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division of career and adult education

Division of Career and Adult Education

Florida Energy Teachers Network

June 13-14, 2011

Eric Owens/Kathryn Frederick

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creating the next generation occupation standards for career technical education

Creating the Next Generation Occupation Standards for Career & Technical Education

Florida Department of Education

Division of Career and Adult Education

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Creating the Next Generation Standards for Career & Technical Education Programs is Important to Florida’s
  • Economic Development
    • #1 issue identified by business/industry seeking to relocate or expand their business in Florida:

Is the skilled workforce or “talent” available?

    • Ensuring that Florida’s career and technical education program standards are aligned with the needs of business and industry is a major component
  • Citizens
    • Seeking educational opportunities that will prepare them for high-skill, high-wage, high-demand occupations
in order to ensure that florida has the skilled workforce to grow the economy
In order to ensure that Florida has the skilled workforce to “grow” the economy:

School Districts Community Colleges & other providers

Occupation

Programs

Skilled Workforce

Deliver the educational program

Identify occupations important to Florida’s economic development

Create the educational programs that prepare individuals for employment in the occupation

Next Generation Standards

the division of career and adult education is responsible for
The Division of Career and Adult Education is responsible for:

Developing the educational programs that will prepare individuals for the occupations that are important to Florida’s economic development.

The Goal:

Align Workforce Education Programs with Skill Requirements of the New Economy

Right OccupationsRight Programs

Right Time

division of career and adult education6
Division of Career and Adult Education
  • Career and Adult Education has the responsibility for the development of curriculum frameworks for career and technical education programs from middle school through AS degrees
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Career Clusters

Agriculture, Food &

Natural Resources

Curriculum Consortium

Architecture &

Construction

Curriculum Consortium

Arts, A/V Technology &

Communication

Curriculum Consortium

Business, Management &

Administration

Curriculum Consortium

Education & Training

Curriculum Consortium

Energy Curriculum Consortium

Health Science

Curriculum Consortium

Hospitality & Tourism

Curriculum Consortium

Human Services

Curriculum Consortium

Information

Technology Curriculum

Consortium

Manufacturing

Curriculum Consortium

Marketing, Sales &

Service Curriculum

Consortium

STEM Curriculum

Consortium

Financial Services

Curriculum

Consortium

Law, Public Safety &

Security Curriculum

Consortium

Transportation,

Distribution & Logistics

Curriculum Consortium

Government & Public

Administration

Curriculum Consortium

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Division of Career and Adult Education
  • Each program curriculum framework includes the technical and academic skills that are essential to the career/occupation. “What a student needs to know and be able to do.”
  • The development of each curriculum framework must involve all stakeholders, with business and industry taking the lead in identifying the required technical and academic skills
curriculum development and revision process
Curriculum Development and Revision Process
  • Florida law requires programs be updated at least every 3 years
  • In the past, staff has worked with partners to update existing programs and develop new programs
  • However, the process has not been comprehensive, consistent, inclusive or as transparent as it should be
the process for creating the next generation of standards for career technical education programs
The Process for Creating the Next Generation of Standards for Career & Technical Education Programs

The Process will be:

  • Driven by business and industry
  • Inclusive/all stakeholders
  • Comprehensive
  • Consistent
  • Transparent
  • On-going

Guiding Principals

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Next Generation Standards for Career & Technical Education Development Process

Steering Committee

Agriculture, Food &

Natural Resources

Curriculum Consortium

Architecture &

Construction

Curriculum Consortium

Arts, A/V Technology &

Communication

Curriculum Consortium

Business, Management &

Administration

Curriculum Consortium

Education & Training

Curriculum Consortium

Energy Curriculum Consortium

Health Science

Curriculum Consortium

Hospitality & Tourism

Curriculum Consortium

Human Services

Curriculum Consortium

Information

Technology Curriculum

Consortium

Manufacturing

Curriculum Consortium

Marketing, Sales &

Service Curriculum

Consortium

STEM Curriculum

Consortium

Financial Services

Curriculum

Consortium

Law, Public Safety &

Security Curriculum

Consortium

Transportation,

Distribution & Logistics

Curriculum Consortium

Government & Public

Administration

Curriculum Consortium

next generation standards for career technical education steering committee
Next Generation Standards for Career & Technical Education Steering Committee

The role of the Steering Committee is to:

  • Provide guidance to and oversight of the entire process
  • Approve the program of work for each career cluster
career cluster working group representation
Career Cluster Working Group* Representation
  • Business/Industry
  • Professional/Trade Association(s) representing business and industry
  • Regional Workforce Board
  • Banner Center (if available)
  • Local/Regional Economic Development Organization
  • Regulatory Agency(ies)
  • Secondary Sector
  • Postsecondary School District Sector
  • Community College Sector
  • DOE Cluster State Supervisor (staff)

* Each working group will be chaired by a business/industry representative and co-chaired by an educator.

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Team

Betsy Levingston, Chair - Lakeland Electric

Jennifer Grove, Co-chair - Gulf Power

Industry Members

Carol Higley - JEA

Sharon Patterson - JEA

Susan Van Buren - CHELCO

Valerie Taylor - Center for Energy Workforce Development

Horace Robertson - Secretary Treasure, Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education

Education Members

Jose Farinos - Dean, Advanced Technology Division, IRRC/Banner Center for Energy

Jody Bryant - Westside Tech

Rick Frazier - Workforce Training & Business Services, Tallahassee Community College

goals for working committee
Goals for Working Committee
  • Review information regarding occupations that are important to Florida’s economic development
  • Compare this with training programs that are currently available in Florida’s public educational system
  • Identify occupations we should be preparing for and frameworks that need revising
  • Develop a 3-year program of work
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Example of Career Cluster Consortium

Working Group Process

Working Group

Program Committee

Energy Curriculum Consortium

Develop new program frameworks

Revise/delete existing frameworks

Consolidate existing frameworks

  • Manage/oversee the process
  • Identify occupations
  • Develop 3-year program of work
  • Oversee implementation of program of work strategies, timeline & participants

New or Revised Curriculum Frameworks

  • Membership:
  • Secondary
  • Technical Center
  • Community College
  • Business/Industry
  • Workforce Board
  • Banner Center
  • Regulatory Agency
  • . . . etc.

Next Generation Standards

What an individual needs to know and be able to do

cte academic alignment
CTE/Academic Alignment

WHY?

  • 1990 Federal legislation encouraged the integration of academic and vocational education
  • The Carl D. Perkins Act requires promoting “the development of services and activities that integrate rigorous and challenging academic and career instruction
  • There are State laws requiring “applied, integrated, and combined courses that provide flexibility for students to enroll in courses that are creative and meet individual learning styles and student needs.”
  • The Career and Professional Education Act requires a rigorous academic curriculum integrated with a career curriculum.
  • And……………
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RTTT

(Race To The Top)

how are courses aligned
How are courses aligned?
  • Courses with high math or science content are identified by the Program Specialists
  • Expert academic and CTE teachers are identified
  • Teams are created from these experts to review the courses
  • Where applicable, the courses are aligned with current Math and/or Science NGSSS
  • Additional math or science concepts needed are identified