|Arkansas Association of
Career and Technical
Career and Technical Education Department
Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative
101 Bulldog Drive
Plumerville, AR 72127
CTE Academic Attainment Specialist
419 Endorsement for Business Technology Grades 5-6
The Career and Technical Education Department has the responsibility to develop and coordinate the Carl D. Perkins Federal Program. It is our goal to serve as a liaison between our member schools and the Career and Technical Education state staff and program managers.
We are here to assist new Career and Technical Instructors, to provide staff development, and to encourage the development, implementation, and improvement of Career and Technical programs.
Improvement of Career and Technical Education programs has three major components: (1) A change in the curriculum to add advanced technologies, (2) the purchase of the instructional equipment needed to teach the new technology, and (3) in-service training for the teacher, on both teaching the new curriculum and using the new equipment. These three components will be used as guidelines in making decisions for all staff development and equipment purchases within our department.
ARCH FORD PERKINS CONSORTIUM
|INDICATOR||ACTUAL PERFORMANCE||ANNUAL INCREASE||2016-17 TARGET|
|High School Completion||97.25%||97.97%||98.60%||.63%||96.50%|
|High School Graduation||97.25%||97.97%||98.60%||.63%||92.00%|
TBDAcademic Attainment Literacy: number of CTE concentrators who have met the proficient/advanced level on the Statewide high school reading/language arts assessment.
Academic Attainment Geometry: number of CTE concentrators who have met the proficient/advanced level on the Statewide high school mathematics assessment.
Technical Attainment: number of CTE concentrators who were proficient on assessments taken within the program of study.
High School Completion: number of CTE concentrators that graduate plus the number of CTE concentrators that receive a GED during the reporting year.
High School Graduation: number of CTE concentrators who, in the reporting year, were included as graduated in the Stateâs computation of its graduation rate.
Placement: number of CTE concentrators who successfully completed the program of study and graduated from high school and who were employed, enrolled in post-secondary, or in the military six months following graduation.
Nontraditional Participation: number of nontraditional gender students enrolled in one or more units within a program of study that is nontraditional for their gender during the reporting year.
Nontraditional Completion: number of nontraditional gender concentrators who successfully complete programs of study designated nontraditional and graduate from high school during the reporting year.
Notes: *Any performance of less than 90% of the target requires that the recipient submit an improvement plan in the following year.
The Performance Targets for the 2015-16 year will be negotiated prior to the beginning of the 2015-16 school year.
ARCH FORD PERKINS CONSORTIUM
2013-14 Local Report
CTE Course Changes 2015-16
Local Report Data by School 2013-14
Technical Assistance Available from the CTE Department:
Carl Perkins Consortium Members
|Danville||Mayflower||South Conway County|
|Dardanelle||Mt.Vernon-Enola||Southside Bee Branch|
|Dover||Nemo Vista||Two Rivers|
|East End||Perryville||West Side Greers Ferry|
Central Arkansas CTE Regional Business Partnership Council 2016
Minutes from the Break Out Sessions
Resource Links for Career and Technical Education Instructors:
Business & Marketing
Career Exploration & Preparation
Family & Consumer Sciences
CTE Instructors and Bookkeepers