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Perkins V

 

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Through the efforts in Career and Technical Education (CTE), Louisiana’s program completers will acquire the core academic and technical learning skills they need to be lifelong learners, readily adapting to the changing needs of the workplace. CTE graduates will possess specific technical (or occupational) skills in the career field for which they are prepared. Just as important, our program completers will understand the value that employers place on essential employability skills such as the ability to:

CONTACTS

Trish Felder
Executive Director for Career and Technical Education/Perkins V State Director
patriciafelder@lctcs.edu
225-922-2809

Brittney Baptiste-Williams
Assistant Executive Director for Career and Technical Education
bbaptistewilliams@lctcs.edu
225-308-4439

Debbie Cruz
Director of Program Compliance
debbiecruz@lctcs.edu
225-308-4427

Tawn Augustus 
Associate Director of Program Compliance
taugustus@lctcs.edu
225-308-4380

Lacey Hady-Brown
Coordinator of Program Compliance
laceyhardybrown@lctcs.edu
225-308-4385

Tammy Terry
Coordinator for Career and Technical Education
tammyterry@lctcs.edu

Resources

Perkins V State Plan

The Perkins V Louisiana State Plan for CTE is designed to:

  • Ensure students are provided academic skills such as literacy and numeracy, technical skills and knowledge, and essential employability skills via all Perkins Eligible CTE Programs of Study;
  • Give individuals the best opportunity for workplace success in high-skill, high-wage, in-demand or emerging occupations; and
  • Partner with business and industry to strengthen and expand existing businesses as well as attract new employers to Louisiana with a highly skilled workforce.

To reach these outcomes, Louisiana is working to improve the quality of every CTE course and program, to align secondary and postsecondary programs, to ensure a seamless transition from one level to the next, to provide sequenced and non-duplicative coursework, and articulated, dual, and prior learning, where possible. All Perkins funded programs will meet the definition of a Perkins Eligible CTE Program of Study beginning July 1, 2021.

Perkins V Manual

This manual sets forth the policies and procedures used by LCTCS to administer the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V). The LCTCS has undertaken the development of this manual to provide staff, eligible subrecipients, and the public the highest level of transparency as to the processes used by the LCTCS in the administration of this federal program. The Legislative Auditor of Louisiana, U.S. Education Department’s Office of Inspector General (OIG), and Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education (OCTAE) may rely on the procedures and internal controls described herein to assess LCTCS’ compliance with the following:

  • Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V);
  • Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR); and
  • The Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (2 C.F.R. Part 200).

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