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Georgia Department of Education
Career Clusters/Pathway Curriculum Revision Project

Public Review Questionnaire

Overview/Instructions

A major goal for the Georgia Department of Education is the Career Clusters/Pathway Curriculum Revision Project to provide essential industry-validated technical knowledge and skills for Georgia’s students as they navigate toward greater college and career success. Using the Career Cluster model, the Georgia Department of Education partnered with Georgia's business and industry leaders to identify employability and technical skills suitable for high school courses. Additional advisory partners in the Career Clusters/Pathway Curriculum Revision Project included postsecondary and secondary instructors, and local educational agency leadership. This collaborative effort resulted in the development of courses two and three in each of the Career Clusters/Pathways listed below. Courses two and three for each pathway are aligned with the nationally-recognized industry credentialing exams and state-developed end-of-pathway assessments, as well as the academic Georgia Performance Standards.

Career Clusters/Pathways courses two and three list:
 
Click to download and preview one or more of the following courses, then complete the questionnaire below.

Hover over a title to show the courses for that cluster.

Please complete the following online questionnaire regarding the Georgia Department of Education’s proposed Career Clusters/Pathway courses. If you wish to review more than one course, please feel free to complete a separate online questionnaire.

Should you have any questions and/or concerns regarding this questionnaire, please contact Dwayne Hobbs, Program Manager, dhobbs@doe.k12.ga.us.

Questionnaire

1. To which Career Cluster/Pathway course do your comments apply?
 
Cluster
Course
2. Which of the following best describes your role as a respondent to this survey?
 










3. In which school district do you work or reside?
 
Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements pertaining to the Career Cluster/Pathway course specified above. Please use the following scale to indicate your opinions.
 
  1. 1 = Strongly Disagree
  2. 2 = Disagree
  3. 3 = Don’t Know
  4. 4 = Agree
  5. 5 = Strongly Agree
The Georgia Career Cluster/Pathway course standards: 1 2 3 4 5
4. are clear and understandable.
5. define what students should know and be able to do.
6. are appropriate for the student's career pathway.
7. are rigorous enough to challenge learners.
8. are sufficient for a full year of study (or semester if on block).
9. can measure student performance by teacher-developed tests, projects, and performance-based assessments and/or related assessments.
10. are consistent with business and industry standards in the career field.
11. show evidence of career relevance.
12. include employability skills that are most important for workforce readiness.
13. Which two items below are most important for successful implementation of this Georgia Career Cluster/Pathway course?
 

14. Please enter any additional comments you would like to make concerning the Georgia Career Cluster/Pathway courses.
 
Optional Section:
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Questionnaire respondent's business, industry, organization, college, university, or school:

 
Questionnaire respondent's e-mail address:

 

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