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									2011 National Technology
Centers That Work Forum
       January 25-27, 2011

Office of Career and Technology Education
   South Carolina Department of Education
           SC Profile
   State Capital   Columbia
   Counties                 46
   Population      4.3 Million
   Percent Urban            76
   Percent Rural            24
State Government Structure
• Governor – Nikki Haley
• Lt. Governor – Ken Ard
• State Legislature – SC General Assembly
   SC House: 124 Representatives
   SC Senate: 46 Senators
    Federal Representation
•   President – Barack Obama
•   U.S. Representatives – 6
•   U.S. Senators – 2
•   Number of Electoral Votes – 8
•   Registered Voters – 2.5 Million
      State Demographics
•   Percent Women      51.7
•   Percent Men        48.3
•   Percent White      67.4
•   Percent Black      28.5
•   Percent Hispanic    3.3
     State Demographics
               (continued)



•   Median Age               37.1
•   Percent Under 18         24.1
•   Percent 18-64            63.6
•   Percent 65 older         12.3
    SC Educational System

•   State Superintendent – Dr. Mick Zais
•   PK-12 Student Population – 700,000
•   School Districts – 85
•   Number PK-12 Schools – 1,144
Colleges and Curriculum
•   Two-Year Technical Colleges – 16
•   Private Two Year – 6
•   Four Year Public – 11
•   Four Year Private – 22
       State Residents’
       Education Level

• Percent of 25+ year olds with four year
  degree – 23
• Percent of 25+ year olds with high
  school diploma – 76
Program of Study
   Design in
 South Carolina
State and National Framework
  Program of Study Design
Proposed SC Personal Pathways
      for STEM Success
South Carolina Dual Credit Articulation
   Personal Pathways (SC-DCAPP)

   Project Lead the Way (Pre-Engineering)
        SC-DCAPP State Agreement
South Carolina Dual Credit Articulation
   Personal Pathways (SC-DCAPP)

 Mechatronics SC-DCAPP State Agreement
  SC Personal Pathways for STEM Success
(P–16) Mechatronics/Advanced Manufacturing
  Curriculum Partnership Project

 South Carolina Department of Education
Office of Career and Technology Education
   Southern Regional Education Board
        Preparation for Tomorrow
Alternative Engineering Program of Study
           Green Engineering
SC Personal Pathways for Green STEM (P–16)
National
Perspective
BY 2018, 30 MILLION NEW AND REPLACEMENT JOBS
    WILL REQUIRE SOME COLLEGE OR ABOVE




       Percentage
        Workforce
by educational level




Source: CEW, Georgetown University
EMPLOYMENT GROWTH SET TO RESUME IN 2011




 Actual and
  Projected
Employment
  in millions




Source: CEW, Georgetown University
U.S. Economic Growth and
Workforce

•    Resume growth 2011
•    30 million new and replacement jobs 2018
•    Jobs will require some college or above
•    Demand could exceed supply
•    In recession, less educated bear the brunt
     of job losses
    Source: CEW, Georgetown University, December, 2009
Source: www.yourdegree.com
National Workforce Needs 2018
Job Needs                       Percent   Year
• Post High School                63      2018
• Post High School                59      2008
• Post High School                28      1973

 Source: USA Today, June 2010
National Workforce Trends 2018

• 19 states will be at the level or above
• Northeastern states with bachelor’s/
  masters
• Southern states high school and
  high school dropouts
  Source: USA Today, June 2010
Auto Industry Workforce Needs

• Cut 228,000 jobs past two years
• Add 15,000 jobs in 2010
• Need up to 100,000 in 2011–2013

 Source: USA Today, June 2010
Auto Industry Worker Skill Sets
•   Computer skills
•   Work independently
•   Work in teams
•   Post high school education
•   Seeking two-year associate degree grads

    Source: USA Today, June 2010




      •Source: USA Today, June 2010
State
Perspective
  A State and National
Education and Workforce
       Comparison
    Comparison of Years of School Completed
                     For persons 25 years and older
                           Percentage of Total (All Race/Sex)


South Carolina                1970    1980   1990   2000   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008

High School Diploma or higher30.4     53.7   69.8   83.0   83.6   83.0   83.1   82.1   83.2
Bachelor’s Degree or higher     9.0   13.4   16.6   19.0   24.9   24.2   22.6   23.5   23.7




United States                 1970    1980   1990   2000   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008

High School Diploma or higher52.3     66.5   75.2   81.6   85.2   85.2   86.0   84.5   85.0
Bachelor’s Degree or higher   10.7    16.2   20.3   25.1   27.7   27.7   28.0   27.5   27.7


Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey
Education and Training
Requirements of SC Occupations
2006-2016




Source: SC Employment Security Commission, Labor Market Information Division
Break Away South Carolina
Education and Workforce Preparedness
Performance 2008
State                         Score *        Rank        5-Star Scale ‡

North Carolina                 102.0          25
Georgia                        100.0          32
South Carolina                  96.7          39
Tennessee                       96.4          40
Alabama                         95.4          43
Kentucky                        94.8          45
Region Average                  97.6          37

* Score median is 100
‡ Scale shows range of scores: top 20 percent of score

  range=5 stars, next 20 percent=4 stars, etc.
Dynamism & Entrepreneurialism
Performance 2008

State                       Score *      Rank     5-Star Scale ‡
North Carolina               111.0        10
Georgia                      105.1        27
Alabama                      104.4        28
Tennessee                    103.1        33
South Carolina                97.0        45
Kentucky                      96.3        47
Region Average               102.8        32

* Score median is 100
‡ Scale shows range of scores: top 20 percent of score

range=5 stars, next 20 percent=4 stars, etc.
Shared
Time
Center
Perspective
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Establish
                 partnerships
                 among
                 educators,
                 agencies and
                 employers.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Partner with
                 stakeholders to
                 establish
                 academic,
                 technical,
                 and workforce
                 benchmarks.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Integrate
                 academic,
                 technical,
                 and workforce
                 curricula and
                 expectations.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Assess
                 academic and
                 technical skills
                 based on state
                 achievement
                 and technical
                 standards.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Assess
                 employability
                 skills based on
                 21st century
                 skills.


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Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Partner with
                 stakeholders
                 to establish
                 national and
                 world class
                 standards of
                 excellence.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Establish
                 “Centers of
                 Excellence”
                 skills standards
                 for all programs
                 linking to local
                 school districts.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Revise
                 certification
                 requirements
                 for technical
                 teachers.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Establish
                 programs to
                 meet national
                 certification in
                 the field.
Developing Centers
of Excellence

                 Require a
                 capstone project
                 that includes the
                 integration of
                 core academic
                 and technical
                 skills.
Contact:
Dr. James R. Couch, Director
Office of Career and Technology Education
SC Department of Education
803-734-8410
jcouch@ed.sc.gov


You can find this presentation at:
ed.sc.gov/agency/Standards-and-
Learning/Career-and-Technology-Education

								
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