St Paul Public Schools - MnSCU CTE

Carl D. Perkins Career & Technical
Education Act of 2006
A note about CEUs …
 For participants from secondary schools/districts,
Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) will be available for
this series of webinars. You must complete the evaluation
form at the close of every webinar.
 Teachers will get certificates (1 hour) within two weeks of completing the
evaluations. 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.
 Administrators will not receive their certificates until the completion of the
webinar series. Certificates for administrators will be vary from 3-19 hours
depending on the number of hours each individual completes. You must
participate in 3 webinars at a minimum in order to receive a certificate. The
preapproval process with the Board of School Administrators has been
Agenda Topics
 What is Perkins IV?
 Minnesota’s Five CTE Goals
 Consortium Structure and the role of the
Consortium Coordinator
 Eligible Recipients of Perkins
 Accountability Requirements
 What are Programs of Study?
 Assessing Technical Skill Attainment
under Perkins IV
Perkins IV: The Carl D. Perkins Career and
Technical Education Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-270)
Calls for funding to be used to support continuous
improvement in career and technical education
(CTE) at secondary and postsecondary
Requires accountability for results and program
improvement at all levels
Increased coordination within the CTE system and
improved connection between secondary and
postsecondary education
Stronger academic and technical integration
Links to business and industry
Minnesota’s Federally Approved CTE Goals
A Framework for State and Local Planning
Goal 1: Design & Implement Programs of Study
Goal 2: Effectively Utilize Employer,
Community, and Education Partnerships
Goal 3: Improve Service to Special Populations
Goal 4: Provide Continuum of Service
Provisions for Enabling Student
Goal 5: Sustain the Consortium of Secondary
and Postsecondary Institutions
Minnesota’s Consortium Structure
 In Minnesota, Perkins funds are
distributed in separate secondary and
postsecondary allocations to consortia
that include at least one secondary
district (or consortium) and at least
one eligible postsecondary institution.
 Each Perkins consortium submits a
single joint local plan developed to
benefit the consortium as a whole.
This plan is reviewed and approved by
staff from the Minnesota Department
of Education and Minnesota State
Colleges and Universities Office of the
Your role as a Consortium Leader…
 Planning
 Convene consortium leadership to plan CTE efforts
 Develop and submit consortium Perkins application
 Implementation – Establish and maintain process for
implementing required and permissive activities across the
Accountability and Reporting
 Ensure accountability data is being collected and reported at all
schools/colleges in the consortium
 Prepare and submit annual report (APR)
 Negotiate performance levels for accountability indicators and
submit any required improvement plans or reports
Professional Development -- Participate in meetings and
training related to Perkins
Monitoring Visits
Who can access funds under Perkins IV?
 Funds can only be used:
 In approved CTE programs with appropriately
licensed/credentialed CTE teachers/faculty
 For efforts identified in the approved local plan that
align with MN Goals for CTE
Secondary CTE Program Approval
Minnesota Rules 3505
 All CTE programs MUST have a program approval on
file with MDE (second document)
 5 year cycle (Due 12/1)
 2011-12 West Metro
 2012-13 Northern MN
 2013-14 Central MN & East Metro
 2014-15 Southwest MN
 2015-16 Southeast MN
Secondary CTE Licensure
Minnesota Rules 3505
 All CTE teachers utilizing Federal (Perkins) and Local
Levy Dollars MUST hold a valid CTE license
 Common Course Catalogue (new for FY11 and beyond)
Postsecondary Program Approval
Only programs approved by the chancellor as
recorded in the academic program inventory
may be offered by system colleges and
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
Board of Trustees--Policies and Procedures
Related to Academic Programs
College Faculty Credentialing
 Policy 3.32/Procedure 3.32.1 procedure/332p1.html
 Career, technical and professional credential fields
minimum qualifications - Educational requirement
 State and/or national
 Teaching and learning
industry licensure and
 Program accreditation
 Occupational experience
Another source of funds for Secondary CTE:
The MN CTE Levy
The CTE Levy is a permissive levy that does not require a
public vote. This levy is a set amount depending on
the population of the enrollment district and is
approved by the local school board.
The Levy can only be used for approved CTE programs
where there is an appropriately licensed CTE teacher.
Secondary and Postsecondary Accountability Indicators
Data Collection and Reporting
Negotiating State and Local Performance Levels
Secondary Perkins Accountability Indicators
 Secondary collects data electronically for the following
 1S1
 1S2
 2S1
 3S1
 4S1
 5S1
 6S1
 6S2
Academic Attainment Reading (MCA GRAD)
Academic Attainment Mathematics (MCA GRAD)
Technical Skill Attainment
NCLB Graduation
Placement and Retention
Participation of Nontraditional Students
Completion of Nontraditional Students
Postsecondary Perkins Accountability Indicators
 Postsecondary collects data primarily using the
system-wide Integrated Student Record System
(ISRS). Perkins data are stored in a data warehouse
table accessed using Hyperion/BRIO.
 These are the postsecondary indicators:
 1P1
 2P1
 3P1
 4P1
 5P1
 5P2
Technical Skill Attainment
Credential, Certification, or Degree
Student Retention or Transfer
Student Placement
Nontraditional Participation
Nontraditional Completion
The focus is on new and innovative programs
with career ready skills for all students in high wage, high
demand, high skilled occupations.
Programs of Study
Sets of aligned programs and curricula that begin at the
high school level and continue through college and
university certificate, diploma and degree programs.
 Competency based
 Multiple entry and exit
curricula tied to industry
points to support
expectations and skill
continuing education,
returning adults, and
dislocated workers
 Sequential course offerings
 Connections between
 Flexible course and
high school and
program formats
postsecondary education,
 Course portability for
skill progression and
seamless progression
career opportunities
Programs of Study
Career Fields (6)
• Agriculture, Food, and Natural
• Arts, Communication &
Information Systems
• Engineering, Manufacturing &
• Health Science Technology
• Human Services
• Business, Management, &
Career Clusters
• Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
• Architecture and Construction
• Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and
• Business, Management, and Administration
• Education and Training
• Finance
• Government and Public Administration
• Health Science
• Hospitality and Tourism
• Human Services
• Information Technology
• Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Safety
• Manufacturing
• Marketing
• Science, Technology, Engineering, and
• Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
Career Pathways
National Career Cluster Project
Minnesota’s Program of Study Website
Career Pathways Currently Expected to Implement
Technical Skill Assessments within courses under
Perkins IV:
 Animal Systems
 Plant Systems
 Printing Technology
 Visual Arts
 Accounting
 Marketing Management
 Merchandising
 Professional Sales
 Engineering and Technology
 Facility and Mobile Equipment
 Diagnostic Services
 Therapeutic Services
 Early Childhood Education (Early
Childhood Development and Services
AND Teaching/Training (Birth to Gr 3)
 Law Enforcement Services
Career Pathways determining State-Approved Technical Skill
Assessments THIS YEAR:
 FY12 Career Pathways
 Administrative Support
 Construction
 Production
 Emergency & Fire Management
 Manufacturing Production Process
National Security
Environmental Services Systems
Natural Resources Systems
Health Informatics
Personal Care Services
 Restaurants & Food/ Beverage Services
 Teaching/ Training (K-12)
 Web & Digital Communications
Technical Skill Attainment (TSA) Web Site
Position Document
 List of approved
 Implementation
 TSA Handbook
Time for your questions…
Upcoming Webinars
 Perkins Accountability I - Secondary and Postsecondary Webinar
Sept. 15, 2011
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
 Perkins Accountability II - Secondary Webinar
Sept. 22, 2011
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
 Perkins Accountability II - Postsecondary Webinar
Sept. 29, 2011
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
MDE Website:
MnSCU Website:
Marlys J. Bucher, Ph.D.
Secondary Perkins Coordinator
CTE Assessment and Evaluation Specialist
Minnesota Department of Education
1500 Highway 36 West
Roseville MN 55113-4266
[email protected]
651 582-8315
Susan Carter
Associate Director for Research
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
Office of the Chancellor
30 Seventh Street, Suite 350
St Paul MN 55101-7804
[email protected]
651 201-1859
Denise Roseland, Ph.D.
Senior CTE Planning & Evaluation Director
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
Office of the Chancellor
30 7th Street East
Suite 350
St Paul MN 55101-7804
[email protected]
651 201-1667
Debra Hsu, Ed.D.
CTE Professional Development Director
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
Office of the Chancellor
30 Seventh Street, Suite 350
St Paul MN 55101-7804
[email protected]
651 201-1686
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