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HB 5 - Career Pathways. Process for the Non-Urban/Suburban School Districts. Realty. Small, mid-size, rural district challenges Limited resources Limited staff to plan Limited business partners Limited facilities Limited certified personnel One Step at a Time. First Step.

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hb 5 career pathways

HB 5 - Career Pathways

Process for the Non-Urban/Suburban

School Districts

realty
Realty
  • Small, mid-size, rural district challenges
    • Limited resources
    • Limited staff to plan
    • Limited business partners
    • Limited facilities
    • Limited certified personnel
  • One Step at a Time
first step
First Step
  • Identify Partners
    • Cohort of Area Superintendents
    • Workforce Commission
    • The Chamber of Commerce
    • Community College
planning meeting
Planning Meeting
  • College President
    • CTE
    • Student Advisors
    • Academic
  • Workforce Commission Director
  • Chamber President
  • Superintendents
    • High School Principals
    • CTE Directors / Teachers
    • Academic Curriculum Representative
    • High School Counselors
agenda
Agenda:
  • Introductions/Affiliations
  • HB 5
    • Career Pathways
    • Endorsements
    • Accountability
  • Job/career opportunities for local community and surrounding area
  • Training opportunities currently available
  • Decision: Where do we start?
  • HOW?
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FOUNDATION - 22 CREDITS

        • 4 ELA (ELA I, II, III, & advanced English)
        • 3 MATH (ALGEBRA I, GEOMETRY & 1 advanced math)
        • 3 SOCIAL STUDIES (world geography or world history or combined course, US History, & government/economics)
        • 3 SCIENCE (biology, IPC or advanced science, and additional advanced science)
        • 2 FOREIGN LANGUAGES 1 FINE ARTS 1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 5 ELECTIVES

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY

1 MATH or CTE MATH

1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE

2 ELECTIVES

PUBLIC SERVICES

1 MATH or CTE MATH

1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE

2 ELECTIVES

MULTI-DISCIPLINARY STUDIES

1 MATH or CTE MATH

1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE

2 ELECTIVES

Algebra II

Algebra II

Algebra II

Algebra II

Algebra II

ARTS & HUMANITIES

1 MATH or CTE MATH

1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE

2 ELECTIVES

STEM

1 MATH or CTE MATH

1 SCIENCE or CTE SCIENCE

2 ELECTIVES

Endorsements 26 Credits

DISTINGUISHED

Eligible for Top 10% Automatic Admission

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SBOE
  • Approve variety of advanced courses
    • Comply with foundation program
    • Prepare students to enter work force
    • Permit advanced courses to be offered in applied manner
  • Dual credit can satisfy foundation courses
  • Create a combined world history and world geography course
  • Elective credit met by advanced CTE courses:
    • Certification
    • Associate degree
student earning an endorsement
Student Earning an Endorsement
  • Complete 26 credits
    • 4 math
    • 4 science
    • 2 additional electives
  • SBOE develop curriculum requirements for each endorsement
    • Participation of educators, business, labor industry
  • “Opt-in” for arts and humanities
    • Substitute advanced science with another course related to endorsement
    • SBOE adopt criteria
    • “Opt-out”
      • Student’s parent/guardian permission
district requirement
District Requirement
  • Report categories of endorsements offered
  • District must offer 1 endorsement
    • Multidisciplinary
  • Endorsement noted on diploma and transcript
tea monitoring
TEA Monitoring
  • PEIMS Reports
    • Number of students :
      • Enrolled in foundation program
      • Pursuing the distinguished level of achievement
      • Enrolled in endorsement program
      • Disaggregated by student groups
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CTE
  • Developed locally
    • With local partners
  • Encourage dual credit
  • SBOE course options
    • 50% - cost effective courses
  • At least 6 advanced CTE or tech application to satisfy 4th math
  • Certification exams – paid by state
  • Certification not limited to high-demand/ wage/skill occupations
  • Consortium options
pathways one or all
Pathways - ONE or ALL?
  • Chamber & Workforce
    • Pathways that reflect economy of area
    • Gain support from area business community
  • Community College
    • Pathways with greatest course offerings for students currently offered
decision
Decision
  • Public Service
    • Health / Medical Field
      • Leading economic opportunity
      • Health occupation programs in all schools
  • Business & Industry
    • Larger Employers
      • GE/Lufkin Industries
      • Georgia Pacific (Temple Inland)
    • Community College offered wider variety of course options
organized into 4 strands
Organized into 4 Strands:
  • Local / Area Job Market
  • Certificates, licenses, associate degrees curriculum offered
  • CTE courses currently offered in districts
  • Logistics of offerings
established committees focus on the 2 identified pathways
Established CommitteesFocus on the 2 Identified Pathways
  • Hudson ISD – Chair Certification Programs
    • Offered at community college
    • Course options for high school students
    • Researching expansion of programs
  • Huntington ISD - Chair Logistics
    • When, Where, How
  • Lufkin ISD- Chair CTE
    • Identify courses currently offered aligned with the Review options for core subject credit
  • Diboll ISD – Chair Workforce
    • Available job market
    • Skill requirements
    • Certificates/Degrees
stay the course
Stay the Course!
  • Monthly Meetings
    • Rotate among districts
  • Committee Chairs
    • Updates
    • Recommendations
    • Suggestions
  • Area Education Summit
    • HB 5 opportunities
    • Targeted pathways
    • Private sector support
phase i create implementation plan
Phase I – Create Implementation Plan
  • Revise course offerings that target certificates or licenses
  • Create flexible schedules to allow partnering with other providers
  • Expand course offerings in high school to support current programs
  • Promote endorsements
phase ii
Phase II
  • Assess programs
  • Revise and/or expand programs
  • Develop PR campaigns to promote career pathway opportunities
  • Develop showcase presentations for various community groups and/or organizations
phase iii
Phase III

Data that insures continued support – local and state!

mary ann whiteker hudson isd

Mary Ann WhitekerHudson ISD

mwhiteker@hudsonisd.org