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Federal - Perkins IV. Programs of Study (Pathways) Secondary/Postsecondary Links Improving Student Performance Academic and Technical Skills Graduation/Completion Placement Non-trad participation and completion Meeting Needs of Special Populations Tech Prep Consolidation.

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federal perkins iv
Federal - Perkins IV
  • Programs of Study (Pathways)
  • Secondary/Postsecondary Links
  • Improving Student Performance
    • Academic and Technical Skills
    • Graduation/Completion
    • Placement
    • Non-trad participation and completion
  • Meeting Needs of Special Populations
  • Tech Prep Consolidation
ovae s expectations
OVAE’s Expectations
  • Linking HS Pathways to College Programs Within Geographical Region
  • Alignment of HS and PS Courses
    • May include Concurrent Credit
    • Student expectation of required training
  • Certifications Available for College Courses
  • Preparation for High Skill, High Wage, High Demand Occupations
perkins iv state plan overall purpose mission statement
Perkins IV State Plan Overall Purpose/Mission Statement
  • Increase CTE concentrators who:
    • Complete secondary CTE Pathways, and
    • Graduate from High School, and
    • Transition to post-secondary education, and
    • Continue on to complete a degree or certificate in post-secondary education, and
    • Enter high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand occupations.
perkins iv state plan general objectives and strategies
Perkins IV State PlanGeneral Objectives and Strategies
  • Develop and implement CTE Pathways
    • Secondary CTE Pathways –All high schools.
    • Post-secondary CTE Majors (Programs of Study)
    • Secondary to Post-secondary Links
      • Articulation agreements
      • Alignment of Secondary to Post-secondary learning
  • Improve information, tools, and resources to help students succeed, including helping them focus on and move through the CTE Pathways.
  • Involving Teachers and Counselors
expectations regarding cte pathways
Expectations Regarding CTE Pathways
  • Perkins Funds support Pathways
    • State – State Leadership
    • Regional - Reserve / Leadership
    • Local Recipient - Formula
  • High Schools must offer CTE Pathways to participate in CTE Funding
  • School District and College CTE Directors collaborate at regional level to develop and implement a 3-year strategic plan
  • Accountability data by CTE Pathways
role of articulation agreements
Role of Articulation Agreements
  • Articulation Agreement = CTE HS to College Pathway
  • Aligns Programs HS to College in Region
    • Concurrent Enrollment Courses
    • Preparatory Courses
  • Highlights Areas for Improvement
    • Concurrent possibilities
    • Better alignment to prepare for college success
how cte pathways help students
How CTE Pathways Help Students
  • Interest and Relevance
    • For Learning Technical Skills
    • For Academic Learning
  • Focus
    • Postsecondary Education
    • Careers
  • Completion
    • High School Graduation
    • Postsecondary Degree or Certificate
special populations
Special Populations
  • Who?
    • Disabled
    • Economic Disadvantaged
    • Non-traditional
    • Single Parents
    • Displaced Homemakers
    • Limited English Proficient (LEP)
special populations1
Special Populations
  • What?
    • Non-discrimination
    • Program Access
    • Disaggregate Performance Data
    • Help Achieve Performance Targets
    • Prepare for High Skill, High Wage, or High Demand Occupations (Tab 6)
    • Document and report such activities
perkins iv
Perkins IV
  • $14 Million Awarded
  • Formula (85%) $11.8 Million
      • Reserve $ .4 Million
      • Secondary $6.8 Million
      • Postsecondary $4.5 Million
  • Leadership (10%) $1.4 Million
      • Non-Traditional Training ($60,000)
      • Corrections ($20,000)
  • Administration (5%) $.7 Million
secondary allocation
Secondary Allocation
  • 70% Poverty Residents age 5-17
  • 30% Residents age 5-17
  • Bureau of the Census School District Estimates of Poverty, 2006 Update
charter schools
Charter Schools
  • With Approved CTE Programs
  • 70% Poverty Students age 5-17
    • USOE Student Low Income Count (Fall Enroll)
  • 30% Students age 5-17
    • USOE Fall Enrollment Count
  • Charter School Students Subtracted from District resident counts
post secondary allocation
Post Secondary Allocation
  • Relative Number of Economic

Disadvantaged Students

    • Pell Grant Recipients
    • Bureau of Indian Affairs Recipients
    • DWS Sponsored Students
regional allocation
Regional Allocation
  • Regional Pathway Implementation
    • Pathway Coordinators
      • $50,000
    • Regional Professional Development
      • $120,000 allocated by base and size
training by site
Training by Site
  • $476,000 from Secondary to Postsecondary
  • Courses Offered at Colleges
  • Memorandum of Understanding
    • Programs included
    • Support for meeting performance levels
funding application process
Funding Application Process
  • State 5 Year Plan
    • Input and Collaboration
  • Local Plans / Applications
    • 5 Year Plan
    • Local Implementation of Perkins
    • Uses of Federal Funds
    • Certifications and Assurances
    • Response to State and Federal Requirements
    • Annual Update Plans
09 application 5 year plan
09 Application – 5-Year Plan
  • On-track
    • 09 task
    • Update 08 narrative, budget, upload
    • Upload FAUPL
funding award process
Funding Award Process
  • Award Process
  • Letter to Recipient (President or Supt)
  • Letter to CTE Director
  • C-20 – Funding Breakdown
  • Requesting funds
  • Accountability Requirements
requesting funds
Requesting Funds

http//www.schools.utah.gov/ate/App-Report/funding.htm

  • Request for Reimbursement & Accountability Part A
  • Disbursements
  • Project Codes
  • Project Allotment Memo (Districts)
  • Carryover
perkins financial transactions
Perkins Financial Transactions?
  • Role of Accounting
    • Post transactions to accounts
    • Maintain general ledger records
  • Role of Program Manager (CTE Director)
    • Assurances
    • Uses of Funds
    • Program Requirements
    • Spending funds according to plan
perkins financial transactions1
Perkins Financial Transactions?
  • Uses of Funds
    • CTE Only
    • Equipment for CTE Pathway programs only
  • Federal Cost Principles
  • Equipment Regulations
perkins performance evaluation
Perkins Performance: Evaluation
  • Data Driven Decision Making
    • Measurement Definitions
    • Targets
    • Performance Results
    • Performance Gaps
  • Continuous Improvement Plans
    • Improvement Strategies
    • Use of Perkins Funding
  • Consequences
    • Sanctions/Incentives
    • Local Improvement Plans
perkins performance who concentrators tab 5
Perkins Performance: Who?Concentrators (Tab 5)
  • High School
    • Seniors Only
    • Complete ½ Credits for a Pathway Including Foundation Course
  • College
    • Postsecondary/Adult Students who
      • Earn 12 CTE Credits w/in Program of Study
      • Complete 360 Hrs of ATC program
      • Complete approved short term ATC program
perkins performance what secondary indicators of performance
Perkins Performance: What?Secondary Indicators of Performance
  • Academic Attainment
  • Technical Skill Attainment
  • Diplomas
  • Graduation Rates
  • Placement
  • Non-Traditional Training
perkins performance what ps indicators of performance
Perkins Performance: What?PS Indicators of Performance
  • Technical Skill Attainment
  • Certifications/Degrees
  • Retention in Postsecondary Ed
  • Placement
  • Non-Traditional Training
slide28

Negotiating Targets

(Continuous improvement 1% per year)

slide29

Negotiating Targets

(Continuous improvement to reach 85.7% by 2014)

3dm perkins iii to iv
Perkins III

1S1 – Academic Achievement

Use Perkins IV 1S1

Use Perkins IV 1S2

1S2 – Skill Attainment

2S1 – HS Completion

Use Perkins IV 4S1 Data

3S1 - Placement

4S1 – Non Trad Participation

4S1 – Non Trad Completion

Perkins IV

1S1 – Language Arts

1S2 – Math

2S1 – Skill Attainment

3S1 – HS Completion

4S1 – Graduation Rates

5S1 – Placement

6S1 – Non Trad Participation

6S2 – Non Trad Completion

3DM Perkins III to IV
3dm perkins iii to iv ps
Perkins III

1P1 – Academic Attainment

1P2 – Skill Attainment

2P1 – College Completion

3P1 – Placement

3P2 - Retention

4P1 – Non Trad Participation

4P1 – Non Trad Completion

Perkins IV

1P1 – Skill Attainment

2P1 – College Completion

3P1 – Retention/Transfer

4P1 – Placement

5P1 – Non Trad Participation

5P2 – Non Trad Completion

3DM Perkins III to IV - PS
continuous improvement
Continuous Improvement
  • Shared Responsibility
    • State
    • Local Recipients
  • State Players
    • State Perkins Coordinator
    • State Perkins Specialist
    • Higher Ed Liaison
    • State Info Specialist
  • Local Team
    • CTE Director
    • CTE Staff
    • Local Info Specialist