State Profiles

The State Profiles in this section provide funding distributions for career and technical education (CTE), enrollment results for student populations, and State determined performance levels for core indicators.

Select a State/Territory:
Funding Distribution
Total Perkins V Grant Award:
Fiscal Year 2020
$7,719,069
Fiscal Year 2020
Source

U.S. Department of Education, National Perkins Reporting System, 2020

Notes:

The data shown represent the State's allocation of funds as submitted as part of its Perkins V State Plan for the upcoming program year.

Percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding.

Career Cluster Enrollment

In 2019-20, there were secondary and postsecondary career and technical education (CTE) concentrators in Idaho.

The top four career clusters among secondary CTE concentrators were .

The top four career clusters among postsecondary CTE concentrators were .

Career Cluster Enrollment for Secondary CTE Concentrators, by Race and Ethnicity: 2019-20
Career Cluster Enrollment for Postsecondary CTE Concentrators, by Race and Ethnicity: 2019-20
Source

U.S. Department of Education, National Perkins Reporting System, 2020

Notes:

The data shown represent grand total results for students whom the States have identified as concentrators in career and technical education (CTE). Definitions of CTE concentrators are provided in the Glossary of Terms.

Not all States use all 16 clusters nor assign students in the same manner.

Participation in Career and Technical Education

In 2019-20, there were participants in career and technical education (CTE) in Idaho. Of the students reporting as male or female, percent of secondary CTE participants were male, and percent were female. At the postsecondary level, percent of CTE participants were male and percent were female.

Participation in Career and Technical Education, by Gender: 2017-2018, 2018-19, 2019-20
  • Secondary
  • Postsecondary
Source

U.S. Department of Education, National Perkins Reporting System, 2020

Notes:

The data shown represent grand total results for students whom the States have identified as career and technical education (CTE) participants. Definitions of CTE participants are provided in the Glossary of Terms.

In 2019-20, totals for CTE participants include students who did not report as male or female. Trend data should be interpreted with caution. Percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding.

State Determined Performance Levels

Under Perkins V, States are required to report annually on core indicators of performance for all CTE concentrators. State determined performance levels for Idaho are below.

Secondary Indicators
Postecondary Indicators
Source

U.S. Department of Education, National Perkins Reporting System, 2020

Notes:

The State's determined performance levels are submitted as part of its Perkins V State Plan for the upcoming program year. Indicator descriptions and definitions of CTE concentrators are provided in the Glossary of Terms.

Career and Technical Education Contacts

Contact information for key State career and technical (CTE) staff is listed below.

State Director
Clay Long
CTE State Administrator
Idaho Division of Career & Technical Education
(208) 429-5501
clay.long@cte.idaho.gov
CTE Website
DATE Liaisons
Jose Figueroa
Education Program Specialist
Program Administration and Accountability
Division of Academic and Technical Education
(202) 245-6054
jose.figueroa@ed.gov
View CTE contacts for all states