Career and Technical Education

Amanda Brogdon, Career and Technical Education Coordinator

Program Overview

The Career and Technical Education Department has the responsibility to develop and coordinate the Carl D. Perkins Federal Program. It is our goal to serve as a liaison between our member schools and the Career and Technical Education state staff and program managers.

We are here to assist new Career and Technical Instructors, to provide staff development, and to encourage the development, implementation, and improvement of Career and Technical programs.

Improvement of Career and Technical Education programs has three major components: (1) A change in the curriculum to add advanced technologies, (2) the purchase of the instructional equipment needed to teach the new technology, and (3) in-service training for the teacher, on both teaching the new curriculum and using the new equipment. These three components will be used as guidelines in making decisions for all staff development and equipment purchases within our department.

Technical Assistance Available from the CTE Department

Carl D. Perkins Consortium Administration

  • Annual Application Preparation and Submission
  • Budget Management
  • Implementation of Perkins Mandates
  • Proposal Accountability
  • Technical Equipment Purchasing/Distribution
  • Completer Reports
  • Placement Reports

CTE Initiatives Support

  • Career Clusters/Pathways/Programs of Study
  • Curriculum Frameworks
  • Academic Attainment of CTE Students

CTE Technical Assistance

  • Professional Development/Technology Training
  • New Teacher Assistance
  • Policies and Procedures Interpretation
  • Resource Distribution
  • New Program Start-up Grant Support

Evaluation of Programs

  • DWE Technical Assistance Visits-Preparation, Attendance, and Follow-up
  • Teacher Information System -Review and Follow-up

Consortium Member Districts

Bald Knob
Des ArcRose Bud
EnglandWhite County Central