Setting the Stage for Perkins V - Shared screen with speaker view
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And do to challenges in CTE for gender equity, namely Adams Litigation, Office of Civil Rights became involved: Prompted the enforcement of civil rights laws in states with segregated systems of career technical education (Title VI)
Helpful context, Eva, thank you! Along with the Nation at Risk "study" also had implications, Karl - great highlight.
History is so important to understand where we are headed in career and tech ed in Minnesota.
Civil rights emphasis also led to Perkins funding set asides for gender equity, (originally) academically disadvantaged and finally services to disabilities.
Ensuring that we address student needs in an equitable way that supports student access and participation.
How often does this framework get updated?
Note the inclusion of meeting needs of Tribal communities. This might include partnerships to develop POS that support their needs, potentially supports such as competency-based programming, cohorts in CTE, etc.
https://education.mn.gov/MDE/dse/cte/prog/study/index.htm - is this that?
State-Recognized Programs of Study User Guide (1.01 MB .pdf) https://www.minnstate.edu/system/cte/programs/documents/Minnesota-State-Recognized-Programs-of-Study-Oct-2019.pdf
Also consider how your efforts in these components either support student access and participation or maintain barriers.
@Sally - This is the official guide I think you are referencing earlier. State-Recognized Programs of Study User Guide (1.01 MB .pdf) https://www.minnstate.edu/system/cte/programs/documents/Minnesota-State-Recognized-Programs-of-Study-Oct-2019.pdf
Equity provisions for CTE:
Sorry my mic and headset are worthless today!
But you are not, Eva!
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