CDE Resources for Reopening CTE Programs
The Career and College Transition Division (CCTD) has produced this guidance document focusing exclusively on CTE. It is intended to be an additional, but critical resource for local boards of education and administrators as they consider offering and teaching CTE programs. The guidance is particularly important for CTE teachers to make sure that the curriculum offered and taught remains high-quality even as they take into consideration all the necessary measures for a safe classroom environment.
Board Highlights Newsletters
CAROCP Constitution (February 2016)
CAROCP By-Laws (revised June 2016)
CAROCP Brand Guidelines – download this document for logo usage guidelines, digital and print color matching information and typeface specifications.
CAROCP Logo – click the desired format below:
- ZIP (Contains all vector, jpg, and png file formats)
Letter regarding Perkins Reauthorization – From ACTE and Advance CTE to the House Labor-HHS ED Appropriations Subcommittee
Legislative Priorities – As the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is being implemented, we are seeing a decrease in resources being spent on Career Technical Education (CTE), in CTE course offerings, and in CTE opportunities being provided to California students. These decreases are not happening in every county or district in the state, but are happening in most. Download this concept paper for a description of the problem, a solution and talking points.
CTE Workforce Pipeline Infographic
Advocacy Resources (Tool Kit) – Learn what makes an effective legislative advocate.
Capitol Advisors Group
925 L Street, Suite 1200
Sacramento, CA 95814
Gerry Shelton, CAROCP Legislative Advocate
SUCCESS SHOWCASE SYSTEM
As part of our ongoing effort to better tell our story and showcase our value to funders, please submit your customer testimonials, success stories and program innovations. A description of each is noted below, along with instructions on how to submit.
Submit a Student Success Story – A success story is a written story or a video submission about one of your students and how your program positively affected him/her in achieving success in one or more various ways: a) academic success in preparing to further his/her education; b) getting work-based experiences (e.g. internship, job shadow etc); and/or c) getting a job. Click this link to submit, and view the far right hand column for an example of a student success story. When you have finished completing the brief form, click submit.
Submit a Testimonial – A testimonial is a first-hand quote from a customer or partner about the value or impact of your program(s). A customer or partner can be a student, business, education partner or school district member. Click this link to submit, and view the far right hand column for an example of a customer testimonial. When you have finished completing the brief form, click submit.
Submit an Innovation – An innovation is an example of the ways in which your program has partnered with education, business and industry or other community organizations to uniquely serve your students. This maybe be submitted in written format or as a video. Click this link to submit, and view the far right hand column for an example of an innovation submission. When you have finished completing the brief form, click submit.
For questions, contact Tracie Zerpoli, California Association of Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (CAROCP)