This guide captures the information and considerations that CTE leaders and stakeholders identified as being key to establishing a data protocol/framework.
At a Glance Monroe Career & Technical Institute (MCTI) administrators developed a rubric to measure the overall effectiveness of the institutes Career and Technical Education (CTE) program and individual program areas. Overview In order to measure school-wide and program-specific effectiveness at MCTI, the rubric for the school-wide and the CTE program report cards contains seven … Continue reading CTE Institutional and Individual Program Report Cards
At a Glance Beaver County Career & Technology Center administrators and staff created and implemented a Special Education Communication Protocol that addresses CTE and Local Education Agency responsibilities to ensure that students with IEPs or 504 plans receive the necessary services to succeed. Overview The staff at Beaver County Career & Technology Center (BCCTC) developed … Continue reading Protocol to Assure Special Population Students Succeed in CTE Programs
At a Glance Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center (HCCTC) automated the co-op feedback process for employers by moving pertinent forms online. Overview HCCTC placed weekly grading and skills grading forms online for employers to use when rating students in co-op placements. Administrators created a Google form, and it populates a spreadsheet. An extension of … Continue reading Cooperative Education Rating Forms for Employers
At a Glance York County School of Technology (York Tech) increased the response rate to the CTC student follow-up survey by switching from an online survey to a phone survey. Overview In order to improve the response rate and collect more extensive data, York Tech Assistant Director Scott Rogers decided to take a new approach … Continue reading Graduate Follow-Up Surveys