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acte perspective membership and the career tech vision 2012

ACTE Perspective, Membership and the "Career Tech Vision 2012"

or What Do You Hold in Your Hands?

necklace of amber beads
Necklace of Amber Beads
  • 1921 – New York couple bought a necklace in Chinatown (San Francisco)for $25
  • Upon returning to NY took it to a jewelers to see if they had been “taken”
    • Jeweler offered them $50,000
  • Couple then took the necklace to Tiffany’s
    • Sold the necklace to Tiffany’s for $85,000
  • So what was so special about the necklace?

Source: Reuters News Agency, 1921

what do you hold in your hands
What do you hold in your hands?

I am the CTE teacher!

  • The image of ACTE
    • To other teachers, students, parents, and administrators you are CTE.
    • What type of image are you portraying?
do you have high standards for your students
Do you have high standards for your students?
  • Do your students take notes and have notebooks?
  • Do you assign homework?
  • Are you classes known for their rigor?
  • Do you push and challenge your students?
  • What happens when you close the classroom door?
image of cte
Image of CTE
  • You are the image of CTE---that is one thing you hold in your hands!
good news
Good News
  • Nationally, the Image of CTE is on an upswing
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It’s all about Jobs

Differing Views Regarding CTE

It’s all about DropoutPrevention!

It’s Academics

It’s allabout

theStudent

It’s Retraining

It’s aboutCollege Ready

some folks need an attitude adjustment
Some folks need an attitude adjustment!

Don’t ConfuseMe With the Facts,My Mind is Already Made Up!

slide17
Fact
  • Professional Wrestling is Fake
slide18
Fact
  • There is no WIZARD OF OZ!!
slide19
Fact
  • There is no Tooth Fairy
slide20
Fact
  • Getting a 4-Year College Degree Does Not Insure Career Success
associated press 5 19 2009
Associated Press, 5/19/2009
  • Josh Donahue, 23, an Oregon State University economics graduate, is living on food stamps. First in his family with a university degree, he stays with relatives and scrapes even for a menial job instead of the bank gig he'd dreamed about.
  • "A degree in economics," he said, "doesn't really prepare you to understand the economy very well."
a faulty assumption
A Faulty Assumption
  • College grads earn more than others. It must be because they have a college degree.
    • One Quarter of BA grads earn less than HS grads
    • 83% of associate degree holders have same median annual earnings as a 4-yr grad.
  • (Thurow, Ulreich, New York Times, 1/17/2005)
slide23
Jobs
  • 5.7 millions jobs have been lost in the U.S. since December, 2009
what types of employees are expected to be in short supply over the next years
What Types of Employees are Expected to Be in Short Supply Over the Next Years?

Source: “2005 Skills Gap Report: A Survey of the American Manufacturing Workforce” by National Association of Manufacturing

university graduates employment 2000 2012
University Graduates Employment 2000-2012

Supply Demand Employed

University Grads1,439,264 670,000 47%

Only 13% of all jobs will require a BA degree, but 2/3 will require some level of postsecondary education.

(Dept of labor projections to 2016).

harvard university
Harvard University
  • Pathways to Prosperity
    • Recognizes that career and technical education holds the key to solving many of the problems facingAmerica
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% of students in school based CTE programs

% of students in school & work-based CTE programs

reactions to the harvard report
Reactions to the Harvard Report
  • “This thoughtful paper makes a strong case for the development of multiple pathways leading from high school to post-secondary education or career training. Those of us who support a single-track system through high school need to carefully consider the questions raised in this provocative report.”

Phil Bredesen, Governor of Tennessee (2003-2011)

more impacts
More Impacts
  • The 2004 National Assessment of Vocational Education (NAVE) Final Report found that occupational concentrators increased their 12th-grade test scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) by about 8 scale points in reading and 11 points in math, while students who took little or no career and technical education coursework increased their reading on NAEP by only 4 points and showed no improvement in math achievement.
    • Department of Education, Office of the Under Secretary, Policy and Program Studies Service. National Assessment of Vocational Education: Final Report to Congress. Washington, DC, 2004.
more impact
More Impact!
  • Students at schools with highly integrated rigorous academic and CTE programs have significantly higher student achievement in reading, mathematics and science than do students at schools with less integrated programs.
    • Southern Regional Education Board. “Linking Career/Technical Studies to Broader High School Reform.” <http://www.sreb.org/programs/hstw /publications/briefs/04V09_ResearchBrief_CT_studies.pdf>.
more impact1
More Impact!
  • A 2002 study conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago found that a year of technically oriented coursework at a community college increased the earnings of men by 14% and women by 29%. Additionally, the study found almost no earnings increase for non-technically oriented coursework.
    • Jacobson, L. et al. “Estimating the Returns to Community college Schooling for Displaced Workers.” Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 2002.
more impact2
More Impact!
  • CTE graduates are 10-15% more likely to be in the labor force, and earn 8-9% more than graduates of academic programs, according to a 2001 Russell Sage Foundation study.
    • Rosenbaum, J. E. Beyond College for All. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2001.
college career ready
College & Career Ready
  • Secondary students who graduate with a career and technical education concentration are 2 ½ times more likely to be employed while pursuing postsecondary education than are “college prep” students.
    • Boesel, D., Hudson, L., Deich, S., and Masten, C. National Assessment of Vocational Education Final Report to Congress, Volume II, Chapter Six, “Employment Outcomes.” Washington, DC: US Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 1994.
forbes 8 11 2010
Forbes, 8/11/2010
  • Two-thirds (67%) of students earning degrees from 4 year institutions owe an average of $23,200on student loans.
slide38
Duh!
  • In a Gates Foundation report, 81 percent of students who dropped out said that “more real world learning” may have influenced them to stay in school.
    • Bridgeland, J., et al. The Silent Epidemic. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, 2005.
drop outs
Drop Outs
  • Research in NorthCarolina and Oregon show thatCTE students stayin school, they don’t drop out!!
a quick recap
A Quick Recap
  • From a National Perspective
    • CTE prevent dropouts
    • CTE improves academic performance
    • CTE addresses the skills gap
    • CTE students have good earning power and are not head over heels in debt
so what else do you hold in your hands
So what else do you hold in your hands?
  • The future of your students
    • You can inspire and motivate your students to achieve.
      • Or you can do the opposite.
    • You may never know the impact you have on your students.
henry brooks adams
Henry Brooks Adams
  • “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”
you hold the future of students in your hands
You hold the future of students in your hands
  • You have an awesome responsibility
  • Search for those students in your classes who need help and make a positive difference in their lives.
what do you hold in your hands1
What do you hold in your hands?
  • The future of CTE

If It Is To Be, It Is Up To Me Us

who is us
Who is “Us”?
  • CTE teachers are often in the minority in a school. This tends to make us invisible.
  • Because of our small numbers, we need to band together with other CTE teachers.
  • This will then enable us to be visible within a school, in the state capitol, with Congress, with the USDE, and with other government agencies
  • Now more than ever, your membership is important!!
    • There are major issues facing CTE
budget fy 2013
Budget FY 2013
  • Senate Appropriations Committee (June 14)
    • Level Funding for Perkins – this is a positive
    • Proposing to change the name of the Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE) to the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education
  • The House Labor Committee was to make budget recommendations last week
  • We must continually let Congress know how important CTE is.
sequestration
Sequestration
  • Budget Control Act of 2010 calls for a 9% cut in domestic, discretionary programs (this includes Perkins) unless the Super Committee identified 1.2 trillion in cuts over 1o years.
    • The Super Committee failed to do this.
  • Unless Congress takes some type of action before Jan. 2, 1913 this budget cut will be implemented
  • We must urge Congress to not let this happen
cte reform
CTE Reform ??
  • Federal officials in OVAE have released their vision of what CTE should be like in the future
    • Investing in America's Future: A Blueprint for Transforming Career and Technical Education
  • Four Core Principles
    • Alignment
    • Collaboration
    • Accountability
    • Innovation
alignment
Alignment
  • What OVAE says
  • What is not said
    • If your CTE program is not recognized as an in-demand, high-growth program, it will not receive funding
collaboration
Collaboration
  • What OVAE says
  • What is not said
    • The collaborations are not geographic, they are discipline driven
      • One high school might have to have 10-20 collaboration agreements
    • No collaboration – no funding; funding goes to the higher level partner
accountability
Accountability
  • What OVAE says
  • What is not said
    • There is no longer formula funding, it is all competitive grant driven and goes to the Consortia
innovation
Innovation
  • What OVAE says
  • What is not said
    • Who knows what this is - another Race to the Top??
    • Ten percent (10%) of all Perkins Funding would go to this Innovation Fund.
the acte stance on the ovae blueprint
The ACTE Stance on the OVAE Blueprint
  • We respectfully disagree with just about everything in the Blueprint.
  • We have allies in Congress who agree with us.
  • However, we need rank-and-file CTE teachers to belong to ACTE so we can represent them.
    • There is strength in numbers
national membership
National Membership
  • There has been a steady decline in ACTE membership over the past decade
    • Some states have cut CTE positions
    • There is a question as to whether or not young teachers are “joiners”.
be smart
Be Smart!
  • The state ACTE fights for state education issues and provides professional development opportunities while the national ACTE fights for you at the national level and provides additional professional development activities.
  • Don’t jeopardize the future of career and technical education to save a few dollars!
vision 2012
Vision 2012
  • Schools are becoming increasingly reticent to send people to conventions, thus ACTE is rebranding and repositioning its annual meeting.
  • Changes
    • More technical content
    • More industry involvement
    • More in-depth sessions
    • International involvement
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We need help!
  • All CTE teachers should carry their share of the load!
in conclusion
In Conclusion
  • You hold the image of CTE in your hands
  • You hold the future of students in your hands
  • You hold the future of the profession in your hands