 2009-1225 District D: 2007- 606; 2009- 2298

11 CTE Data Issues Data Quality Issues- Pathways District A: 11 Graders- 91 No Pathway 12 Graders- 205 No Pathway 2008-1300 CTE Participants 2009- 1028 CTE Participants 2010- 971 CTE Participants Per Cent of CTE Concentrators 2009-2010 Grade 10-58.4%; Grade 11-68.7%; Grade 12-35.7%

12 Perkins Accountability Report

13 IMPORTANCE OF LABOR DATA Course Approval Process

14 Utilizing Labor Market Data Three Basic Resources 1. Delaware Department of Labors Office of Occupational and Labor Market Information (OOLMI) Delaware 2018: Occupation & Industry Projections 2. OOLMIs Occupation and Industry Projections (for Sussex, Kent, & New Castle Counties) 3. United States Department of Labors Bureau of Labor Market Statistics (BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook

15 Utilizing Labor Market Data Resource Websites 1. Delaware Department of Labors Office of Occupational and Labor Market Information Delaware 2018: Occupation & Industry Projections and Occupation and Industry Projections by County http://www.delawareworks.com/oolmi/Information/LMIData/Projections.aspx 2. United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Market Statistics (BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook (2010- 2011) http://www.bls.gov/oco/ooh_index.htm

16 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) 1. Use the Index to find Occupational Information by Name & get Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code 2. Find detailed information regarding the training needed for the occupation. 3. See National Earnings and Job Prospects 4. View Working Conditions and What Workers Do on the Job

17 Occupational outlook handbook 2010-2011 Plumbers, Pipelayers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters Nature of the Work Most people are familiar with plumbers who come to their home to unclog a drain or fix a leaking toilet. Plumbers, pipelayers, pipefitters, and steamfitters install, maintain, and repair many different types of pipe systems. Some of these systems move water from reservoirs to municipal water treatment plants and then to residential, commercial, and public buildings. Other systems dispose of waste, supply gas to stoves and furnaces, or provide for heating and cooling needs. Pipe systems in powerplants carry the steam that powers huge turbines. Pipes also are used in manufacturing plants to move material through the production process. Specialized piping systems are very important in both pharmaceutical and computer-chip manufacturing.

18 Occupational outlook handbook 2010-2011 Plumbers, Pipelayers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters Job prospects. Job opportunities are expected to be very good, with demand for skilled plumbers, pipelayers, pipefitters, and steamfitters expected to outpace the supply of well-trained workers in this craft. Some employers report difficulty finding workers with the right qualifications. In addition, many people currently working in these trades are expected to retire over the next 10 years, which will create additional job openings. Education and training. Plumbers, pipelayers, pipefitters, and steamfitters enter into the occupation in a variety of ways. Most plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters get their training in jointly administered apprenticeships or in technical schools and community colleges.

19 Delaware Skilled and Technical Sciences Architecture and Construction Standards for High School Programs Plumbing Technology/Plumber Pathway CIP #46.050321 Plumbing Technology/ Plumber I Minimum of 2 Credits CIP #46.050322 Plumbing Technology/ Plumber II Minimum of 2 Credits CIP #46.050323 Plumbing Technology/ Plumber III Minimum of 2 Credits

20 Delaware Skilled and Technical Sciences Plumbing Technology/Plumber Pathway National Center for Construction Education and Research Contren® Curriculum Materials for: Core Curriculum and Plumbing Level I Successful H.S. students receive advanced credit for the 1 st year of Apprenticeship Related Training Apprenticeship: The other 4-year degree!

21 Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011 Occupational Title SOC Code Employment 2008 Projected Employment 2018 Number change Percent Change Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters Overall Category Pipelayers Sub- Category Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters Sub- Category

22 Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011 Occupational Title SOC Code Employment 2008 Projected Employment 2018 Number change Percent Change Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2150 Overall Category Pipelayers 47-2151 Sub- Category Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2152 Sub- Category

23 Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011 Occupational Title SOC Code Employment 2008 Projected Employment 2018 Number change Percent Change Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2150 555,900642,100 Overall Category Pipelayers47-2151 61,20071,700 Sub- Category Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2152 494,700570,500 Sub- Category

24 Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011 Occupational Title SOC Code Employment 2008 Projected Employment 2018 Number change Percent Change Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2150555,900642,100 86,300+16% Overall Category Pipelayers47-215161,20071,700 10,500+17% Sub- Category Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2152494,700570,500 75,800+15% Sub- Category

25 Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011 EarningsDollars Per hour Natural Gas Distribution$26.27 Non-residential Building Construction$23.14 Building Equipment Contractors$21.86 Utility System Construction$21.15 Local Government$20.65 May 2008

26 Delaware 2018 : Occupation & Industry Projections Architecture and Constructionpage 20-21 Statewide Data Occupational Title SOC Code Average Annual Growth Rate Average Annual Openings due to Growth Average Annual Openings due to Replacements 2008 Average Annual Wages Average Annual Openings Total (not on chart) Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2150Not shownas acombinedcategoryhere. Pipelayers47-2151 Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2152

27 2006-2016 Occupation & Industry projections – SUSSEX COUNTY Construction and Extraction Occupations Sussex County Data Occupation al Title SOC Code 2006 Total Employment 2016 Total Employment Annual Growth Annual Openings Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2150Not shown Pipelayers47-2151Not Shown Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-21525335911.04%17

28 Course Approval Process Due Date: November 30, 2011

29 CTE Tools CTE Communicator CTE Media Campaign Perkins Collaborative Resource Network Association for Career and Technical Education

30 Contact Information District CTE Contacts: Dale Derrickson: NCCVT, Polytech, Sussex Technical Rita Hovermale: Appoquinimink, Caesar Rodney, Lake Forest, Smyrna, Positive Outcomes Karen Hutchison:Cape Henlopen, Christina, Milford, Seaford, Woodbridge Lisa Stoner-Torbert:Brandywine, Capital, Colonial, Indian River, Charters (except MOT and Positive Outcomes) Mike Fitzgerald:Red Clay, Delmar, Laurel, MOT Charter Telephone:302.857.3320

31 Thank-You Next Technical Assistance Meeting March 12, 2012


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