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CTE Academics New Student Services Academy Tommi Leach, Academic Coordinator July 2016 Hows your summer going? Achieving Classroom Excellence (ACE) ACE legislation was passes in 2005 and added to in 2006

HS graduation requirements Testing requirements ACE legislation will be replaced by SB 1380 and HB 3218 on July 1, 2018 SDE is required to write rules meet the requirements of laws Legislation SB 1380 Activity

Read legislation Strikeouts stricken language Underlines new language added SB 1380 Signed June 2016, became law on July 1, 2018

Amended graduation requirements Modified lab science units Expanded courses eligible to fulfill certain requirements Modified Arts requirements College Prep/Work Ready Standard Diploma Units or sets of competencies

4 units English approved for college admission requirements 3 units Math - approved for college admission requirements In addition - Students must have three math courses within 9th - 12th grade NEW - Changes in Science 3 units Lab Science including 1 unit of life science meeting standards

for Biology I; 1 unit of physical science meeting standards for Physical Science, Chemistry, or Physics; 1 unit of Physical Science, life science, or earth and space science above the rigor of Biology I or Physical Science Does not have to be approved for college admission requirements If not though, it does not meet OKPromise requirements Continuing

3 units History & Citizenship 2 units Foreign Language or Computer Technology 1 additional unit from above or career and technology education courses, concurrently enrolled courses, Advanced Placement courses or International Baccalaureate courses does not have to be approved for college admission requirements If not though, it does not meet OKPromise requirements

1 unit fine arts or speech Changes in CORE Curriculum Stayed the same except: Arts 2 units 1 unit fine arts AND

1 unit Computer Technology, taught at high school or tech center, including computer programming, hardware, and business computer applications, such as word processing, databases, spreadsheets and graphics, excluding keyboarding or typing courses Staying the same No student shall receive credit for the same course twice Districts have flexibility

AP Computer Science can count as a math if taken in senior year and student is enrolled in or has taken Algebra II Personal Financial Literacy Beginning in the 2013-14 school year, all seniors must meet the set of personal financial literacy competencies in order to graduate from high school. New in 2015 HB 1268 adds an alternative method of demonstrating knowledge of financial literacy for certain IEP students. Encourages districts to have one designated teacher

in charge of financial literacy rather than spreading the responsibility to everyone. The student has satisfactorily completed the 14 areas of instruction for Personal Financial Literacy. CPR Training Every student must have CPR training once in grades 9-12. Should go on the high school transcript.

How could a technology center help with this? 2016-17 Testing Requirements Requires mastery in the Oklahoma Academic standards (score satisfactory/proficient or advanced) for: English Language Arts, Math, Science Grade 10 United States History once in grades 9-12 Assessments 2016-17

Retest windows will no longer be necessary. A revised testing schedule and window will be posted before the start of the 2016-17 school year Districts must adopt a plan that establishes the assessment or assessments those students are required to take in order to graduate from a public high school with a standard diploma. Scheduling Options for CTE Mathematics Tech centers may offer above Alg I to 11th and 12th graders

May offer to 10th grade if tech center offers a SBE approved focused field of study (Academies) Pre-Engineering (31) affiliate OSU College of Engineering 77% retention rate Bio-Medical (24) affiliate OU Health Sciences Center Bio-Technology (3) each site works with their own local industry, higher ed, and tribes Computer Science (4) PLTW Digital Electronics can count as a math credit if the teacher is certified in advanced math.

Scheduling Options for CTE Laboratory Science CTE courses may be certified as lab science by local high school Ag Ed/High school (teacher must be certified in Biology or Biological Sciences) Certain Health courses/Tech Center (Teacher must be certified in Biology or Biological Sciences) PLTW Pre-Engineering courses and PLTW BioMed courses (Teacher must be certified in Biology, Biological Sciences, Physics, or Chemistry)

Biotechnology courses (Teacher must be certified in Biology or Biological Sciences) Counts for graduation requirement. DOES NOT yet count for OKPromise Meet process standards for lab science Above Biology I if taught at tech center It is critical for students planning on attending an Academy to take Biology I as a Freshman. Academic Credits

PLTW Pre-Engineering and PLTW Biomedical courses can count for academic credit on the College Prep/Work Ready curriculum and can count for OKPromise. March 2015 approved by State BOE June 2015 approved by OSRHE Critical Information for CTE Academic Credits/Transcripting Academic Credits Biotechnology courses can count as a science credit for high school graduation purposes

(the teacher must be certified in Biology or Biological Sciences) Important: Biotechnology cannot, at this time, count for OKPromise credit. Scheduling Options for CTE Foreign Language or Computer Technology-2 units approved for college admission requirements, whether taught at a high school or a technology center school, including computer programming, hardware, and

business computer applications, such as word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and graphics, excluding keyboarding or typing courses OKPromise approval applies List of OKPromise approved courses in handouts HS Graduation 1 additional unit from above or CTE - does not have to be approved for college admission

Pre-Engineering courses (*OKPromise) BioMed courses (*OKPromise) Computer Tech courses (*OKPromise) BioTech courses CareerTech courses

Concurrent courses* AP courses* IB courses* Industry-Recognized Endorsements Senate Bill 497 Beginning with students who enter the 9th grade in 2008-2009 school year, school districts shall report the students performance levels of satisfactory and above on end of instruction tests and any business and industryrecognized endorsements attained on the high school transcript. CTE instructors at the high schools and counselors at

technology centers should notify high school counselors when a student passes an approved industry certification exam. An approved list is available at ODCTE. It should then be added to the students transcript in the testing or notes section. CTE Certification List The list of CTE Certifications approved for recording on HS transcripts and for receiving performance points for A-F is located here: http://www.okcareertech.org/educators/careerand-academic-connections/academics

CTE Transcripting Information OCAS Codes New Instructional Framework in 2016-17 Program codes will be identified with OCAS numbers SDE Accreditation then scroll down to 2016-17 subject codes. http://sde.ok.gov/sde/accreditation-standards-division Student Testing Numbers (STN) HB 1823

The A-F School Report Card was addressed in House Bill 1823 in 2016. It directs the State Board of Education to study the A-F Report Card system and make recommendations to the Legislature on how it can be improved. Until a new plan is approved, report cards will be calculated using the existing A-F system. A-F Report Card

50% - student performance, as measured by allocating 1 point for each student who scores proficient or advanced on the assessments and alternative tests divided by the number of students taking the tests 50% - student growth 25% - whole school growth, as measured by allocating 1 point for each student who improves proficiency levels or improves substantially within a proficiency level on the assessments divided by the number of students taking the tests 25% - growth in the bottom quartile of students, as measured by allocating 1 point for each student in the bottom quartile who improves proficiency levels or

improves substantially within a proficiency level on the assessments divided by the number of students taking the tests Bonus Points SB 929 Workforce Oklahoma Academic High School Diploma Recognition Act Beginning in 2020-2021 students who have participated in an approved program of study leading to recognized career and/or post-secondary education pathway:

GPA in career pathway: Highest Academic Distinction 3.75-4.0 Academic Honors 3.5 or higher Academic Merit 3.0 or higher SB929 May be indicated on diploma and transcript Approved programs of study leading to a recognized career and/or postsecondary education pathway

At least 6 credits within a career pathway and shall include AP courses, CareerTech STEM courses, concurrent enrollment courses or a combination of such courses Rules will be set by SDE OK CTE Guidelines for Academics *Oklahoma CTE Academic Guidelines coming soon

Find More Information A great resource that has detailed information on these topics and other academic topics http://www.okcareertech.org/educators/careerand-academic-connections/academics Sources:

SB 1380 HB 3218 SB 929 SDE 2014 A to F Report Card Guide http://ok.gov/sde/f-grading-system Career Advisor

If you would like to be added to the emailing list for my Career Advisor e-newsletter, please send me your email address. http:// www.okcareertech.org/educators/career-andacademic-connections/guidance-and-counseli ng/career-advisor-newsletter Tommi Leach Academic Coordinator 405-743-5524

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