VTEA 2002-2003 Funding Request
 
8 Required Uses of VTEA Title I-C Funds
   
Required Use #1 Strengthen the academic, vocational and technical skills of students
Required Use #2: Provide students with experience in and understanding of all aspects of an industry
Required Use #3: Develop, improve, or expand the use of technology in vocational and technical education
Required Use #4: Provide professional development to faculty, counselors, and administrators
Required Use #5: Develop and implement evaluations of vocational and technical education programs
Required Use #6: Initiate, improve, expand and modernize quality vocational and technical education programs
Required Use #7: Provide services and activities that are of sufficient size, scope, and quality to be effective
Required Use #8: Link secondary and postsecondary vocational and technical education, including tech-prep programs



General Activities of Funded Programs
Corresponding Required Uses
 

General Activity

Meets Required Use(s)

1.1††† Increase distance education offerings

1,2,3,4,6,7

1.2††† Restructure curriculum to focus on high technology

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

1.3††† Increase integration focusing on learning skills (LS)

1,3,4,5,6,7,8

1.4††† Increase flexibility & visibility of program offerings

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

1.5††† Assess, teach and certify competencies

1,2,4,5,6,7,8

1.6††† Increase student work-based learning (WBL)

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

1.7††† Offer flexible high-technology programs

3,6,7

2.1††† Evaluate students upon admission

1,6,7,8

2.2††† Full range of counseling services for occupational students

2,4,6,7,8

2.3††† Full range of WBL experiences for occupational students

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

2.4††† Full range of job placement services for occupational students

1,2,7

2.5††† Encourage non-traditional career pursuits

4,6,7,8

2.6††† Appropriate tutorial services for occupational students

1,4,6,7,8

2.7††† Remove barriers to student retention

6,7,8

2.8††† Expand recruitment efforts

1,2,3

3.1††† Update instructorsí knowledge of industry practices

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

3.2††† Keep instructors abreast of legislative developments

4,6,7,8

3.3††† Inservice on impact of technology on work environment

3,4,6,7

3.4††† Maintain technical support for faculty & staff

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

4.1††† Raise faculty awareness of need to collaborate with partners

4,6,7,8

4.2††† Faculty will actively participate in collaborative partnerships

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

4.3††† Faculty assists colleges to develop & implement partnerships

1,4,5,6,7,8

4.4††† Occupational program resources leveraged

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

4.5††† Strengthen vocational/academic partnerships

1,2,4,6,7

4.6††† LACCD colleges work together to pursue common goals

1,3,5,6,7,8

4.7††† Identify business/industry in service area for partnerships

4,6,7,8

4.8††† Senior college administrators endorse collaborations

1,5,6,7

4.9††† Clarify roles of colleges & outside partners in joint enterprises

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

5.1††† Capture all enrollments, completions & placements

2,3,5,7

5.2††† Capture lab seat time

3,5,6,7

5.3††† Align VTEA accountability with other reporting requirements

3,5,6,7

5.4††† Utilize UI Wage Data

3,5,6,7

5.5††† Work with partner agencies to impact accountability measures

3,5,6,7

5.6††† Restructure District database to make regular activity reports

3,5,6,7


 

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Accomplished Activities of Funded Programs
for 2001-2002

If a current or planned program meets any or all of these General Activities, please write the year the program was funded (i.e. 00-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 etc.) in the appropriate row and column.† Be sure to take into account all of the programs which are funded through VTEA in your department.
 

General Activity

Planned

Started

Continuing

Completed

None

1.1††† Increase distance education offerings

         

1.2††† Restructure curriculum to focus on high technology

         

1.3††† Increase integration focusing on learning skills (LS)

         

1.4††† Increase flexibility & visibility of program offerings

         

1.5††† Assess, teach and certify competencies

         

1.6††† Increase student work-based learning (WBL)

         

1.7††† Offer flexible high-technology programs

         

2.1††† Evaluate students upon admission

         

2.2††† Full range of counseling services for occupational students

         

2.3††† Full range of WBL experiences for occupational students

         

2.4††† Full range of job placement services for occupational students

         

2.5††† Encourage non-traditional career pursuits

         

2.6††† Appropriate tutorial services for occupational students

         

2.7††† Remove barriers to student retention

         

2.8††† Expand recruitment efforts

         

3.1††† Update instructorsí knowledge of industry practices

         

3.2††† Keep instructors abreast of legislative developments

         

3.3††† Inservice on impact of technology on work environment

         

3.4††† Maintain technical support for faculty & staff

         

4.1††† Raise faculty awareness of need to collaborate with partners

         

4.2††† Faculty will actively participate in collaborative partnerships

         

4.3††† Faculty assists colleges to develop & implement partnerships

         

4.4††† Occupational program resources leveraged

         

4.5††† Strengthen vocational/academic partnerships

         

4.6††† LACCD colleges work together to pursue common goals

         

4.7††† Identify business/industry in service area for partnerships

         

4.8††† Senior college administrators endorse collaborations

         

4.9††† Clarify roles of colleges & outside partners in joint enterprises

         

5.1††† Capture all enrollments, completions & placements

         

5.2††† Capture lab seat time

         

5.3††† Align VTEA accountability with other reporting requirements

         

5.4††† Utilize UI Wage Data

         

5.5††† Work with partner agencies to impact accountability measures

         

5.6††† Restructure District database to make regular activity reports

         
   
 
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