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The federal reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act named Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act also known as Perkins V was signed into law by the President on July 31, 2018. The purpose of this Act is to develop more fully the academic knowledge and technical and employability skills of secondary education students and postsecondary education students who elect to enroll in CTE​ programs and programs of study. Perkins V requires secondary, postsecondary and business/industry to work together to strengthen career and technical education for students. 

Illinois will need to submit a transition plan in April 2019 and a 4 year state plan in April 2020. The development of the plan aligns with other statewide efforts, including Postsecondary Workforce Readiness Act (PWR) Illinois’ competency-based learning pilot, Postsecondary and Career Expectations framework (PACE)PDF Document, college and career pathway endorsements and Transitional Math,  Illinois' 60 x 2025,  ​Career Pathways DictionaryPDF Document and ISBE College and Career Readiness IndicatorsPDF Document for accountability under ESSA, Dual Credit Quality Act  and the Expanding Career Pathway Opportunities in Adult Education​PDF Document. ​

New Information for Perkins V

Nontraditional Occupations: What is new for Perkins V -Webinar

This webinar will explore national trends and effective local practices happening here in Illinois. The purpose of this webinar is to teach participants on how they can best support students in nontraditional occupations.

Details:
April 25, 2019
10 a.m. – 11 a.m.​
Nontraditional Occupations Webinar Registration PageGo To Meeting Link​​​​​​

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Perkins V Timeline

  • ​Spring 2019State Pla​n Work Group Convenes and Provides Recommendations to Inform Plan​
  • May 2019Submit Transition Plan (FY2020)
  • Summer 2019Release Performance Targets for 60-day Public Comment Period
  • Fall 2019​State Plan Draft (w/ local plan and comprehensive needs assessment) released for 30-day Public Comment Period
  • April 2020All Data Reporting Closes
  • M​ay 1After Integrating All Feedback, Board Approvals, and Governor’s Signature, Submit State Plan to USDOE

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