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  2. A New 21st Century Tool – Your Local Perkins Plan Lorrie Toni, Perkins Director Lorrie.toni@cccs.edu 303-595-1565 Laurie Urich, Business & Marketing Program Director Laurie.urich@cccs.edu 720-858-2746

  3. FIRST - CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU!!!

  4. Your Successes: Adapted to new local plan developed in response to audit Adapted to new local plan developed in response to new Perkins Act Invested energy to be leaders

  5. Some of CCCS Commitments: Collaborating with you to do what best supports student success Marketing CTE and advocacy Perkins Process Re-engineering

  6. Collaborating with you to do what best supports student success: OUR PICTURE OF THE CCCS CTE ADVISORY COUNCILS:

  7. DEMAND SIDE SUPPLY SIDE SCOPE OF WORK Vision Executive Advisory Committee – Scott Stump CTE Strategic Plan Workgroup – Topic Teams, Scott Stump Sector Advisory Councils – Program Directors CTSO Councils – Assistant Program Directors CTE Data Field Council – Julie Eddy Content Teams, Discipline Teams – Program Directors Credentialing Oversight Committee – Scott Stump Action Perkins Field Council – Lorrie Toni RESULTS/REPORTS/OUTCOMES CAR Report

  8. 1. Information flows in a loop: • Input from Workforce, Industry, Demand Side • Analysis, Strategies, Technical Assistance, Innovations, Research • Field Implementation • Results, Reports, Feedback Repeat the Loop • Repeat the loop 2. 5. 4. 3.

  9. COMMUNICATIONS LOOP Executive Advisory Committee- Scott Stump CTE Strategic Plan Workgroup– Scott Stump Sector Advisory Councils – Program Directors CTSO Councils – Assistant Program Directors CTE Data Field Council – Julie Eddy Content Teams – Program Directors Credentialing Oversight Committee – Scott Stump Perkins Field Council – Lorrie Toni

  10. Marketing CTE and Advocacy: Marketing Kits “Publicizing” Best Practices Counselors’ Conference Connecting to policy

  11. Perkins Process Re-Engineering: Correcting Audit Concerns Addressing Users’ Concerns Connecting to policy

  12. Bridge Building: Draw a Plan – A vision- hypotheses – connects to policy Use the Structure – Implement projects and action steps Test the Structure – Data – Is the vision on track?

  13. Perkins Reengineering – Why? • Perkins IV • February 2006 Perkins/CVA Audit • Local recipient concerns about several aspects of Perkins processes • Initiation of Perkins Process Reengineering project

  14. Perkins Reengineering – How? Initial round of input: • Internal interviews with CTS, Fiscal, Internal Audit • Field interviews and survey; 20 interviews, 45 surveys, ~ 50% of local recipients

  15. Perkins Reengineering – How? Final round of input: • Internal meetings with CTS, Fiscal, Internal Audit • State Auditor review • Perkins Field Council Sub-Committee

  16. A “Peek” at the New Web-Enabled Perkins Local Plans: 1. 5-Year Long-Term Local Strategic Plan 2. 1-Year Short-Term Local Strategic Plan 3. Perkins Funded Project

  17. 5-Year Long-Term Local Strategic Plan • Twelve questions • List of ideas for possible answers

  18. 1-Year Short-Term Local Strategic Plan • Connectivity between long-term vision and current year’s projects/action steps • We will revisit the sample

  19. Funded Projects in the Local Plan with objectives • Objectives are Performance Metrics • A Perkins Performance Metric = A Project • What can CTE do about. . . .

  20. Perkins says Secondary Student Success Depends on: • Academic attainment – S1, S2, • Technical Skill attainment – S3 • Finishing high school – S4, S5 • Transitions (Placement) – S6 • Non-traditional options – S7, S8

  21. Perkins says Postsecondary Student Success Depends on: • Technical Skill attainment – PS1 • Student retention and program completion – PS2, PS3 • Transitions (Placement) – PS4 • Non-traditional options – PS5, PS6

  22. Funded Projects in the Local Plan • Projects consist of specific action steps • What do I need to purchase to be able to implement the project. . . .

  23. Now Let’s Revisit the 1-Year Short-Term Local Strategic Plan • Connectivity between long-term vision and current year’s projects/action steps • The sample

  24. DEMONSTRATION OF WEB BY LOOKING AT AN EXCEL FORM