HACC

HIllsdale Area Career Center

January Board Report

Intent to Enroll: 76 (December)..............Intent to Enroll: 118 (January)

Camden Frontier: 21..... 24

HIllsdale: 8..................... 12

Horizon: 0....................... 0

HISD: 2............................ 02

Jonesville: 25................ 26

Pathways: 0................... 0

North Adams: 15........... 15

Litchfield: 0.................... 12

Pittsford: 0.................... 13

Reading: 7..................... 07

Will Carlton: 5.............. 07

Waldron: 0................... 0

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CTE Credentials

Through Perkins V mandates, MDE/OCTE are working the CTE schools to develop credentials that are statewide and locally responsive. CTE teachers are asked to work with their advisory boards to determine credentials that local business and industry partners deem necessary for students to have when they leave CTE and enter the workforce or continue with their post-secondary education. CTE teachers were provided with an employer survey as well as guidelines to help in the process. HACC teachers are currently working through this process. As credentials are identified locally, advisory boards will be required to adopt the credentials, which will be noted in advisory board meeting minutes.


Credential Survey


Guiding Document

County-Wide Professional Development: January 20, 2020

8:00-9:00: Curriculum Crosswalk Activity

9:00-11:30: MCCTE training

12:00-3:00: HACC teachers will be visiting local businesses, discussing Work Based Learning placement as well as credentials. Each teacher will visit areas related to their program.


12:00-2:30: Local School Districts will be sending their CTE teachers to HACC to receive MCCTE training.

Region 22 CLNA Document and OCTE Comments

Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee

Region 22 CLNA


OCTE Comments


As Perkins Teams, we reviewed the data and analysis you provided. Thank you for all of your hard work. On your feedback form, if you see text in the column titled Additional Information Needed, our team is in need of some additional input from you. You can answer in the same Additional Information Needed Column right after the Perkins Team Leader question. Please put “region response” before your answer. Your responses are due by the close of business on February 10, 2020.

In the OCTE staff comments, commendations, technical assistance suggestions column you may see notes we made to ourselves, data that you provided in your CLNA listed there, or comments/suggestions on activities to include in your 2020 Perkins Grant Application. The text in this column will assist us when compiling all 27 Regions data into one state-wide CLNA.

Top 10 in 10 Survey

Survey Opens for Public Input on Updating Top 10 Strategic Plan

January 9, 2020

LANSING – An online survey is being offered for the public to help review and update Michigan’s Top 10 in 10 strategic education plan, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) announced today.

“We’re asking the public to help shape Michigan’s education focus,” said State Superintendent Dr. Michael F. Rice. “It is my expectation, and that of the State Board of Education, that an updated plan will be more streamlined and focused, and will have measures that align with the goals to help us monitor progress toward becoming a top education state.”

Since February 2016, the current strategic education plan for making Michigan a Top 10 education state in 10 years has been the guiding document for Michigan’s education efforts. During the September 2019 State Board of Education meeting, Dr. Rice expressed the need to review and update that plan.

The Top 10 in 10 plan is the state’s plan to drive improvement in the education system for Michigan’s children. That is why it is important, Dr. Rice said, to get input and feedback from the public.

Based on recent interviews with State Board of Education members, education stakeholders and partners, tribal partners, and MDE staff, potential goals were explored and are included within the survey for input.

A strategic plan drives priorities; concentrates energy and resources; strengthens operations; and sets measures of success to ensure all stakeholders are working together toward common goals.

The survey will close on February 7, 2020. The link can be found on the MDE website at www.michigan.gov/Top10in10. A draft of the updated plan is expected to be presented to the State Board of Education in late spring of 2020.