The Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 offers the South Dakota Board of
Education, the Department of Education, and the Office of Career and Technical Education
many opportunities to further its efforts to develop and enhance secondary and
postsecondary career and technical education programs and participate in the state’s high
school reform efforts.
Click here for an overview on CTE Programs in South Dakota.
The concepts put forth in Perkins IV align closely with the Department’s vision for career and technical education:
|CTE Approved Program Applications|
Any program wishing to reach “Approved CTE Program” status for school year 2015-16 must submit an application on or before March 2, 2015. Applications can be submitted in the Perkins Data System.
Questions, including logon information, can be directed to Kim Van Den Hemel at (605) 773-3423.
Instructions for completing the applications can be found here.
|Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources|
|Architecture & Construction|
|Arts, AV Technology & Communications|
|Business, Management & Administration|
|Education & Training|
|Hospitality & Tourism|
|Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics|
|Transportation, Distribution & Logistics|
|SD's Five Year Plan||Required Use of Funds|
|Allowable Perkins Costs||Advisory Panel Booklet|
|Approved Program Options||DOE Inventory Rules|
|Strategies to Meet Core Indicators||Using Data for Improving Programs|
|Perkins Reserve Grant|
|Perkins Reserve RFP|
|Perkins Reserve RFP Rubric|
|Perkins Required Use of Funds - May 2012|
|2013-14 Perkins Update Webinar|
|Financial Reporting Forms|
|Perkins Data Collection System|