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Wisconsin Career and Technical Education Coordinator
Fall Workshop
November 10, 2014

Welcome and Keynote

  • Robin Kroyer-Kubicek, Career Pathways Consultant, DPI
  • Sharon Wendt, CTE Director, DPI

The Wisconsin Career Pathways Systems Approach Panel

Career Pathways – Connecting Seamless Education and Workforce

  • Sheila Briggs, Assistant State Superintendent, Division for Academic Excellence, DPI
  • Kathleen Cullen, Provost and Vice President of Student Success, WTCS
  • Scott Jansen, Director, Division of Employment & Training, DWD

Breakout Sessions 1

·         The ACT High School Assessments:  Aspire, ACT, & WorkKeys

o   Peggy Roush, College & Career Readiness Assessment Coordinator, DPI

·         Academic & Career Planning (ACP) Project Updates

o   Gregg Curtis, School Counseling Consultant, DPI

·         Local Career Pathways Implementation at the HS and Tech College

o   Jonathan Feld, Director HS Articulation & Transfer, Milwaukee Area Technical College

Breakout Sessions 2

·         The Work-Based Learning Spectrum:  Building Capacity

o   Dale Hanson, CTE Director, Appleton Area School District

o   Rita O’Brien, CTE Program Leader, Appleton Area School District

·         Leveraging Labor Market Data in K12

o   Nelse Grundvig, Section Chief, Labor Market Information, DWD

o   Laura Schmidt, Interim Director College & Career Readiness, New Berlin School District

o   Jesse Annoye, School Counselor, New Berlin School District

·         Youth Options & Course Options Updates

o   Kevin Miller, Dual Enrollment Consultant, DPI

Breakout Sessions 3

·         Administering Perkins Grants- single School Districts

o   Roselynn Bittorf, Grant Specialist, DPI

o   Eric Busse, Federal Aids Representative, DPI

·         Engaging Business partners with your local or regional Brand

o   Mark Wurl, Job Center Linkage Analyst, DWD

o   Lori Peacock, CTE Partnerships & Program Coordinator, Green Bay Area Public Schools

·         Academic & Career Planning (ACP) Project Updates 

o   Gregg Curtis, School Counseling Consultant, DPI

Breakout Sessions 4

·         Administering Perkins Grants - Consortiums & CESAs

o   Roselynn Bittorf, Grant Specialist, DPI

o   Eric Busse, Federal Aids Representative, DPI

·         Partnering with your local Workforce Development Board for Career Development

o   Ellen Umentum, WIA Youth Case Manager, Waukesha-Ozaukee-Washington County Workforce Development Board

o   Jim Nelson, Special Education, Sussex-Hamilton HS

 

2014 CTE Advocacy, Data, and Accountability Workshop

CTE & Perkins Updates:

Course Options, Youth Options & Dual Credit

ACP & LMI

EE & SLO

CTE Month & Social Media

Distance Education Delivery of Secondary CTE Certification

 

 

2013 CTE Advocacy, Data, and Accountability Workshop Handouts

The State of CTE

The Data Story--Data & Advocacy

Educator Effectiveness

Data Resources

 

Disclaimer--Data Limitations
Integrity of Data Disseminated in an Electronic Medium
Revised: June 25, 1999

 

The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has made a reasonable effort to ensure that the attached data/records are up-to-date, accurate, complete, and comprehensive at the time of disclosure. These records reflect data as reported to this agency by the educational community we serve for the reporting period indicated. These records are a true and accurate representation of the data on file at the DPI. Authenticated information is only accurate as of the point in time of validation and verification. The Department of Public Instruction is not responsible for data that is misinterpreted or altered in any way. Derived conclusions and analysis generated from this data are not to be considered attributable to the Department of Public Instruction. Willful intent to alter and intentional tampering with public records is punishable under s. 946.72, Wis. Stats. Offenses against computer data and programs are punishable under s. 943.70 (2), Wis. Stats.

For questions about this information, contact Robin Kroyer-Kubicek (608) 266-2022