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Preparing Students for the CDOS Credential. Cortland County Principals’ Meeting January 14, 2015. Options for 2012-2013. Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation Regents : 65 Pass on 5 Regents Exams (ELA, Math, Science, US History, Global History) Local:

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    1. Preparing Students for the CDOS Credential Cortland County Principals’ Meeting January 14, 2015

    2. Options for 2012-2013 • Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation • Regents: • 65 Pass on 5 Regents Exams (ELA, Math, Science, US History, Global History) • Local: • Via Safety Net for Students With Disabilities • 55-64 Pass Options • RCT’s for cohorts prior to September 2011 • IEP Diploma: • Only until June 30th, 2013

    3. IEP Diploma • Last year to issue was 2012-2013 • Eliminated after June 30, 2013 • Being replaced by credentials

    4. Background on the IEP Diploma • Not an actual diploma • Being issued far more than it should be • Some parents and students thought they were receiving a diploma.

    5. 2013-2014:A Year of Change

    6. Credentials For 2013-2014 Phase 1: Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential Phase 2: New York State Career Development & Occupational Studies Commencement Credential (CDOS Credential)

    7. New York State Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential • Issued starting in 2013-2014 School Year • Not a diploma • Based on Career/CDOS Standards Memo: http://www.regents.nysed.gov/meetings/2013Meetings/April2013/413p12accesa1Revised.pdf

    8. For What Students? • For a student with a disability as a supplement to a regular high school diploma OR • For a student with a disability who is unable to earn a regular diploma because of his/her disability as the student’s exiting credential

    9. Minimum Requirements for the NYS CDOS Commencement Credential The student: • Completes a Career Plan(updated annually) • Demonstrates achievement of the commencement level CDOS Learning Standards for: • Career Development • Integrated Learning • Universal Foundation Skills • Successfully completes 216 hours of instruction in • Career and Technical Education (CTE) and/or work-based learning • At least 54 hours must be in work-based learning • Has a completed Employability Profile

    10. OR • The student earns one of the nationally-recognized work readiness credentials • SkillsUSA • National Work Readiness Credential • National Career Readings Certificate – (ACT) WorkKeys • Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment Systems Workforce Skills Certification Systems

    11. Funding • A school district that awards this credential to more than 20% of the students with disabilities in the cohort, where such credential is not a supplement to a regular high school diploma, shall be required to use a portion of its Part B Individuals with Disabilities Education Act grant funds for targeted activities, as deemed necessary by SED, to ensure that students with disabilities have appropriate access to participate and progress in the general education curriculum necessary to earn a regular high school diploma.

    12. Questions? Erica Gregory RSE-TASC egregory@ocmboces.org or (315) 431-8574

    13. Career Development Program • Who? • Students who will earn only the CDOS Credential • Students who will earn a Regents or Local Diploma and the CDOS Credential • What? • Program that provides: • Career Exploration • Skill Building • Transition Planning & Employment Search • Work-Based Learning • High School Credit

    14. Career Development Program • Where? • 2013-2014 Henry Campus • 2014-2015 Henry Campus and McEvoy Campus • Staffing for Henry Campus Program • Career & Technical Education Teacher & Special Education Teacher for Each Pathway • Transition Counselor

    15. Henry Campus Career Development Half-Day Program • Year 1 • Career Plan • Career Pathways • Retail and Food Service Industry • Facilities and Grounds Maintenance • 3 Credits of CTE • 1 Credit of Consumer Math

    16. Henry Campus Career Development Half-Day Program • Year 2 • Career Plan • Employability Profile • Deeper Exploration of Career Pathways • Retail and Food Service Industry • Facilities and Grounds Maintenance • Job shadowing in Businesses • 3 Credits of CTE • 1 Credit of Applied Science

    17. Henry Campus Career Development Half-Day Program • Year 3 • Career Plan • Employability Profile • Work-Based Learning Aligned with Career Pathways • 2-3 Days Per Week • Retail and Food Service Industry • Facilities and Grounds Maintenance • 3 Credits of CTE • ½ Credit Career & Financial Management • ½ Credit Health

    18. Henry Campus Career Development Half-Day Program • Year 4 • Career Plan • Employability Profile • Employment Search • Work-Based Learning Aligned with Career Pathways • 3-4 Days Per Week • Retail and Food Service Industry • Facilities and Grounds Maintenance • 3 Credits of CTE • ½ Credit Career & Financial Management • ½ Credit Nutrition & Wellness

    19. What might a Career Development program look like at the McEvoy Campus? • Staffing • Career & Technical Education Teacher • Special Education Math Teacher • P/T Science Teacher • High School Credits • Year 1 - 3 CTE, 1 Consumer Math • 3 CTE, 1 Applied Science • Program Design

    20. Questions? Phil Grome (607) 758-5260 Robert Leslie (315) 431-8407 Colleen Viggiano (315) 433-2604