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FY 2010. Meeting Agenda Overview of FY 2010 Grant Guidelines Review plan requirements, changes, submission dates, budgeting Program of Study Update Partnership.

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1 FY 2010

2 Meeting Agenda Overview of FY 2010 Grant Guidelines Review plan requirements, changes, submission dates, budgeting Program of Study Update Partnership Agreements Samples, discussion Other Issues Dual Credit Quality Act FY10 Fiscal Monitoring Visits

3 Overview of FY 2010 Grant Guidelines Perkins Title I, Postsecondary Perkins Title II, Partnerships for College and Career Success

4 Grant Plan Components Postsecondary PerkinsPCCS Cover Page (primary contact information) Page 3Page 22 Program Narrative 6 Elements, Appendix H 7 PCCS Component Forms, Attachment 2 (pages 11-17) College Information Page 7N/A Partnership Profile Worksheet N/AAttachment 2 (page 20) Budget Worksheet Appendix BAttachment 2 (page 19) Transit Entity Annual Plan N/AAttachment 2 (page 21) ~if necessary ~ Local Program of Study Inventory (new!) Appendix J (page 29)Attachment 6 (page 27)

5 Grant Plan Due Dates Postsecondary PerkinsPCCS Extension Request Due Date May 8, 2009May 15, 2009 ( Local plans received after the deadline, with an approved extension, will not be guaranteed for approval by July 1, Expenditures may not begin until the approval is received.) Grant Plan Deadline May 15, 2009May 22, 2009 Final Grant Reports (programmatic & fiscal reports) November 1, 2010

6 Program Elements

7 Perkins Title I, Postsecondary Additions and changes consistent with the Plan Addendum Requirements distributed in FY09 Perkins Title II, Partnerships for College and Career Success No changes to PCCS Components

8 PCCS Components – Attachment 2 (page 9) Component 1 Collaboration Component 2 Career Pathways – Program of Study Development Component 3 Professional Development Component 4 Equal Access for Special Populations Component 5 Preparatory Services Component 6 Coordination Requirements Component 7 Accountability Requirements

9 Perkins Postsecondary Program Elements – Section 2.2.A (pages 4-7) Element 1 Improvement of Academic and Career and Technical Skills of CTE students Sub-Elements Unchanged in FY10 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E Added/Revised in FY10 1F, 1G, 1H, 1I Element 2 Collaborations and Partnerships Sub-Elements Unchanged in FY10 2A, 2C, 2D Added/Revised in FY10 2B (2B1, 2B2, 2B3, 2B4), 2E

10 Perkins Postsecondary Program Elements – Section 2.2.A (pages 4-7) Element 3 Program Quality and Continuous Improvement Sub-Elements Unchanged in FY10 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E Added/Revised in FY10 3F Element 4 Access and Success for Special Populations Sub-Elements Unchanged in FY10 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D Added/Revised in FY10 4E

11 Perkins Postsecondary Program Elements – Section 2.2.A (pages 4-7) Element 5 Nontraditional Training and Employment Sub-Elements Unchanged in FY10 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D Added/Revised in FY10 none Element 6 Faculty and Staff Professional Development Sub-Elements Unchanged in FY10 6A, 6B (6B1, 6B2, 6B3, 6B4), 6C, 6D Added/Revised in FY10 none

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13 Program Elements/Component Worksheets Perkins Element / Partnership Component Which Element / Component is being addressed? Resources How much money is being allocated to this task, and from where? Must be listed as dollars, with their sources (Foundation grant, WIA, institutional funds, etc) Activity Briefly describe the specific activity that will address the element/component. Must start with an action verb provide, host, evaluate, identify, etc

14 Program Elements/Component Worksheets Output What – if anything – will be produced as a result of this activity? Should be a product of the activity there may not necessarily be one for each activity Performance Measure Which of the Performance Measures will be impacted by this activity? Perkins: Postsecondary Perkins PCCS: secondary, postsecondary and PCCS Indicators One activity can impact multiple measures

15 Program Elements/Component Worksheets Expected Outcomes are specific, long-term/short-term measurable results that address the direct and indirect effects of an activity reflect results, not process are written as change statements, indicating whether things will increase, decrease or stay the same things that can be quantified -Increase the numbers of.... -not increase awareness of... describe what will be different as a result of the activity for the students, teachers, business partners, college, school, etc.

16 Program Elements/Component Worksheets Expected Outcomes are directly influenced by - or caused to happen - by the activity are realistic and achievable are reflective of the scope of the activity serve the same population clearly impact one or more of the Performance Measures.

17 Local Program of Study Inventory

18 Perkins - Appendix J (page 29) PCCS - Attachment 6 (page 27)

19 Local Program of Study Inventory

20 Overview of FY 2010 Budgeting

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22 Postsecondary PerkinsPCCS Budget Worksheet Appendix B (page 15)Attachment 2 (page 19) Budget Categories 7 Expenditure Accounts9 Expenditure Accounts 6 Program Elements and General Admin 7 Components, General Admin and Payments to Ed Partners (i.e., transits) General Administration No more than 5% of the total allocation Budget Modification Threshold Budget modifications over 20% or $10,000 (whichever is higher) of any specific line, either as an addition to or subtraction from, require prior ICCB approval Budget modifications over 20% or $2,000 (whichever is higher) of any specific line, either as an addition to or subtraction from, require prior ICCB approval

23 Overview of FY 2010 Budget Modifications

24 Requests should be made by the project director Must include: a revised budget worksheet Response to the following questions (to justify the need for an amendment) What was the original intent for the funds? Why are the funds no longer being used for this purpose? What is the new intended purpose for the funds?

25 Overview of FY 2010 Budget Modifications

26 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update

27 Programs of Study sequences of courses that incorporate a non-duplicative progression of secondary and postsecondary elements include rigorous academic and CTE content, aligned curriculum lead to the attainment of an industry recognized credential, certificate, or degree

28 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Programs of Study allow students to get more involved and perform better in school by combining rigorous academics with career education so that students have a clear path to their future. Students who understand the relevance of what they are learning, and how it aligns to their educational and occupational goals, achieve greater success in high school and beyond.

29 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Two Parallel Initiatives State-Level Pathway Development Local Program of Study Development

30 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Two Parallel Initiatives State-Level Pathway Development Based on specific statewide economic and workforce development needs Cluster Teams formed to develop Cluster-Level Knowledge & Skills (K&S) Statements Pathway Development Teams (PDTs) formed to develop Pathway-Level K&S and supporting materials Materials developed are shared with PCCS, EFEs and community colleges to provide the foundation of a review of existing programs

31 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Two Parallel Initiatives Local Program of Study Development PCCS charged with bringing stakeholders together to build local POS that address local workforce/economic development needs Secondary Schools community colleges EFEs Business, industry and labor partners Universities POS builds upon past CTE and/or Tech Prep sequences Infuses other information available, including Career Cluster

32 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Where we are now... CURRENT PROJECTS Health Science Cluster – Therapeutic Services Pathway John A Logan with Connect SI College of DuPage with The Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council Manufacturing Cluster - Production Pathway and Production Process Development Pathway Illinois Central College

33 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Where we are now... NEW PROJECTS Health Sciences Pathway Development Teams Diagnostic Services Health Informatics Biotechnology Research and Development

34 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Where we are now... NEW PROJECTS Manufacturing Pathway Development Teams Maintenance, Installation, and Repair Quality Assurance Logistics and Inventory Control Health, Safety, and Environmental Assurance

35 Overview of FY 2010 Programs of Study Update Where we are now... PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT Information Technology PDTs Transportation, Distribution and Logistics PDTs Applications have been received ICCB and ISBE staff are coordinating the review process

36 Overview of FY 2010 Partnership Agreements

37 Partnership agreements should include: The roles and responsibilities of the Partnership members How decisions are made Especially big decisions, like annual plan elements and budgeting How conflicts/disagreements will be resolved

38 Overview of FY 2010 Partnership Agreements Partnership agreements should include: Data Sharing language indicating that... Sharing directory information is permissible under FERPA. Efforts to collaborate and share data with regional partners is beneficial in helping students transition to postsecondary education.

39 Overview of FY 2010 Partnership Agreements Schools may disclose, without consent, directory information such as a student's name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, honors and awards, and dates of attendance. However, schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allow parents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclose directory information about them. Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA. The actual means of notification (special letter, inclusion in a PTA bulletin, student handbook, or newspaper article) is left to the discretion of each school.

40 Overview of FY 2010 Dual Credit Quality Act Higher Education – Dual Credit Quality Act HB 1079

41 Overview of FY 2010 Dual Credit Quality Act Purpose: reduce college costs speed time to degree completion improve curriculum for high school students by aligning it with college and workplace expectations facilitate the transition between high school and college enhance communication between high schools and colleges To offer opportunities for improving degree attainment for underserved populations

42 Overview of FY 2010 Dual Credit Quality Act Highlights: all institutions must adhere to standards when offering dc Standards based off ICCB Admin Rules and NACEP Standards (www.nacep.org)www.nacep.org ICCB is responsible for oversight of community college dc programs IBHE is responsible for oversight of other higher ed dc programs

43 Overview of FY 2010 Dual Credit Quality Act Status: House sponsors, Rep. Roger Eddy, et. al. Passed the House on 3/ – 0 Sent to the Senate, first Senate reading on 3/19 Senate sponsors, Sens. Deanna Demuzio and Edward Maloney Referred to Assignments

44 Overview of FY 2010 FY10 Fiscal Monitoring Visits

45 FY10 CTE Fiscal Monitoring Visits CODPerkins DAOESTech Prep ICCPerkins/Tech Prep McHenryPerkins McHenryTech Prep Carl SandburgPerkins Spoon RiverPerkins Lamoine ValleyTech Prep DanvillePerkins/Tech Prep ShawneePerkins/Tech Prep KaskaskiaPerkins/Tech Prep Rock ValleyPerkins/Tech Prep

46 Questions????

47 FY 2010 Rob Kerr Director of Career and Technical Education Illinois Community College Board (217)


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