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SJUSD & CCOC By Jeff Schmidt

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By Jeff Schmidt
CTE Program Coordinator

Today's Presentation will cover the following:
Update: CTE Research
Update: What's been happening at CCOC?
Courses Offered at CCOC
Highlight two new programs
Where do we go from here?
Importance of Counselors
Q & A
CTE Research
FACT: The average high school graduation rate for students concentrating in CTE programs is
percent compared to an average national graduation rate of
U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006,Report to Congress on State Performance, Program Year 2007-2008
of students concentrating in CTE areas stayed in post-secondary education or transferred to a four-year degree program, compared to an average state target of
U.S. Department of Education, Perkins Consolidated Annual Reports, 2009-2010. Office of Vocational and Adult Education
FACT: Experts project 47 million job openings in the decade ending 2018. Only
will require an associate’s degree or certificate, and nearly all will require real-world skills that can be mastered through CTE.
Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce via Harvard’s Pathways to Prosperity report, p 29.
High school students who graduate with a CTE
concentration are
times more likely to be
employed while pursuing post-secondary education.

Utah State Office of Education
Study: “Academic Achievement and Graduation Rates of Students”-Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, USA (2013)

School administrators interested in increasing
mathematics and reading performance should
encourage CTE sequenced courses.

Update on CCOC and 'MetroED 3.0'

New Team, and a New Vision
Hosting ongoing professional development for CCOC and district CTE teachers for the Common Core State Standards and CTE Model Curriculum Standards

UC A-G Course Submittals

Coordination of CTE Pathways grant for CCOC, six JPA districts and community colleges
Peer Court
Green-construction house
Fire Safety Training Tower
Solar cars, designed and manufactured by CCOC students.
College & Career Fair
Job Shadow day • Rotary Club, San Jose
Foothill Academies
Scholarships & Internships
Articulated College Credits
MAP (Media Access Project) MAP Grant Recipient
Renovation of facilities and state-of-the-industry equipment upgrades through Prop 1D is complete
CTE legislation
Our Programs:
Two new programs!
Fashion Design and Production
Sports Medicine
Last year, CCOC students were
surveyed, and our Program Reps
also surveyed students from the six districts
to find out what courses were in high demand by the students.
Demand for fashion designers in California will increase 14.1% by 2014.

This program prepares students for entry-level positions in the following careers:
Fashion Designer
Commercial and Industrial Designer
Manager of Retail Sales Workers
Retail Selesperson
Tailor, Dressmaker, and Custom Sewer
Textile, Apparel and Furnishing Worker
Fabric and Apparel Patternmaker
Demand for Sports Medicine related careers in California will increase 20% by 2018.

This program prepares students for entry-level positions in the following careers:
Physical Therapist
Recreational Therapist
Athletic Trainer
Occupational Therapist Assistant
Physical Therapist
Recreational Therapist
Health Technologist
Where do we go from here?
-How CCOC can better serve SJUSD students:
Provide State-of-the-industry equipment and facilities in our capstone CTE courses
Increased student achievement scores, academic performance (API) scores, graduation rates, and CTE participation rates for your School Accountability Report Cards (SARC)
Provide PD for all ROP teachers at our center for the Common Core State Standards and CTE Model Curriculum Standards
Increase student opportunities through Articulated College Credits
Increase student opportunities through internships
Increase student opportunities through various scholarships
Help promote your programs and student successes to local media and various agencies
The important roll Counselors play
in developing a Program of Study
that increases opportunities and achievement
for SJUSD students.
Q & A

M. Jeffrey Schmidt, M.S.Ed
Explore future possibilities for the SJUSD
Downtown College Prep Program
Explore possibilities for the SJUSD
International Academy
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