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Title: CARL D. PERKINS SPRING INFORMATIONAL SESSION for Colleges


1
CARL D. PERKINS SPRING INFORMATIONAL SESSION for
Colleges
  • Wednesday, May 10, 2006
  • Ohio Board of Regents
  • Main Conference Room, 36th Floor
  • 1000 a.m. 200 p.m.

2
WELCOME
  • INTRODUCTIONS
  • PERKINS COORDINATORS
  • STATE STAFF

3
Perkins Reauthorization
  • April 26, 2006 Congressional staff continue to
    work informally to negotiate differences between
    the House- and Senate-passed Perkins
    reauthorization bills.
  • While we still await the appointment of a formal
    conference committee, staff have recently
    expressed optimism that a bill will be completed
    soon, perhaps this summer. 
  • Changes in leadership of the House Education and
    the Workforce Committee do not seem to have
    impeded progress, as new Committee Chairman Buck
    McKeon (R-CA) has included Perkins among his
    initial legislative priorities.

4
Perkins Reauthorization
  • Has not been reauthorized as of 5-10-2006
  • Congress conferees have not been selected for
    joint conference committee
  • Congress wants to get this Bill finished
  • Safe to plan for FY2007

5
Perkins Reauthorization
  • THE BILL
  • Incorporate sanctions for local programs
  • Focus on sequences or pathways of
    coursesstudents should have available
    information showing them how they will begin HS
    and end College
  • Review ways to strengthen programs

6
Perkins Reauthorization
  • THE BILL
  • House proposes to reduce state administration
    from 5 to 2
  • House eliminates Tech Prep as separate line item
    Senate supports as separate
  • House uses Vocational and Senate wants Career
    Technical
  • Negotiate performance levels with locals
    (difficult to do at 2 administration)
  • Some wording focuses on Rigorous and
    Challenging
  • One year to effectively plan and transition to
    the new law

7
USDE Monitoring Visit
  • Highlights
  • Weeklong visit
  • Campus visits
  • Recommendations
  • Special Populations Data Collection
  • Survey
  • HEI

8
Special PopulationsCAR Report
9
Special PopulationsCAR Report
10
Program Monitoring
  • Two Year Cycle
  • Same process, same monitoring guide
  • Self-Assessment (DUE on Monday, May 15)
  • Desk Audit
  • Phone Audit
  • Onsite Visit
  • Corrective Action Plan
  • Corrective Action PlansFollow Up

11
Program Monitoring
  • Campuses Monitored in FY2006
  • Central Ohio Technical College
  • Columbus State Community College
  • Cuyahoga Community College
  • James A. Rhodes State College
  • Lorain County Community College
  • Northwest State Community College
  • Shawnee State University
  • Stark State College of Technology
  • Washington State Community College
  • Zane State College
  • Jefferson Consortium (w/Terra Community College)

12
Program Monitoring
  • Campuses Monitored in FY2007
  • Belmont Technical College
  • Cincinnati State Technical Community College
  • Clark State Community College
  • Lakeland Community College
  • North Central State College
  • Owens Community College
  • Sinclair Community College
  • University of Toledo
  • Youngstown State University
  • Marion Technical Consortium (w/Southern State
    Edison State)

13
Stakeholders Meetings
  • Stakeholders Meeting Minutes
  • Stakeholders Participant Lists
  • Stakeholders Meetings (April 1)

14
Extension Letters
  • DUE BY
  • FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 2006
  • Letter must be signed by the President

15
EXTENSION LETTERS
  • FOUR KEY AREAS
  • ACHIEVEMENT
  • Ensuring challenging academics, Special
    Populations
  • TRANSITION
  • Aligning secondary/postsecondary, college
    academic preparation, articulated paths
  • OCCUPATIONAL PREPARATION
  • Alignment support of programs to prepare for
    occupations In demand with family supporting
    wage
  • HIGH QUALITY PROGRAMS
  • Resource investment and monitoring criteria to
    assure local programs of sufficient size, scope
    and quality

16
EXTENSION LETTERS
  • Ohio Department of Education
  • Career-Technical and Adult Education
  • Administrative Field Services
  • 25 S Front Street Mail Stop 610
  • Columbus, OH 43215-4183
  • ATTN Veronica Larcher

17
FY 2007 PERKINS BUDGET
18
Annual Allocation
  • OHIO PERKINS COLLEGES
  • FY2007 TOTAL ALLOCATION
  • 3,189,650.00

19
Annual Allocation
  • FY2006 3,287,487.00
  • FY2005 3,215,702.97
  • FY2004 3,216,215.91

20
10 MINUTE BREAK
21
CCIP Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan
22
WORKING LUNCH
  • GROUP ACTIVITY
  • Reviewing Concentrator Definition
  • Reviewing 1P1 1P2

23
PERKINS WEB SITE
24
PERFORMANCE MEASURE REPORTS
25
Previous Campus Report Look
26
Campus Performance Report
27
The Future
  • AUTOMATED REPORTS

28
Statewide Performance Negotiated Levels
  • 1P1 Have exceeded USDE negotiated levels.
  • 1P2 Have fluctuated
  • 2P1 Have exceeded USDE negotiated levels.
  • 3P1 3P2 Remains an issue
  • 4P1 4P2 Have struggled to improve

29
THANK YOU AND HAVE A NICE DAY
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