Documents & Reports

  Regional Career & Technical Education Centers
Find technical center director/assistant director contact information, including center address, phone/FAX numbers, and e-mail addresses.
  Vermont Perkins IV Five-Year State Plan: 2008 - 2013 (Edited)
The new Perkins IV requirements offer a supportive framework for transformation and Vermont: is committed to their full implementation during the five year grant period, career cluster/career pathway structure, secondary/post secondary programs of study, size scope and quality criteria; technical skill assessments, high skill/high wage/high demand career fields; all aspects of the industry and comprehensive professional development. NOTE: This document is 2MB.

Vermont School Construction Planning Guide and Standards for Technical Education Centers
This guide is designed to help school boards, administrators and governing boards through the process of planning and pursuing a technical education construction project. It is to be used in conjunction with applicable construction standards governing technical center construction and State Board of Education Rules for Capital Construction. It is not intended to be used in isolation or to supersede any other agency rules for school construction. Specific rules of state agencies that apply to school construction are beyond the scope of this document.

  Assessment Plan for State Perkins Compliance
Informed by the State 5-year Perkins Plan, VT DOE developed an assessment plan for State Perkins compliance, specifically identifying initial programs for FY09 focused tasks. Technical skill assessment student performance levels will be reported on the “Final Agreed Upon Performance Levels” (FAUPL) form in December 2009. Previously used performance indicators such as GPA, competency list check-off and course grade will not be reported any longer.

Vermont Sustainable Food Systems Cluster Study (and Executive Summary)
Vermont has one of America’s most prominent and dominant sustainable food systems and natural resources clusters, whether measured in terms of contributions to the state’s economy or growth compared to national trends. Adding “sustainability” to what once was an agricultural and/or natural resource cluster takes into account the long-term ability of the land to produce food and plants, the environment to support healthy lives, the economy to generate wealth, and of the community to retain that wealth. NOTE: This document is 2MB.

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