Presentation on theme: "Writing Perkins Program Improvement Projects for Business Education Lori Mitchell CTE Coordinator Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative"— Presentation transcript:
Writing Perkins Program Improvement Projects for Business Education Lori Mitchell CTE Coordinator Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative email@example.com
Carl D. Perkins Funding Any school which receives less than $15,000 must pool funds within a consortium Funds are distributed by the following ratio: - 70% of the funds will be based on the number of children in poverty ages 5-17 who reside in each school district - 30% of the funds will be based on the number of children ages 5-17 who reside in each school district Funds are not an entitlement and lose their identity within consortium With the new reauthorization in 2006, very little money is spent on equipment Funds are directed toward improvement of Perkins Indicators
Perkins Indicators: Academic Skill Attainment – Literacy Academic Skill Attainment - Geometry Technical Skill Attainment High School Completion Rate High School Graduation Rate Placement Status Nontraditional Participation Nontraditional Completion
Types of Program Improvement: Across-All-Programs Project (Project to address a performance indicator) Improvement of Specific Program of Study (High Skill, High Wage, High Demand)
Project to address a performance indicator Please see handout
Examples of Approved Business Education Projects Improving EOC Proficiency in Business Education Illustrator/Photoshop from a Creative Angle Improving Literacy through Speech & Handwriting Recognition SAM Software Systems for improvement of CTE End-of-Course Assessments Improving Technical Skills for Business Ed. – Enhanced Media Accounting Simulations Improving Digital Literacy using iPads CBA Activities for Improvement A Hero Within – Todays Youth Tomorrows Leaders
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