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education and economics
Education and Economics
  • Session Goals
    • Philosophy and make up of school
    • Work base learning training
    • Academic curriculum and support
    • Stakeholder involvement, why and how
    • Suggested Do’s
    • Suggested Don’ts
    • Questions and answers
essential question
Essential Question
  • Is there a way to design a school that engages students, educators, and the business community that will produce learning outcomes as never before seen?





what mti is not
What MTI is not…
  • This is not your father’s vocational education
  • Dropout recovery program
  • School that works in isolation

Who does MTI attract?

The “Neglected Majority” of Students




• Capable, but not achieving at high levels

• “Applied” (or contextual) learners

• The future technicians in our workforce

core philosophy
HS diploma is a by- product of a Career education.

Post-secondary articulations in a seamless model.

Nationally recognized industry certifications – Business drives the standard and expectation for proficiency.

Work based-learning curriculum offering opportunities to learn through internships, school-based enterprises, corporate training, and job shadowing.

Core Philosophy
philosophy continued
Philosophy continued
  • Career Academies based on local high-demand occupations.
  • Embrace the 3 R’s - Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships
  • Version oriented. Expectation of change and need for flexibility.
about mti
About MTI
  • School of Choice
  • Target Middle Majority
  • 7 Career Academies
  • Recruit Students from 7 Area High Schools
  • 11th and 12th Grades
  • No District Transportation
  • School Uniform
  • Application Process
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Extra-curricular activities
work based learning curriculum employment preparation
Work-Based Learning Curriculum: Employment Preparation

Extensive Employability

Skills Training including:

  • Employment Portfolios (Resume, Cover Letter, Application, References, and more)
  • Campus One Stop/Partner Participation
  • Mock Interviews
  • Corporate Soft Skills Training (monthly on half days)
  • Academy and Academic Teacher Recommendations
work based learning curriculum internships
Work-Based Learning Curriculum: Internships
  • Career Expo
  • Paid, Training-Related Internships
  • Internship Coordinator = Business Liaison
  • Employer/Partner Appreciation Banquet
  • Job Shadowing Opportunities
    • Ground Hog, Senior, Coach, Curriculum Support Shadowing
work based learning curriculum career coaching
Work-Based Learning Curriculum: Career Coaching
  • Career Coach Curriculum=Career Mentor
  • One Hour Per Week
  • On Campus
  • Academy/Career Matching
  • Coach Appreciation Banquet
challenging academic curriculum
Challenging Academic Curriculum
  • Learning academics in the context of real world applications:
    • Career Academy and Dual Enrollment
    • CORR-Quadrant D
    • Interdisciplinary Projects
    • Marion Virtual (FLVS curr.)
    • Field Trips, Tours, Demonstrations, Speakers
    • Junior Achievement®
    • CTSO’s: FBLA®, SkillsUSA®
    • Leadership, Service Learning, Capstone Project
academic supports
Academic Supports
  • 212 Degree Motto
  • Lunch Bunch (Zero’s Not an Option)
  • Focus


  • Tutoring
  • Mentors/


  • Campus Testing Center Certiport® and VUE®
industry stakeholder involvement why
Industry Stakeholder Involvement – Why?
  • Fluctuating Demands
    • Varying Unemployment
  • Future Demands
    • Demographics – Increasingly Retirement Eligible
  • Lack of Qualified Workforce
    • Cost
    • Time
    • Resulting Turnover
  • Graduates Lack Strong Work Ethics
industry stakeholder involvement how
Industry Stakeholder Involvement – How?
  • Task Force

Task Force Chair

Academy Chairs

  • Recruiting Students

School Visits & Parent Nights

  • Curriculum Development

Instructor Selection, Curriculum Review,

Guest Speaking, Company Tours, College

Credit/Articulations, Banner Center Liaison

  • Student Development

Internships, Career Coaches, Shadowing

  • Resources

Marketing Materials Development

Brochures, TV & Radio Ads, Billboards,

Financial Support & Grant Opportunities

suggested do s
Suggested Do’s
  • Establish school board, business, and college relationships.
  • Have an application process and dress code
  • Random drug testing
  • Employability skills training
  • Partner with Workforce Board/One-Stop
  • Personalize and Build Relationships
  • Direct marketing
  • Establish “Career Coaches” for all students
  • Allow time for evolution
  • Have a grant writer
  • Utilize surveys to involve

students in decision making

  • Celebrate Successes
suggested don ts
Suggested Don’ts
  • Lower Your Standards
  • Offer Academy Training That Is Not In Demand
  • Advertise As A Vocational High School
  • Send Unqualified Students Into The Workplace
  • Forget To Support Struggling Learners
  • Forget to involve students and build

student, parent, and business/community relationships!

  • Forget to encourage and support CTSO’s
  • Use “Manufacturing” In Academy Name
what is the measure of success
What is the Measure of Success?
  • Trained Workforce

* Industry certifications

* Positive attitude, work ethic, and soft skills

  • Student Performance Improvement

*Industry Certifications

*Training Related Internships

*GPA performance



*College Admission/Scholarships/Articulated Credits

  • Interns Receive Jobs Upon Graduation
  • Post-Secondary Articulations/Scholarships
  • Concept Replication & Recognition
  • Waiting list to get into MTI
questions and answers
Questions and Answers