The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Completer Follow-up 2014 Follow-Up of the 2013 CTE Graduates. Purpose of the Survey?. An online survey of recent high school CTE graduates for the 2012-2013 school year Required to meet federal and state regulations
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A CTE completer is a student who has met the
requirements for a CTE concentration (sequence) and all
requirements for high school graduation, or an approved alternative education program.
A CTE concentration is a coherent sequence of courses as identified in the course listings within the CTE Administrative Planning Guide (APG).
(5S1) Secondary Placement (Transition) Rate– CTE completers (based on CTE serving school division) will successfully transition from secondary school to employment, military, further education, or full-time equivalency of part-time combinations of transition indicators.
Performance Standard: 5S1 Secondary Transition Rate = 90%
Performance Standard: 5S1 Completer Response Rate = 75%
48% of completers statewide are “very satisfied” with their CTE programs
Virginia school divisions
66% of completers statewide enrolledin postsecondary
Virginia school divisions
6% of completers
Virginia CTE programs
Read the CTE Director’s memo and follow the directions
Directions will also be available on the CTE Completer Follow-up Survey Web site.
Your account at CTE Completers Follow Up has been activated.
You may now log in by clicking this link or pasting it into your browser:
This link can only be used once to log in and will lead you to a page where you can set your password.
SSWS – Dropbox
The lead CTE division administrator will receive two sets of
usernames and passwords:
Login to the survey Web site
Interview CTE Graduates
The digital divide is real. Social and digital media are great, but sometimes traditional methods are best.
Things to Remember
Questions about the Web site or survey process, please contact Annie Rorem at the Weldon Cooper Center at the University of Virginia at [email protected] or call (434) 982-5690.
For questions about policy and reporting requirements, please contact the Virginia Department of Education, Office of Career and Technical Education Services directly at [email protected] or call (804) 225-2052.
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The Survey Monkey link for the online evaluation is: