NEW HAMPSHIRE  SECONDARY  CAREER and  TECHNICAL EDUCATION

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1. NEW HAMPSHIRE SECONDARY CAREER and TECHNICAL EDUCATION

2. What is Career & Technical Education (CTE)? A sequence of courses that leads to further education and careers and Learning includes applied, competency based methods and Takes place at secondary and postsecondary levels

3. Changes Introduced by Congress Perkins III Academic attainment High School (Reform) Redesign States are accountable for the performance of CTE students and graduates: Set baselines and annual performance goals Hold states to these accountabilities with incentives and sanctions

4. What are State Accountabilities? Are students gaining academic and career technical skills? What are completion rates in high school and college? What happens after high school: postsecondary, work, and/or military? Are students enrolling in and completing nontraditional programs?

5. What Has Been Implemented Accountabilities have been specified; Baselines and annual goals established; Reporting and evaluation systems are in place; Performance measured against new goals

6. Perkins IV Need to: Establish incentives and sanctions at the local level; Align CTE with reforms of “No Child Left Behind”- Academic Attainment State Plan

7. How is CTE delivered? Programs at centers (approved & funded) and high schools (unfunded) Career Clusters & Pathways Tech Prep Apprenticeship Other institutional involvement Only programs approved by the DOE receive funding-Only programs approved by the DOE receive funding-

8. CTE Centers 28 Centers (26 NH : 2 VT) 3 Satellite locations ( Agriculture programs only) 19 Regions 316 opportunities for students to enroll in 54 CTE programs Project Lead The Way at HS’sProject Lead The Way at HS’s

10. What are Career Clusters? Career Cluster are groupings of occupations based on commonalities Divided into pathways that share common knowledge & skills These groupings are used as an organizational tool for curriculum design and provide: A seamless education system that: Blends rigorous academic/technical preparation Provides career planning Offers options for students to experience all aspects of an industry Facilities / assists students with transitions Pathways: Finance: Financial & Investment Planning: 4 pathways Marketing Sales and Services: 7 pathways; Health Science: 5 pathways Manufacturing: 6 pathwaysPathways: Finance: Financial & Investment Planning: 4 pathways Marketing Sales and Services: 7 pathways; Health Science: 5 pathways Manufacturing: 6 pathways

11. 16 Career Clusters

12. Tech Prep 2 + 2 Through written articulation agreements Common core of proficiencies in a sequence of courses leading to a career Leads to an associate degree, a certificate in a specific field, or nationally recognized apprenticeship certificate PERKINS 4 REAUTHORIZATION MAY PERKINS 4 REAUTHORIZATION MAY

13. The New Curriculum Framework for Tech Prep Education Grades 15-16 And 13-14 Grades 11-12 Grades 9-10 Technical Specialty Advanced technical skills Advanced academics Worksite experience Technical Core Technical skills within cluster Challenging academics Work-based learning Foundation Academics in context Career experience Basic work skills

14. APPRENTICESHIP 2004 WORKER Fulltime employment while learning a trade Planned training with professional guidance Increasing wages & benefits Skills & increased opportunities Nationally accepted certificate of completion EMPLOYER Workers trained to industry standards Reduced turnover Increased productivity through highly trained workforce Another reason for customers to purchase services or product Reference: Cooperative Apprenticeships, Jeffrey Cantor, 1997 Pg 2. “Apprenticeship is training in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge, as well as maturity and independence of judgment. It involves planned, day-by-day training on the job, and experience under proper supervision, combined with related technical instruction.” Students must be 16 or older “Reference: Cooperative Apprenticeships, Jeffrey Cantor, 1997 Pg 2. “Apprenticeship is training in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge, as well as maturity and independence of judgment. It involves planned, day-by-day training on the job, and experience under proper supervision, combined with related technical instruction.” Students must be 16 or older “

15. APPRENTICESHIP / 2004 U.S. 37,000 program sponsors 440,000 apprentices N.H. 578 program sponsors 2100 apprentices

16. Career & Technical Education students C

17. Career Outlook 65% of all jobs are skilled occupations

18. Career Outlook Career outlook Largest, fastest-growing part of American economy is the technical workforce. Occupational skills are in demand and well paid.

19. Who takes CTE Courses? 96% of all high school students take a course 20% of all high school credits are in CTE 44% take three or more Career and Technical Education classes

20. Results after High School 60% taking integrated CTE and academics go to college 37% concentrating in CTE go to college 60% become full-time employees By contrast, 72% of academic concentrators go to college.

21. What do students need to succeed? Academic Skills Technical Skills Work Place Employability Skills

22. What are Employability Skills? Communications Team working Leadership Goal setting Resource management Using technology Personal responsibility Higher-order thinking

23. A Partnership for Student Success

24. Student organizations are integral to instruction Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO’s) Unique in public education Co-curricular activities and experiences for students (classroom connection) CTE teaches employability skills Strengthen CTE instruction overall

25. National CTSO’S There is a CTSO for every discipline Included in federal legislation Endorsed by the National Association of Secondary School Principals Recognized by the U.S. Department of Education Supported by state directors of CTE and Supported by state departments of education

26. Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL)

27. Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

28. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

29. Who are they? DECA—An Association of Marketing Students

30. Who are they? National FFA Organization

31. SkillsUSA–VICA

32. Technology Student Association (TSA)

33. Business Professionals of America (BPA) Not recognized in NHNot recognized in NH

34. Student Success There are 13 million students in high school Each one wants to be successful at work and in life CTE and CTSOs are dedicated to helping each student reach that goal

35. National CTSO Links DECA (www.deca.org) Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (www.fbla-pbl.org) National FFA Organization (www.ffa.org) Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (www.fcclainc.org) Health Occupations Students of America (www.hosa.org) SkillsUSA-VICA (www.skillsusa.org) Technology Student Association (www.tsaweb.org) Business Professionals of America (www.bpa.org)

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