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d. Plans for improving facilities

(1) Neither state nor federal funds will be used for facilities

in the comprehensive high schools; however, consultive service

is provided to the extension of improving existing areas and

that of drawing a complete department layout.

(2) At the present time, there are 13 area vocational schools in

the state. Three of the 13 schools (Ashland, Lafayette, and

Western) will start construction of complete new and expanded

facilities.

Six of the schools (Harlan, Hazard, Jeffersontown,

Mayo, Northern Kentucky, and Somerset) will be expanded.

(3) During the 19

fiscal year, 12 extension centers were in

operation,

Three of the extension centers (Breathitt County,

Knox County, and Belfry) are being expanded, and operation will

begin in these centers September, 1967.

Ten new extension centers, funded in 1966, (Russellville,

Nelson County, Russell County, Garrard County, Mason County,

Montgomery County, Bell County, Clay County, Lee County, and

Martin County) will begin operation September, 1967.

Fourteen extension centers (Allen County, Green County, Henderson

County, Shelby County, Carroll County, Clinton County, Mercer

County, Rockcastle County, Corbin, Rowan County, Carter County,

Greenup County, Letcher County, and Knott County) are under

construction or construction will begin during the fiscal year,

but none of this number will start programs in September, 1967

7.)

2. Vocational and technical education for post high school students,

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Agriculture
Business and office
Distributive

3 12 7

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Agriculture

2
Agricultural Mechanics (1)

Ornamental Horticulture (1)
Business and office

6
Filing, Office Machines,

and General office clerical (1)
Stenographic and Related (1)
Typing and Related (1)
Accounting and Computing (1)
Business Data Processing

Systems (1)
Supervisory and Administrative

Management (1)
Distributive

0
Health

7
Home Health Aides (1)
Ward Clerks (1)
Surgical Technicians (1)
Medical Assistants (1)
Dental Assistants (1)
Medical Record Assistants (1)

Laboratory Assistants (1)
Home Economics

3
Homemaking (0)
Occupational (3)

Hospital Housekeeping Aides (1)
Interior Decoration (1)

Child Care (1)
Technical

0
Trades and Industry

Hydraulics (1)
Pneumatics (1)
Instrumentation (1)
Airplane Mechanics (1)

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Continued emphasis will be given at this level on the purchase

of new or additional equipment to improve the quality of instruction

federal for equipment used in the area vocational schools since

this is where the post secondary programs are offered.

In event

programs are offered at the extension centers, equipment secured

for secondary programs will be utilized.

d.

Plans for improving facilities

In Agriculture at the Jeffersontown Area Vocational School,

a building has been leased and will be renovated to house a

horticulture program.

Also, two green houses will be constructed.

In Home Economics, space will be provided for programs in the

area of child care, food service, and garment construction and

alteration at Northern Kentucky, Harlan, and Somerset.

The Business and Office Division will help to implement change

in facilities where needed such as more adequate wiring, more

efficient layouts, designing modern office laboratories, and other

facility improvements that will improve the condition for providing

advanced business training.

Distributive Education will make provisions to include adequate

classroom and office space as well as a sales display room for each

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school.

Health Occupations plan for improvement in eight of the area

vocational schools through expansion of existing facilities or

construction of a new facility.

In Trade and Industrial and Technical Education, additions

to three of the area vocational schools will soon be under con

struction for complete new facilities.

Six other area vocational

schools will be expanded to more adequately take care of post high

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Vocational and technical education for persons who have already entered

New teaching personnel requirements (replacements not included)

Agriculture

2 Business and office

33 (This number will also teach

in the secondary programs) Distributive

7 (This number will also teach

post secondary students)
Health

20
(Adult Supplementary)
Home Economics

38
Homemaking (38)
(Bighteen of this number was
included to teach high school

students)
Occupational (0)
Technical

0 Trades and Industry

30

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New or additional fields to be provided

13

Agriculture

0
Business and office

7
Business Office Management (1)
Real Estate (1)
Transportation (1)
Budgeting and Control (1)
Insurance (1)
Business Law (1)
Income Tax Reporting (1)
(These courses will be

offered as requested)
Distributive

0
Health
(An upgrade program will be
offered for LPNs licensed by

waiver during 1967)
Home Economics

1
Homemaking (0)
Occupational (1)

Hospital Housekeeping Aides (1)
Technical

0
Trades and Industry

Hydraulics (1)
Pneumatics (1)
Instrumentation (1)
Airplane Mechanics (1)

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Plans for replacement or purchase of new equipment

In most instances, programs of adult education use the equipment This is true both in the comprehensive high schools and the area

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vocational schools and extension centers.

In event adequate

equipment is not available from the high school and post high school

programs, it will be purchased with 50 per cent state and 50 per

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There are no plans for the construction of facilities to be

used solely for the adult education programs.

Facilities for high

school and post high school programs will be used for the adult

programs.

4.

Vocational and technical education for persons with special needs

A state supervisor for persons with special needs has been on the

job one full year.

Most of the time of this supervisor has been that

of getting oriented on:

(1) What constitutes a special needs program
(2) Identifying special needs students

(3) Interpreting the program of special needs students to

vocational education personnel and others

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(4) Attending national, regional, and other meetings dealing with

the special needs students

(5) Preparing for a national seminar for persons with special

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A program in School of the Deaf at Danville, Kentucky, will

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