Postsecondary Career Education Options for Students with Disabilities
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Postsecondary Career Education Options for Students with Disabilities. TABE All students that are enrolling in a PSAV program of 450 hours or longer must take the TABE. Students with documented disabilities may be exempt from part or all of the basic skills requirements. TABE Exemptions

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Postsecondary career education options for students with disabilities

Postsecondary Career Education Options for Students with Disabilities


Postsecondary career education options for students with disabilities

TABE

All students that are enrolling in a PSAV program of 450 hours or longer must take the TABE. Students with documented disabilities may be exempt from part or all of the basic skills requirements.


Postsecondary career education options for students with disabilities

  • TABE

  • Exemptions

  • A.A.S. degree or higher

  • Met cut scores on ACT or SAT

  • May be exempt from all or part of the test based on disability

  • http://info.fldoe.org/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-4155/basic-skill-tap-att1.pdf


Postsecondary career education options for students with disabilities

Dual Enrollment

Students may dual enroll in PSAV programs while still in high school. This enrollment may be at technical centers or State colleges. Rules vary amongst LEAs.


Postsecondary career education options for students with disabilities

Shared-enrollment

A secondary student may wish to take secondary credit coursework at the local Technical Center.


Postsecondary career education options for students with disabilities

Co-Enrollment

A secondary student recovering credits at adult high school.

This is the last school year for Co-enrollment (2011-12).


Postsecondary career education options for students with disabilities

Jane Silveria

Florida Department of Education

Division of Career and Adult Education

Bureau of Standards, Benchmarks and Frameworks

Career and Technical Education Programs

325 West Gaines Street

Room 714

Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400

850-245-9022

850-945-9019 FAX

[email protected]


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