PROGRAM APPROVAL - CTE ADMINISTRATION
CTE Administration Evaluation Document - PDF
PROGRAM APPROVAL STANDARDS
This document was developed to assist in evaluating Career and Technical Education Programs throughout the state. Quality CTE programs are those which meet program standards based on the quality indicators provided. The goal of the evaluation process is to assist in improving programs. Documentation for each standard must be available upon request, where appropriate. This document is to be used as the basis for the following processes:
- Program self-evaluation, improvement, goal setting, and long-range planning
- Onsite reviews/visits
CTE directors are to determine ratings for the following quality indicators. Programs with identified deficiencies will be asked to develop a CTE Administration Improvement Plan.
|1 = MAJOR improvement needed
||2 = MINOR improvement needed
||3 = GOOD
||4 = SUPERIOR
Using the Achievement Ratings listed above, circle the number that best describes the degree to which your school meets the quality indicators for the program standards that follow.
CTE DIRECTOR QUALIFICATIONS
The Career and Technical Education program is administered by a qualified CTE director.
CTE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
CTE program planning, development, and continuous improvement is in place.
PERKINS FINANCIAL & GRANT MANAGEMENT
A financial and grant management system is in place to ensure proper expenditure of State CTE and Federal Perkins funds.
Accurate and complete performance data are used to develop and implement continuous improvement.
September 11, 2013