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NYS Multiple PathwaysToward Graduation: Do I have a true Understanding of the CTE & CDOS Pathways ?

Bernard P. PierorazioNYS CTE Technical Assistance Centerbernard@spnet.us 914-588-1944

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School Improvement Priorities for Americans

September 2016 Phi Delta Kapan Survey results What Americans are saying…Americans chose between a variety of possible strategies for improving public schools…support for offering more career and technical or skills based classes (68%) far exceeds the preference for more honors or advanced academic classes (21%) including (54%) who strongly prefer more vocational classes.

Preferences for vocational classes also is higher among those who view the main goal of public schools as preparing students for work (84%) or to be good citizens (74%)

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NYS Traditional Diploma Requirements

Twenty-two Carnegie Credits English (4) Social Studies (4) Art/Music (1)Mathematics (3) Health (.5) LOTE (1)Science (3) PE (2) Electives (3.5)

Must pass Five Regents Examinations

:

Mathematics; Science; English Language Arts; American History; Global Studies

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NYSED Multiple Pathways to SuccessProviding a more focused approach to Graduation

CTE - Career and Technical Education HumanitiesArtsLOTE - Languages other than English

STEM

-Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

CDOS - Career Development Occupational Studies

http://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/cdlearn/documents/cdoslea.pdf

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Difference Between:CTE; CDOS; and a CDOS Credential

CTE Pathway

(

all students

)

January

2015

CDOS Pathway

(all students)

June 2016

CDOS Credential

(all

students

)August 2015GraduationRegents DiplomaTechnical EndorsementGraduationRegents DiplomaCDOS CredentialNon-GraduateNo DiplomaCDOS CredentialFour Regents ExamsELA; Math; Science;Social Studies22 Carnegie Creditsincluding 3 or morefocused CTE creditsFour Regents Exams ELA; Math; Science; Social Studies22 Carnegie CreditsAccess to Regents Level coursesNYSED Approved National Industry Based CTE Technical AssessmentOptions 1 OR 2Options 1 OR 2

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NYS Pathway Options

English

Science

Math

Social Studies

Four Required NYS Regents Examinations

+1

CDOS

CTE

STEM

Humanities

ARTS

LOTE

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NYSED Requirements - CTE Pathway

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Sixteen (16) Career Clusters®

Every child that exits from our high schools or colleges will work in one of these 16 Career Clusters

Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

Architecture & Construction

Arts, A/V Technology & Communications

Business Management & Administration

Education & Training

Finance

Government & Public Administration

Health Science

Hospitality & Tourism

Human Services

Information Technology

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Manufacturing Marketing Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

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GRADUATIONCTE PATHWAY

Work Based Learning ExperienceEmployability ProfileSuccessfully complete one of the Thirty (30) Approved National Industry Based CTE Technical Assessments

REGENTS DIPLOMA

TECHNICAL ENDORSEMENT

FOUR REGENTS EXAMS

TWENTY TWO CREDITS

3+ FOCUSED CTE CREDITS

NYSED Approved Program

NATIONAL INDUSTRY BASED CTE TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT

NYSED Approved

Quick Review

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NYS Pathway Options

English

Science

Math

Social

Studies

+1

CDOS

CTE

STEM

Humanities

ARTS

LOTE

Four Required NYS Regents Examinations

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NYSED Requirements CDOS Pathway Option Number One (#1)

Task 1 – Twenty-two Carnegie Credits (22)Task 2 - Four (4) Regents ExamsTask 3 – Complete a Career Plan (Addendum B)Task 4 – Demonstrate achievement of CDOS Learning Standards 1, 2 ,and 3A (http://www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/cdlearn/documents/cdoslea.pdf)

Task 3 – Complete 216 hours of CTE coursework and/or Worked Based Learning (WBL) of which 54 hours must be work based. Students may complete all 216 hours in a WBL experiences.

Task 4 – (WBL) Worked Based Learning Experiences

Task 5 – (EP) Completed Employability Profile

(Addendum C)

Task 6 – Complete 12 years of schooling excluding Kindergarten

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CDOS LEARNING STANDARDS

Standard 1: Career Development Students will be knowledgeable about the world of work, explore career options, and relate personal skills, aptitudes, and abilities to future career decisions. Standard 2: Integrated Learning

Students will demonstrate how academic knowledge and skills are applied in the workplace and other settings.

Standard 3a: Universal Foundation Skills

Students will demonstrate mastery of the foundation skills and competencies essential for success in the workplace. and Standard

3b: Career Majors

Students who choose a career major will acquire the career-specific technical knowledge/skills necessary to progress toward gainful employment, career advancement, and success in postsecondary programs.

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NYSED Requirements CDOS Pathway Option Number Two (#2)

Task 1 – Twenty-two Carnegie Credits (22)

Task 2 - Four (4) Regents Exams

Task 3 – Meets requirements for one of four nationally recognized work readiness credentials

National Work Readiness Credential

http://www.workreadiness.com/nwrcred.html

SkillsUSA Work Force Ready Employability Assessment

http://www.workforcereadysystem.org/

http://www.workforcereadysystem.org/wp content/uploads/2015/07/Employability.pdf

ACT - National Career Readiness Work Keys

http://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/workforce-solutions/act-national-career-readiness-certificate.htm/

CASAS – Comprehensive Adult Assessment Systems Work Force Skills certification System

https://www.casas.org/

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GRADUATIONCDOS PATHWAY

OPTION #1Career PlanCDOS Learning Standards 1, 2, 3A216 Hours of CTE Coursework and/or Work Based LearningWork Based Learning ExperienceEmployability Profile

OPTION #2

Successfully complete one of four Nationally Recognized Work Readiness Credentials

REGENTS DIPLOMA

CDOS CREDENTIAL

FOUR REGENTS EXAMS

TWENTY TWO CREDITS

OPTION #1 OR #2

Quick Review

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NYS CDOS Credential Not a Diploma and Not a Pathway

No minimum credit requirement

Access to Regents Level courses

Complete all the requirements for either:

Option 1 or Option 2

Students exit school with the

CDOS Credential

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(WBL) Work Based Learning for the CDOS Credential Courtesy NYSED Cheryl Winstel

Accepted Experiences: 1. Must be under the supervision of the school district 2. WBL within approved CTE Programs only count for independent mastery when working for a customer, NOT the practicing of hands-on skills during class. 3.

Possibility of WBL (including minimum 54 hours)

within an approved CTE program.

Job Shadowing

Community Based Work Program

Community Service/Volunteering

School-Based Enterprise

Senior Project – Specific criteria

Non-registered WBL experiences supervised by any certified teacher academic, CTE, Counselo

r

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(WBL) Work Based Learning Experience in an Approved CTE Program Courtesy NYSED Cheryl Winstel

Students in an Approved CTE Program may demonstrate independent mastery of skills within a CTE classroom and earn WBL hours when providing a service or

producing a product

for a customer. Hours must be logged by CTE instructor or WBL Coordinator.

Students must be in an NYSED approved CTE course of study/program which is taught by a Certified CTE instructor for this to occur

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NYSED: Role of the WBL CoordinatorCourtesy NYSED Cheryl Winstel

Collaborates with classroom teacher and businesses for safety training and work site placementsTracks student(s) schedule and attendanceVisits each worksite prior to placing students and while students are participating

Is responsible for all appropriate paperwork

Ensures all parties sign required documents

Maintains all paperwork in student file

Collects signed hour sheets from business

Connects with current and potential businesses throughout the year

Assists in documentation on employability profile

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NYSED: Role of the WBL CoordinatorWBL Required Checklist

Courtesy NYSED Cheryl WinstelMemorandum of Agreement with Business Supervisor

Student agreement with parental permission

Employment Papers(working papers)

Student training plan provided by CTE instructor and Business Supervisor

Emergency medical form signed by school nurse

Student hour sheets verified by WBL Coordinator/Business Supervisor

Business Supervisor evaluation

Verification of Business’s Worker’s Compensation Insurance Policy supplied by Business Supervisor

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NYSED: Role of the WBL Coordinator Health & Safety Training Courtesy NYSED Cheryl Winstel

General work place safety – Talking Safety/Staying Safe at Work (NIOSH)Young worker injuries, finding hazards, making the job safer, emergencies at work, know your rights and responsibilities & taking actionCTE program specific safety – CTE teacher and business supervisor

New York Committee on Safety and Health (NYCOSH)

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NYSED: Role of the WBL Coordinator Department of Labor Regulations

Courtesy NYSED Cheryl WinstelWages of minorsAllowable hours of minorsProhibitive occupations & exceptionsManual labor

Employer employee relationship

Chapter 64 Section c08 – Employment of Workers with Disabilities

Worker’s Compensation

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NYSED: Role of the WBL Coordinator Worker’s Compensation Courtesy NYSED Cheryl Winstel

Caution - Students must NOT be placed in a business that does not have Worker’s Compensation InsuranceException – Any student providing non-manual services(i.e. answering phones) for a religious, charitable or educational institution (covered under Section 501 (c) (3) of the IRS tax code is exempt from mandatory coverage

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NYSED Requirements: Registered and Non-Registered WBL Programs

Courtesy NYSED Cheryl WinstelRegistered Programs

CO-OP

*

- Career and Technical Education Cooperative Work Experience Program>

paid/unpaid

CEIP

*

- Career Exploration Internship Program >

unpaid

GEWEP

**

- General Education Work Experience Program >

paid/unpaidWECEP** - Work Experience and Career Exploration Program >paid* 8982 – Coordinator of Work Based Learning Programs for Career DevelopmentNon-Registered ProgramsJob ShadowingCommunity ServiceOn-Site Projects Supervised Clinical (Health Sciences)School Based Enterprise** 8981 – Coordinator of Work Based Learning Programs for Career Awareness.

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I believe hands on…

doesn’t mean minds off”

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CTE TAC FIELD ASSOCIATES

Charlie Crumb

Western NYS

Carol Zygo

Northern NYS

Bernard Pierorazio

Southern NYS

Ellen Palazzo

Long Island

Marsha Iverson

NYC & Yonkers

Ted Gershon

NYC

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CTE TAC Support Services are Free !www.nyctecenter.org

518-723-2137Western New York State Long Island

Charlie Crumb Ellen Palazzo

Charlie@spnet.us

Ellen@spnet.us

Northern New York State New York City & Yonkers

Carol Zygo Marsha Iverson

Carol@spnet.us

Marsha@spnet.us

Southern New York State New York CityBernard Pierorazio Ted GershonBernard@spnet.us Ted@spnet.usCTE TAC Director CTE TAC Assistant DirectorTim Ott Connie SpohnTim@spnet.us Connie@spnet.us

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 Addendum A

NYSED 30 Approved Technical Assessments

http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/multiple-pathways/docs/cte-approved-assessments.pdf

 

ProStart

- Culinary

ASE

-

MLR

student certification – Auto

A+ certification

– Comp. TIA

Network+ certification – Comp. TIANational Institute of Metal Working (NIMS) certification – Welding, MachiningPrintED – Graphic CommunicationsCore Introductory Craft Skills v.2 NCCERAdvertising Design - SkillsUSAStudent Electronics Technician Electronics Technicians Association (ETA)A*S*K Business Fundamentals (NOCTI)A*S*K Marketing Fundamentals (NOCTI)Advertising & Design (2) (NOCTI and SkillsUSA)Accounting Basics (NOCTI)Ag Mechanics

(NOCTI)

Hospitality Management

– Food & Beverage (NOCTI)

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Addendum ANYSED 30 Approved Technical Assessments

http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/multiple-pathways/docs/cte-approved-assessments.pdfCollision Repair (code4106)

NOCTI

Commercial Foods (code40200

NOCTI

Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) (code 4973)

NOCTI

Conservation (code 7426)

NOCTI

Criminal Justice/CSI

SkillsUSA

Criminal Justice (code 4081)

NOCTI

Early Childhood Education and Care-Basic (code 4016) NOCTIWelding (code 4127) NOCTIElectrical Construction Wiring (Residential Wiring) Skills USAMedical Assisting (code 4155)(NOCTI)Precision Machining (code 4052) (NOCTI)Pre-engineering (code 2475) NOCTICertified Production Technician Sequence MSSCSmall Engine Technology (code 4068) (NOCTI)Television Production (code 3427)NOCTI

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Addendum BCareer Plan

The student must have developed a Career Plan that includes documentation of the student’s self-identified career interests; career-related strengths and needs; career goals; and career and technical coursework and work-based learning experiences that the student plans to engage in to achieve those goalsCareer Plans are an important mechanism to add relevance and meaning to learning experiences across subject areas.  The career development model used to create the Career Plan aligns with the CDOS standards.

The New York State Career Plan records a student’s knowledge and skill attainment.  It documents a history of achievement that students build from elementary school to high school.  The Career Plan design has also incorporated the transition planning process that is highly desirable for all students and required for students with disabilities.

Career Plans can be used as the employability profile that is required for students in programs approved under the 2001 Regents Policy on CTE. More importantly, the Career Plan is an effective graduation planning tool for all students.

Students in grades 6-12 can create individual Career Plans with the "My Portfolio" tool found at the New York State Department of Labor's 

CareerZone 

web site.

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Addendum B

Career PlanCareer Plan - p-12 –

New York State Education Department

www.p12.nysed.gov/cte/careerplan/ docs/SecondaryCommencLvl.pdf

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Addendum CEmployability Profile

Employability Profile - p-12 - New York State Education Department www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/publications/CDOScredential-att4.pdf

The district must ensure that the student has at least one work skills employability profile completed within one year prior to a student’s exit from high school that documents the student’s:

employability skills and experiences;

attainment of each of the commencement level CDOS learning standards for standards 1, 2 and 3a; and

as appropriate, attainment of technical knowledge and work-related skills, work experiences, performance on industry-based assessments and other work-related and academic achievements.

A copy of the student’s employability profile(s) must be maintained in the student’s permanent record. An employability profile will provide students with a better understanding of how others view their strengths and the skills they may need to continue to work on to realize their goals; summarizes their work-experiences, skills, abilities, knowledge and talents to assist in the development of a resume; and provides potential employers with evidence of work-skills attained.

Attachment 4 provides the State’s model Employability Profile form which may be used to meet the documentation requirements for an award of the NYS CDOS Commencement Credential.

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Employability Profile - p-12 - New York State Education Department

www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/publications/CDOScredential-att4.pdf

Addendum C

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NYS Multiple PathwaysToward Graduation:

Now I have a true understanding of the CTE & CDOS Pathways !

QUESTIONS ?

Bernard P. Pierorazio

NYS CTE Technical Assistance Center

bernard@spnet.us

914-588-1944

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