Career Tech In Correctional Institutions
Career-technical programs are offered in youth and adult correctional facilities in Ohio. The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, through the Ohio Central School System and the Ohio Department of Youth Services, through Buckeye United School District collaborate with the Office of Career-Technical Education to receive career-technical support for Federal Perkins and state dollars.
In fiscal year 2022, adult career-technical programs served 2,327 in career-technical education with 1,175 students receiving a career-technical certification. In addition to career-technical programs, Ohio Central School System had 2,780 adult students serving in an apprenticeship program in 2022.
In fiscal year 2022, the Buckeye United School District served 415 students in career-technical programs and issued 1,953 skill certificates to secondary students.
Refer to the below websites for more information on the agencies involved with youth and adults in the state’s correctional facilities.
Last Modified: 9/7/2023 3:22:10 PM