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Tech Prep: A Schematic. Paper presented at the NTPN 2004 CONFERENCE MINNEAPOLIS OCTOBER 13-16 By Dr. Fidelis Njide Ubadigbo. Tech Prep Act. Section 201-208 Section 201: Title-Tech Prep Education Act Section 202: Definitions:

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Tech Prep: A Schematic

Paper presented at the

NTPN 2004 CONFERENCE MINNEAPOLIS OCTOBER 13-16

By Dr. Fidelis Njide Ubadigbo


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Tech Prep Act

  • Section 201-208

  • Section 201: Title-Tech Prep Education Act

  • Section 202: Definitions:

    • 202(2)(A) Community College: An institution of higher education as defined in section 101 of the Higher Education Act of 1965

    • 202(2)(B): Includes Tribally Controlled Colleges or Universities


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Recipient

  • Funds are allotted to states on the same basis as the basic state grant

  • Institutions of higher education that award 4-year baccalaureate degrees and employer and labor organizations are not eligible to participate as members of consortia


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ELIGIBILITY

Consortia of:

  • LEAs, IEA, AVS, BIA-funded secondary schools

  • Nonprofit institutions of higher education meeting HEA Sec. 481(a)

  • Proprietary institutions of higher education offering a 2-year associate degree meeting 481(a) and Sec. 343(a)(1) of Stafford DMP


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Tech Prep Overview

  • 1980: 2+2 articulation and collaborative effort of over 30 state agencies in conjunction with CORD and AIT

  • 1984: The Neglected Majority by Dale Parnell defined Tech Prep

  • 1990: Congress included Tech Prep in the Perkins reauthorization to be funded through states’ Tech Prep consortia


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Tech Prep Overview

  • 1991: Dale Parnell and Dan Hull authored Tech Prep/Associate Degree: A Win-Win Experience (applied academics) and a conversion from 2+2 to 4+2 (grades 9 and 10)

  • 1993: Congress amended Perkins to allow Tech Prep spending to begin in 9th grade

  • 1993: Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS)


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Tech Prep Overview

  • 1993: Department of Labor: What Work Requires of Schools:A SCANS Report for America 2000 (3rd set of stds. in critical thinking in addition to academic and skills)

  • 1994 School to Work focus on employer involvement

  • 1998 U.S. Congress reauthorized federal support of Tech Prep through Carl D. Perkins A NEW ERA!!! ACADEMIC, SKILL & EMPLOYABILITY STANDARDS


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202(3)(A): Combines at a minimum 2 years of secondary education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

TECH PREP PROGRAM


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202(3)(B): education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

Integrates academic, and vocational and technical, instruction, and utilizes work-based and worksite learning where appropriate and available

TECH PREP PROGRAM


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202(3)(C): education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

Provides technical preparation in a career field such as engineering technology, applied science, a mechanical, industrial, or practical art or trade, agriculture, health occupation, business, or applied economics

TECH PREP PROGRAM


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202(3)(D): education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

Builds students competence in mathematics, science, reading, writing, communications, economics, and workplace skills through applied, contextual academics, and integrated instruction, in a coherent sequence of courses

TECH PREP PROGRAM


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202(3)(E): education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

Leads to an associate or a baccalaureate degree or a postsecondary certificate in a specified career field

TECH PREP PROGRAM


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202(3)(F): education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

Leads to placement in appropriate employment or to further education

TECH PREP PROGRAM


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202a(3)(A) education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

Combines at a minimum 2years of secondary education with a minimum of 2 years post-secondary education in a non-duplicative sequential course of study.

202a(3)(F) Leads to placement in appropriate employment or to further studies.

202a(3)(E)

Leads to associate or a baccalaureate degree or post-secondary certificate in specified career.

202a(3)(B)

Integrates academic, and vocational and technical instruction and utilize work-based worksite learning.

TECH PREP

PROGRAM

202a(3)(D)

Build student competence in mathematics, sciences, reading, writing, etc.

202a(3)(C)

Provide technical preparation in a career field.

Tech Prep Program in Graphic


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Tech Prep Initiatives education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

  • Cooperated to create work-based learning environments for students to experience careers and add “context” to their class and lab work

  • Successfully explored the structure of career academies to create schools within schools, or magnet schools


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Tech Prep Initiatives education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

  • Articulated course offerings between secondary and postsecondary institutions to eliminate duplication

  • Pioneered efforts to improve student achievement through applied or contextual academics

  • Established standards-based curricula and assessment strategies


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Dr. Fidelis N. Ubadigbo education with a minimum of 2 years of postsecondary education in a non-duplicative, sequential course of study

fidelis.ubadigbo@iowa.gov

(515) 281-3080