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Perkins Governance 2012-2013 Funding, Requirements

Perkins Governance 2012-2013 Funding, Requirements. Perkins Fiscal Training Part I, October 9, 2012. A note about CEUs…. Teachers can get certificates (1 hour) within two weeks of completing the session evaluation for today’s webinar.

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Perkins Governance 2012-2013 Funding, Requirements

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  1. Perkins Governance 2012-2013 Funding, Requirements Perkins Fiscal Training Part I, October 9, 2012

  2. A note about CEUs… Teachers can get certificates (1 hour) within two weeks of completing the session evaluation for today’s webinar. • NOTE: Since there is no teacher CEU preapproval process it is up to the local continuing education committee to decide whether or not these hours will apply to your teaching license renewal.

  3. Goals for Part I • Review state and federal fiscal regulations and legislation, Board of Trustee policies and procedures and MDE regulations governing Minnesota CTE and Perkins financialprocedures • Review Minnesota state allocation and budget

  4. Agenda • The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 • Governing Documents • Minnesota Perkins CTE Funding for 2012-2013 • Requirements to Receive Funds

  5. The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 https://www.acteonline.org/iwebredir.aspx?url=Purchase/CatalogSearchResults.aspx?Option=2&Topic=Best+Sellers

  6. Carl D. Perkins CTE Act 2006 The purpose of this Act is to develop more fully the academic and career and technical skills of secondary education students and postsecondary education students who elect to enroll in career and technical education programs Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006, Section 2

  7. Authorization There is authorized to be appropriated to carry out this Act … such sums as may be necessary for each of the fiscal years 2007 through 2012. Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006, Section 9

  8. Appropriation Source: http://www2.ed.gov/programs/gtep/gtep.pdf

  9. Sequestration • Budget Control Act of 2011-- effective January 2, 2013 • If Congress does not act to change it, non-exempt discretionary funding will be reduced by ~8.2% • 2012-2013 Perkins allocation Oct. 1, 2012, prior to Jan. 2, 2013, not expected to be reduced, but after January 2 uncertain. • 2013-2014 Perkins allocation, July 1, 2013, expected to be reduced ~ 8.2%

  10. Tydings Amendment and First In/First Out (FIFO) Federal fiscal year for Perkins is from October 1 through September 30. However, states may receive a portion of their funds beginning on July 1 prior to the beginning of the fiscal year and have 12 months beyond the fiscal year to expend funds. This extension is referred to as the Tydings Amendment.

  11. Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2012 Perkins Funds (2012-2013) FIFO FY 2013 FFY 2012 FY 2014 FFY 2013 Reallocation FFY 2012 LOCAL Forward Funding Unexpended funds returned to state Forward Funding FFY 2012 Tydings STATE October 1, 2012 September 30, 2013 September 30, 2014 July 1, 2012 June 30, 2013 June 30, 2014

  12. Perkins Award Letter Basic and Reserve Allocations Forward Funding

  13. Reallocation Award Letter Prior Year Reallocation FIFO

  14. Minnesota Perkins Funding 2012-2013 (SFY13; FFY12)

  15. MN Perkins CTE Funds 2012-2013Federal Fiscal Year 2012, State Fiscal Year 2013

  16. MN State Colleges and Universities in collaboration with Minnesota Department of Education • Fiscal agent for state Perkins CTE grants • Implements federal regulations and cost principles for state, local, and Indian tribal governments and for educational institutions • Ensures compliance with state statutes • Drives decisions based on policies and procedures mandated in the federal and state laws

  17. Governing Documents that Regulate Perkins CTE Financial Requirements

  18. Governing Documents Federal State Minnesota Laws/State Grant Policies [MN Statute § 16B.97 – Grants Management] – managing grants as related to payments, monitoring, closeout, etc. Minnesota Rules – secondary credentialing, program approval requirements. MnSCU Board of Trustees Policies and Chancellor’s Procedures. Minnesota State Plan for CTE --use of funds specific to Minnesota • Perkins Act P.L. 109-270 –expectations for use of funds. • Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) – Promulgated rules in federal register. • Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) • Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars –restrictions on the use of funds.

  19. EDGAR-US Department of Education

  20. Perkins CTE Financial Resources: • Perkins Act P.L. 109-270 http://www2.ed.gov/policy/sectech/leg/perkins/index.html • US Department of Education General Administrative Regulations EDGAR --Code of Federal Regulations http://www2.ed.gov/policy/fund/reg/edgarReg/edgar.html • Office of Management and Budget--OMB Circulars http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/om/index.html • Minnesota State Plan for Career and Technical Education http://www.cte.mnscu.edu/perkinsIV/MN_State_Plan/index.html • Minnesota Legislation and Rules http://www.leg.state.mn.us/

  21. Requirements to Receive Perkins Funds

  22. To Receive Perkins Funds Secondary Post Secondary On MnSCU Approved Program Inventory – Procedure 3.36.1 Offered by state college Perkins eligible; Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) and Career Pathway identified Leads to certificate, diploma, AAS or AS Faculty meet minimum qualifications of career technical credential field – Policy 3.32 Procedure 3.32.1 • State-approved CTE Program(s) • Utilizing appropriately licensed staff

  23. To Receive Perkins Funds • Participate in one of the state’s Perkins consortia • Each consortium must have at least one eligible secondary recipient and at least one eligible postsecondary recipient • No district nor college may belong to more than one consortium • A charter school with a state-approved CTE program must be invited to participate in a consortium

  24. To Receive Perkins Funds Consortia are encouraged to consider other potential partners who may participate but may not directly receive funds • WorkForce Centers • Adult Basic Education Programs • 4-year Universities • Non-public schools and institutions

  25. The consortium must develop a single local/regional plan • The plan must address secondary basic grant programs, postsecondary basic grant programs, and tech prep activities • The plan must address all required Perkins activities organized around five broad goals • The plan must be signed by each participating college president and each participating school superintendent

  26. The consortium must identify one secondary fiscal host and one postsecondary fiscal host to receive and manage Perkins funds in accordance with the local plan • Consortium funds may not be commingled, but may be used across secondary/postsecondary lines • The signed local plan is the legal document governing use of the funds – no other joint powers agreement is required

  27. Expectations of the Local Consortium Perkins Coordinators • Facilitate development of the local consortium plan and budget • Coordinate development and implementation of programs of study and technical skill assessments • Ensure submission of student data and accountability report—Annual Performance Report (APR) • Negotiate accountability performance targets • Facilitate brokering with other consortia

  28. Expectations of the Local Consortium Perkins Fiscal Hosts • Manage the money per the agreements in the consortium plan • Sub-grant funds to other school districts/colleges as appropriate and according to the consortium plan • Manage the draw-down of funds • Ensure submission of fiscal information • Maintain an audit trail

  29. Perkins CTE Financial Resources: MN CTE Website www.cte.mnscu.edu/ • Perkins IV Operational Handbook Section III p. 24 Financial Requirements www.cte.mnscu.edu/consortium_resources/index. • FY12 Local Application Section III Resources www.cte.mnscu.edu/forms/index.html • Home page-FAQs www.cte.mnscu.edu/index.html

  30. FAQs www.cte.mnscu.edu

  31. Perkins CTE Financial Questions • Please input your questions on the chat function. • We value your questions, input and feedback. It helps us all do better.

  32. Perkins CTE Financial Training Webinars • Overview of Perkins IV Law, Governing Documents, and MN Funding--Part I, Tuesday, October 9, 2012, 1:00 – 2:00 pm • Requirements to Receive Funds, Local Distribution and Uses of Funds--Part II, Monday, October 15 , 2012 1:00 – 2:00 pm • Perkins Fiscal Procedures and Requirements– PostsecondaryWednesday, October 17, 2012, 1:00 – 2:00 pm • Perkins Fiscal Procedures and Requirements – SecondaryWednesday, October 24 , 2012, 10:00 -11:00 am www.cte.mnscu.edu

  33. Upcoming events: • Annual Perkins Consortium Coordinators Meeting November 14, 2012Minnesota Department of Education, Roseville, MN • CTE Works! Career & Technical Education Conference November 15, 2012 Crowne Plaza West, Plymouth, MN • http://www.cte.mnscu.edu/events/index.html

  34. Presenters JoAnn Simser, State CTE Director, joann.simser@so.mnscu.edu 651-201-1650 Shannon Kohlman, Grant Accountant,shannon.kohlman@so.mnscu.edu612-548-2067, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Dan Smith, Supervisor, Center for Postsecondary Success, dan.smith@state.mn.us 651-582-8339, Minnesota Department of Education

  35. Thank you for all you do for CTE in Minnesota…

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