Career Technical Education/ROP
Louise Stymeist, Director
SCOE is the fiscal agent for a $15 million grant from the California Career Pathways Trust (CCPT), awarded by the State of California to the regional Capital Region Academies for the Next Economy Consortium. The one-time funding is part of a new state program designed to help students graduate from high school prepared to succeed in college and careers. There is one overall objective: transform students into the premier technological and entrepreneurial workforce for the next economy.
$15 Million Awarded
The California Career Pathways Trust Grant was awarded to four county offices of education and 18 school districts dedicated to supporting Career Pathways in the region.
6 Pathways Targeted
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Food Production
- Construction & Clean Energy
- Engineering & Engineering Services
- Health Services & Biological Sciences
- Information & Communication Technologies
- Integrate rigorous academics into Career Technical Curriculum
- Align and articulate High School and College Curriculum
- Develop a regional system of Work-Based Learning activities
- Create personalized support to ensure student success
- Integrating business & entrepreneurship in all pathways
- 2014-15: Develop Systems
- 2015-16: Strengthen Systems
- 2016-17: Refine Systems
CRANE is a consortium of 22 local education agencies, including county offices of education and school districts with many other post-secondary, industry, civic/government, and community based partners.
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