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Florida Board of Governors Student Affairs Committee October 22, 2003 Florida A&M University Tallahassee, Florida Board of Governors Student Affairs Committee October 22, 2003 Florida A&M University Tallahassee, Florida

FBOG Student Affairs Committee Members l l l 2 Zachariah P. Zachariah, M. D. FBOG Student Affairs Committee Members l l l 2 Zachariah P. Zachariah, M. D. – Chair Dr. Castell V. Bryant Miguel De Grandy, P. A. Ava L. Parker Dr. Howard Rock Patrick C. Sullivan

FBOG Student Affairs Committee Agenda l l Input from Student Representatives. l 3 Florida’s FBOG Student Affairs Committee Agenda l l Input from Student Representatives. l 3 Florida’s Accelerated High School Graduation Options. Developing a Work Plan for the Committee. l Next Steps.

Florida’s High School Graduation Programs and Academic Advisement Florida Department of Education Jim Horne, Florida’s High School Graduation Programs and Academic Advisement Florida Department of Education Jim Horne, Commissioner

SB 30 A: The Quality Education Act Provides students and parents the opportunity to SB 30 A: The Quality Education Act Provides students and parents the opportunity to select from three high school graduation programs the one that best prepares students for their chosen postsecondary paths: Ø Ø Ø 5 Four-year, 24 minimum credit standard program Three-year, 18 -credit standard college preparatory program Three-year, 18 -credit career preparatory program

Development of Technical Assistance Consistent with definitions and interpretations established in general requirements for Development of Technical Assistance Consistent with definitions and interpretations established in general requirements for graduation v Emphasis on accelerated nature of new programs v Maximum flexibility for students and parents v Broad range of input v 6

High School Graduation Programs Each graduation program will Ø Ø permit completion of an High School Graduation Programs Each graduation program will Ø Ø permit completion of an associate’s degree through dual enrollment meet Bright Futures requirements The Three Year College Preparatory program will also: Ø meet minimum Florida SUS admission requirements 7

New academic advisement requirements Parents and students must be notified of the opportunity and New academic advisement requirements Parents and students must be notified of the opportunity and benefits of Ø Ø Ø 8 Advanced placement International Baccalaureate Advanced International Certificate of Education Dual enrollment Florida Virtual School courses

New academic advisement requirements Students in grades 6 -12 and their parents must be New academic advisement requirements Students in grades 6 -12 and their parents must be provided with information regarding all high school graduation programs v Pursuant to district policy, students and parents may be allowed to periodically revisit the selection of the student’s graduation program v 9

Academic advisement considerations A formal declaration of the student’s graduation program could be made Academic advisement considerations A formal declaration of the student’s graduation program could be made in the eighth grade, or earlier, if district policy allows or requires v High school credit offered in middle school provides academic flexibility in high school v 10

Academic advisement considerations Career goals v Postsecondary goals v Participation in extra-curricular activities and Academic advisement considerations Career goals v Postsecondary goals v Participation in extra-curricular activities and sports v Student’s maturity v Workforce readiness v Student’s interest v 11

Academic advisement considerations v Critical deadlines Ø college entrance testing Ø postsecondary education admission Academic advisement considerations v Critical deadlines Ø college entrance testing Ø postsecondary education admission Ø financial assistance Ø scholarships Ø housing Ø intercollegiate 12 athletic eligibility

Academic advisement considerations Educational benefits of acceleration opportunities and programs v SUS admission requirements Academic advisement considerations Educational benefits of acceleration opportunities and programs v SUS admission requirements v Admission requirements for out-of-state and private in-state colleges and universities v 13

Three Year High School Graduation Programs l 14 Questions? Three Year High School Graduation Programs l 14 Questions?