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Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Submission SiteSubmitter:Agreement Effective Date: 6/30/2021Representing:Career and TechnicalCenter:George Stone Technical CollegeDistrict(s) the Agreement(s) includeEscambia County SchoolsType of Dual Enrollment Artculation Agreement for SubmissionPublic Postsecondary Institution – School District(A) Public Postsecondary Institution Agreement with Public School DistrictsEach district school superintendent and each public postsecondary institution president shall develop a comprehensive dualenrollment articulation agreement for the respective school district and postsecondary institution. The superintendent andpresident shall establish an articulation committee for the purpose of developing the agreement. Each state university presidentmay designate a university representative to participate in the development of a dual enrollment articulation agreement. A dualenrollment articulation agreement shall be completed and submitted annually by the postsecondary institution to the Departmentof Education on or before August 1.1. A ratification or modification of all existing articulation agreements.2021-22 Dual Enrollment Articulation AgreementBetween George Stone Technical College and Escambia County School DistrictTHIS AGREEMENT is entered into by and between George Stone Technical College, hereinafter referred to as“GSTC,” and theSchool Board of Escambia County, Florida (to include Escambia High School, Northview High School, Pensacola High School,Pine Forest High School, Tate High School, Washington High School, and West Florida Technical High School), hereinafterreferred to as “ECSD.”WHEREAS, the Florida Legislature has promulgated 1007.271(21), F.S., providing for GSTC and ECSD to jointly develop andimplement a comprehensive articulated acceleration program for the students enrolled in ECSD, and;WHEREAS, the parties hereto believe that the adoption of an articulation plan will provide enhanced learning opportunities forqualified students attending ECSD, during and after normal class hours through the effective use of GSTC’s programs andresources, now, therefore,The GSTC and ECSD, do hereby agree with each other as follows:2. A description of the process by which students and their parents are informed about opportunities for student participation inthe dual enrollment program.06/24/2021 01:57 PMPage 1 of 6

Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Submission SiteNotification ProcessECSD will be responsible for notifying parents and students about the dual enrollment program. ECSD may request arepresentative from GSTC to present dual enrollment program options to the students, parents, counselors, or staff at ECSD.Upon request, GSTC will coordinate a tour of its programs and facilities for ECSD students.3. A delineation of courses and programs available to students eligible to participate in dual enrollment.Course OfferingsCareer and technical dual enrollment courses may be offered by GSTC for secondary students participating in the Dual EnrollmentProgram. Course offerings may include, but are not limited to, the courses shown in the Dual Enrollment Courses table. Dualenrollment courses and programs must lead toward an approved industry certification from an Industry Certification Funding List ins. 1008.44, F.S.Dual Enrollment Programs and CoursesAccounting Operations – B070110OCP Course Title Course # Hours HSGraduationSubjectRequirement HS Credit AwardedA Information Technology Assistant OTA0040 150 Practical Arts 1B Accounting Clerk ACO0040 300 Practical Arts 2C Accounting Associate ACO0041 300 Practical Arts 2D Accounting Assistant ACO0042 150 Practical Arts 1Administrative Office Specialist – B070330A Information Technology Assistant OTA0040 150 Practical Arts 1B Front Desk Specialist OTA0041 300 Practical Arts 2C Assistant Digital Production Designer OTA0030 150 Practical Arts 1D Administrative Office Specialist OTA0043 450 Practical Arts 3Automotive Collision Technology Technician– T401300A Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Helper/Assistant ARR0140 150 Practical Arts 1B Automotive Collision Refinishing Technician ARR0141 450 Practical Arts 3C Non-Structural Damage Repair Technician ARR0312 300 Practical Arts 2D Damage Analysis and Estimating ARR0022 75 Practical Arts .5E Automotive Collision Welding, Cutting and Joining ARR0112 75 Practical Arts .5F Structural Damage Repair Technician ARR0295 350 Practical Arts 2.5Automotive Service Technology – I470608A Automotive Services Assistor AER0014 300 Practical Arts 2B Engine Repair Technician AER0110 150 Practical Arts 1C Automatic Transmission and Transaxle Technician AER0257 150 Practical Arts 1D Manual Drivetrain and Axle Technician AER0274 150 Practical Arts 1E Automobile Suspension and Steering Technician AER0453 150 Practical Arts 1F Automotive Brake System Technician AER0418 150 Practical Arts 1G Automotive Electrical/Electronic System Technician AER0360 300 Practical Arts 2H Automotive Heating and Air Condition Technician AER0172 150 Practical Arts 1I Automotive Engine Performance Technician AER0503 300 Practical Arts 2Baking & Pastry Arts – N100600A Pastry Cook/Baker FSS0090 300 Practical Arts 2B Pastry Chef/Head Baker FSS0091 300 Practical Arts 2Professional Culinary Arts & Hospitality – N100500A Food Preparation HMV0100 300 Practical Arts 2B Cook, Restaurant HMV0170 300 Practical Arts 2C Chef/Head Chef HMV0171 300 Practical Arts 2D Food Service Management HMV0126 300 Practical Arts 2Computer Systems & Information Technology – Y100200A Computer Systems Technician CTS0082 300 Practical Arts 2B Computer Network Technician CTS0083 150 Practical Arts 1C Computer Networking Specialist CTS0084 150 Practical Arts 1D Computer Security Technician CTS0069 300 Practical Arts 2Cybersecurity, Applied – Y100300A Cybersecurity Associate CTS0018 600 Practical Arts 4B Information Security Administrator CTS0089 150 Practical Arts 1Electricity – I460312A Electrician Helper BCV0603 300 Practical Arts 2B Residential Electrician BCV0640 450 Practical Arts 306/24/2021 01:57 PMPage 2 of 6

Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Submission SiteC Commercial Electrician BCV0652 450 Practical Arts 3Heating, Ventilation, A/C / Refrigeration – C400400A Introduction to HVAC/R ACR0000 250 Practical Arts 1.5B HVAC/R Fundamentals ACR0001 250 Practical Arts 1.5C HVAC/R Service Practices ACR0012 250 Practical Arts 1.5D HVAC/R Intermediate Service Practices ACR0013 250 Practical Arts 1.5E HVAC/R Advanced Service Practices or HVAC/R Advanced Commercial and Industrial Service Practices ACR0044 orACR0045 350 or 350 Practical Arts 2Marine Service Technologies – T400210A Marine Rigger MTE0003 300 Practical Arts 2B Outboard Engine Technician MTE0090 300 Practical Arts 2C Outboard Engine Diagnostics Technician MTE0074 150 Practical Arts 1D Inboard Gas Engine Technician MTE0092 300 Practical Arts 2E Drive Train Technician MTE0093 150 Practical Arts 1F Inboard Diesel Technician MTE0056 150 Practical Arts 1Medical Administrative Specialist – B070300A Information Technology Assistant OTA0040 150 Practical Arts 1B Front Desk Specialist OTA0041 300 Practical Arts 2C Medical Office Technologist OTA0631 300 Practical Arts 2D Medical Administrative Specialist OTA0651 300 Practical Arts 2Network Support Services (Cisco) – B078000A Information Technology Assistant OTA0040 150 Practical Arts 1B Computer Support Assistant EEV0504 150 Practical Arts 1C Network Support Help Desk Assistant CTS0022 150 Practical Arts 1D Network Support Administrator CTS0023 150 Practical Arts 1E Senior Network Administrator CTS0024 150 Practical Arts 1F Wireless Network Administrator CTS0029 150 Practical Arts 1G Data Communications Analyst EEV0317 150 Practical Arts 1Network Systems Administration – B079300A Information Technology Assistant OTA0040 150 Practical Arts 1B Computer Support Assistant EEV0504 150 Practical Arts 1C Network Support Technician CTS0026 150 Practical Arts 1D System Administrator CTS0027 150 Practical Arts 1E Systems Engineer CTS0028 150 Practical Arts 1F Wireless Network Administrator CTS0029 150 Practical Arts 1G Data Communications Analyst EEV0317 150 Practical Arts 1Welding Technology – J400400AA Welder Assistant 1Welder Assistant 2 PMT0070PMT0071 150150 Practical Arts 1BB Welder, SMAW 1Welder, SMAW 2 PMT0072PMT0073 150150 Practical Arts 1C Welder PMT0074 450 Practical Arts 3Welding Technology – Advanced – J400410A Advanced Welder 1 PMT0075 600 Practical Arts 4B Advanced Welder 2 PMT0076 150 Practical Arts 1Courses and programs may be added, revised, or deleted at any time, 1007.271 (21), F.S.4. A description of the process by which students and their parents exercise options to participate in the dual enrollmentprogram.Application ProcessECSD high school counselors will submit the completed Dual Enrollment Application, signed Parent Agreement, and a copy of thestudent’s transcript to a GSTC Counselor. ECSD students will complete the GSTC online application and must register for andcomplete the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).EnrollmentOnce the application is approved, the GSTC counselor will enroll and register the student for the course.06/24/2021 01:57 PMPage 3 of 6

Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Submission Site5A list of any additional initial student eligibility requirements for participation in the dual enrollment program.Student EligibilityAll dual enrollment program eligibility rules and requirements stated herein pertain to public school secondary students who meetthe requirements of 1007.271, F.S. Students must have a 2.0 unweighted high school grade point average for initial and continuedenrollment.Additionally, to be considered for admission to the GSTC Dual Enrollment Program, the student must:1.2.3.4.5.Have a record of satisfactory attendance;Have no serious, repeated discipline infractions;Have maintained a successful grade point average;Furnish his or her own transportation; andFurnish his or her own instructional materials.A student may not enroll in a course that he/she will not be able to complete prior to high school graduation. It is essential that thenumber of clock hours assigned to a course, as well as the number of hours a student has available prior to graduation, arereviewed prior to enrollment. For planning purposes, a student attending part-time has approximately 450 available hours in aschool year.6. A delineation of the high school credit earned for the passage of each dual enrollment course.Course CreditsPostsecondary instruction approved for dual enrollment shall be credited toward the high school diploma and the vocationalcertificate. Postsecondary credits earned in dual enrollment courses shall be posted on the high school transcript in a mannerconsistent with the Dual Enrollment Course-High School Subject Area Equivalency List approved by the Florida Board ofEducation. Credits are awarded at the successful completion of the course, which may not coincide with the end of the nine weekperiod or semester.Weighting of each dual enrollment course will be equivalent to Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or AdvancedInternational Certificate of Education courses when grade point averages are calculated.See chart of program/course offerings for specific course/credit correlation.7. A description of the process for informing students and their parents of college-level course expectations.06/24/2021 01:57 PMPage 4 of 6

Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Submission SiteDual Enrollment Transfer GuaranteesThe dual enrollment program is an opportunity to take challenging courses and accelerate education opportunities. With hundredsof dual enrollment courses available, there is great potential to further engage and motivate students to pursue academicallyrigorous courses that capture their interests. Successful completion of dual enrollment courses allows eligible high school studentsto simultaneously earn high school core or elective credit and postsecondary credit toward a career certificate, an associatedegree, or a baccalaureate degree.Dual enrollment courses will receive the same weighting for the high school grade point average as Advanced Placement (AP),International Baccalaureate (IB), and Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) courses. In addition, dual enrollmentcourses that meet core state university admission requirements in English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, SocialSciences, or World Languages shall receive the same weighting as AP, IB, and AICE courses in the calculation of the high schoolgrade point average used for admission decisions.Students should understand, however, that dual enrollment courses are college-level courses, and the amount of work and rigor ofcontent in dual enrollment courses may be much greater than in high school courses. In addition, dual enrollment course gradesbecome a part of a student’s permanent college transcript and are calculated into the student’s permanent postsecondary gradepoint average. Poor performance in dual enrollment courses may affect university admissions and financial aid. It is important todo well in these courses to realize the benefits of dual enrollment.Course selection is important for the dual enrollment student since different programs at a college require different courses tocomplete the certificate or degree. By choosing courses wisely, students can reduce the time it takes to complete a program afterhigh school graduation. Some students are even able to complete their college certificate or degree at the same time theygraduate from high school. Students who don’t know what they want to study in college should consult with an advisor to considerfocusing on completing general education requirements in communications, mathematics, social sciences, natural sciences, andhumanities. All degree programs require general education coursework and, while there is some variation from institution toinstitution, there are general education courses that are common among most, if not all, institutions.Florida dual enrollment college credit will transfer to any Florida public college or university offering the Statewide CourseNumbering System course number, and must be treated as though taken at the receiving institution. However, if students do notattend the same college or university where they earned the dual enrollment credit the application of transfer credit to generaleducation, prerequisite, and degree programs may vary at the receiving institution. Private and out-of-state colleges anduniversities may or may not grant college credit for courses taken through dual enrollment.8. The policies and procedures, if any, for determining exceptions to the required grade point averages on an individualstudent basis.Not applicable9. The registration policies for dual enrollment courses as determined by the postsecondary institution.Application ProcessECSD high school counselors will submit the completed Dual Enrollment Application, signed Parent Agreement, and a copy of thestudent’s transcript to a GSTC Counselor. ECSD students will complete the GSTC online application and must register for andcomplete the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).10. Exceptions, if any, to the professional rules, guidelines, and expectations stated in the faculty or adjunct faculty handbook forthe postsecondary institution.Not applicable11. Exceptions, if any, to the rules, guidelines, and expectations stated in the student handbook of the postsecondary institutionwhich apply to faculty members.Not applicable12. The responsibilities of the school district regarding the determination of student eligibility before participating in the dualenrollment program and the monitoring of student performance while participating in the dual enrollment program.06/24/2021 01:57 PMPage 5 of 6

Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Submission SiteStudent EligibilityAll dual enrollment program eligibility rules and requirements stated herein pertain to public school secondary students who meetthe requirements of 1007.271, F.S. Students must have a 2.0 unweighted high school grade point average for initial and continuedenrollment.Additionally, to be considered for admission to the GSTC Dual Enrollment Program, the student must:1.2.3.4.5.Have a record of satisfactory attendance;Have no serious, repeated discipline infractions;Have maintained a successful grade point average;Furnish his or her own transportation; andFurnish his or her own instructional materials.A student may not enroll in a course that he/she will not be able to complete prior to high school graduation. It is essential that thenumber of clock hours assigned to a course, as well as the number of hours a student has available prior to graduation, arereviewed prior to enrollment. For planning purposes, a student attending part-time has approximately 450 available hours in aschool year.In order to remain eligible for dual enrollment, students must maintain the high school GPA required for initial eligibility. Studentswho earn a D or an F in dual enrollment courses will be ineligible for enrollment the following semester.Eligibility exceptions may be granted if both parties agree as granted by s. 1007.271(3), F.S.13. The responsibilities of the postsecondary institution regarding the transmission of student grades in dual enrollment coursesto the school district.GradesThe GSTC instructor will assign a letter grade to each student in the dual enrollment course. This letter grade shall be posted tothe high school transcript.It is the responsibility of the school to post dual enrollment course grades as assigned by the GSTC instructor to the high schooltranscript. Grades are issued upon course completion, which may not coincide with the end of a nine week period or semester.Students enrolled in GSTC postsecondary adult vocational courses may earn multiple elective credits as needed for graduationrequirements. Weighting of each dual enrollment course will be equivalent to Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate,or Advanced International Certificate of Education courses when grade point averages are calculated.14. A funding provision that delineates costs incurred by each entity.FeesTuition and textbook fees are waived for dual enrollment students. However, students may be responsible for tools or equipmentrequired for some courses.The TABE testing fee is waived for dual enrollment students.15. Any institutional responsibilities for student transportation, if provided.TransportationDual enrollment students are responsible for their own transportation to and from GSTC.16. For students with disabilities, a postsecondary institution eligible to participate in dual enrollment pursuant to s. 1011.62(1)(i) shall include in its dual enrollment articulation agreement, services and resources that are available to students withdisabilities who register in a dual enrollment course at the eligible institution.Disability ServicesStudents with disabilities are encouraged to self-identify and request services before or after admission to George Stone.Reasonable accommodations can be made based on the needs of the individual student.06/24/2021 01:57 PMPage 6 of 6

School Board of Escambia County, Florida (to include Escambia High School, Northview High School, Pensacola High School, Pine Forest High School, Tate High School, Washington High School, and West Florida Technical High School), hereinafter . (IB), and Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) courses. In addition, dual enrollment

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