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Students with Disabilities in CTE programs Cecil County, Md. New Mexico Transition workshop November 12, 2009. Cecil County Public Schools. Student Population: 16,235 2,153 Students with Disabilities Students enrolled in a CTE program 2,250

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Students with Disabilities in CTE programs

Cecil County, Md.

New Mexico Transition workshop

November 12, 2009

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Cecil County Public Schools

  • Student Population: 16,235
  • 2,153 Students with Disabilities
  • Students enrolled in a CTE program 2,250
  • Students with a disability enrolled in a CTE
  • program???
a definition of comprehensive
A Definition of Comprehensive
  • Cecil Technical High School will be a comprehensive CTE High School offering a full range of academic and technical classes.
  • It will be designed to serve the needs of Cecil County students who wish to pursue careers in highly technical areas that require industry certification. The course of study will be made up of both college preparatory course work and technical course work.
  • Students graduating from Cecil Technical High School will be prepared to continue their studies at the college level or continue their technical training at the community college or technical school or may move directly into the world of work relying on their industry certification as proof of preparedness.
cecil technical high school
Cecil Technical High School
  • CTE Programs:
    • Allied Health Professions
    • Automotive Technology
    • Biomedical Science (PLTW)
    • Carpentry Trades
    • Cosmetology
    • Culinary Arts, ACF
    • Electrical Trades
    • Engineering (PLTW)
    • Fire Science/EMS
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Cecil Technical High School
  • CTE Programs:
    • Fire Science/EMS
    • Heavy Industrial Maintenance
    • Multimedia & Broadcasting
    • Natural Resources, CPH
    • Plumbing/HVAC
    • STEM
    • Welding & Metals Technology
why a comprehensive school of technology
Why a Comprehensive School of Technology?
  • Provide students with a full range of programs and certifications in CTE
  • Student access to state of the art labs and resources in the area of CTE
  • Work force demands will be better met through a comprehensive technical high school setting
  • Content of core subject areas will have more relevance to students since they will be applying this content in CTE programs.
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Why a Comprehensive School of Technology?
  • Rigorous course offerings available in several areas
  • Resolve current enrollment issues within our existing high schools
  • No loss of instruction due to travel from and to home schools.
  • There are currently students on waiting lists for many CTE programs at CCST.
career opportunities at cecil county technical high school
Career Opportunities at Cecil County Technical High School
  • Special education students make up approximately 20% of enrollment at the School of Technology.
  • Special education students complete state certification requirements at the same success rate as non-special education students.
  • Special education students receive support, as needed, to progress and succeed in the general education program.
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July 2009 – FACS and Special Education teachers collaborated to write Becoming a Foodservice Professional/ProStart curriculum which included a modified version including modified assessments for Special Needs students.

August 2009 – Work-based learning and Special Education teachers collaborated to write Career Research & Development curriculum which included a modified version including modified assessments for Special Needs students.

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Career Opportunities at the School of Technology for Students Following Alternative Assessments

SHADOWING/INTERNSHIPS HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGYCARPENTRYCULINARY ARTSNATURAL RESOURCESFIRE SCIENCE/EMS

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Standards Developed for Shadowing/ Internship Opportunitiesfor Alternate Outcomes Students in Automotive Technology
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Standards Developed for Shadowing/Internship Opportunities for Alternate Outcomes Students in Carpentry
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Standards Developed for Shadowing/Internship Opportunitiesfor Alternate Outcomes Students in Culinary Arts
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Standards Developed for Shadowing/Internship Opportunities for Alternate Outcomes Students in Natural Resources
continue with the etse dropout prevention model
Continue with the ETSE dropout prevention model
  • The Exploratory Trade Skill Experience program will continue to be offered at CTHS. Students will be transported to and from their home school.
  • Targeted middle school students could also participate in the ETSE program on a limited basis.
special education transion planning
SPECIAL EDUCATION TRANSION PLANNING

The ITO program enables us to meet the Indicator 13 requirements for MSDE/IDEA compliance

Employment: Students learn Employment readiness skills including safety protocols in the work setting and competencies related to specific job skills

Self-Advocacy/Independent Living: Students learn to interact in an Employment setting and learn appropriate ways of communicating with supervisors/ and job peers

Aligned with DDA’s Employment-First initiative

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