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Proposed Performance levels for Perkins indicators

 

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Perkins V State Plan Development: Proposed State-determined Levels of Performance on Perkins Indicators

Pursuant to Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V) legislation, stakeholders are invited to provide written comments about the state proposed levels of performance [Sec. 113 Accountability]. Comments should be submitted regarding how the levels of performance:

  1. Meet the requirements of the law;
  2. Support the improvement of performance of all CTE concentrators, including subgroups of students as described in section 1111(h)(1)(c)(ii) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, and special populations as described in section 3(48); and
  3. Support the needs of the local education and business community.

Comments should be submitted to: CTEPerkinsPlan@nysed.gov
All comments submitted will receive a written response in the State Plan.

New York State’s Perkins V Proposed Performance Levels

Secondary Indicators

Baseline Level

Proposed Performance Levels

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

FY 2023

1S1: Four-Year Graduation Rate

81.80%

82.30%

84.40%

89.70%

92.50%

2S1: Academic Proficiency in English Language Arts

85.00%

87.16%

89.37%

91.64%

93.97%

2S2: Academic Proficiency in Mathematics

83.00%

85.11%

87.27%

89.49%

91.76%

2S3: Academic Proficiency in Science

83.00%

85.11%

87.27%

89.49%

91.76%

3S1: Post-Program Placement

97.35%

97.54%

97.74%

97.93%

98.12%

4S1: Non-traditional Program Concentration

25.95%

26.09%

26.22%

26.36%

26.49%

5S3: Program Quality–Work-based Learning

62.50%

64.09%%

65.72%

67.38%

69.10%

 

Development of Performance Levels


NYS Career & Technical Education Survey
Please take our survey on support for CTE, defining work-based learning, and improving collaboration between secondary and post-secondary agencies.

Perkins V slides
NY State Perkins V Transition Plan for 2019-2020

The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act was signed into law on July 31, 2018This bill amends the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins IV) and this amended act is now referred to as Perkins V.

 

2019/2020 will be a transition year. Local Educational Agencies will not need to complete a comprehensive needs assessment as described in the new law. For the 2020/2021 school year the new plan will be in effect. NYSED will provide guidance on the new requirements including the local needs assessment.

 

Resources

 

Reading the law:

 Brief summary and analysis. You can read the entire bill here or at congress.gov.

Advance CTE has a side-by-side comparison with Perkins IV. There is also a redline version.

 

Big topics:

How the law allows State allocations to be distributed.

This timeline from Advance CTE (a portion is shown above) shows the schedule for transition to the four-year plan.

Required accountablilty data will be different under Perkins V as this comparison shows.

Some frequently asked questions as compiled by ACTE.

Contact us with questions or comments.

 

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Last Updated: March 12, 2020