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Maintenance and Plant Services: A division of ODCTE that provides a clean and safe working environment for staff and customers, in­cluding building and custodial maintenance, plant services and emergency procedure implementa­tion and training.

Management and Organizational Development Services: Approved business and entrepreneur­ial services that enable organizations to achieve their business goals by improving organizational effectiveness, implementing continuous improve­ment, improving human performance and estab­lishing leadership programs.

Management Information System Code: A four-digit course code representing an occupa­tional grouping assigned to each business and industry training course.

MarkED Conclave: An annual professional de­velopment conference for individuals who teach economics, marketing, management and entre­preneurship.

MarkED Consortium: An association of state education departments and other educational groups interested in economics, entrepreneurship, business management and marketing.

Marketing Education Division: See Business, Information Technology and Marketing Education Division.

Marketing Education Programs: See Business, Information, Technology and Marketing Education Programs.

Memorandum of Training: A written understand­ing among the CareerTech teacher, the employer and the student or parent that designates each party’s responsibilities for work-site learning to take place.

Memorandum of Understanding: A document that describes the general principles of an agreement between parties, but does not amount to a substantive contract.

Mentor: An experienced person who provides guid­ance and support by being a role model, guide, tu­tor, coach or confidant to the developing novice.

Metal Working Skills Inc.: Provides national program accreditation.

Model Sequence of Courses: A designated se­quence of academic and technical courses that successively builds content from introductory to advanced information and culminates in academic and tech­nical skill proficiency certificate, licensure and/or degrees.

Multistate Academic and Vocational Curricu­lum Consortium: A nonprofit consor­tium of states formed to develop mutually needed, competency-based instructional materials.


 

 

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