Number of students enrolled in the career pathway program
CDE Data Definition
A career pathway program is a coherent sequence of rigorous academic and technical courses that allow students to apply academics and develop technical skills in a curricular area. Number of students enrolled in a funded CCPT pathway in a K–12 setting to be reported in four categories (as applicable to each pathway): First-year students, Second-year students, Third-year students, and Fourth-year students.
Question: How do we capture momentum point #1, 1st year students, 2nd year students, 3rd year students and 4th year students?
Question: Do we count students by pathway program or by pathway course?
Question: How are students counted who are in more than one pathway?
Question: Is the term "Concentrator" relevant when discussing CCPT data collection?
Perkins Definition of Concentrator: A secondary CTE concentrator is a student who has completed 50 percent of a planned program sequence (in hours or credits) in a state-recognized CTE sequence and is enrolled in the next course in that sequence, or has completed 50 percent of a single state-recognized multi-hour course and is enrolled in the second half of that course.
Question: Are pathway prerequisite courses considered when counting a student's years in a pathway?
Question: What code should be used for each Pathway Course?
Question: How do we determine the Pathway Code?
Question: If a student takes a pathway introductory course in middle school, are they considered a first year or second year student in high school?
Question: Some students are in two Career Pathways. Is it OK if we count them twice?
Question: Does a summer course at a community college count toward the incoming year transcript or the prior year?
Question: If a summer internship occurs after the end of the fiscal year, which reporting period is it included in?
Question: May ROCP courses be included in pathways and are they reported separately?