EHBF(LEGAL) - SPECIAL PROGRAMS: CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Career and Technology Program

Distinguished Achievement in Career and Technology Education

  1. Receive specific education in a career and technology profession that leads to postsecondary education or meets or exceeds business or industry standards;
  2. Obtain from a district an award for distinguished achievement in career and technology education and a stamp or other notation on the student's transcript that indicates receipt of the award.

Contracts with Other Entities

Insurance

Applicability

Federal CTE Funding

Program Evaluation

Special Populations

Definition

  1. An individual with a disability [see EHBAB];
  2. An individual from an economically disadvantaged family, including low-income youth and adults;
  3. An individual preparing for nontraditional fields;
  4. A single parent, including a single pregnant woman;
  5. An out-of-workforce individual;
  6. An English learner;
  7. A homeless individual described in Section 725 of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act;
  8. Youth who are in, or have aged out of, the foster care system; and
  9. Youth with a parent who is a member of the armed forces and is on active duty.

Students with Disabilities

  1. The ARD committee shall include a representative from career and technical education, preferably the teacher, when considering initial or continued placement of a student in career and technical education program;
  2. Planning for the student shall be coordinated among career and technical education, special education, and state rehabilitation agencies and should include a coherent sequence of courses;
  3. A district shall monitor to determine if the instruction being provided a student with a disability in career and technical education classes is consistent with the student's IEP;
  4. A district shall provide supplementary services that each student with a disability needs to successfully complete a career and technical education program, such as curriculum modification, equipment modification, classroom modification, supportive personnel, and instructional aids and devices;
  5. A district shall help fulfill the transitional service requirements of the IDEA of 2004 and implementing regulations, state statutes, and rules of the commissioner for each student with a disability who is completing a coherent sequence of career and technical education courses; and
  6. When determining placement in a career and technical education classroom, the ARD committee shall consider a student's graduation plan, the content of the individual transition plan, the IEP, and classroom supports. Enrollment numbers should not create a harmful effect on student learning for a student with or without disabilities in accordance with the provisions in the IDEA of 2004 and its implementing regulations.

Student Organizations

  1. Business Professionals of America (BPA);
  2. DECA;
  3. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA);
  4. FFA;
  5. Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA);
  6. Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA);
  7. Technology Student Association (TSA); and
  8. Skills USA.

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EHBF(LEGAL)-P

UPDATE 113

DATE ISSUED: 5/31/2019