Education and Economics FASA presentation July 28, 2009. Where Education Meets Experience. Education and Economics. Session Goals Philosophy and make up of school Work base learning training Academic curriculum and support Stakeholder involvement, why and how Suggested Do’s
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Where Education Meets Experience
Who does MTI attract?
The “Neglected Majority” of Students
• Capable, but not achieving at high levels
• “Applied” (or contextual) learners
• The future technicians in our workforce
HS diploma is a by- product of a Career education.
Post-secondary articulations in a seamless model.
Nationally recognized industry certifications – Business drives the standard and expectation for proficiency.
Work based-learning curriculum offering opportunities to learn through internships, school-based enterprises, corporate training, and job shadowing.
Skills Training including:
Task Force Chair
School Visits & Parent Nights
Instructor Selection, Curriculum Review,
Guest Speaking, Company Tours, College
Credit/Articulations, Banner Center Liaison
Internships, Career Coaches, Shadowing
Marketing Materials Development
Brochures, TV & Radio Ads, Billboards,
Financial Support & Grant Opportunities
students in decision making
student, parent, and business/community relationships!
* Industry certifications
* Positive attitude, work ethic, and soft skills
*Training Related Internships
*College Admission/Scholarships/Articulated Credits