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Career Tech & Dual Credit NMPED Data Conference [email protected] 505.827.6535. Career Tech Secondary Performance Measures. 1S1 Academic Attainment Reading/Language Arts 1S2 Academic Attainment – Mathematics 2S1 Technical Skill Attainment 3S1 Secondary School Completion 4S1

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Career Tech &

Dual Credit

NMPED Data Conference

[email protected]

505.827.6535

career tech secondary performance measures
Career Tech Secondary Performance Measures
  • 1S1
    • Academic Attainment Reading/Language Arts
  • 1S2
    • Academic Attainment – Mathematics
  • 2S1
    • Technical Skill Attainment
  • 3S1
    • Secondary School Completion
  • 4S1
    • Technical Skill Attainment
  • 5S1
    • Secondary Placement
  • 6S1
    • Nontraditional Participation
  • 6S2
    • Nontraditional Completion
career tech post secondary performance measures
Career Tech Post-Secondary Performance Measures
  • 1P1
    • Technical Skill Attainment
  • 2P1
    • Credential, Certificate, or Degree
  • 3P1
    • Student Retention or Transfer
  • 4P1
    • Student Placement
  • 5P1
    • Nontraditional Participation
  • 5P2
    • Nontraditional Completion
how should secondary schools report career tech data
How Should Secondary Schools Report Career Tech Data
  • STARS Code Set For Career Tech Courses
    • This spreadsheet can be found at:
      • www.careertechforum.com
      • www.nmcareertech.com
    • There are currently 279 Career Technical Identified Course Codes
    • This Sheet Identifies:
      • Course Subject Area
      • Suggested Grade Levels
      • Course Descriptions
      • Non-Traditional Courses
      • 4 Digit Course Codes
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How Should Secondary Schools Report Career Tech Data
  • STARS Templates containing Career Tech Data
    • Course Template
      • Record Course Code using STARS Code set for Career Tech
    • Student Template
      • Field 45 Special Program Code “Y” for a Tech Prep Student
      • 11th and 12th grade students only
    • Student Grade Template
      • A District can send in all grade if pulling for CT only is a problem
      • EOY only
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How Should Secondary Schools Report Career Tech Data
  • Identify Your School’s Career Tech Courses
  • Find The Course Code From The STARS Code Set That Best Fits Your Career Tech Course
  • Additional Information Needed
    • Career Tech Program Of Study
      • Programs of study are a coherent, articulated sequence of rigorous academic and career/technical courses, commencing in the ninth grade and leading to an associate degree, baccalaureate degree and beyond, an industry recognized certificate, and/or licensure.
      • Currently STARS does not collect this articulated sequence. The Career Tech offices will be working closely with the PED IT STARS team in the next couple of years to enable this collection within the STARS system.
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How Should Secondary Schools Report Career Tech Data
  • As a result of this lack of data collection within STARS the Career Tech administration has developed an online tool to track the articulated sequence.
    • Tool Goals
      • Identify articulated sequence for NM Schools Programs Of Study.
      • Connect Grant Managers with STARS Coordinators
      • Provide PED with Programs and the articulated sequence for these programs
      • Foundation of an online Perkins Application
program of study online tools details
Program Of Study Online Tools Details
  • You can find links to the current and upcoming years online template at:
    • www.careertechforum.com
    • www.nmcareertech.com
    • A Power Point Presentation providing detailed instructions can be found at the above links
    • What Information you will need to enter your Program Of Study
      • Program Of Study Names
      • New Mexico and Federal Career Cluster
      • Tech Prep Or Program Of Study or Both
      • The post-secondary affiliated school
      • Courses information offered within the Program Of Study
dual credit
Dual Credit
  • What are the differences in coding a dual credit vs. non-dual credit course?
    • There are two main differences to coding a dual credit course.
    • In the course template use the primary instructor code of 9 7’s (777777777)
    • This will be use in most cases since we estimate that the majority of dual credit courses will be taught by a post-secondary staff member.
    • In the student course enrollment template you will indicate a “D” (Dual) in the field “special program code”.
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Dual Credit
  • What location should I use to indicate a dual credit course?
    • We have had districts tell us that in their local student information system it is easier to create a new location and track their dual credit students from this new location.
    • We are asking that at this time you keep the student in their current location for all courses to include any dual credit.
    • PED is in discussions to add location code for each district to incorporate any dual credit relationships with postsecondary schools. We are in the process of determining and budgetary issue if any that might arise due to a change in location for one or many dual credit students.
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Dual Credit
  • What is the difference between concurrent and dual credit enrollment?
    • Dual credit is a subset of concurrent enrollment.
    • If a student is taking a class outside of their primary location and they are not receiving any credit for this class within their primary location. This is concurrent enrollment.
    • This type of course will be coded the same as the dual credit with one exception.
    • In the student course enrollment template you will indicate a “C” (Concurrent) in the field “special program code”.
additional dual credit information
Additional Dual Credit Information
  • Dual Credit Web Site (HED)
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Career Tech &

Dual Credit

NMPED Data Conference

[email protected]

505.827.6535

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