What constitutes an “approved program”? In this course, participants will learn what is required to ensure that a program is in compliance and eligible to receive Federal, State, and JTED funding. You will leave with the skills needed to manage the many facets of running a premier CTE program including purchasing, the collection of data, reports, advisory committees, work-based learning, Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO), end of program assessments, attracting and retaining non-traditional students and more. You will develop a 3-year implementation plan for your own CTE Program to achieve premier program status!
NOTE: There is homework associated with this class if you wish to earn ADE credit.
-Describe the new A-F School Accountability Plan and the role of CTE in your school’s success
-Analyze components of the CTE Delivery System
-Compare and Contrast Classroom Instruction and Laboratory Instruction
-Describe JTED’s in Arizona
-Identify funding sources and the differences between JTED, Perkins and Priority Grants
-Explain what Performance Measures are and why they are important
-Identify Components of an Approved CTE Program