2008-2009 Perkins Basic & Regional Reserve Grants Annual Report Directions October 30, 2009 Sections Introduction General Guidelines for Writing the Reports Final Spending Workbook Directions for Sections of the Report Overviews of 2008-2009 Report on the 2008-2009Activities
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Annual Report Directions
October 30, 2009
(BASIC GRANT REPORTS ONLY)
The purpose of the Perkins Annual Report is to:
The purpose of the Perkins Annual Report (cont.):
The Annual Report consists of two separate documents:
An electronic copy attached to an e-mail will be accepted by the November 18, 2009 due date. An original signed assurance (the cover page) is due to the Oregon Department of Education no later than November 25, 2009.
Provide enough detail about:
Directions the November 18, 2009 due date. An original signed assurance (the cover page) is due to the Oregon Department of Education no later than
Organized by the Core Elements
Items in the Required Elements sections may help you frame your statements in the Results boxes.
Report on Local Improvement Planning Process (Section IC)
(BASIC GRANT REPORT ONLY)
When the Reports are reviewed, the items marked “NA” will help identify technical assistance needs.
The Optional Responses will help identify where promising practices are happening, as well as help us “tell the story” of CTE in Oregon.
Each item will be addressed in terms of Regional Alignment and Articulation, and Regional Professional Development.
For more detail about each item in the Required Elements, see Appendices II – IV
The Core Elements upon which the Local Perkins Plans are built, and their definitions
Activities…may include…progress in having special populations who participate in career and technical education programs meet local adjusted levels of performance (Section 124c, 10A, iv)