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Sinclair Community College
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS
     
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Project Summary
The project builds upon and transforms an existing engineering technologies tech prep pathway established in 1993 by the Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium. The existing pathway commences at grade eleven and culminates in either an AS degree in Engineering Science or an AAS degree with a major in one of sixteen Engineering and Industrial Technologies Division programs at Sinclair Community College. All degree programs have either dual enrollment or articulation agreements through baccalaureate degrees at a variety of four-year institutions. During the 2003-04 school year, eleven Miami Valley area high schools and career centers offered the pathway in cooperation with their college partner, Sinclair Community College. Five of the sites were selected and are participating in the CCTI project, although all eleven sites benefit from the project deliverables.

The principal deliverables, during the first full year of the CCTI project, include: (1) a revised and expanded course of study and related articulation agreement for the new Tech Prep Engineering Technologies Cluster state model, (2) piloting of dual/concurrent credit in 100-level college math, (3) formation and training of contextual integrated academic leadership teams, consisting of the math, science, English and technical teacher in each of the participating high schools and subsequent expansion of those teams to include representation by post-secondary faculty, (4) on-campus student recruitment and orientation events, and (5) placement of both academic and technical educators in a three-week summer externship in business and industry.

The CCTI project, including the evaluation and assessment design, is serving as a research and development effort and will be adapted on a wider basis throughout the Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium service area to include seven additional pathways serving students in fifty-eight public school districts in a seven county area in southwest Ohio.

 
Project Documents
Career Pathways
Implementation Strategies
Lessons Learned
Improvement Plan
Case Studies
 
School Partners
Centerville High School
Dayton Public Schools (Career Academy)
Fairmont High School
Miami Valley Career Technology Center
Walter E. Stebbins High School
 
Corporate Partners
Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
Delphi Corporation
Faraday Incorporated
Ohio Department of Education
Ohio Board of Regents
 
Contact Information
Ronald Kindell,
Project Coordinator
Director
Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium
937-512-2406
Ronald.Kindell@sinclair.edu
 
Penelope Parmer,
Research/Evaluation Director
Project Analyst Institutional Planning and Research
Sinclair Community College
937-512-2001
Penelope.parmer@sinclair.edu
 
Steven Lee Johnson,
Project CEO
President
Sinclair Community College
937-512-2525
steven.lee.Johnson@sinclair.edu