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Career and Technical Education. CTE Teacher Licensure Program Approval Career Clusters Data Collection. Carl D Perkins Act 2006. Perkins 101 --- Primarily from the secondary perspective Although Postsecondary questions will be answered or the source for the answer identified. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • Career and Technical EducationCTE Teacher LicensureProgram ApprovalCareer ClustersData Collection

  • Carl D Perkins Act 2006Perkins 101 ---Primarily from the secondary perspective

    Although Postsecondary questions will be answered or the source for the answer identified.

  • Career and Technical Education Teacher LicensureWhat license(s) is/are acceptable for Federal Carl D. Perkins and Local Levy program dollars?

  • Current CTE Licensure-Secondary

    Table CColumn A - Program OE CodeColumn B - UFARS Code/Budget ReportingColumn C - Program NameColumn D - Course CodesColumn E - Course Titles (generic)Columns F-K - Approved LicensesColumn L - Career ClusterColumns M-O - Used for Data CodingColumn P - Non-Traditional Program Identifier

  • Table C ExampleABCF-KProgram Program NameValid LicensesCodeUFARS 140710341Administrative Support Occupations140050140100140200140292140500140505 140710140715140731

    DECourse Course Generic NameCode01Keyboarding I02Keyboarding II03Advanced Keyboarding III04Advanced Keyboarding IV05Business Communications/Applied Communications I06Business Communications/Applied Communications II07Office Procedures/Skills for the Electronic OfficeColumn L= Career ClusterColumns M-O = Used for Data CodingColumn P = Non-Traditional Program Identifier

  • Secondary LicensureOnly teachers holding a valid CTE license are approved for use of federal and local levy dollarsNew Standard Licensure as of September 1, 2002 Community Expert, Variance, Waiver, Temporary Limited Licensure (variance) (most are 3-year limits)

  • Program Approval Using Rubrics for Program Approval and Continuous Program Improvement

  • Postsecondary Program Approval and Licensure

    Programs must meet the MnSCU policy and procedures for program approval and teacher credentials

  • Secondary CTE Program Approval Renewal Process

    Minnesota Rules 3505.1100-2500FY2006-2007 New Program Approval Rubric FormatSelf rating from Minimal Standards to Exemplary StandardsReview: Community Involvement, Personnel, Program Administration, Program Assessment, Program Design, Resources, Support Services

  • Program Approval ScheduleFY09-10 South West MinnesotaFY10-11 South East MinnesotaFY11-12 West MetroFY12-13 Northern MinnesotaFY13-14 Central Minnesota/East MetroRepeating: FY14-15 South West Minnesota, Etc. OR: New Program AddedCourses need new syllabus Change in teachers need copy in file

  • Program Approval

    Introduction PackageDefinitionsRubrics for all 7 program areasCommunity Involvement Personnel Program Administration Program Assessment Program Design Resources Support Services


    ED-00381-15 Replaces ED-00381-14Needs the signature of the Special Education DirectorUsed for following Program OE Codes: 000670, 000710, 000750, 000755, and 000790.

  • ED-00381-15Secondary Career and Technical Education Program Approval Proposal for Youth with Disabilities000670 Career Accommodation000710 Career and Technical Evaluation000750 Work Experience Handicapped 000755 WE/Career Exploration Program000790 Technical Tutor/Paraprofessional

  • SECONDARY CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM APPROVAL PROPOSALED-02335-03 Replaces ED-02335-02This form is to be used for ALL career and technical education programs EXCEPT the following programs designed to serve students with disabilities: 000670, 000710, 000750, 000756, and 000790.

  • ED-02335-03Secondary Career and Technical Education Program Approval ProposalFor all programs except those using form ED-00381-15 (previous slide) including administrative and general codes:000110 Local District Career and Technical Education Administrator000745 Work Experience Disadvantaged000756 WE/CEP Disadvantaged001050 Employment Placement

  • Program Approval resources needed with each formAppropriate PA Form w/SignaturesCopy of teachers licensesCopy of the Advisory List with Business AssociationSample of certificates/credentials offeredPostsecondary articulated programsCOURSE SYLLABUS FOR EACH COURSE 1-3 pages maximum

  • DatesDue to MDE on or before December 1 for the year of the cycle. If received after that date, the program will NOT be approved until the next fiscal year. Meaning: dollars will NOT be able to be used from Perkins and/or the Local Levy for any aspect of the program for that year.

  • STATEMENTSCheck only one of the appropriate rating boxes based on self-assessment. Retain documentation in your files.Rating Scale from the Program Approval Rubrics: MIN Minimum EME Emerging QUA Quality EXE - Exemplary

  • Program Approval Seven Areas:Community InvolvementPersonnelProgram AdministrationProgram AssessmentProgram DesignResourcesSupport Services

  • FundingThe state is in the process of re-establishing the EDRS (Education Data Reporting System) for all approved CTE programs (FY11 and beyond)Funding will begin on current year expenses beginning with Fall 2007- NEXT YEAR and beyond. Prior MDE approval of budgets will be necessary in Spring 2007 for the next funding year, etc.

  • Funding General InformationWork with your local Perkins administrator and the Perkins Consortium director to ensure that you are part of the approved plan. Work begins yearly in the fall for the upcoming year-New Consortium directionPerkins plans are due to MDE in May with approval sent out in JuneJuly 1-June 30 funding cycle

  • Minnesota Department of EducationAcademic Standards and High School Improvement1500 Highway 36 WestRoseville MN 55113-4266 FAX: 651 582-8492Dan Smith651 Bucher651 & Evaluation/Metro Minnesota,FACS, POSAl Hauge651 Development/Counseling/Work-Based Learning,NE Minnesota PerkinsMichelle Kamenov651 Learning/Counseling LiaisonJean Kyle651 Ed/Central MinnesotaJoel Larsen651 Education/SE MinnesotaMichael Mitchell651 Education/SE MinnesotaPam Schneider651 Rapheal651, NW MinnesotaDebra Blahosky651 Staff/Program Approval Data BaseCherie Carlson651 StaffAnne Danielson651 StaffJudee Ferguson651 StaffStaff

  • Minnesota State Colleges and UniversitiesWells Fargo BuildingSuite 350St Paul MNFAX 651 296-3214Joann Simser651 282-5569joann.simser@so.mnscu.eduSystem DirectorVacancyProgram Director Perkins

    VacancyPrograms of Study Operations

    Eva Scates-Winston651 297-3792eva.scates-winston@so.mnsuc.eduProgram Director, Perkins Equity LiaisonSpecial Populations

    Rekha Dixit651 649-5781rekha.dixit@so.mnscu.eduPerkins Grant Accountant

    Florence Newton651 296-39065florence.newton@so.mnscu.eduPerkins Administrative Specialist

    Yingfah Thao651 297-1116yingfah.thao@so.mnscu.eduPerkins Administrative Specialist

    Susan Carter651 297-4415susan.carter@so.mnscu.eduSenior Research Associate

    For BRIO and ISRA Data Assistance:

    Michelle Dorschner651 201-1418michelle.dorschner@csu.mnscu.eduSystem Developer, Federal Perkins-IT MnSCU Staff

  • Questions? Contact your Regional Staff Perkins Coordinator or the MnSCU Office Staff

  • Web Sites for ResourcesGeneral Information: C Program and Course Codes:

  • Web Site ResourcesDatabase of Approved Programs (04-10), Rubrics, Work-Based Learning Manual, PA and other Forms, Labor Laws, Standards and Measures, Frameworks:

  • Web Site ResourcesTransition Disabled Information:

  • Minnesota Career Clusters

    PERKINS IV documents and Local ApplicationsPrograms of StudyCalendar of EventsPartnership:Minnesota Department of EducationMinnesota State Colleges and Universities

  • Minnesota Career Fields(six-segmented ring)Agriculture, Food, & Natural ResourcesArts, Humanities, & Communications Business Management & Administration Engineering, Manufacturing, & Technologies Health Science & TechnologyHuman Services

  • MnCareers Fields

    AgricultureBusinessEngineeringHealthHuman Services

    MCIS Fields

    Agriculture & Natural Resources

    Arts, Humanities, & Communications

    Business Management, & Administration

    Engineering, Manufacturing, & Technology

    Health Service & Technology

    Human Services

    MDE Broad Career Areas

    Health Science & Technology Business & Marketing Trade & Technology Education FACS Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources

  • Communications &Information SystemsMinnesota Career Fiel


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