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Posted April 6, 2017

Teacher Workshop Review: Mike Stanton, Consultant for NM PED College and Career Readiness Bureau

March 31st from 8:30am to noon in the CNM Workforce Training Center, I am facilitating a workshop to review some of the existing career technical education sections and courses for high school in the State’s Curriculum system to determine course updates, additions and deletions for career technical education electives. 

Thank you for all your organization has done to support the work to improve the State Career Education Pathways and Programs for High School. Over a year ago you helped with Phase One of my work. Today I am asking all of your members of the Film Advisory Committee  again to share your experience and expertise as it will be invaluable for the continuation of work to improve outcomes and opportunities for students. 

 

 

I am a consultant for the NM PED’s College and Career Readiness Bureau. My research and development is supporting Career Education programs in high schools and leading to Workforce and Economic Development in the greater Albuquerque area and working to improve Career Technical Education (CTE) all across New Mexico. Phase One of my work was organizing 79 programs of study for all 16 Career Clusters for high school electives. In Phase Two I created the first of its kind New Mexico Career Clusters Guide, a 145 page book for students, parents, teachers, administrators, postsecondary partners, and others involved in helping student career exploration and goal setting for Next Step Plans.

 

Phase Three in improving CTE in New Mexico is where I really need your help. On March 31st from 8:30am to noon in the CNM Workforce Training Center, I am facilitating a workshop to review some of the existing career technical education sections and courses for high school in the State’s Curriculum system to determine course updates, additions and deletions for career technical education electives. 

 

I need to include 1 or 2 postsecondary and industry reps from each of the Career Clusters listed below for our upcoming workshop. It would mean a lot if you could help represent your Industry Sector at this event.

 

We will have groups from the following: Health Science, Hospitality & Tourism, Public Safety, Corrections & Security, Human Services, Audio/Video Technology & Communications, Business, Management & Administration, Finance, Marketing, Sales & Service, Transportation, Distribution & Logistics.

 

This important work for the College and Career Readiness Bureau is unique as it is the first time working groups of school district curriculum leaders, postsecondary instructors, and industry representatives have worked together to review the existing Career Technical Education sections and courses in the state’s Student Teacher Accountability Reporting System (STARS) and determine course updates, additions and deletions.

 

Your participation in this important work will be part of recommendations I will make to the PED regarding the more than 320 Career Technical Education elective courses. Participants will be able to use the knowledge and experience gained to further their own Workforce and Career Pathway programs and plans being developed with Mission Graduate. 

 

Thanks for your time and consideration. Please reply today to this message to confirm your spot at our workshop on the 31st.

Respectfully,

Mike

 

 

Michael P. Stanton, Ph.D

Stanton Consulting Services

cell: 505-400-0172

Twitter: @drmpstanton

Skype: drmpstanton

stanton_m@me.com

http://www.stantonconsultingservices.com

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