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Presentation on theme: "PERKINS NEW COORDINATOR TRAINING SEPTEMBER 8, 2010 PERKINS 101."— Presentation transcript:


2 Carl Dewey Perkins Representative from Kentucky 1949-1984 Legacy of support to education and the underprivileged  Perkins Student Loan  Carl D Perkins CTE Program

3 Evolution of Perkins Program 1905: Advocates for “practical education” argue for broader public school curriculum that prepares graduates for jobs 1917: Smith-Hughes Vocational Education Act ($1.7M) 1936: George-Deen Act increased funding ($14.5M) 1968:Replacement legislation introduced by Rep. Perkins ($365M) 1984: Perkins I-vocational education improvement, special pops 1990: Perkins II-integration of vocational and academic education 1998: Perkins III-technology and workforce preparation 2006: Perkins IV-local accountability, increased academic preparation; preparation for high wage, high skill occupations for tomorrow’s workforce

4 Purpose of Perkins Program Develop more fully the academic, vocational and technical skills of students enrolled in CTE: Develop challenging and rigorous academic and technical standards so that students are prepare for high skill, high wage, high demand, and emerging occupations Link secondary and postsecondary education for effective student transition Develop, implement and improve CTE Professional development and other activities that improve the quality of CTE teachers, faculty, administrators and counselors Partnerships among educational institutions, state agencies, and business and industry Provide lifelong learning opportunities that will produce the knowledge and skills needed to keep the U. S. competitive.

5 Oversight and Authority Federal U.S. Department of Education Office of Vocational and Adult Education Carl D. Perkins Act of 2006 Funding to States; Compliance, Reporting to Congress State Eligible Agency (Arkansas Department of Career Education) Sole state agency responsible for administering program MOU between ACE and ADHE State Plan/State Improvement Plan Compliance; Reporting to OVAE Local Eligible Institution (postsecondary) Eligible Recipient (secondary) Local Plan/Local Annual Plan/Local Improvement Plan Compliance; Reporting to State

6 Role of the Local Coordinator Local Institution State Agency Local Coordinator

7 Distribution of Funds Split of local funds between secondary and postsecondary determined by State Eligible Agency and described in State Plan

8 LOCAL STATE Administration  5% of funds used Program Improvement  Annual Plan  Required use of funds  Permissive use of funds  Improvement Plan Administration  5% of funds used State Leadership  Required use of funds  Permissive use of funds  Improvement plan Use of Funds

9 Required & Permissive Use of Funds Section 135. Local Use of Funds REQUIRED Strengthen CTE through integration of academics and technical programs Link secondary and postsecondary through programs of study All aspects of industry Develop, improve, or expand CTE Professional development CTE evaluation Initiate, improve, expand and modernize CTE programs, including technology Activities for special populations PERMISSIVE Involve stakeholders Career guidance and academic counseling Business partnerships Programs for special populations CTE student organizations Mentoring and support services Equipment and instructional materials Teacher preparation Accessibility of postsecondary instruction Transition to baccalaureate Entrepreneurship, family and consumer science, automotive New courses Career-themed learning communities CTE for adults and dropouts to complete secondary or to upgrade skills Career assistance Activities for nontraditional fields Pooling of funds

10 Accountability Elements Must understand accountability elements, including definitions for numerators and denominators of all core indicators and the flow of data that produces the numbers. PARTICIPANTS CONCENTRATOR RETAINED 1P1 Technical Skill Attainment 3P1 Retention/Transfer 5P1 Nontraditional Participation 5P2 Nontraditional Credential Attainment EXITED 2P1 Credential Attainment 4P1 Placement Employment High Skill, High Wage, High Demand, Emerging Military Apprenticeship FUNDED (Pell/BIA) Race/GenderSpecial Pops

11 Perkins Cycle: PY 2010-11 DateEvent 2009 Oct 15Pell/BIA reported for AY 2008-09 (for PYE11 funding) 2010 March 31PYE11 State targets negotiated with OVAE April 15PYE11 targets negotiated with Locals May 1OVAE announces funding levels for 2010-11; State announces local funding levels May 15Consortia for 2010-11 formed May 31Annual Plan for 2010-11 submitted (for approval by June 30) July 1PYE11 funds available October 15Special population surveys included in Fall Term File November 30Equipment purchase deadline October-NovemberCompliance reviews begin You must layer the multiple years to identify ALL deadlines.

12 Perkins Cycle: PY 2010-11 DateEvent 2011 January-AprilCompliance reviews continue February 15Special population surveys included in Spring Term File March 31Program Improvement Plan submitted March 31Supplemental 4P1 submitted April 30Amendment deadline June 30Deadline to spend PY2011 funds August 10End of Year Financial report August 15End of Year Program report November 15Accountability reports posted in Portal 2012 March 31, 2012Improvement Plan submitted You must layer the multiple years to identify ALL deadlines

13 Application Process Online Development of Annual Plan Submit/Approve or Reject/Spend or Resubmit Must be in substantially approvable form by June 30 in order to spends funds on July 1; very important for salary based activities Consortia issues

14 Compliance Review ProgramFiscalAccountability Annual Plan and associated documents Selection process Activity progress Interviews Professional development Reimbursements to date Remainder of year Planned amendments PARs Inventory check Random sample invoices Core indicators Improvement plan Data quality Program of Study documentation TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE OPPORTUNITY

15 5-STEP IMPROVEMENT PROCESS STEP 1 Document Performance Results STEP 5 Implement Solutions STEP 4 Pilot Test and Evaluate Best Solutions STEP 3 Choose Best Solutions STEP 2 Identify Root Causes Overall Race Gender Special Pops CIP

16 The Bible

17 Make It Work! Learn the timeline Understand the core indicators Understand fiscal responsibilities Establish a local team; use them Seek and participate in technical assistance provided by State staff Organize electronic and paper files Monitor and adjust


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