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Title: Welcome CTAE Teachers and School Counselors Drive In Meeting-- Fall 2012


1
WelcomeCTAE Teachersand School Counselors
Drive In Meeting-- Fall 2012
2
Program Delivery Team
  • Dwayne Hobbs
  • Program Manager
  • WBL/YAP Program Specialist
  • 404-657-8334
  • dhobbs_at_doe.k12.ga.us

3
Thank you Cengage!
  • Kara Wilkes
  • Kara.wilkes_at_cengage.com
  • Fred Sprouse
  • Fred.sprouse_at_cengage.com

4
Career Cluster AreasMarketingHospitality
Tourism
Program Delivery Team
  • Linda Smith
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-657-6588
  • LiSmith_at_doe.k12.ga.us

5
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural
Education
  • Marketing Sales, and Services

Shannon Aaron Executive Director P.O. Box 189
Oxford, GA 30054 Phone 770-630-3967 georgiadeca_at_
gmail.com
6
Career Cluster Areas Hospitality Tourism
(Culinary) Education TrainingHuman Services
(FACS)
Program Delivery Team
  • Laura Ergle
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-463-6406
  • LErgle_at_doe.k12.ga.us

7
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural
Education
  • FACS, Culinary and Education

Vickie Rundbaken Executive Director 678-735-0091
ph 678-735-0094 fax Email gafccla_at_gmail.com www.
gafccla.com
8
Career Cluster Areas Human Services (Personal
Care/Cosmetology)Health SciencesLaw, Public
Safety, Corrections Security
Program Delivery Team
  • Phyllis Johnson
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-463-6404
  • PJohnson_at_doe.k12.ga.us

9
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural
Education
  • Health Care Sciences

Allen Seigler Executive Director 220 Smithonia
Road Winterville, GA 30683 Phone
866-914-5378 Allen.seigler_at_georgiahosa.org
10
Career Cluster Areas Architecture
ConstructionArts, A/V Technology
CommunicationTransportation, Distribution
Logistics
Program Delivery Team
  • Carol Burke
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-657-8308
  • cburke_at_doe.k12.ga.us

11
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural
Education
  • Architecture, Construction
  • Communications, Transportation

Ashley Hopkins-Brown GA State Director
SkillsUSA abrown_at_skillsusageorgia.org 470-233-04
17

12
Career Cluster Areas Business Management and
AdministrationFinanceInformation Technology
Program Delivery Team
Misty Freeman Program Specialist 404-657-8307 mfre
eman_at_doe.k12.ga.us
13
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural
Education
  • Business and Computer Science

Monty Rhodes Executive Director GA FBLA 3316-A
South Cobb Drive, Suite 229, Smyrna, GA 30080 P
(678) 231-7640 monty_at_georgiafbla.org www.georgiaf
bla.com
14
Career Cluster Areas Special PopulationsCCAE/Pr
oject SuccessCTI
Program Delivery Team
  • Tammy Caudell
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-656-3042
  • tcaudell_at_doe.k12.ga.us

15
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural
Education
  • Special Populations

Mary Donahue CTI State Coordinator 3
Central Plaza Suite 245 Rome, GA
30161 706-314-9624 ph706-314-9624
fax mdonahue_at_georgiacti.org
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Career Cluster Areas Science, Technology,
Engineering MathematicsManufacturingEnergy
Program Delivery Team
  • Mark Crenshaw
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-657-8316
  • mcrenshaw_at_doe.k12.ga.us

17
Office of Career, Technical and Agricultural
Education
  • Engineering Technology
  • Mr. Steve Price
  • Executive Director - TSA
  • sprice_at_gatsa.org
  • 678-551-0840
  • www.gatsa.org

18
Career Cluster Areas Government Public
Administration(includes JROTC)
Development and Transition Team
  • Gary Mealer
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-463-8197
  • gmealer_at_doe.k12.ga.us

19
Counseling and Guidance
School Guidance and Counseling Team
  • Myrel Seigler
  • Program Manager
  • 404-657-8324
  • mseigler_at_doe.k12.ga.us

20
Career Development CoordinatorTeachers-As-Advisor
s CoordinatorNontraditional Fields of Employment
School Guidance and Counseling Team
  • Vivian Snyder
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-657-8331
  • vsnyder_at_doe.k12.ga.us

21
Guidance and CounselingSocial WorkHospital
Homebound Services
School Guidance and Counseling Team
  • Jackie Melendez
  • Program Specialist
  • 404-657-4965
  • jmelendez_at_doe.k12.ga.us

22
David TurnerDirector
Georgia Department of Education Career,
Technical, and Agricultural Education
  • Georgia Department of Education
  • 404-657-8317
  • dturner_at_doe.k12.ga.us

23
Drive-In Meeting Agenda
  1. Career Cluster/Pathway Course Revisions
  2. Business/Industry Survey
  3. Graduation Rule Revision Process
  4. College and Career Readiness Performance Index
  5. GACTE Update Matthew Gambill
  6. Program Area Breakouts

24
The Vision for Georgias Students All students
completing a Career Pathway
25
Career Clusters and Pathways
  • Continued Work with Advisory Committees
  • Examining Pathways in each Cluster
  • Course Titles
  • Course Content
  • Embedding Common Core Performance Standards
  • Inclusion of Soft Skills/Employability Skills
  • Inclusion of Work-Based Learning

26
Business and Industry Survey
  • Partnership of GaDOE, the Georgia Chamber of
    Commerce and the Carl Vinson Institute of
    Government at UGA
  • Items established to measure relevance
  • Sent to all Chamber members
  • Local Chambers asked to send to all their members
  • Survey link sent to all CTAE teachers and school
    administrators
  • Results will be reported to State Board
  • Committees will consider result in course
    revisions

27
Georgias Waiver Process
  • Release requested from NCLB AYP Requirements
  • Waiver submission to USDOE
  • Waiver granted for school year 2011-2012 to be a
    study year to build the CCRPI
  • Committees and meetings held to gain input
  • Use Case Rules currently being established
  • Submitted for full approval in school year
    2012-2013
  • Constant analysis of data and revision process
  • DRAFT is the key word

28
DRAFT
College and Career Ready Performance Index,High
School, Grades 9 - 12
CONTENT MASTERY (END of COURSE TESTS in some
areas to be REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS
in 2014-15)
  1. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Ninth Grade Literature End of Course Test
    (required participation rate 95)
  2. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the American Literature End of Course Test
    (required participation rate 95)
  3. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Mathematics I/GPS Algebra (transitioning
    to CCGPS Coordinate Algebra) End of Course Test
    (required participation rate 95)
  4. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Mathematics II/GPS Geometry (transitioning
    to CCGPS Analytic Geometry) End of Course Test
    (required participation rate 95)
  5. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Physical Science End of Course Test
    (required participation rate 95)
  6. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Biology End of Course Test (required
    participation rate 95)
  7. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the US History End of Course Test (required
    participation rate 95)
  8. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Economics End of Course Test (required
    participation rate 95)

POST HIGH SCHOOL READINESS
  1. Percent of graduates completing a CTAE pathway,
    or an advanced academic pathway, or a fine arts
    pathway, or a world language pathway within their
    program of study
  2. Percent of CTAE Pathway Completers earning a
    national industry recognized credential, or a
    passing score on a GaDOE recognized end of
    pathway assessment (operational in 2014-2015)
  3. Percent of graduates entering TCSG/USG not
    requiring remediation or learning support
    courses or scoring at least 22 out of 36 on the
    composite ACT or scoring at least 1550 out of
    2400 on the combined SAT or scoring 3 or higher
    on two or more AP exams or scoring 4 or higher
    on two or more IB exams
  4. Percent of graduates earning high school
    credit(s) for accelerated enrollment via ACCEL,
    Dual HOPE Grant, Move On When Ready, Early
    College, Gateway to College, Advanced Placement
    courses, or International Baccalaureate courses
  5. Percent of graduates earning 2 or more high
    school credits in the same world language
  6. Percent of graduates successfully completing 1 or
    more Advanced Placement courses or 1 or more
    International Baccalaureate courses
  7. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Georgia High School Writing Test
  8. Percent of students achieving a Lexile measure
    greater than or equal to 1275 on the American
    Literature EOCT
  9. Percent of EOCT assessments scoring at the
    Exceeds level
  10. Student Attendance Rate ()

GRADUATION RATE
19. 5-Year Extended Cohort Graduation Rate ()
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9. Percent of graduates completing a CTAE
pathway, or an advanced academic pathway, or a
fine arts pathway, or a world language pathway
within their program of study. 10. Percent of
CTAE Pathway Completers earning a national
industry recognized credential, or a passing
score on a GaDOE recognized end of pathway
assessment (operational in 2014-2015).
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Exceeding the Bara companion to the College
and Career Ready Performance Index for High
Schools
DRAFT
  • In addition to the nineteen (19) items within the
    College and Career Ready Performance Index, high
    schools may earn additional points for these
    supplemental indicators.
  • Percent of graduates taking a nationally
    recognized college entrance examination
  • Percent of graduates earning credit in a physics
    course
  • Percent of first time 9th grade students with
    disabilities earning 3 Carnegie Unit Credits in 3
    core content areas
  • Percent of first time 9th grade students earning
    4 Carnegie Unit Credits in 4 core content areas
  • School has earned a Georgia Science, Technology,
    Engineering and Math (STEM) Program Certification
  • 6. Percent of English Learners with positive
    movement from one Performance Band to a higher
    Performance Band based on the ACCESS for ELLs
  • 7. Percent of graduates completing a
    career-related Work-Based Learning Program or a
    career-related Capstone Project
  • (moves to face of CCRPI in 2016-2017)
  • 8. Percent of students in International
    Baccalaureate High Schools (IB) completing IB
    Career-Related Certificates
  • 9. School or LEA-defined innovative practice
    accompanied by documented data supporting
    improved student achievement
  • To be considered at a later date for inclusion
    on the mandatory indicators or as an Exceeding
    the Bar indicator
  • Percent of tested students scoring at a
    proficient level on a Soft Skills Assessment
    (moves to face of CCRPI in 2014-2015)
  • Percent of tested students earning an AFQT score
    of 35 or higher on the Armed Services Vocational
    Aptitude Battery
  • Schools average score on the Georgia Teacher
    Effectiveness Measurement
  • Schools average score on the Georgia Leader
    Effectiveness Measurement
  • CCGPS Advanced Algebra to be included in PARCC
    assessments

31
7. Percent of graduates completing a
career-related Work-Based Learning Program or a
career-related Capstone Project (moves to face
of CCRPI in 2016-2017).
32
DRAFT
College and Career Ready Performance
Index,Middle School, Grades 6 - 8
CONTENT MASTERY (CRCT in some areas to be
REPLACED by COMMON CORE ASSESSMENTS in 2014-15)
  1. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    in ELA (required participation rate 95)
  2. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    in reading (required participation rate 95)
  3. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    in mathematics (required participation rate
    95)
  4. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    in science (required participation rate 95)
  5. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    in social studies (required participation rate
    95)

POST MIDDLE SCHOOL READINESS
  1. Percent of English Learners with positive
    movement from one Performance Band to a higher
    Performance Band as measured by the ACCESS for
    ELLs
  2. Percent of Students With Disabilities served in
    general education environments greater than 80
    of the school day
  3. Percent of students scoring at Meets or Exceeds
    on the Grade Eight Writing Assessment (required
    participation rate 95)
  4. Percent of students in grade 8 achieving a Lexile
    measure equal to or greater than 1050
  5. Percent of students completing 2 or more state
    defined career related assessments/inventories by
    the end of grade 8
  6. Percent of students with a complete state defined
    Individual Graduation Plan by the end of grade 8
  7. Student Attendance Rate ()

PREDICTOR FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION
  1. Percent of students in grade eight passing at
    least four courses in core content areas (ELA,
    mathematics, science, social studies)
  2. Percent of CRCT assessments scoring at the
    Exceeds level

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10. Percent of students completing 2 or more
state defined career related assessments/inventori
es by the end of grade 8. 11. Percent of students
with a complete state defined Individual
Graduation Plan by the end of grade 8.
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Exceeding the Bar a companion to the College
and Career Ready Performance Index for Middle
Schools
DRAFT
  • In addition to the fourteen (14) items within the
    College and Career Ready Performance Index,
    middle schools may earn additional points for
    these supplemental indicators.
  • Percent of students in grades 6 - 8 successfully
    completing above grade level core courses (ELA,
    mathematics, science, social studies)
  • Percent of students successfully earning three
    middle school course credits in the fine arts, or
    career exploratory , or world languages
  • Percent of students earning at least one high
    school credit by the end of grade 8 (ELA,
    mathematics, science, social studies, world
    languages, fine arts, CTAE)
  • School has earned a Georgia Science, Technology,
    Engineering and Math (STEM) Program Certification
  • Percent of students in grade 8 scoring
    proficient/advanced on the 21st Century Skills
    Technology Assessment or a GaDOE recognized
    technology assessment
  • Percent of students in grades 6 - 8 with a fully
    documented Fitnessgram assessment
  • School or LEA-defined innovative practice
    accompanied by documented data supporting
    improved student achievement
  • To be considered at a later date for inclusion
    on the mandatory indicators or as an Exceeding
    the Bar indicator
  • Schools average score on the Georgia Teacher
    Effectiveness Measurement
  • Schools average score on the Georgia Leader
    Effectiveness Measurement

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2. Percent of students successfully earning three
middle school course credits in the fine arts, or
career exploratory, or world languages.
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Summary
  1. The vision is for all students to complete an
    appropriate career related pathway.
  2. Clusters, pathways and courses are being revised
    and created.
  3. Changes are Business and Industry driven.
  4. Graduation Rule proposal requires completion of a
    pathway and completion of a Capstone project or
    Work-Based Learning.
  5. CCRPI scores pathway completers, passing of EOPA
    and earning industry credentials.
  6. WBL or Capstone is scored for bonus points
    until 2016 when it counts as major part of the
    score

37
GACTE Update
Matthew Gambill Executive Director Georgia
Association for Career Technical Education
Georgia DOE CTAE Division Fall 2012 Teacher
Drive-In Meetings
38
GACTE Update
  • 66th Annual GACTE Summer Conference
  • Education Revolution
  • July 10-13, 2013 (Wed-Sat)
  • Cobb Galleria Centre
  • Renaissance Waverly Hotel
  • Conference planning is currently underway to
    line up dynamic speakers
  • and to determine the conference logo

39
GACTE Update
  • ACTE Region II Conference
  • Sept. 27-30, 2012
  • Greenville, South Carolina
  • ACTE CareerTech VISION 2012Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2012
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • ACTE National Policy Seminar
  • March 4-6, 2013
  • Washington, D.C.

40
GACTE Update
  • GACTE Membership 2,743
  • (2nd Largest in the Nation)
  • Leadership opportunities within ACTE GACTE
  • Nominations open March 2013 www.gacte.org
  • Debby Ford serves on the ACTE Board as Region II
    Vice President.

41
GACTE Update
  • BUDGET
  • Governor requested 2 cut from all state agencies
    for FY2013 including CTAE
  • Legislature reduced by 1
  • Governor signed off

42
GACTE Update
  • PRESS RELEASEwww.gacte.org
  • Think TWICE before you cut CTAE!!
  • Know the Facts
  • House Bill 186, sponsored by Rep. Randy Nix, was
    passed in 2011 by the Georgia General Assembly
    and mandates career pathways for ALL public high
    school students beginning in the 2013-2014 school
    year.  Back in 2010, the legislature passed House
    Bill 400, the Building Resourceful Individuals
    for Georgias Economy (BRIDGE) legislation,
    sponsored by Sen. Fran Millar, who is the current
    chairman of the Senate Education Committee.  The
    BRIDGE Bill also requires career pathways and
    establishes that ALL students, beginning in 8th
    grade, develop a graduation plan focused on
    career interest and CTAE courses offered in the
    high schools.   
  • Additionally, Georgias new College and Career
    Readiness Performance Index, which is our waiver
    to the No Child Left Behind Act (AYP), will
    take into consideration CTAE pathway completers
    in all school systems.  This Index was recently
    approved by the U.S. Department of Education and
    State Superintendent Barge has worked diligently
    to require the addition of CTAE as a performance
    measurement.  Finally, Governor Deal in January
    2012 announced his new Go Build program which
    is a public awareness campaign designed to
    educate high school students on the value of
    learning a trade, dispel their misconceptions
    about the skilled trade industry and inspire them
    to consider their future careers.
  • With the passage of these initiatives, GREATER
    focus and GREATER emphasis is being placed on
    CTAE then ever before. Local school systems must
    resist the temptation to cut CTAE programs as a
    quick solution to budget difficulties. By
    reducing the number of CTAE programs, local
    systems will soon find themselves unable to
    comply with these laws and regulations which will
    ultimately inhibit Georgias students from
    seeking options that prepare them for college and
    CAREERS.
  • For more information, please contact Matthew
    Gambill, GACTE Executive Director at
    mhgambill_at_bellsouth.net or 770-655-0045. Or
    visit us at www.gacte.org
  • www.gacte.org

43
GACTE Update
  • BUDGET
  • Tax collections are up but not at where projected
    for the budget.
  • Governor requested 3 cut from all state agencies
    for FY2014 including CTAE

44
GACTE Update
  • HB400- BRIDGE Bill (2010)
  • HB186- Career Pathways Bill (2011)
  • HB713- Extension for Pathways (2012)
  • HB130- CTE Advisory Commission
  • Education Finance Commission (2011)
  • Rep. Brooks Coleman
  • Sen. Fran Millar

45
GACTE Update
  • Perkins
  • Signed into law August 12, 2006
  • Reauthorized through 2012
  • President Obamas current budget cuts
  • Perkins by 7 (approx 3 million cut for our
    share in GA)
  • Georgia share approx. 48 million annually

46
GACTE Update
  • 2013 Legislative Agenda
  • Posted November 2012
  • www.gacte.org

47
GACTE Update
  • Making An Impression Impact
  • Know your message
  • Elevator pitch
  • Legislative/Budget priorities
  • GACTE Legislative Agenda
  • www.gacte.org
  • Weekly GACTE Legislative Update
  • GACTE Membership List-Serve
  • ACTE Membership Policy Updates

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Matthew GambillExecutive DirectorGeorgia
Association for Career Technical EducationP.O.
Box 443Kennesaw, Georgia 30156678-461-0006mhgam
bill_at_bellsouth.netwww.gacte.org
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BREAKOUT SESSIONS
  • Questions Answer Opportunity in the breakout
    sessions.
  • Breakout Sessions
  • Program Specialists Team Leaders have
    customized agenda with pertinent issues.
  • Including CTSO information
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