DeVos Secretary approves the second wave of Perkins Career and State Plans Technical Education detail Plans how states use federal investment to provide students with Multiple paths to success 29 May, 2020 Contact: Office Press, (202) 401-1576,
  • WASHINGTON - education secretary Betsy DeVos announced today the Department of education has approved nine additional career and technical education state plans (CTE). Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, Montana, Dakota of the North, Oregon, Dakota of the South, Vermont and Wyoming are the last states to have their plans approved CTE under the new building, both parties 21stcentury Law Vocational and Technical Education (Perkins V ), which was signed into law by President Donald J. Trump on July 31, 2018.

    "Thanks to the leadership of the president, the new career and technical education law gives local leaders the flexibility to make investments in the areas of greatest impact of local needs, "said secretary of DeVos. "We know that many high-paying jobs in demand require CTE training, but not necessarily a college degree and the associated debt. The pandemic coronavirus highlighted certainly the need for all education to be tailored to meet the unique needs each student, more agile, and programs relevant to the realities of the 21st century high-Quality CTE are a critical way to help students of all ages and get the economy back up and running at full speed. "

    Perkins V Urges States to expand opportunities for all students to access educational opportunities that will put on the road to success. Each state created a plan to keep its promise to offer a choice of CTE robust for students after consultation with its key constituents representing education and labor, business and industry, and parents and community partners .

    The following are some of the noteworthy elements of each approved state plans. Additional details about each plan approved can be found on the website of the Department.


  • expands intervention services to support middle and high school students with disabilities who are enrolled in his career, technical and agricultural education programs (CTAE).
  • Identify and expand access to CTE programs for homeless students, foster care students, and students from military families.
  • still approve of CTE programs of Study that are aligned with assessments of state and local needs and data from the labor market.


  • launches new and innovative methods for integrating instruction and assessment based on competence in all aspects of its CTE delivery system.
  • expands access to the professional development of teachers to improve work-based learning throughout the state through its multi-occupation coordinator training program (MOC).
  • expands college and career transition counseling to ensure high school students are supported in their ca REER examination and receive appropriate assistance in the transition to further education and training.


  • Provides free, public assessment tools careers and profiles occupational, technical job search and interviewing skills, information on financial aid information and access higher education institutions through a state website.
  • Mobilizes friends talent development (TDL) to enable employers and educators to identify the needs of skills gaps talent development medium and long term in key industries throughout the state.
  • It requires higher education institutions to describe in their local grant applications how they will make information available to the CTE program for students, parents and the community on its website the status Talent Connect.


  • Requires dual enrollment and work-based learning opportunities through its programs statewide data for new indicators and Quality of the curriculum.
  • CTE increases access in rural areas by implementing a model of consortia pooling resources among members of second and third level of higher education.
  • I ncreases CTE awareness and educational and employment opportunities related to the support and provide resources for career planning and counseling for students.

    North Dakota

  • increases awareness for your transition to a Study program that attracts industry professionals to the teaching profession.
  • CTE expands to support programs that occupations are in demand aligned its workforce Development Council. Programs like Operation Intern, TrainND and skilled workforce Education Grants promote recruitment for careers in higher demand throughout the state.
  • Includes a new performance indicator of the Quality of the program in its information system to promote student learning based on Quality work opportunities for students.


  • Extends career exploration in middle schools and provides better information about job opportunities available in your state.
  • improving literacy data for fair reporting and continuous improvement in CTE with continuous professional development for CTE concerned.
  • Fosters statewide stakeholder engagement by regional public accommodation reviews by peers for CTE plans and grant applications.

    Dakota of the South

  • ensures that students from high school graduate with the skills necessary to succeed in the workforce and / or higher education at the time it simplifies process for schools through dual credit program reduced tuition.
  • Prov ides scholarship programs of high labor needs in public technical schools through a combination of private donations and state funds.
  • encourages high school students to demonstrate career-ready skills requiring schools to denote a student CTE endorsements transcript and diploma.


  • launches cybersecurity CTE programs of Study in its regional centers CTE using the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework and corresponding plans Study participants.
  • is associated with the University System of the State and the Corporation Student Assistance to offer a bridging program that reinforces the essential math skills that students need to succeed in CTE programs of higher education.
  • Take advantage of new partnerships between state education, trade, and economic development agencies in their goals of building a workforce of cybersecurity.


  • professional development requirements for teachers Aligns CTE to all teachers er OTH.
  • encourages the development of new and innovative CTE curricula that align with their comprehensive assessments of local needs.
  • working with its board of workforce and associations next generation of the industry to promote professional knowledge through a production Nation road trip.
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