Connections… - ESC 11

Connections… - ESC 11

Connection s From CTE coherent sequences to FHSP endorsements Sort it out! July 2015 Take several index cards the more you think you know the more you need! List facts about the Foundation High School Graduation program. One per card. Do this individually. Review facts within your group and sort into categories. Label categories

Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 2 Foundation High School Program Graduation Requirements CTE Foundation of Endorsements TEA HB 5 page: http://tea.texas.gov/graduation-requirements/hb5.aspx July 2015 Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 3 FOUNDATION HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM (BETTER KNOWN AS HB 5)

The intent of HB5 Accountability, Assessment and Graduation Plans The goals: the development of a more diverse workforce sending students to the postsecondary level more prepared The understanding is that each students path to the workforce is unique Key Provisions High School Graduation Requirements To receive a high school diploma, a student entering Grade 9 in 2014-2015 school year and thereafter must complete the following: the Foundation High School Program testing requirements (English I & II, Algebra I, Biology, and U.S. History)

demonstrate proficiency in professional communication Assessments Foundation Advanced Courses SBOE Rule English Language Arts English IV Independent Study in Journalism Independent Study in English Advanced Broadcast Journalism III Literary Genres Advanced Journalism: Newspaper III

Creative Writing Advanced Journalism: Yearbook III Research & Technical Writing AP English Literature and Composition Humanities IB Language Studies A1 Higher Level Public Speaking III Business English (CTE) Oral Interpretation III Debate III

Locally developed ELA course or other activity [pursuant to Communication Applications TEC, 28.002(g-1)] College Prep ELA [pursuant to TEC, 28.014] Foundation Advanced Courses SBOE Rule Third Mathematics Credit *Mathematical Models with Applications AP Calculus BC *Mathematical Applications in AFNR (CTE) AP Computer Science

*Digital Electronics (CTE/PLTW) IB Mathematical Studies Standard Level (SL) *Robotics Programming and Design (Tech Apps) IB Mathematics SL Algebra II IB Mathematics Higher Level (HL) Precalculus IB Further Mathematics HL AQR Engineering Mathematics (CTE) Discrete Mathematics for Problem

Solving Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Independent Study in Mathematics Statistics & Risk Management (CTE) AP Statistics Locally developed math course or other activity [pursuant to TEC, 28.002(g-1)] AP Calculus AB Mathematics course endorsed by an IHE [pursuant to TEC, 28.025(b-5) Algebraic Reasoning (in development for implementation in 2015-2016) Statistics (in development for implementation in

2015-2016) Foundation Advanced Courses SBOE Rule (laboratory-based) Science Credit Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC) Physics Chemistry Principles of Technology (CTE) AP Chemistry AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based IB Chemistry

IB Physics Foundation Advanced Courses SBOE Rule Science Credit Chemistry IB Physics Physics IB Environmental Systems Aquatic Science Advanced Animal Science (CTE) Astronomy Advanced Plant and Soil Science (CTE)

Earth and Space Science Anatomy and Physiology (CTE) Environmental Systems Medical Microbiology (CTE) AP Biology Pathophysiology (CTE) AP Chemistry Food Science (CTE) AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based Forensic Science (CTE) AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Advanced Biotechnology (CTE) AP Physics C Principles of Technology (CTE) AP Environmental Science Scientific Research & Design (CTE) IB Biology Engineering Design & Problem Solving (CTE) IB Chemistry Principles of Engineering (CTE/PLTW) Locally developed science course or other activity [pursuant to TEC,

Science course endorsed by an IHE [pursuant to TEC, 28.025(b-5)] Fourth Mathematics Credit to earn an endorsement Algebra II IB Mathematical Studies SL Precalculus IB Mathematics SL Advanced Quantitative Reasoning IB Mathematics HL Independent Study in Mathematics IB Further Mathematics HL

Discrete Mathematics for Problem Solving Engineering Mathematics AP Statistics Statistics and Risk Management AP Calculus AB Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science AP Calculus BC Locally developed math course or other activity [TEC 28.002 (g-1)]

AP Computer Science Mathematics course endorsed by IHE [TEC 28.025(b-5)] *Math Models (2014-2015 only) College Prep Math [TEC 28.014] Courses on this list can be taken before or after: Math Models, Math Apps in AFNR, Digital Electronics, Robotics Programming and Design Algebraic Reasoning (2015Statistics (2015-2016) The 4-2-1 endorsement principle 4

4 credits in CTE courses 2 2 courses from the same cluster 1 1 ADVANCED CTE course The final course determines the area of endorsement Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 14 STEM Additional Required Courses: Algebra II, Chemistry & Physics Career Clusters: STEM Other Course Options:

Science Advanced math (above Algebra II) Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 En do rs e s men t 15 Business & Industry Additional Required Courses: Additional Math and Science Career Clusters: Agriculture, Architecture, Audio/Video Technology, Business, Finance, Hospitality,

Information Technology, Manufacturing, Marketing, and Transportation Other Course Options: Debate Newspaper Yearbook Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 16 Public Services Additional Required Courses: Additional Math and Science Career Clusters: Education, Health Science, and Human Services Other course Options:

JROTC Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 17 Arts & Humanities Additional Required Courses: Additional Math and *Science *(may be substituted with parent approval for another course in ELA, Social Studies, LOTE or Fine Arts) Other Course Options: Social Studies Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Fine Arts Art, Dance, Music, & Theatre Provided by Education Service Center Region 11

18 Multidisciplinary Studies Additional Required Courses: Additional Math and Science Includes Courses Directly Related to: Advanced Courses (prepares for workforce or postsecondary education) 4 x 4 (includes English 4, Chemistry and/or Physics) Advanced Placement or Dual Credit Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 19 Distinguished Level of Achievement Requirements for Foundation HSP Requirements for at least 1

endorsement 4 credits in Science 4 credits in Mathematics, including Algebra II Performance Acknowledgements A student may earn a performance acknowledgement: for outstanding performance in a dual credit course in bilingualism and biliteracy on an AP test or IB exam on the PSAT, the ACT-Plan, the SAT or the ACT For earning a nationally or internationally recognized business or industry certification of license

Programs of Study and the Personal Graduation Plan Education Service Center Region 11 22 House Bill 5 Requirement A school district shall ensure that each student, on entering ninth grade, indicates in writing an endorsement that the student intends to earn. A district shall permit a student to choose, at any time, to earn an endorsement other than the endorsement the student previously indicated. Source: House Bill 5, Section 16, Section 28.025, (b) The SBOE by rule shall provide students with multiple options for earning each endorsement, including, to the greatest extent possible, coherent sequences of courses.

Source: House Bill 5, Section 16, Section 28.025, (c-1) Education Service Center Region 11 23 POS and PGP Side-bySide A Program A Personal Graduation of Study is: Plan is: an advisement tool for students, parents, and counselors. a map for college and career readiness aligned to an occupational objective.

developed by stakeholders to ensure relevant, accurate information. a working document used by counselors to track student completion of graduation requirements. a tool used to document grades, assessment outcomes, etc. during high school. an opportunity for students and counselors to meet individualized student needs. Education Service Center Region 11 24 House Bill 5 Definition JUNIOR HIGH / MIDDLE SCHOOL

PERSONAL GRADUATION PLAN Beginning with the 2015-2015 school year. Principal of a junior high or middle school shall designate a school counselor, teacher, or other appropriate individual to develop and administer a personal graduation plan for each student enrolled in the junior high or middle school who: does not perform satisfactorily on an assessment instrument administered under Subchapter B, Chapter 39 is not likely to receive a high school diploma before the fifth school year following the students enrollment in grade level nine, as determined by the district. Provided by Education Service Center Region 11

25 House Bill 5 Definition A personal graduation plan under this section must: Identify educational goals for the student Include diagnostic information Appropriate monitoring and intervention Include an intensive instruction program

Address participation of the student s parent or guardian Consideration of the parent s or guardian s educational expectations for the student Provide innovative methods to promote the student s flexible scheduling Alternative learning environments on-line instruction Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 advancement 26

Counseling Requirements The agency shall prepare and make available to each school district in English and Spanish information that explains the advantages of the distinguished level of achievement and each endorsement Addressing ce per nt 10 p o et h t in k n ra s s

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one o offer r more e ndor ed sem ents en as cou r a P sist age GP stu s p de ar nt e n s w ts i th t o ch Graduation Toolkit oo se http://tea.texas.gov/communications/brochures.

aspx Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 27 (e) A school district may not prevent a student and the student s parent or guardian from confirming a personal graduation plan that includes pursuit of a distinguished level of achievement or an endorsement. (f) A student may amend the student s personal graduation plan after the initial confirmation of the plan under this section. If a student amends the student s personal graduation plan, the school shall send written notice to the student s parents. Education Service Center Region 11 28 The personal graduation plan options reviewed must include the distinguished level of

achievement described by Section 28.025(b-15) and the endorsements described by Section 28.025(c-1). Education Service Center Region 11 29 (d)A personal graduation plan under Subsection (c) must identify a course of study that: (1)promotes: (A)college and workforce readiness; and (B)career placement and advancement; and (2)facilitates the student s transition from secondary to postsecondary education. Education Service Center Region 11 30

Before the conclusion of the school year, the student and the student s parent or guardian must confirm and sign a personal graduation plan for the student. Education Service Center Region 11 31 Business & Industry Education Service Center Region 11 32 Education Service Center Region 11 33

HB 18 Each school district must provide instruction to students in grade seven or eight in preparing for high school, college, and a career. The instruction must include information regarding the following: Creation of a high school personal graduation plan Distinguished level of achievement Each endorsement College readiness standards Potential career choices and the education needed to enter those careers July 2015 Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 34 Counselors Each school counselor at an elementary, middle, or junior high school, including an open-enrollment charter school offering

those grades, shall advise students and their parents or guardians regarding the importance of postsecondary [higher] education, coursework designed to prepare students for postsecondary [higher] education, and financial aid availability and requirements. Career Development Spans All Grades Steps to Success Employment: Career Advancement Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning Postsecondary: Career Preparation Achieving credentials: college, certification, apprenticeship, military 9-12: Programs of Study Related to a Career Goal Academics and technical courses, intensive guidance, individual graduation plans Grade 8: Career Exploration and Transition Develop graduation plans based upon personal interest/cluster areas 6-8: Initial Career Exploration

Discovering interest areas K-5: Understanding the Importance and Value of Work and Jobs Introduction to the world of careers Education Service Center Region 11 36 Contact Information Susan Patterson Coordinator, Accountability, Assessment, & Federal Programs 817-740-7579 [email protected] Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 37 References TEA graduation tool kit: http://tea.texas.gov/communications/brochures.aspx ESC Region 11 CTE http://www.esc11.net/domain/486

AchieveTexas, www.achievetexas.org Association for Career and Technical Education, www.acteonline.org National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium, www.careertech.org/state_profile/show/Texas Scott, J. L., & Sarkees-Wircenski, M. (2004). Overview of Career and Technical Education (3rd ed.). Homewood, IL: American Technical States' Career Clusters Initiative (SCCI), www.careerclusters.org/index.php Office of Vocational and Adult Education, www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/cte/index.html The Career Clusters icons are being used with permission of the: States Career Clusters Initiative, 2007,www.careerclusters.org Career and Technology Website, www.cte.unt.edu Provided by Education Service Center Region 11 38

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