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CA 2008 5-Year State Plan - Perkins Collaborative Resource

  • Page 2 and 3: Publishing Information The producti
  • Page 4 and 5: CONTENTS Preface ..................
  • Page 6 and 7: FIGURES AND TABLES Figure 1. Organi
  • Page 8 and 9: PREFACE This California State Plan
  • Page 10: Stephen Levy, Director and Senior E
  • Page 13 and 14: »» Promoting the development of s
  • Page 15 and 16: incumbent workers and lifelong lear
  • Page 17 and 18: system is essential in understandin
  • Page 19 and 20: a fundamental tenet of career explo
  • Page 21 and 22: Adult education is also implemented
  • Page 23 and 24: Organization of Career Areas for Cu
  • Page 25 and 26: In addition to facilitating high-qu
  • Page 27 and 28: Figure 3. The flow of information t
  • Page 29 and 30: »» »» Does not represent unnece
  • Page 31 and 32: 4. 5. 6. 7. Joint in-service traini
  • Page 33 and 34: Postsecondary institutions with CTE
  • Page 35 and 36: including non-CTE “a-g” college
  • Page 37 and 38: Table 2. Gender and ethnicity of st
  • Page 39 and 40: Table 3. Gender and ethnicity of st
  • Page 41 and 42: CHAPTER TWO THE CONTEXT FOR CAREER
  • Page 43 and 44: This increase accounts for more tha
  • Page 45 and 46: ural counties suggests the need for
  • Page 47 and 48: to see the most job growth. 48 Cons
  • Page 49 and 50: Educational Context The state CTE p
  • Page 51 and 52: individualized instruction, mentori
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    engage and motivate students who ar

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    Key State Policies Workforce develo

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    Assembly Bill 1412 and Senate Bill

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    Portions of the funds will be used

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    CHAPTER THREE BUILDING A HIGH-QUALI

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    3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. CTE is uniquel

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    Achieving these goals requires focu

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    level, the CDE and the CCCCO must a

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    Leadership and support from CDE has

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    community colleges have been divide

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    »» Invest in the professional dev

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    including academics as well as work

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    7. 8. 9. Responsibility and Flexibi

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    Standards and Framework overall and

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    coursework than General Work Experi

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    »» Work with industry to expand i

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    and the work readiness skills recom

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    Career-Related Tools and Resources

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    in CTE or integrated programs at al

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    »» »» »» »» »» »» »»

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    »» Continuing to expand the relat

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    organizations provide financial sup

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    Industry Partnerships The unique li

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    development needs in the multimedia

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    They may also “include the opport

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    colleges are using SB 70, informed

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    The current differences in course a

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    Despite its promise, nationally, sc

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    of early and engaging experiences w

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    the level of the performance goals,

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    Development of integrated curricula

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    in-school learning or career pathwa

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    through hands-on or direct instruct

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    »» “Moves at the speed of busin

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    development, performance needs anal

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    Skilled Faculty and Professional De

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    ensure that the content of CTE cour

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    professional development,” called

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    Definition and Significance The CTE

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    The CAHSEE and STAR data are used b

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    at the community colleges to ensure

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    Improvement Resource Guide. 126 Ind

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    will collect student-level data on

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    »» »» Articulate a vision of CT

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    »» Expanding and strengthening ou

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    3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Career explora

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    CCCCO contracted with WestEd to con

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    »» »» Business and industry org

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    Response The distribution of funds

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    iv. Lead to an industry-recognized

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    and state-established quality crite

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    esources and employment opportuniti

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    (k) How funds will be used effectiv

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    ecruiting and effectively serving s

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    California Community College Board

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    Response Strong experience in, and

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    training, upgrading, and retraining

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    for the development of workforce po

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    the discussion of policies and proc

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    III. Provision of Services for Spec

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    maximum amount of its Section 112(a

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    magnet schools, community day schoo

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    4. The State must describe how fund

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    »» »» »» »» »» Skill Atta

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    131 funds desiring to participate i

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    »» Policy development and/or impl

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    CTE Student Graduation Rate, 4S1. C

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    Student Placement, 4A1. The placeme

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    competency, and other evaluative ac

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    Performance Goal - The final agreed

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    development team to ensure complian

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    performance levels for 2008-09. The

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    with Perkins IV funds, including an

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    »» »» »» »» »» Should the

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    »» Producing required state and f

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    Response CDE and CCCCO staff will p

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    in numbers and percentages to corre

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    Response Section 131 funds will be

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    »» ROCPs. Of the 48 ROCPs eligibl

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    3. The state must describe the seco

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    Part A: EDGAR Certifications and Ot

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    Response See item #2 of the signed

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    4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. That the State wi

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    Part B: Budget Forms Perkins IV Bud

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    Part C: Accountability Forms I. Stu

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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4

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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4

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    Comments 1S1 and 1S2. The respectiv

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    5P1. As the economy expands, econom

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    2. Alternative Formula for Distribu

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    »» Additional instructor costs in

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    »» Use annual evaluation results,

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    7. Regional Occupational Center and

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    9. Allocations to Section 131 and 1

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    APPENDIX A Essential Skills Enumera

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    Between September 7 and 24, on-site

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    2008-2012 California State Plan for

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    Attachment 3 Screenshots of the CTE

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    APPENDIX C Responses to Field Recom

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    Work Experience Education Recommend

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    »» subject-matter technical assis

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    »» Text was added to Chapter Four

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    Topic 12: System Coherence and Alig

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    Topic 13: Tech Prep Recommendation:

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    »» The plan focuses on the qualif

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    Recommendation: Strengthen access t

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    Recommendation: Regarding the use o

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    APPENDIX D State Plan Resource Grou

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    APPENDIX E Memorandum of Understand

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    C. Operational Procedures Members o

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    A Perkins Joint Management Team (PJ

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    Finance (Budget Act 6110-166-0890).

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    APPENDIX F State Distribution of th

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    »» Secondary students are counted

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    Summary of Data Used to Distribute

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    APPENDIX G California Department of

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    APPENDIX H Comparative Results of A

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    APPENDIX I Certifications Regarding

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    4. The penalties that may be impose

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    APPENDIX J Assurances and Non-Const

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    et. seq.); (f) conformity of Federa

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    completed an end-of-program technic

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    number of CTE participants who, dur

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    »» Agencies scoring in the lowest

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    notice of the probationary status w

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