Webinar Recording “CTE Enrollment Reporting Basics” pw: CTEdata123
Still not entirely sure what you’re doing when it comes to secondary CTE enrollment reporting? We recorded a webinar to help out!
Webinar Slides pdf
This webinar reviews the annual CTE student and teacher data reporting cycle, provides information on updates for reporting student enrollment, and does a deep dive into reporting on work-based learning for secondary programs.
- 4:47 – What is CTE enrollment reporting? Leads into secondary reporting changes for 19/20 enrollment.
- 15:25 – New for secondary – how to report on work-based learning
- 33:28 – Postsecondary reporting changes for 19/20 enrollment.
Enrollment Submission File Formats
Middle School File Format Enrollment 2019-2020 AY
Secondary File Format Enrollment 2019-2020 AY
ATC – District College – CDOC File Format Enrollment 2019-2020 AY
What is Student and Active Teacher data?
The CTE database contains demographic and programmatic information for secondary and postsecondary level students. Through the CTE data collection site (ve135.cccs.edu), schools and districts report enrollment and follow-up (placement) information for CTE students, but information for postsecondary students having academic and undeclared majors is also collected.
The Active Teacher data is used by schools to record which CTE programs their instructors are teaching in during the current school year.
Who must report CTE student and teacher data?
Any school with active or contracted CTE programs. Even if you do not report FTE for CTA reimbursement to CCCS or participate in Perkins funding, you must still report your CTE student and teacher data every year. A 5-year trend analysis of enrollment and placement data is required for program renewals.
Why does CTE student data have to be reported?
To comply with state CTA and federal Perkins regulations for CTE funding, CCCS is required by law to collect Colorado CTE enrollment and follow-up student data each year.
The data is used in five main areas –