BCDE
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Purpose and Work Streams 2019-20
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Secondary Programs and Pathways
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Purpose
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DescriptionRoles
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The department offers wraparound supports for students at every step in their journey to keep every student engaged in school and on-track for success. This includes Personalized Pathways; Academic and Career Planning; academic, social/emotional,career counseling, and post-secondary advising; flexible coursework through Madison Virtual Campus and online learning; and Credit Recovery opportunities. The department also provides support through specialized academic programs such as AVID, Career & Technical Education, Experiential Learning and Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment.




COMP Owner
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Cindy Green
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Data Point Person
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Major Work Streams
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TitleDescriptionLead
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Experiential Learning Continuum implementation, scaling, and supportProvide coordination and support to Experiential Learning Liaisons, Career and Technical Education Instructors and Counselors in connection to activities on experiential learning continuum. Work with Pathways Anchor Partners to scale Pathways Industry Councils and determine staffing and systems/structures recommended for optimal scaling of experiential learning for ACP and Pathways.Monique Billings (& Marshall Behringer)
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Academic and Career PlanningSupport and refine implementation of Academic and Career Planning from grades 6-12. Support for Xello training and implementation, as well as supports for Special Education and English Language Learners is a focus to ensure access for all students.Julia Steege-Reimann & Tara Wolfe
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Career & Technical EducationContinue implementation of high quality CTE instruction in grades 6-12 while supporting increases in industry certifications and early college opportunities for all students, particularly students of color.Sue Schultz
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Development of Comprehensive School Counseling utilizing the ASCA National Model framework.Provide mentoring and professional learning around the implementation of a Comprehensive School Counselign Program aligned to the ASCA National Model to all middle and high school counselors, in addition to providing supervision information to site based leadership. Mindy Willard
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Online Learning - Madison Virtual Campus and Credit Recovery implementation of professional development plansSupport implementation of multiple online programs for original or recovered credit, focusing on timely and meaningful staff professional learning (on-site or remote training, access to tech resources, PD events, and opportunities for collaboration).Kate Statz and Meri Tunison
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Ninth Grade On-Track Strengthen the work of our 9th grade success teams by developing the capacity of our teacher leaders to utilize equitable grading practices and protocols within their teams as they focus on 9th grade student success and particularly black student success. Another area of emphasis will continue to be applying research & data.Kira Hicks
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Black Male Empowerment - Black Leaders in Plain SightIn partnership with Memorial High School and Boys & Girls Club implement an afinity group to increae the social capital and resiliency for black male freshman and sophomores at Memorial High School. Langston Evans
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AVID Tutor Hiring, Training, & Coaching
Hiring, onboard, train, coach 125 tutors to support the AVID Elective Class.
Stephanie Marshall
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AVID Partnership Management
Support the implementation of the high-intensity partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County. This partnership supports AVID at 4 high schools and 2 middle schools.Langston Evans