Perkins Local Plans that represent best strategic uses of Perkins funds at the local level.
|Strategy||Selected Local Plan||Definition
|1. Implementing Career and Technical Education Plans of Study||Pueblo Community College, 2015-2016||Strategy 1
|2. Strengthening Accountability for Results||Arapahoe Community College, 2015-2016|
Telluride R-1, 2014-2015
|3. Adopting a Project-Based Focus||Northeast BOCES, 2015-2016|
Brighton 27 J, 2014-2015
Denver Public Schools, 2014-2015
Pikes Peak Community College & Consortium, 2014-2015
|4. Assessing Career and Technical Skills||San Luis Valley Consortium, 2015-2016 ||Strategy 4
|5. Integrating Academic and CTE Skills and Knowledge||Littleton Perkins Consortium, 2014-2015||Strategy 5
|6. Building a Corps of Effective CTE Teachers||Centennial BOCES, 2014-2015|
San Juan Basin BOCES, 2013-2014
Community College of Aurora, 2013-2014
|7. Ensuring Effective Instruction and Strategies for Special Populations||Mesa County 51, 2015-2016||Strategy 7
The Colorado Perkins Implementation Strategies summarize the Colorado Multi-year Perkins State Plan.
The Perkins Field Council, volunteers from school districts, community colleges, technical colleges and business and industry, read approved Perkins Local Plans each year and select Local Plans that represent best strategic uses of Perkins funds at the local level.