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  1. Carl D Perkins (Perkins IV) Career and Technical Education Act Foundations for Perkins Accountability: Core Indicators, Annual Reports, Targets, and Gap Evaluation Dr. Chuck Wiseley Spring 2011

  2. Session Goals • Describe the Foundational requirements for: • Core Indicators (CI), • Reports, • Performance Targets • Evaluation and Sanctions. • Perkins ties funds to improving student success through accountability requirements. Perkins Accountability Foundations

  3. Session Objectives Participants will be able to: • Describe the requirements in the law that are the foundation for the Perkins IV • Core Indicators, • CI Reports, • Negotiated targets, • Performance gaps analysis, • And, sanctions for not meeting targets Perkins Accountability Foundations

  4. Accountability Requirements Section 113(b) & 123(b) Section 113(b) • Core indicators of performance • Report results annually • Disaggregate by specific population groups • State & Local “adjusted levels of performance” • Levels of performance negotiated with USDE/State Section 123(b) • Assess performance against negotiated levels and initiate sanctions to assure continuous improvement Perkins Accountability Foundations

  5. Section 113(b): Core Indicators of Performance Student • attainment of technical skill proficiencies; • attainment of credential, certificate, or degree; • retention in postsecondary education or transfer; • placement in military, apprenticeship, or employment; • participation/completion of training in non-traditional fields. Perkins Accountability Foundations

  6. Section 113(b): Disaggregate by Special Population groups • Disaggregation categories include: • race/ethnicity & gender • migrant student • individuals with disabilities; • economically disadvantaged; • individuals preparing for non-traditional fields; • single parents, including single pregnant women; • displaced homemakers; and • individuals with limited English proficiency. Perkins Accountability Foundations

  7. Section 113(b): Identify and Quantify Gaps among groups • Additionally in the reports, • identify and quantify gaps in performance • among the subgroups • compared to all students. • Reported in the Local Application. Perkins Accountability Foundations

  8. Section 113(b): Performance Targets • Assess CTE effectiveness & progress • State & Local “adjusted levels of performance” • Levels of performance negotiated • State with USDE • Local recipients with State • Included in Local Application Perkins Accountability Foundations

  9. Section 123(b): Activities & Sanctions • Annually assess performance against 90% of negotiated levels • Initiate sanctions to assure: • continuous improvement and • increased student success Perkins Accountability Foundations

  10. Section 123(b): Sanctions In the Law – Program Improvement • State: • < 90% of Target - Improvement Plan • 3 years for any single target – Funds withheld • Locals: • < 90% of Targets - Improvement Plan • No improvement in year 2 or 3 years < 90% for any single target State SHALL provide technical assistance State MAY withhold funds (all or part) Perkins Accountability Foundations

  11. Discussion • Next Recommend Presentations: • Implementing Core Indicators • Core Indicator Reports • Negotiating Targets Comments welcome: • Improve the Content: • Order, Detail, Other? • Send comments to: Chuck Wiseley at cwiseley@cccco.edu Perkins Accountability Foundations