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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Cecil County, Md.
New Mexico Transition workshop
November 12, 2009
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.
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
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