STATE DIRECTOR 101
Town Hall call focused on important updates about Perkins reporting and accountability for school year 2020-2021.
Training session for State Directors and state staff responsible for submitting State plan revisions and budgets.
Guidance on MOE requirements under Perkins V and new interpretations of "preceeding year" and "second preceeding year" in the statute.
Pre-application webinar designed to help interested applicants with the NACTEP application process.
This video launches a Request for Information (RFI) on expanding work-based learning opportunities for youth across Federal, State, and local education and employer systems.
The final DQI Report/Plan Session provided a sythesis and reflection on the topics from the virtual series
Demonstration of the MOA biennial report submission through the Perkins Web Portal.
Focuses on strategies for data collection for special populations.
Provides an overview of the Comprehensive Local Needs Assessments (CLNA) legislation
Focuses on key considerations for defining program quality indicators.
Focuses on key considerations for determining concentrator status and provided opportunities for participants to understand how states have operationalized concentrator definitions.
Focuses on helping States align their civil rights work under both the Methods of Administration (MOA) program and Perkins
Provides an overview of Perkins accountability requirements, performance indicators, and State determined performance levels.
Andrew Johnson discusses the MOE requirement and provides examples of verifying and documenting baseline levels.
Demonstration of CAR Reporting for PY 2019-2020
Kick-off session for the 2020 DQI virtual series
Representatives from OCTAE and OCR answer questions about the Methods of Administration and Memorandum of Procedures.
Assistant Secretary Scott Stump introduces the new Methods of Administration and Memorandum of Procedures.
Recording of DATE's January 23, 2020 Town Hall Call on Non-Degree Credentials.
Filling the skills gap through career exploration and guidance.
Learn how two states have invested in building out their middle school CTE programs.
Filling the CTE teacher talent pipeline while ensuring retention by- promoting professional development for teachers to remain successful.
Learn about the "comprehensive local needs assessment" required in Perkins V, and hear about different approaches from two states.
Three states share examples of how they are utilizing innovative CTE delivery methods to meet learners' needs.
Learn about opportunities in Perkins V to leverage use of the reserve fund.
Rethinking investments for secondary and postsecondary CTE.
An overview of the opportunities within Perkins V.
A message from OCTAE Assistant Secretary Scott Stump.
This video describes the benefits of work-based learning participation for students and parents.
This video describes the benefits of WBL participation to employers, and students and parents.
Strategy for effective subrecipient monitoring
Overview of the Single Audit Process and OCTAE's audit process
Overview of maintenance of effort requirements and principles
U.S. Department of Education
Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education
Division of Academic and Technical Education