Supporting Local Districts
Pupil outcomes pertain to student achievement including performance on standardized tests, API scores, share of students that are college and career ready, share of English learners that become proficient, English learner reclassification rate, AP exam pass rates, and EAP results.
Here are some of the ways that California’s career and college readiness organizations support districts with pupil outcomes:
- On average, 78% of the career technical education courses offered are part of a sequenced pathway of programs.
- On average, 42% of courses offered by California’s career and college readiness organizations articulate with local community colleges.
- On average, 93% of college and career readiness courses offer work-based learning activities such as internships, on-the-job training, field trips, guest speakers, and job shadowing.
- On average, 22% of career technical education classes lead to an industry certification.
- Curriculum is aligned to the CCSS and CTE Model Curriculum Standards.
- Teacher professional development includes training in CCSS and CTE Model Curriculum Standards implementation.
- Teachers initiate cross-curricular collaboration with district academic teachers.
- CTE Model Curriculum Standards support and reinforce application of knowledge that can be demonstrated in academic and CTE programs.