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Section 32. BASIC SKILLS

CSSC Code Title Alternate Titles Description
Main Category Sub-Category Course
32     BASIC SKILLS   A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the fundamental career and employment skills a person in normally thought to need in order to function productively in society.
  01   BASIC SKILLS, CAREERS AND EMPLOYMENT   A group of instructional programs that describe the
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    02 Career Preparation So You Want A Job; Business Opportunities; Job Entry Training; College and Career Planning; Guidance job application; interviewing; promotional opportunities; work ethic; test taking; educational requirements
    03 Career Exploration Vocations, Introduction; Career Development; Work Observational Experience; Career Education; Occupational Exploratory Program business community exploration; career observation unpaid experiences; site visits; career planning
    04 Work Experience Job Entry employment skills; vocational instruction; job placement; unpaid experiences; short-term training
    05 Work Experience Advanced Job Training advanced experiences; vocational instruction; job placement; unpaid experiences; employment skills; short term training
    06 Cooperative Education 1   paid vocational training; full learning experience; job placement
    07 Cooperative Education 2   advanced experience; paid vocational training
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    21 Off-Campus Vo Tech Training - Unspecified    
    31 Coordinated Vocational and Academic Education    
    00 Basic Skills, Career and Employment, Other    
  02   BASIC SKILLS, GENERAL    
    01 Resource Room (NON Special Ed)    
    11 Study Dynamics   study skill improvement; notetaking; research paper preparation
    21 Test Taking   general preparation for state competency exams in math, science, English, reading, writing, SAT, ACT
    31 Individualized Academic Program   dropout prevention, college preparation, tutorial assistance, e.g. project AVID
    00 Basic Skills, General, Other    

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