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Staff and Curriculum Development Network June 2, 2011. Background & Purpose. State Contract Increases the capacity of NYSED to serve, support, and expand CTE across the state BOCES LEAs Highest Needs are Highest Priority All services will be mutually agreed upon

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Staff and Curriculum

Development Network

June 2, 2011

background purpose
Background & Purpose

State Contract

  • Increases the capacity of NYSED to serve, support, and expand CTE across the state
    • BOCES
    • LEAs
    • Highest Needs are Highest Priority
  • All services will be mutually agreed upon

-- Eric Suhr, NYSED CTE State Director

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Background & Purpose

State Contract

  • Federally Funded (Carl Perkins)
  • Targeted funds for state support
  • 3 years – began in January 2011
  • 2 year contract extension possible with successful performance and available funding
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Background & Purpose

Contractor: Successful Practices Network

Patrick Carrese, CEO

  • Not-for-profit membership organization organized in 2003 by Bill and Bonnie Daggett
  • National Professional Learning Community designed to share data, experiences, technical assistance, research, and successful practices focused on rigor, relevance and relationships for allstudents.
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Contractor: Successful Practices Network

Notable Work

  • Schools, school districts, regional providers and individual educators in 41 states are members of SPN
  • Gates Foundation: Five-year initiative with 10 SEAs and 75 high schools to identify, analyze, enrich, and disseminate the nation’s most successful school wide practices and policies for achieving a rigorous and relevant curriculum for all students, with a particular focus on classroom instruction and effective learning
  • Comprehensive Initiatives in Florida, Texas, Michigan, Hawaii, Iowa and Nevada to share research-based best practices and provide technical assistance
  • Researched-based student, faculty, leadership and community surveys that measure rigor, relevance, relationships and key indicators of school leadership
  • Interactive Web site featuring webinars, podcasts, online professional development courses, high rigorous and relevant lessons plans and case studies of successful schools and CTE programs
cte technical assistance staffing
CTE Technical Assistance Staffing
  • Director Dr. Edward Shafer
  • Assistant Director Tim Ott
  • 4 Center Specialists
    • Dr. Constance Spohn
    • Dale Eggebraaten
    • Jerry Pedinotti
    • Stephen Russell
  • 5 Regional Staff
    • 1.5 FTE (NYC) – Marsha Iverson and Ted Gershon
    • .5 FTE (LI ) – Ellen Palazzo
    • 1 FTE (Southern tier , Yonkers) -- Keith E. Babuszczak
    • 1 FTE (Western) – Charlie Crumb
    • 1 FTE (Central) -- Carol Ann Zygo
work plan
Work Plan
  • Improve CTE data collection to create an accurate picture of career and technical education program performance
  • Assist schools in the integration of the new national common core academic standards with CTE.
  • Expand CTE program approvals.
  • Use best practices in CTE for high school improvement.
  • Expand CTE programs and student leadership participation
  • Build relationships and networks to strengthen CTE.
1 improve cte data collection
1. Improve CTE Data Collection
  • Collaboration

- Regional Information Centers (RIC),

- SED,

- Large city Directors of Technology

  • Establish calendar for LEA data collection and reporting of CTE
  • Conduct webinars informing staff on CTE data requirements and to increase participation in data collection.
  • Website - answer questions and provide online forms for convenient CTE data collection
  • Improve CTE data collection on New York City schools.
  • Assist SED staff with on-site grant monitoring and implementation of SED initiatives
2 integrate common core state standards with cte
2. Integrate Common Core State Standards with CTE
  • Complete a curriculum matrix crosswalk;

- CTE program areas and the Common Core State Standards

- ELA and Math

  • Website to provide curriculum matrix data and core academic standards related to each program area available to every CTE teacher in NYS.
  • Conduct webinars on the CTE curriculum matrix by CTE subject area.
  • Conduct professional development

- CTE curriculum matrix

- CTE in implementing Common Core Standards.

3 expand cte program approvals
3. Expand CTE program approvals.
  • Identify targeted schools and districts undersubscribed in approved CTE programs.
  • Site visits to identify districts and explore potential for program approvals.
  • Work with NYC DOE to assess potential for increasing CTE program approvals.
  • Develop model applications that can be used with program approvals.
  • Develop enhanced website component to support schools seeking CTE program approval and selection of certification tests
4 use best practices in cte for high school improvement
4. Use best practices in CTE for High school Improvement.
  • Best practices in CTE aligned to SED’s school accountability model

- support the school improvement initiatives

- persistently low performing high schools.

  • Develop self-paced professional development tutorials
  • Face-to-face and online professional development to support CTE teachers in persistently low performing high schools.
  • Evaluations of Perkins Act fund recipients

- determine the effectiveness of the funding

- impact on student achievement.

  • Assist SED with research and data needs on CTE-related topics
5 expand cte programs and student leadership participation
5. Expand CTE programs and Student Leadership participation
  • Establish communication systems and websites to promote CTE and support student leadership organizations.
  • Professional development on student leadership for persistently low performing high schools to create and/or expand student leadership chapter formation and participation.
  • Seek business partners to support student leadership organizations and foundations to support and expand student leadership NYS.
  • Identify and disseminate model CTE programs and best practices.
6 build relationships and networks to strengthen cte
6. Build Relationships and Networks to Strengthen CTE

Engage With:

  • Leadership of administrator and teacher professional organizations
  • Leadership of career and professional organizations in business and industry
  • Institutions of higher education and business/industry associations
  • Directors of CTE in the Big 5 Cities
  • CTE Leaders in the BOCES and LEAs
  • Leaders of regional technical assistance centers
  • District Superintendents
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Our Contact Information

Dr. Edward Shafer, Director

  • 315-269-7095
  • Ed@SPNET.us

Tim Ott, Assistant Director

  • 518-723-2138
  • tim@SPNet.US

Ted Gershon , 518-860-0578, Ted@SPNet.us (NYC)

Marsha Iverson, 516-606-7016, Marsha@SPNet.us (NYC)

Ellen Palazzo , 516-313-4894, Ellen@SPNet.us (Long Island)

Charlie Crumb, 518-860-2381 charlie@spnet.us (Western)

Carol Zygo carol@spnet.us (Central/East) July 1, 2011

Keith Bubuszczakkeith@spnet.us (South and Lower Hudson) July 1, 2011

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Our Contact Information

Dr. Edward Shafer, Director

  • 315-269-7095
  • Ed@SPNET.us

Tim Ott, Assistant Director

  • 518-723-2138
  • tim@SPNet.US

Ted Gershon , 518-860-0578, Ted@SPNet.us (NYC)

Marsha Iverson, 516-606-7016, Marsha@SPNet.us (NYC)

Ellen Palazzo , 516-313-4894, Ellen@SPNet.us (Long Island)

Charlie Crumb, 518-860-2381 charlie@spnet.us (Western)

Carol Zygo carol@spnet.us (Central/East) July 1, 2011

Keith Bubuszczakkeith@spnet.us (South and Lower Hudson) July 1, 2011