Career Tech BPA Teacher (#273241)

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Job Title: Career Tech Education Instructor Job Description: The career education instructor is employed by the local school district to teach career education courses offered by the local district and approved by the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education and the State Department of Education. The instructor is to assist and supervise all students in developing a Supervisedl Experience. In addition, the career tech education instructor will serve asadvisor of the local BPA chapter and promote BPA activities as an integral part of the career tech experience. Finally, the instructor is encouraged to promote and offer adult education to the community. Duties: 1. Instructor will maintain an active advisory committee. The committee will officially meet at least once annually to discuss the direction of the program. A record of the minutes should be kept on file. 2. Instructor will provide feedback and direction to the student's BPA involvement. 3. The instructor will serve the educational needs of the students in grades 9-12 by providing the latest knowledge and skills associated with the area being taught. The instructor will also provide the opportunity for students to obtain a state recognized level of achievement. 4. The instructor will be provided 1 hour of planning period. 5. The instructor is a full-time, 12-month employee and will teach only approved career tech education courses. 6. The instructor should provide various adult education courses for the local community supporters and patrons. 7. The instructor will outline a summer calendar detailing BPA activities, judging contests, and events they will be attending. The summer calendar should also include the instructor's scheduled vacation. 8. The instructor will maintain an active program during the summer. The instructor will continue to supervise students BPA involvement . The instructor will promote student attendance and provide transportation for students to attend BPA leadership activities, summer field days, etc. In addition, the instructor should work with the local community on projects or activities. Also, the instructor will attend professional development as required by the state. 9. Two weeks’ vacation time will be earned each year. In lieu of two weeks’ vacation time, three weeks each year may be allowed for professional improvement if requested by local school authorities and approved by the state program administrator. 10. The local school district will abide by State Rules and Regulations in regard to course enrollment numbers in career tech education courses. 11. The instructor will provide opportunities for students to participate and be active in the local BPA chapter. 12. The instructor will submit all reports required by the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education and BPA office in a timely manner

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Little Axe Public Schools

2000 168th Avenue Northeast, Norman, OK 73026-9010

Compare with State

Amount per Student

$7,723 (USD)

State Average: $8,775 (USD)

% ELL Students


State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 16.32

% IEP Students


State Average: 16%



State Average: 142