SLC & CTE
“Making the Merge Work”
“Is this CTE
progress or CTE
chaos?”
“Teacher
Does it All”
Is the core
teacher now
responsible?
•Content Standards
•CTE Attributes
•CTE Standards
•SLC Theme
•Internships
Students:
College Prepared & Career Ready
Operational Initiatives
The Bridge
Instructional Practice
CRRE Education
A-G Implementation
CTE Pathways
Small Learning Communities
English Learner Strategies
Small Schools
Personalization
Personalized Learning
Environments
21st Century Skills
AVID Strategies
California Partnership
Academies (CPA)
Rigor and Relevance
Framework
SLC Vision
Building Common Vision
 Developing an Instructional Plan
 Creating Personalization
 Building Supportive Structures (Purity/CS/Partners)
 Aligning SLC Themes to CTE Pathways
 Using resources and services to support
the SLC Vision

Improving Student Achievement
Curriculum,
Instruction,
& Assessment
Personalization
IMPROVED
STUDENT
ACHIEVEMENT
Structure
CTE is NOT Vocational Ed
Combination of Academic (Rigor) & Occupational Knowledge
“College Prepared, Career Ready”
LAUSD Superintendent Brewer
Definition
Career Technical Education
A program of study that
involves a multi-year
sequence of courses
that integrates core
academic knowledge
with technical and
occupational knowledge
to provide students with
a pathway to
postsecondary
education and careers.
(CA Dept. of Ed)
LAUSD
Initiatives
SLC – Bulletin 1600
A-G Requirements
Instruction/CRRE/
MCD/EL
•CTE Graduation
•Dropout Recovery
•Perkins Grant
CTE Elements
#1 – CTE Courses
CTE Sequence, Framework
Sector/ Pathways, &
Culminate w/Certificate
#2 - CTE Courses
Align w/SLC Vision & Identity
Collaboration, Block Schedule,
Provide Project Based Learning
•Prop 1D/QZAB
#3 – CTE Programs should
have:
•Regional Occupational
(ROP)
Industry/Business partners.
•California Partnership
Academy (CPA)
Post secondary articulations.
Trade advisory meetings.
CTE = Vocational Ed
CTE/A-G Connection Tool
1. School
Complex/SLC

SLC Name:

SLC
Vision:

SLC
Thematic
Electives:
(Refer to your
Approved
SLC Design
Proposals)
2. CA Industry
Sectors
(Refer to the
Industry
Sector/
Career
Pathway
Matrix)
3. Career Pathways
4. Courses Available
5. Courses Needed
(Refer to the
Industry
Sector/
Career
Pathway
Matrix)
(Refer to your (Refer to the
Site CL17
ROP list or
or UC/CSU
LAUSD
Approved
New
Course
Course
List to list
Offering
courses
Bulletin)
available
presently)
Career Pathways
Career Technical Education
CTE Course Sequence
Career Technical Education requires a
multi-level sequence of courses
Introductory
Concentrator
Capstone
Introductory Class –
Concentrator Class –
Capstone Class –
Provides students an
entrance into the field of
learning.
Reinforces the initial skills,
vocabulary, and allows to
students a focused
concentration on learning.
A course which requires
students to make real life
application of the academic
and technical knowledge
learned within the pathway.
IGP with A-G Requirements
A-G Requirements

a l History/Social Science – 2 years required

b l English – 4 years required

c l Mathematics – 3 years required, 4 years recommended

d l Laboratory Science – 2 years required, 3 years recommended

e l Language Other than English – 2 years required, 3 years recommended

f l Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) – 1 year required

g l College-Preparatory Electives – 1 year required
Two years of history/social science, including one year of world history, cultures and geography; and one year
of U.S. history or one-half year of U.S. history and one-half year of civics or American government.
Four years of college-preparatory English that include frequent and regular writing, and reading of classic and
modern literature. No more than one year of ESL-type courses can be used to meet this requirement.
Three years of college-preparatory mathematics that include the topics covered in elementary and advanced
algebra and two- and three-dimensional geometry. Approved integrated math courses may be used to fulfill
part or all of this requirement, as may math courses taken in the seventh and eighth grades that your high
school accepts as equivalent to its own math courses.
Two years of laboratory science providing fundamental knowledge in at least two of these three foundational
subjects: biology, chemistry and physics. Advanced laboratory science classes that have biology, chemistry or
physics as prerequisites and offer substantial additional material may be used to fulfill this requirement, as
may the final two years of an approved three-year integrated science program that provides rigorous coverage
of at least two of the three foundational subjects.
Two years of the same language other than English. Courses should emphasize speaking and understanding,
and include instruction in grammar, vocabulary, reading, composition and culture. Courses in languages other
than English taken in the seventh and eighth grades may be used to fulfill part of this requirement if your high
school accepts them as equivalent to its own courses.
A single yearlong approved arts course from a single VPA discipline: dance, drama/theater, music or visual art.
One year (two semesters), in addition to those required in "a-f" above, chosen from the following areas: visual
and performing arts (non-introductory level courses), history, social science, English, advanced mathematics,
laboratory science and language other than English (a third year in the language used for the "e" requirement
or two years of another language).
Development of CTE Sequence
within a Business SLC
School
Complex/SLC
BIZ SLC Vision
 Business Vision
-------------------------
 Finance Vision
------------------------ Entrepreneurship
Vision
CA Industry
Sectors
Career Pathways
Courses
Available
Courses Needed
Finance and
Business
Information
Technology
------------------
 Accounting
 E-commerce
 Banking and
Related Services
 Entrepreneurship
 Professional Sales
and Marketing
 Media Support
Services
(Use CL17 to
list courses
available
presently)
• ROP course
offerings
• Other LAUSD
approved courses
• New and
Experimental
Course Bulletin
• Exploratory work
experience or
internships
• College or adult
courses
• Occupational
Center courses
Finance and
Business
-----------------Marketing,
Sales,
Service
CTE
Business SLC
CTE Introductory Courses
Business Organization
Introduction to Business
Careers
Introduction to Graphic
Communications
Business Law
CTE Concentration Courses
English
10 (with a
business emphasis) (B)
Business English
Business Management
Consumer Economic Law
Communications
Technology
Graphic Communications:
Digital Imaging*
Business Economics* (G)
General Fund
Adult School
CTE Capstone Courses
Graphic
Communications:
Digital
Imaging*
Commercial
Photographer*
Desktop Publisher
Store Manager/Small
Business Ownership*(G)
AP Economics
AP Microeconomics
AP Macroeconomics
Business Internship
(* ROP)
Community Colleges
CTE
Graphic Arts Technology (GAT)
CTE Introductory Courses
Exploring Technology
Technology Core
Drafting
Graphic
Communications
(Introduction)




CTE Concentration Courses
Graphic Arts/
Communications
• Graphic
 Communications: Digital
Prepress*
 Communications
 Technology
 Photography Production
(a-g)

General Fund
Adult School
CTE Capstone Courses
Graphic
Communications:
Presswork*
Desktop Publisher*
Photography*
AP Photography
AP Studio Art
Internship

(* ROP)
Community Colleges
California Career Technical Education: 21st
Century Standards

Teach rigorous academic concepts within
the CTE curriculum

Replace the narrow job-skill-oriented
vocational programs of the past

Link CTE courses directly to ELA, Math,
Science, History and Arts standards
SLC and CTE Planning Sheet/ PIRATE HEALTH AND FITNESS - PiFi
Tasks:
Identify industry sector (s) and career pathways that best align to your SLC and the current course offerings at the site.
Develop a possible CTE scope and sequence using the three course levels of CTE.
Identify existing electives that support and determine course needs to complete the three levels of your CTE sequence.
(Using the CL17 and the UC A-G approved course list)
CTE Course
Sequence
Career
Pathway
Career
Pathway
Career
Pathway
Partnerships
Possibilities
Selected
Pathways ->
Support
Services
Therapeutic
Services
Food, Science,
Nutrition
UCLA Harbor Medical
Little Co of Mary
Kaiser Hospital
Level 1
Introductory
Course
Medical
Terminology
Team Sport
Body
Dynamics
Foods/Nutrition
Speakers from the
Partners
Introductory Fieldtrip
Chemistry
Algebra 2
Physiology/
Anatomy
Med. Term
(Nursing-CNA)
AP Biology
Sports
Therapy
Sports
Medicine
(ROP)
Physiology
Food Nutrition 2
Chemistry
Algebra 2
Fieldtrips to Work
Sites
AP Environmental
Science
PE Leadership
Physical
Therapy
(ROP)
AP Physics
Physics
Beyond School
Internship –
Health/HMO Groups
Community Free
Clinics
UCLA Harbor
Medical
Center
SPHS Student
Community Health
Fair
Summer
Internships/Jobs
9-10th Grade
Level 2
Concentrator
Course
11-12th Grade
Level 3
Capstone
Course
11-12th Grade
Internship
Opportunity
11-12th Grade
Community
Service /Volunteer
Little Co. of Mary
UCLA Health
Career Job
Shadowing
Career Fairs @ SPHS
Health Fair
Summary

A-G Provides Instructional Rigor

CTE Provides Academic Personalization

SLC Provides the Structure to Bring Both
Together
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