The Advisory Council is an intricate part of Asheboro City Schools Career and Technical Education program. The Council includes representatives of all stakeholders, including administration, teachers, students, parents, community leaders and professionals. It is essential that Asheboro City Schools prepares students with 21st Century skills as students begin post-graduation endeavors. Educators and community leaders must create a partnership and open communication for us to best prepare our future workers.
Asheboro City Schools is grateful to have participants who care about the success of our students.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education released The Pathways to Prosperity report in 2011 calling "for efforts to develop a robust pathway system with high school courses linked to community college and four-year career majors helping students stay the course and attain their career degree." Asheboro City Schools, Randolph County School System and Randolph Community College partnered with agencies and intermediaries to align regional resources and curricula for Randolph County students within the area of Advanced Manufacturing. The final report below chronicles the work of the initiative.
Local Education Agencies (LEA ) use the Local Planning System (LPS) for strategic planning, managing performance, and being accountable for Career and Technical Education at local, state, and federal levels. Local plans outline strategies for continuous improvement based on results of performance indicators. These results are reported for each Asheboro City Schools overall, by No Child Left Behind subgroups and academic disadvantaged, by program areas and career clusters. Administrators in each LEA must develop strategies to address improvement of performance by each reported category. The LPS may be viewed by all stakeholders by logging in as guest for both username and for password.