CTE Program Review
Ohio legislation requires the Ohio Department of Education and the lead district of each secondary Career-Technical Planning District to conduct an annual review for each career-technical education program within the planning district.
The intent of the Career-Technical Education Quality Program Review is to maximize the use of resources improving the quality of career-technical education programs. The Career-Technical Education Program Review is a one to five-year process. The district conducts a self-review and creates and implements identified improvement strategies for non-compliance areas identified in the compliance system. This work is completed in collaboration with the Career-Technical Planning District and the Ohio Department of Education.
Note: Any Quality Program Review actions are ‘Recommended’ due to the FY2021 Quality Program Review Pathway Data ‘Hold Harmless’ period. The office of Career-Technical Education will hold voluntary Quality Program Review Workshops in January 2022 for the FY2021 Data set.
The indicators for the FY2021 Pathway Data and beyond will align to the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V),
the Career-Technical Planning District Report Card
and will be Technical Skill Attainment, Work-based Learning and Post-Program Placement.
Quality Program Review Performance Levels and Component Chart
1. Technical Skill Attainment
Technical Skill Attainment measures the percentage of career-technical education concentrators who, in the reporting year, achieve the cumulative passing rate for the state-recognized technical skill assessment aligned with their programs of concentration.
2. Work-based Learning
Work-based Learning measures the percentage of career-technical education concentrators in the graduation cohort having participated in a minimum of 250 hours of work-based learning.
3. Post-Program Placement
Post-Program Placement measures the percentage of career-technical education concentrators who, in the second quarter after exiting secondary education, are in postsecondary education or advanced training; are in a military service or service program that receives assistance under Title I of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C 12511 et seq.); are volunteers as described in section 5(a) of the Peace Corps Act (22 U.S.C 2504(a)); or are employed.
For more information on the Perkins V indicators and other Data and Accountability Resources, please reference the Data and Accountability
Launch Date of Compliance System with FY2020 Pathway Data: Early November 2021
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