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1 Virtual Data Quality Institute June 6-7, 2012 Presenters: Johan Uvin, Deputy Assistant Secretary, OVAE Alicia Bolton, Program Specialist, OVAE

2 Overview of CTE Blueprint Four Core Principles and Nine Supporting Reforms Effective ALIGNMENT between CTE and labor market needs  Clear Expectations for High-quality Programming  A More Active Role for States Strong COLLABORATION among education, business, and industry partners  Consortia Funding  Private-sector Match Meaningful ACCOUNTABILITY for improving outcomes  Within-state Competitions to Distribute Funds to Consortia  Common Definitions to Strengthen Data Systems  Incentives for High Performance Increased emphasis on INNOVATION to support state reforms and local practices  State Conditions for Success and Innovation  A Competitive CTE Innovation and Transformation Fund

3 Looking Ahead to Reauthorization  April 2012  Blueprint was released  May until  Engagement activities with key stakeholders  Ongoing work with States through a State Perkins Accountability Congress to propose the common definitions that would be used for the indicators  Fiscal Year 2013  Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 officially up for reauthorization on October 1 st 2012  Congressional timing unknown

4 Key Accountability Provisions  Complete implementation of a SLDS or comparable system that incorporates CTE data  Use a smaller set of performance indicators that are commonly-defined and, where applicable, aligned with ESEA, WIA, and HEA statutes  Enrollment in State-selected CTE programs  High school graduations rates  Postsecondary enrollment rates, with and without remediation  Rates of attainment of industry-recognized credentials, postsecondary certificates and postsecondary degrees  Rates of attainment of employment  Earnings  Report data on an aggregated and disaggregated basis for seven student categories

5 Support for States  Data Quality Institutes – These annual institutes bring together state teams comprised of state CTE directors and their accountability state to improve the quality and consistency of data that states must report on.  Next Step Work Group (NSWG) Conference Calls – OVAE holds months calls with state CTE directors, secondary and postsecondary accountability staff to discuss emerging issues in Perkins accountability.  Individual Technical Assistance to States – OVAE offers customized technical assistance to state on Perkins accountability issues. Up to eight states are selected to receive technical assistance each year through an application process conducted each fall.

6 Open Questions/Challenges  How will “participation” be defined (i.e., who is a CTE student)?  How will the accountability system account for students who switch to a program in another consortia’s jurisdiction (i.e., a secondary student who attends college in a different area of the state)?  How will the accountability system account for students (i.e., incumbent workers or adults) who do not enter through the high school pipeline?  How will “earnings” be defined and tracked?

7 Further Information  Administration’s blueprint available at:


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