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1 Career and Technical Education Carl D Perkins Act of 2006

2 Carl D Perkins Act 2006 Goals 1. Designing & Implementing Programs of Study 2. Effectively Utilize Employer, Community, and Education Partnerships 3. Improve Service to Special Populations 4. Provide a Continuum of Service Provisions for Enabling Student Transitions 5. Sustain the Consortium of Secondary and Postsecondary Institutions

3 Goal 1: Designing & Implementing Programs of Study Programs of Study in all areas where applicable Involvement of teachers, faculty, counselors, administration Professional Development Inclusion of Adult Learners (FastTrack Program) Opportunities for Early College Credit Improvement of Academic and Technical Skills of CTE learners Assessment of the Programs using valid and reliable assessments All Aspects of the Industry

4 Goal 2: Effectively Utilize Employer, Community, and Education Partnerships All Aspects of the Industry through Work-Based Learning Opportunities Program Advisory Committees identifying High Skill, High Wage, and High Demand Occupations Collaboration with other government or non-profit agencies Advisory Committees provide continuous improvement with joint secondary and postsecondary involvement Transition opportunities for high school and adult students

5 Goal 3: Improve Service to Special Populations Access to Programs of Study that are Nontraditional by gender Strategies and outcomes to overcome barriers for special populations High Skill, High Wage, and High Demand Occupations that lead to self-sufficiency Connect local, regional, and state-wide initiatives that support special populations Non-discrimination policy Consistent expectations for all learners

6 Perkins Special Populations Individuals with Disabilities Economically Disadvantaged Single Parents Displaced Homemakers Limited English Proficiency Migrant

7 Goal 4: Provide a Continuum of Service Provisions for Enabling Student Transitions Flexibility in scheduling Flexibility in formats Student services Brokering services Implement early college credit opportunities Transition adult learners into the workforce Enrollment, retention, and completion for military veterans, underemployed, and unemployed adults

8 Goal 5: Sustain the Consortium of Secondary and Postsecondary Institutions Self-assessment of consortium systems and operations including fiscal and administration Shared responsibility for collaboration and accountability Collaboration between the consortium and stakeholders Use of data for evaluation of student success and continuous improvement Collaborative budget development Promotion of consortium CTE vision A structure for Decision-Making

9 Secondary CTE Program Approval Minnesota Rules 3505 All CTE programs MUST have a program approval on file with MDE (second document) e/Career_Technical_Education/Forms_Resources/index. html e/Career_Technical_Education/Forms_Resources/index. html 5 year cycle (Due 12/1) 2011-12 West Metro* 2012-13 Northern MN 2013-14 Central MN & East Metro 2014-15 Southwest MN 2015-16 Southeast MN

10 Postsecondary Program Approval All Programs are approved at the Office of the Chancellor for all academic and CTE courses

11 Secondary CTE Licensure Minnesota Rules 3505 All CTE teachers utilizing Federal (Perkins) and Local Levy Dollars MUST hold a valid CTE license nce/Career_Technical_Education/Forms_Resources/in dex.html (Table C - Table of Programs and Licenses) nce/Career_Technical_Education/Forms_Resources/in dex.html Common Course Catalogue (new for FY11) C/index.html C/index.html

12 College Faculty Credentialing Policy 3.32/Procedure 3.32.1 procedure/332p1.html Career, technical and professional credential fields minimum qualifications -- Educational requirement Teaching and learning competency Occupational experience State and/or national industry licensure and certification Program accreditation requirement

13 Data (CTE Required under Perkins IV) Secondary collects data electronically for 6 indicators and 4 sub indicators: 1S1 Academic Attainment Reading (MCA10-GRAD) 1S2 Academic Attainment Mathematics (MCA11-GRAD) 2S1 Technical Skill Attainment (FY10 end of Proxy measure, beginning of TSA Reporting) 3S1 Completion 4S1 NCLB Graduation 5S1 Placement and Retention (MOHE Match) 6S1 Participation of Nontraditional Students 6S2 Completion of Nontraditional Students

14 Data (CTE Required under Perkins IV) Postsecondary collects data on the statewide BRIO/ISRS system for 5 indicators and 1 sub indicator: 1P1 Technical Skill Attainment 2P1 Credential, Certification, or Degree 3P1 Student Retention or Transfer 4P1 Student Placement 5P1 Nontraditional Participation 5S2 Nontraditional Completion

15 Postsecondary Cohort Model Minnesota is one of a handful of states to use a cohort model. The use of cohorts aligns with other system initiatives and reporting. For example, the FY2005-2007 cohort includes students entering in FY2005 and tracked for three years: 2005, 2006, and 2007.

16 CTE Levy The CTE Levy is a permissive levy that does not require a public vote. This levy is a set amount depending on the population and expenditures within the program of the enrollment district and is approved by the local school board. The Levy can only be used for approved CTE programs where there is an appropriately licensed CTE teacher.

17 PROGRAMS OF STUDY NEW FOR PERKINS IV The focus is on new and innovative programs with career ready skills for all students in high wage, high demand, high skilled occupations.


19 Programs of Study Career Clusters (16) Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Architecture and Construction Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications Business, Management, and Administration Education and Training Finance Government and Public Administration Health Science Hospitality and Tourism Human Services Information Technology Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Safety Manufacturing Marketing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

20 Programs of Study Career Fields (6) Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Arts, Communication & Information Systems Engineering, Manufacturing & Technology Health Science Technology Human Services Business, Management, & Administration Career Pathways (79)

21 A Closer Look at a Cluster Health Science Career Cluster Cluste r Pathwa y Specialt y Program of Study Mid/HS Gr 8-10 HS Gr 9-12 College Gr 11-16 & beyond Specialt y College Gr 11-16 & beyond


23 Web Address for the National Career Cluster Project: http://www.careertech.org

24 (2S1/1P1) Technical Skill Attainment Required under Perkins IV FY10 Career Pathways (TSA FY 11) Accounting Law Enforcement Systems Network Systems Plant Systems Therapeutic Services (Health)

25 (2S1/1P1) Technical Skill Attainment FY11 Career Pathways (TSA FY 12) Animal Systems Diagnostic Services (Health) Early Childhood Development & Services and Teaching/Training (Birth – Grade 3) (2) Engineering & Technology Facility & Mobile Equipment Maintenance Marketing Management AND Merchandising AND Professional Sales (3) Visual Arts AND Printing Technology (2) Foundation Knowledge & Skills

26 (2S1/1P1) Technical Skill Attainment FY12 Career Pathways (TSA FY 13) Administrative Support Construction Emergency & Fire Management Services AND National Security (2) Environmental Services Systems AND Natural Resources Systems (2) Health Informatics Personal Care Services Production AND Manufacturing Production Process Development (2) Restaurants & Food/ Beverage Services Teaching/ Training (K-12) Web & Digital Communications

27 (2S1/1P1) Technical Skill Attainment FY13 Career Pathways (TSA FY 14) Agribusiness Systems Audio/Video Technology and Film AND Performing Arts AND Journalism & Broadcasting (3) Banking Services AND Business Finance AND Securities & Investment AND Insurance (4) Biotechnology Research & Development AND Health Support Services (2) Consumer Services Correction Services AND Security & Protective Services (2) Design/ Pre-construction

28 (2S1/1P1) Technical Skill Attainment FY13 Career Pathways Continued General Management AND Human Resources Management AND Operations Management AND Business Information Management (4) Information Support & Services Maintenance, Installation, and Repair Power, Structural, & Technical Systems Public Management & Administrative Planning AND Revenue & Taxation (2) Quality Assurance Health AND Safety & Environmental Assurance (2) Transportation Operations AND Sales & Services (2)

29 (2S1/1P1) Technical Skill Attainment FY14 Career Pathways (TSA FY 15) Education Administration & Administrative Support AND Professional Support Services (2) Family & Consumer Services AND Counseling & Mental Health Services (2) Food Products & Processing Systems Foreign Service AND Governance AND Regulation (3) Legal Services Lodging, Travel, & Tourism AND Recreation, Amusement and Attractions (2)

30 (2S1/1P1) Technical Skill Attainment FY14 Career Pathways Continued Logistics Planning & Management Services AND Transportation Systems, Infrastructure AND Warehousing & Distribution Center Operations AND Health Safety & Environmental Management (4) Maintenance/Operations Marketing Communications AND Marketing Research (2) Programming & Software Development Telecommunications

31 Web Sites MDE: /Career_Technical_Education/Forms_Resources/index. html MnSCU National Professional Association Web Sites

32 ??? Questions ??? Susan Carter Senior Research Associate Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Office of the Chancellor 30 Seventh Street, Suite 350 St Paul MN 55101-7804 651 201-1859 Marlys J. Bucher, Ph.D. Secondary Perkins Coordinator CTE Assessment and Evaluation Specialist Minnesota Department of Education 1500 Highway 36 West Roseville MN 55113-4266 651 582-8315

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