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Regional Meeting Webinar for FY 14 CTE Local Plans March 20, 2013

Regional Meeting Webinar for FY 14 CTE Local Plans March 20, 2013

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Regional Meeting Webinar for FY 14 CTE Local Plans March 20, 2013

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  1. Regional Meeting Webinar forFY 14 CTE Local PlansMarch 20, 2013 Jeanne-Marie S. Holly, Program Manager, CTE Systems Branch Kathy McNerney Education Program Supervisor Maryland State Department of Education Division of Career and College Readiness

  2. Presentation Objectives • Provide an update on the Federal Budget • Share a reminder about use of Perkins funds • Share upgrades to the Web-based Plan • Share a reminder about Program Improvement Plans • Provide information on Interim Reports • Provide an update to the Locally Agreed Upon Performance Levels (LAUPL)

  3. Federal Budget • Congress has not passed a budget • Sequestration has triggered cuts to the federal budget

  4. What does this mean for Perkins? • Cuts to the Education Budget, specifically Perkins, is estimated to be 5% • Reduction of entire Perkins allocation by 5% nationally • Use 5% reduction as an estimate for planning purposes • Maryland is estimating a 6% reduction

  5. What does this mean for Perkins? • Federal-to-state formula run is needed to determine state allocations • Annual formula shifts due to population and poverty, as well as the small state minimum, will impact all states’ allocations

  6. What does this mean for Perkins? • US Department of Education unsure of when state estimates will be available • US Department of Education uncertain if the reduction will apply to July 1 or October 1 allocation or both • Actual impact to Maryland still unknown

  7. Sequestration by State • The White House created fact sheets on the general effects of sequestration (http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/02/22/what-sequester#states). • While these are useful, they do not contain specific information in regard to Perkins funding

  8. Perkins Funds • Perkins is about upgrades and continuous improvement • Reduced funds requires data to determine return on investment for activities • Supplement not supplant – especially in these economic times

  9. Web-based Plan • Key elements in the plan: • Local Perspective • Data Analysis • Five Year Plan need to align with planned improvement activities in the Strategy Worksheets • Ensure the rationale aligns with the planned activities • Planned activities may have multiple measurable outcomes

  10. Web-based Plan • Due May 17, 2013 • Notify Regional Coordinator that the Plan is completed and ready for review • The Plan is submitted via the web and NOT DocuShare

  11. Web-based Plan • Ensure that all documents required have been uploaded in the Plan • All required signatures are in BLUE ink and scanned in color prior to uploading or else mailed

  12. Program Improvement Plans • Still required for all Core Indicators that did not meet the 90% threshold • A separate Improvement Plan is required to be submitted with the Local Plan • Identify where the planned activities addressing the Core Indicator(s) can be found in the Local Plan

  13. Reports and Accountability Data • Reports - Interim and Final not received by due dates will delay funding • Accountability data, such as enrollment, Pell grant recipients, pre-graduate survey, work-based learning survey, outcome files not received by due dates will delay funding

  14. Local Agreed Upon Performance Levels (LAUPL) • LAUPL targets have previously been negotiated in the Fall each year • LAUPL targets will now be negotiated in the Spring each year • Attestation Memo and signature form will be sent by March 31, 2013 and due to MSDE by April 30, 2013.

  15. Next Steps • Follow Congress and its budget actions • Use Local Advisory Councils and Program Advisory Committees to advocate for CTE • Research other resources that might be available to support CTE • Relook at priorities for CTE programs of study