Alaska's CTE Plan: Past, Present & Future Presented to: 2014 Alaska ACTE Professional Development Conference, Anchorage Tuesday, October 21, 2014 – 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Presented by: Curtis Clough, State CTE Director, Alaska Dept. of Education & Early Development Marcia Olson, CTE Coordinator, Alaska Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development Fred Villa, Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs for Workforce Programs, University of Alaska Statewide Session Overview Alaska CTE Plan… • Review • Present • Future Alaska’s CTE Delivery System: Alaska Department of Education & Early Development Alaska’s CTE Delivery System: Alaska Department of Education & Early Development • Alaska Department of Education & Early Development responsibilities: – Support public education system for students, grades PK-12 • Summary of Alaska’s Secondary Schools: – 294 schools serve grades 9-12 – of those, 213 schools are K-12 – 44 are comprehensive high schools – 3 are magnet CTE high schools – 1 is a state-run boarding high school – High school enrollment ranges from under 10 to over 2,000 http://education.alaska.gov/tls/CTE/ Alaska’s CTE Delivery System: Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development • Statewide Workforce Development Plans • AVTEC • Workforce Investment Services & Programs • Grants to Training Providers • Labor Market Information http://www.labor.alaska.gov/ Alaska’s CTE Delivery System: University of Alaska http://www.alaska.edu/research/wp/ CTE Plan History CTE Action Committee • • • • Business and Industry Alaska Legislature State Agencies School Districts (Teachers, Counselors, Administrators, Boards) • Alaska PTA • Alaska Native Corporations • University System CTE Partnerships CTE Action Team Meets Regularly Endorsement of Lead Agency Boards Foundation of the CTE Partnership Support of Agency Executive Leadership Advisory Committee Meets Annually CTE Plan Overview CTE Plan Support • Alaska State Board of Education & Early Development • Alaska Workforce Investment Board • University of Alaska Board of Regents Alaska CTE Plan: Six Strategies 1. 2. 3. 4. Transitions Curriculum Delivery Models Develop CTE Professionals 5. Facilities 6. Funding CTE Plan Today • Updated Letter of Support • CTE Plan Update • CTE Website CTE Plan Future • Expanding Partnerships • Initiatives • Opportunities Questions Thank You Curtis Clough State CTE Director Alaska Department of Education & Early Development [email protected] 907-465-8730 Fred Villa Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs for Workforce Programs University of Alaska [email protected] 907-450-8019 Marcia Olson CTE Coordinator Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development [email protected] 907-269-3018 The CTE brand logo, brand positioning theme and brand extensions are the property of NASDCTEc.