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Perkins required data posting

Perkins required data posting

Career and Technical Education (CTE) reports have been added to KSDE’s Data Central.

The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 was designed to improve and expand services for students enrolled in CTE programs.

It requires the following:

(D) STATE DISSEMINATION OF ACTUAL LEVELS OF PERFORMANCE. — At the end of each program year, the eligible agency shall disseminate the actual levels of performance described in subparagraph (C)(i)(II)—

(i) widely, including to students, parents, and educators;

(ii) through a variety of formats, including electronically through the Internet; and

(iii) in user-friendly formats and languages that are easily accessible, as determined by the eligible agency.

COMPS-3096.pdf (govinfo.gov)

Each district that is eligible for Perkins funding (standalones and each member of a consortium) must post the attached CTE Icon with clickable link to their district’s CTE webpage. Web links will be collected within the annual Secondary Improvement application for FY 25.

For more information on Perkins, click here. Please contact Natalie D. Clark at ndclark@ksde.org or Helen Swanson at hswanson@ksde.org with any questions.

Posted: Mar 14, 2024,
Comments: 0,
Tags: CTE , Perkins

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