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The SDP, through its Office of Career and Technical Education (CTE), offers:
109 CTE programs in...
37 occupational areas in...
27 high schools across the District serving....
Approximately 6,000 students
Who are we...
Traditional vs. Non-Traditional
Film and Cinematography
CTE programs are primarily funded by the Carl D. Perkins a federal mandate that has accountability measures that include non-traditional participation in and completion of CTE Programs of Study.
in the context of CTE students is defined as,
“students from an underrepresented gender who are enrolled in a CTE program that leads to employment in nontraditional occupations.”
CTE programs are primarily funded by the
Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act (Perkins IV)
and 2,362 Females
SDP’s Five-Year Strategic Plan for Career and Technical Education
aligns with the broader SDP goal of improving academic outcomes for students in all public and charter schools, and
aims to “improve the quality, access and equity
for Career and Technical Education Programs and Career Academies across the entire district.”
according to 2013 PDE Bureau of Career and Technical Education statistics.
refers to an occupational workforce that is
25% or less
of one gender
either male or female.
Of the 37 CTE occupational areas (CIP Codes) offered by SDP...
30, or 81% of them are considered non-traditional for either males or females,
Early Childhood Teacher
CTE Programs in SDP
01.0901 – Animal Sciences
10.9999 – Communications Technology
12.0501 – Baking
12.0508 – Culinary Arts/Institutional Food Worker
50.0402 – Commercial and Advertising Art
51.0904 – Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
52.1801 – Sports Marketing/Sales
19.0708 – Child Care/Support Services (Female Dominated)
19.0905 – Fashion Design/Apparel Textiles (Female Dominated)
51.0601 – Dental Assistant (Female Dominated)
51.0707 – Medical Records (Female Dominated)
51.9999 – Health Related Technology (Female Dominated)
52.0203 – Accounting (Female Dominated)
52.0401 – Administrative Assisting/Business Technology (Female Dominated)
CTE Programs in SDP Defined as
What Can Be Done???
Change the image....
Change their lives
SUCCESS HAS NO GENDER
Recruiting and Retaining
Non-Traditional CTE Students in Your Program
Each State and District that receives Perkins funding must demonstrate “continuous improvement”
in the percentage of students who participate in and complete CTE Programs of Study. Across PA, most districts and CTCs are not meeting expectations in the non-Traditional Participation and Completion Perkins indicators.
While we are at 30%, we have not increased at a rate that the state expects (hit a plateau). We have to show at least a 1% gain.
The District’s Average for Nontraditional Students vs. PA Average
for Nontraditional Students in CTE
PA Average for Nontraditional Students in CTE
Encourage students to pursue a career of interest to them even though the people in the field are primarily
of the other sex.
Use nontraditional role models--both women and men for career days, mentoring, shadowing, or group
Meet regularly with students who are nontraditional in a career and technical education program to support
them and to discuss problems that may arise.
Arrange discussion groups and speakers on the socialization processes and pressures on both males
choosing nontraditional careers.
Purge your files of occupational information that reinforces sex bias and stereotyping.
Coordinate bulletin boards and displays portraying pictures of women and men working at a variety of jobs,
including nontraditional occupations.
Meet with OAC committee members concerning nontraditional students to discuss the importance of their
role in recruitment and retention.
Review economic, social and/or demographic trends that may affect students’ career choices and options.
Student Recruitment/Retention Strategies
Lesson Plan examples...
1. Students will discuss traditional male and female careers.
2. Students will examine how career choice may be influenced by gender.
3. Students will become familiar with nontraditional careers.
4. Students will use critical thinking and writing skills.