The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins IV) calls upon states to create sequences of academic and career and technical education (CTE) coursework to help students attain a postsecondary degree or industry-recognized certificate or credential.
In the District of Columbia, approval of a CTE course or POS approval will be a eligibility threshold for local education agency (LEA) and postsecondary institutions to access Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Improvement Act of 2006 (Perkins) federal funds.
Perkins V State Plan Information
- CTE State Plan Public Comment Announcement and Instructions
- Proposed CTE State Plan
- Public Comment Announcement and Instructions
- CTE State Determined Performance Levels for the 2020-23 School Years
- CTE Policies and Procedures Manual 2012-17
- Perkins Grant Size, Scope and Quality
- CTE Priorities
- CTE Multi-Year Priorities Chart
- CTE Course-POS Closure Guidance
- Program of Study Template
- Perkins Principal Attestation
- GY 18-19 Program Availability
- CTE Course Sequence Chart
- CTE Program Matrix
CTE Annual Performance Reports
CTE performance reports include data on: academic achievement, occupational competence, completion and graduation performance, nontraditional career preparation, and successful transition to careers and/or further education.
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