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Preparing Students for the
Future Workforce

Chris Droessler

Careers of the Future Consultant

NC Department of Public Instruction

Chris.Droessler@dpi.nc.gov

www.ctpnc.org/presentations

NC High School Graduation Rate


80.2% 2011
-
2012


77.9% 2010
-
2011


74.2% 2009
-
2010


71.8% 2008
-
2009


70.3% 2007
-
2008


69.5% 2006
-
2007


68.3% 2005
-
2006

2009 USA HS Graduation Rate is 75.5%


NC Board of Education Mission

Every public school student will graduate
from high school,
globally competitive for
work

and
postsecondary education

and
prepared for life in the 21st Century.

Education Plan


All
students must graduate
from

high school and
be
career,

college
,
and citizenship
ready.

Career and Technical Education


Biotechnology &
Agriscience

Research


e
-
Commerce


Culinary Arts and Hospitality


Biomedical Innovations


Sports and Entertainment Marketing


Advanced Game Art and Design


Computer Integrated Manufacturing


Engineering Design and Development


Scientific and Technical Visualization


Technology Design and Innovation


Automotive Computer System Diagnostics


Metals Manufacturing Technology


Network Engineering Technology

NC Board of Education Mission

Every public school student will graduate
from high school,
globally competitive for
work

and
postsecondary education

and
prepared for life in the 21st Century.

Fastest Growing Occup. in NC

Requiring Postsecondary Education

(Total Change in Positions Projected from 2008
-

2018)



22,800

Registered Nurses


6,710

Accountants and Auditors


5,370

Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education


5,160

Postsecondary Teachers


5,020

Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education


4,430

Physicians and surgeons


3,790

Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts


3,370

Business Operation Specialists, All Other


3,320

Construction Managers


3,290

Computer Software Engineers, Applications


3,160

Clergy


2,840

Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses


2,630

Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education


2,500

Real Estate Sales Agents


2,480

Paralegals and Legal Assistants


2,350

Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Fastest Declining Occup. in NC

(Total Change in Positions Projected from 2008
-

2018)



-
4210

Sewing Machine Operators


-
3730

Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders


-
3490

Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders


-
2610

First
-
Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers


-
2140

Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers


-
1690

Machine Feeders and Offbearers


-
1630

Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks


-
1610

Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators and Tenders


-
1550

Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand


-
1490

Computer Programmers


-
1460

Packers and Packagers, Hand


-
1460

Order Clerks


-
870

Helpers
--
Production Workers


-
820

Computer Operators


-
780

Industrial Production Managers


-
720

File Clerks


-
710

Data Entry Keyers


-
700

General and Operations Managers


-
690

Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners


-
690

Postal Service Mail Carriers


-
620

Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic


-
590

Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers


-
590

Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders


-
560

Upholsterers


-
550

Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
Plastic


-
550

Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders


-
530

Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Synthetic and
Glass Fibers


-
500

Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders


-
490

Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks


-
480

First
-
Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation and Material
-
Moving Machine
and Vehicle Operators


-
470

Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters


-
470

Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping


-
470

Chemical Plant and System Operators


-
460

Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service


-
450

Printing Machine Operators


-
440

Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic


-
430

Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials


-
400

Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and
Tenders, Metal and Plastic

Who’s Writing the Curriculum?


Educators? (state, county, school)


Business Persons?


Politicians?

What are we preparing students for?


More Education?


Entry
-
level Career?


Life?

Vs


HS Diploma


2
-
year Certificate


Associate Degree


Bachelor Degree


Master Degree


Doctoral Degree


Professional Degree


CompTIA


ServSafe


ProStart



CNA


ASE


NCCER


NIMS


PrintEd


AWS


2011
-
2012 School Year


27 different assessments


24,782 credentials earned


Most credentialed counties:


Onslow County


Wayne County

Student Credentialing

Economic Development Targets

Research Triangle Regional Partnership



Pharmaceuticals


Informatics


Agricultural Biotechnology


Pervasive Computing


Advanced Medical Care


Analytical Instrumentation


Nanoscale

Technologies


Clean/Green Technology


Defense Technologies


Interactive gaming and E
-
learning


Biological Agents / Infectious Diseases

NC Strategic Industry Clusters


Aviation and aerospace


Distribution and logistics


Food manufacturing


Life sciences and biotechnology


Energy and the green economy

Significant Discussions


Misalignment

of curriculum among

secondary schools, community colleges,
universities, and employers
creates barriers to
student success


Collaborative discussions
about curriculum
alignment across educational sectors are
often
random and voluntary


Few systems are in place
to institutionalize or
incentivize collaborative work to improve alignment

Myth # 1


All of the manufacturing is moving
from NC to China.

NC Board of Education Mission

Every public school student will graduate
from high school,
globally competitive for
work

and
postsecondary education

and
prepared for life in the 21st Century.

What is the Purpose of School?


Learning how to sit in rows.


Learning how to get up and move en masse at the sound of a
bell.


Learning how to stay in place for 45
-
minute increments.


Learning how to override your bodily functions.


Learning how to answer the questions that the person
standing in front of the room already knows the answer to.


It’s a training ground for behavioral management.


It’s the place where kids go to watch adults work really hard!

NC Board of Education Mission

Every public school student will graduate
from high school,
globally competitive for
work

and
postsecondary education

and
prepared for life in the 21st Century.

Essential Question



How can we improve our K
-
12
education system to better prepare our
students to be career and college
ready
?



What should we teach?


Connect Education and Business

S

T

E

M

Ed.

STEM
Education Is

…an infusion of


S
cience,

T
echnology,

E
ngineering,

M
athematics



understand complex
problems


prepare the next
generation of innovators



STEM Designation

S

T

E

M

science

11

engineering



STEM Attributes *

Reference STEM Implementation Rubric



Early

Developing

Prepared

Target

Integrated Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum, aligned
with state, national, international and industry standards









A1) Project
-
based learning with integrated content across STEM subjects









A2) Connections to effective in and out
-
of
-
school STEM programs









A3) Integration of technology and virtual learning









A4) Authentic assessment and exhibition of STEM skills









A5) Professional development on integrated STEM curriculum, community/industry
partnerships and postsecondary education connections









A6) Outreach, support and focus on underserved, especially females, minorities, and
economically disadvantaged









On
-
going community and industry engagement









B1) A communicated STEM plan is adopted across education, communities and businesses









B2) STEM work
-
based learning experiences, to increase interest and abilities in fields
requiring STEM skills, for each student and teacher









B3) Business and community partnerships for mentorship, internship and other STEM
opportunities that extend the classroom walls









Connections with postsecondary education









C1) Alignment of student’s career pathway with post
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NC STEM School/Program

NC Future
-
Ready STEM High School
School/Program of Achievement


Student Achievement

Score

MET

Not MET



Graduation Rate

of STEM school or program

(4
-
year rate)


90%





College Readiness

of STEM school or program

ACT: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, Writing

-------------------------------
Or
-----------------------------------



Career Readiness of STEM school or

program


WorkKeys: Locating Information, Applied
Mathematics, Reading for Information





_________________







90 %

90 %

NC STEM School/Program


Three Focus Areas:


Integrated
S

T

E

M
C
urriculum



On
-
going community and industry
engagement



Connections with postsecondary
education

No one entity can do it alone

Business

& Industry

K
-
12

Education

Community

Colleges

Colleges/

Universities

Government

Agencies

Parents

S

T

E

M

K
-
12 Out
-
of
-
School

Programs




Education



State



Agency



Review






Regional
Review Focus
on Economic
Development




Recommend
to State





STEM Schools/ Programs

Application

Review &

Recommendation

Approval

Designation



School/
Program

Self
-
Assessment

+


One best
practice

+


15 minute
presentation



STEM


School/
Program



State

Review Panel

Representatives

Business/
Industry

K
-
12
Schools

Parents

Economic

Development

Region

Chamber

of

Commerce

Community

Colleges

College/

University

Curriculum Theme Areas


Aerospace, Security, and
Automation



Biotechnology and Agriscience



Energy and Sustainability



Health and Life Sciences

Benefit

Strong partnerships today

prepares a world
-
class

workforce for tomorrow.

Chris Droessler

Careers of the Future
Consultant

NC Department of Public Instruction

Chris.Droessler@dpi.nc.gov

Rebecca Payne

Director, STEM Education and Leadership

NC Department of Public Instruction

Rebecca.Payne@dpi.nc.gov

www.ctpnc.org/presentations