CTE Funding

Report
Career-Technical Funding
Raúl Soto Ph.D. Associate Director CTE
Objectives
Describe:
Funding for Career-Technical Education
– Federal Carl D. Perkins Grant
– State CTE funding
CTE’s Organization
CTE Director
Data Managers
Associate Director
Pathways
4 Assistant
Directors
Associate Director
Planning/Fiscal/
Compliance
Field Services
High Schools
that Work
GED Office
Ohio Means
Jobs
Administrative Field Services
Mission
Promote continues improvement through
technical assistance, and assure compliance
with state and federal regulations
Facilitate access to fiscal resources
Federal Carl D. Perkins IV
$ 42.7 million for FY15
Same as in FY14
Distribution of Perkins Funds
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Administration
5%,
Leadership 9%,
Corrections 1%,
Subsidy Funds
(Secondary/
Postsecondary
85%,
Funding Distribution Among
Secondary/Postsecondary Levels 85% =100%
Adult WFD
10%,
Colleges
11%,
Secondary
79%,
Perkins Funding Formula:
Based on most current census data reports
Local Population X 30% X Total Perkins Allocation
State Population
Plus
Local Poverty X 70% X Total Perkins Allocation
State Poverty
= Total $$ Allocation
Perkins Federal Funding
Funding directly sent from the state to
each CTPD LEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT
Ohio Department
of Education
CTPD Lead School
District A
CTPD Lead School
District B
Planning
Carl D.
Perkins
Grant
Perkins IV Plan and CCIP
One-Year
Extension
ended
Vision/Mission
Needs
FY09
FY10
Goals
Strategies
Action Steps
Fiscal
FY11
FY13
CCIP
FY14
CCIP
CCIP
Accountability
Assurances
Other
FY12
CCIP
CCIP
CCIP
Perkins IV Plan and CCIP
2nd-year
Extension
FY20
FY19
FY18
FY16
FY17
FY15
CCIP
CCIP
CCIP
CCIP
CCIP
CCIP
June 1
Allocations Posted in CCIP
July 1 of each year
Approval Process Begins
Uses of Perkins Funds
Section 135 of the Act describes;
Requirements for uses of funds
Permissive uses of funds
“Necessary and Reasonable”
Limited to Career-Technical activities
5% maximum for administration
Required and Permissive Uses of
Perkins Funds
Refer to GUIDANCE FOR COMPLIANCE WITH
PERKINS REGULATIONS MEMO
January 12, 2010
Perkins Administration and Leadership (Funds
managed at state level)
EARMARK MODEL
(for diagnostic assessment and intervention)
Secondary
CTPD
3%
Business/
Industry
Tech Prep/POS
CENTERS
3% College
3%
Adult
WFD
Center
*Note 1: The arrows represent common planning and collaboration activities.
*Note 2: The business/industry element includes representatives of the economic development
region(s) served by the new Tech Prep/POS Centers.
“Supplement, not Supplant”
• Perkins funds
may
supplement, not
supplant local
funds.
Don’t wanna hear it.
Refer to local legal and fiscal professionals before
making final decision.
Time and Effort
Perkins $ recipients must keep records of
time and effort devoted to Perkins required
and permissive activities
Records needed for auditing purposes
Perkins New Policy (Unspent $)
December 1 deadline for having FERs
approved by the office of Grants Mgt.
CTPDs not meeting deadline will be
excluded from Perkins reallocations $$
New for FY15
Perkins Paperless Monitoring
Other
• Federal fiscal regulations changing effective
January 1, 2015
• AFS Meeting at Delaware JVSD South
Campus
October 2, 2014 9:30am-12:30pm
CTE State
Funding
HB59
CTE State Funding
Funding formula returns to formula similar to
that used in FY09.
*Opportunity grant using a per pupil amount
of $5,745 in FY14 and $5,800 in FY15
CTE State Funding
Supplemental CTE funding moves from:
–Two to five categories
–Weights to amounts
Associated Services
Lead district receives for each CTE FTE
$225 in FY14 and $227 in FY15
Funding
Categories
Category
1
2
Career Fields
Agricultural and
environmental systems,
construction technologies,
engineering & science
technologies, finance, health
science, information
technology, manufacturing
technologies
Business and administration,
hospitality & tourism, human
services, law & public safety,
transportation systems, arts
and communications
Amount
$4,750 in FY14
$4,800 in FY15
$4,500 in FY14
$4,550 in FY15
Category
3
4
5
Career Fields
Career based intervention
Education and training,
marketing, workforce
development academics,
public administration,
career development
Family and consumer
sciences (which includes
students enrolled in GRADs)
Amount
$1,650 in FY14
$1,660 in FY15
$1,400 in FY14
$1,410 in FY15
$1,200 in FY14
$1,210 in FY15
New Student Count
FY14: ADM count taken during the first full
week of October
FY15: Annualized enrollment updated three
times per year (October, March and June)
CTE State Funding
State funding directly sent from the state
to each School District
Ohio Department
of Education
School District A
School District B
School District
State Funding
Components
Components which
continue to be funded
Newly funded
components
Opportunity grant
Economically
disadvantaged
Limited English
proficient
Supplemental special
education
Supplemental CTE and
associated services
Guarantee
Guarantee and Cap
Guarantee: 100% of FY13 overall state funding
guaranteed in both fiscal years.
Cap:
6.25% in FY14
10.5% in FY15
Application of Caps
The caps apply first to:
Opportunity Grant
Economical Disadvantaged Funding
Limited English Proficiency Funding
And if necessary to:
Additional Special Ed Funding
Career Tech Education Funding
Career Tech Associated Services Funding
CTE Funding Expenditures & Data
Reporting
• 25% unrestricted (C-T salaries ok)
• 75% according to Auditor’s Bulletin 2000 -16
Conclusion
Importance of:
• Understanding Carl D. Perkins required and
permissive uses of funds
• Understanding State Auditor’s memo for
allowable and unallowable uses of CTE
state supplemental funds
Career-Technical Education
Administrative Field Services
614-446-4835
education.ohio.gov

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