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Building Rigorous Academic and Technical Programs for All Students

Building Rigorous Academic and Technical Programs for All Students

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Building Rigorous Academic and Technical Programs for All Students

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    1. Building Rigorous Academic and Technical Programs for All Students Jean-Claude Brizard, New York City Department of Education Joseph Marinelli, Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, Newark, New York Jean Stevens, New York State Education Department

    2. NEW YORK STATE OVERVIEW Alternative strategies for meeting graduation requirements Relationship to NCLB and Perkins Teacher certification requirements Relationships to New York State learning standards (CDOS)

    3. POLICIES AND STRATEGIES New Graduation Requirements CTE Skills Achievement Profile Career and Technical Education (CTE) Resource Center New York State Board of Regents Policy on CTE

    4. CTE POLICY COMPONENTS Program Approval Process Flexibility in Core Academic Courses Work Skills Employability Profile Technical Assessment Teacher Certification Post-secondary Articulation Curriculum

    5. WAYNE-FINGER LAKES BOCES OVERVIEW Located in Upstate New York Serve Schools in Four Diverse Counties Maintain 2 Technical and Career Education Centers to Serve 25 School Districts 1,000 Students Enrolled in 19 + Programs Most Students Spend Day at Tech Center and at Home School

    6. HIGH SCHOOLS THAT WORK W-FL BOCES Chosen as a Pilot Site This Designation Helped Us: Bring Initiatives and Practice Together Focus on HSTW 10 Key Practices Create Results-Oriented Planning Provide Professional Stimulus Reinforced Our Position and Direction

    7. POLICIES AND STRATEGIES Academic Integration High Expectations Teachers Working Together Guidance and Mentoring

    8. CHALLENGES Teacher certification requirements Post-secondary articulation Assessments Data collection, follow-up studies, etc. Curriculum development Professional development Business/Industry Involvement

    9. CHALLENGES Challenges = Opportunities for Improvement Evolutionary Process Change and Improve as You Move Forward

    10. KEYS TO SUCCCESS Build Strong Partnerships Set High Standards Dare to be Different

    11. IMPACT Student performance on Regents exams Independent private research company data New York State Education Departments CTE Data System Student and Parent Satisfaction

    12. IMPACT 18 of 19 CTE Programs Certified by SED Steadily Increased Number of Students Earning Academic Credit at CTE Centers National Trade Association Certifications Increase in Technical Endorsements on Diplomas

    13. IMPACT - Continued Increase in Students Meeting Graduation Requirements 97% Graduation Rate Higher Percentage of Students in Postsecondary Education We hold 88 Postsecondary Articulation Agreements with 16 Colleges

    14. PLANS FOR THE FUTURE Expanding CTE approved programs with a focus on LEAs Improving data collection mechanisms Increasing professional development opportunities Encouraging secondary/postsecondary articulations

    15. PLANS FOR THE FUTURE Review HSTW Evaluation Data Continue Emphasis on Academic Integration Enhance Student Mentoring Programs Goal: 100% of Students Receive Technical Endorsement

    16. Plans for the Future - continued Focus Staff Development on Integration, Differentiated Learning Styles and the Special Needs Student Continue to Enhance Programs to Meet Workforce Needs Encourage Higher Levels of Thinking and Comprehension