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……ARKANSAS CLUSTERIZATION DATA QUALITY INSTITUTE May 18-19, 2007 Savannah, Georgia . John L. Davidson Deputy Director. Arkansas Career and Technical Education State statistics. 2002/3 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7

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John l davidson deputy director

……ARKANSAS CLUSTERIZATION

DATA QUALITY INSTITUTE May 18-19, 2007

Savannah, Georgia

John L. Davidson

Deputy Director


Arkansas Career and Technical Education

State statistics

2002/3 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6 2006/7

Percent or students 69% 73% 75% 74% 76%

(grades 7-12) enrolled in

one or more CTE courses

84% of Last years Seniors took at least 2 units of Career and Technical Education Coursework

Placement of completers 2002/3 2003/4 2004/5 2005/6

Further education 57% 59% 60% 61%

Employed 33% 31% 31% 30%

Military 4% 4% 3% 03%

Unemployed 6% 6% 6% 05%


Step 1 agency reorganization 2002 2003
Step 1AGENCY REORGANIZATION2002-2003

  • Each office in the department was assigned responsibility for the supervision and management of specific cluster and pathways related to traditional program areas.

    Example:

    • Business and Marketing Education

      • Business Management and Administration

      • Finance

      • Hospitality and Tourism

      • Information Technology

      • Marketing, Sales and Service


Step 2All Course sequences, frameworks, and assessments were reviewed and revised based on Career Cluster Pathways


Step 3All Agency Communication was reviewed and Cluster/Pathway terminology is referenced in all communication with school administrators and in all CTE policy documents.

Dear Dr. Johnson:

The hospitality extended to my staff during their recent visit of November 16, 2004, to your school district is greatly appreciated. I would like to thank you and the other staff members for their cooperation and assistance. As a result of our visit, the following comments and recommendations are made:

OCCUPATIONAL AREAS:

Agricultural Science and Technology

Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

Pathway (Program of Study): Power, Structural, and Technical Systems

Plant Systems (Horticulture)

The program serves 149 students with 21 percent being non-traditional. The program had sixteen completers last year and has made plans to strengthen that number. The instructor is fully qualified and has become very active with his professional organization. The facilities are clean and orderly. Safety records are maintained on site. The shop is color-coded and very well organized. The FFA is very active on the local, district and state levels. The program boasts 89% FFA membership.

Recommendations:



Step 4 all schools are annually reviewed through a cluster pathway accreditation process
Step 4All Schools are annually reviewed through aCluster/Pathway Accreditation Process

Springdale School District

District Status Report for 2005-06

ACCREDITATION STANDARDS

The Standards of Accreditation of Public Schools require that each school offer three programs of study in three different occupational areas. Below are the programs offered for 2006-07. If a program is offered at a secondary vocational center, students must be enrolled in the 2006-07 school year.

Springdale High School is offering 21 programs of study in 20 different pathways.

Rating: Meets Standards of Accreditation

Springdale Har-Ber High School is offering 15 programs of study in 14 different pathways.

Rating: Meets Standards of Accreditation


Step 5 agency grants were revised to reflect the cluster pathway system
Step 5Agency Grants were revised to reflect the Cluster/Pathway system

  • YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP GRANT PROJECT OBJECTIVES

  • The desired objective is the establishment of a program of study starting at the

  • beginning of the 11th grade of high school and that is articulated to an adult

  • apprenticeship program and/or a postsecondary certificate/associate degree. All

  • programs must be in compliance with Arkansas Act 1168 of 1977, the Arkansas

  • YA/WBL Act of 1991 and operating definitions/procedures listed on the DWE web

  • page http://dwe.arkansas.gov/CTESCTEProgramPoliciesandProcedures.htm. For

  • this project to succeed the following outcomes are expected:

  • 1. Formation of a consortium composed of secondary and postsecondary

  • institutions and industry partners.

  • 2. Programs must be limited to one of the U.S. Department of Education 16 career clusters and may be limited to a specific occupation if articulated to a U.S. Bureau of Apprenticeship & Training approved adult apprenticeship program.

  • Consortia may operate more than one approved occupational specific program

  • in the same cluster.



Executive Summary: Academic Year 2005-2006


Step 6 cluster accountability system
Step 6Cluster Accountability System

Data from Completers who attend Arkansas Public Postsecondary Education is reviewed annually:

  • Secondary vs. Higher Ed. Pathway enrollment

  • Completers who require remediation

  • Completers who complete less than 12 hrs

  • Completers who complete 30 hours

  • Completers who returned second year


Postsecondary education performance 2004 2005 career and technical education completers
Postsecondary Education Performance2004 & 2005 Career and Technical Education Completers


Vocational skill attainment demonstrated by end of course web based assessment
Vocational Skill AttainmentDemonstrated by end-of-courseweb-based assessment

68%

62%

60%


42% of the Career and Technical Students taking College Prep Curriculum require remediation!

86% of the Career and Technical Students NOT taking College Prep Curriculum require remediation!

Taking the right courses cuts the remediation rate by almost one half for Arkansas Pathway Completers as shown by College follow up!


Step 7 develop college career centers offering concurrent college credit
Step 7 Curriculum require remediation!Develop College Career Centers offering Concurrent College Credit

  • Concurrent College Classes in our 16 college centers are aligned with frameworks based on the Cluster and Pathway organization. This allows opportunities for students to complete 15 to 30 college hours in Associate Degree programs while still in High School. High School students annually earn over 10,000 free college credit hours in addition to their high school graduation credit.


Concurrent credit
CONCURRENT CREDIT Curriculum require remediation!

YearStudentsCredit Hours

2003-04 1,140 10,338

2004-05 2,038 14,561

2005-06 2,517 19,382*

*$1.2 million in savings to students based on individual college tuition rates


STEP 8 Curriculum require remediation!Student Competency Testing Aligned with Cluster/Pathways/Programs of Study Courses to be Tested 2006 -07 School Year

  • Agriculture

  • 491140 Agriculture Science 491150 Agriculture Science and Tech

  • 491180 Animal Science 491300 Leadership and Communication

  • 491190 Aquaculture 491200 Biological Animal Science

  • 491340 Plant Science 491210 Biological Plant Science

  • Technical and Professional Education

  • 494460  Carpentry 494510  Plumbing

  • 494600  Law Enforcement II 494620  Introduction to Criminal Justice

  • 494630  Law Enforcement I 494700  Drafting & Design

  • 494710  Architectural/CADD I 494740  Engineering/CADD I

  • 495300  Human Anatomy & Physiology 495330  Medical Procedures

  • 495340  Introduction to Medical Professions 495550  Gas Metal Arc Welding

  • 495560  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 495570  Metal Fabrication

  • 495580  Shielded Metal Arc Welding

  • Business and Marketing

  • 492150 Desktop Publishing I 492470 Word Processing I

  • 492120 Computerized Business Applications

  • Special Populations

  • 493770  JAG Sr. only 493780  JAG MY I

  • 493790  JAG MY II

  • Family and Consumer Sciences

  • 493080 Family and Consumer Science 493100 Family Dynamics

  • 493110 Food and Nutrition 493120 Food Production, Management & Services


2006-2007 Statewide Assessment Averages Curriculum require remediation!Below are the statewide quarterly averages for the 2006-07 Career and Technical Education (CTE)

  • Student  Competency Tests (SCT).  

  • Course #Course Name%

  • 491140 Ag Science --57 491150 Ag Science & Tech --61

  • 491180 Animal Science—66 491300 Leadership & Com. --71

  • 491190 Aquaculture --69 491200 Biological Animal Science --66

  • 491340 Plant Science --57 491210 Biological Plant Science --55

  • 492470 Word Processing I—79 492150Desktop Pub. I—77

  • 492120CBA --66 493080Fam & Cons. Science --64

  • 493100Family Dynamics --80 493110Food & Nutrition—71

  • 493120Food Prod, Mgt & Ser --64 494460Carpentry --43

  • 494510Plumbing --34 494600Law Enforcement II --74

  • 494620Into. To Criminal Jus.—67 494630Law Enforcement I-- 62

  • 494700Drafting and Design --65 494710Arch./CADD I --54 494740Engineering/CADD I --67 495300Human Anat. & Phys. --58 495330Medical Procedures—64 495340Intro. Medical Professsions—66 495550Gas Metal Arc Welding-- 54 495560Gas Tungsten Arc Welding—62 495570Metal Fabrication --48 495580Shielded Metal Arc Weld. --60 493770JAG Sr. Only—72 493780JAG MY I—77

  • 493790JAG MY II--90  


VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL SKILLS ATTAINMENT SCHOOL ASSESSMENT DETAIL

number testedSchool AverageState Average

Springdale Har-Ber High School 107 69%

Agriculture Education 40 63% 68%

Animal Sciences 13 68% 69%

Agriculture Science 27 57% 68%

Business & Marketing Education 11 73% 71%

Computerized Accounting I 11 73% 62%

Family & Consumer Sciences 56 71% 70%

Food & Nutrition 45 76% 73%

Family & Consumer Sciences 11 67% 67%

Springdale High School 348 75%

Agriculture Education 71 71% 68%

Animal Sciences 46 73% 69%

Agriculture Science 25 70% 68%

Business & Marketing Education 54 65% 71%

Computerized Accounting I 30 63% 62%

Computerized Accounting II 9 50% 52%

Desktop Publishing II 15 81% 74%

Family & Consumer Sciences 113 76% 70%

Food & Nutrition 79 71% 73%

Food Production, Mgmt & Services 9 68% 68%

Family & Consumer Sciences 25 88% 67%

Technical & Professional 33 66% 60%

Law Enforcement Fundamentals II 13 67% 60%

Criminal Law 8 64% 54%

Introduction to Criminal Justice 12 68% 66%

Work-Based Learning & Support 77 90% 79%


Step 9 utilize a reserve fund to promote cluster pathways not yet developed
Step 9 DETAILUtilize A reserve fund to promote Cluster/Pathways not yet developed!

DURING THE TRANSITION YEAR A SECONDARY RESERVE FUND OF $600, 000 or 6% HAS BEEN PLANNED FOR COMPETITIVE GRANTS AVAILABLE TO SECONDARY SCHOOLS OR CONSORTIUMS TO DEVELOP NEW PATHWAY/PROGRAMS OF STUDY THAT ARE HIGH WAGE AND DEMAND AND NOT YET OFFERED IN OUR STATE.


Contact information
Contact: information DETAIL

  • John L. Davidson

  • Deputy Director, Career & Technical Ed.

  • Arkansas Department of Workforce Ed.

  • [email protected]

  • Web site:   http://dwe.arkansas.gov/


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