The Regional Safe Schools Cooperative Education Program (RSSCEP) is designed to motivate and encourage students to complete high school while enabling them to make a successful transition to postsecondary education, employment, or other career advancement opportunities. The program emphasizes career-related classrooms in a structured and cooperative work experience environment, and preparation and motivation through a combination of paid work experience. One of the goals of the program is to provide students at risk of not completing high school with career options. Please provide the following information pertaining to the
last fiscal year RSSCEP program in your region.
Please provide some general information.
The RSSCEP program is specifically aimed at assisting suspended or expelled youth to become reoriented and motivated to complete their education by allowing a student to participate in career-related classroom and structure cooperative work experience environment. Please provide the following information pertaining to the participants of the RSSCEP program in your region.
The RSSCEP program requires classroom instruction and supervision time. Each student should receive individualized classroom instruction and supervision time that is equal to one-half hour or more per week. The teacher-coordinator is responsible for implementation and supervision of the RSSCEP program. Please answer the following questions related to the RSSCEP program personnel.
The RSSCEP program emphasizes career-related classrooms in a structured and cooperative work experience environment. Please answer the following questions related to the RSSCEP program.
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