Carl Perkins - Technology Education Act
Carl Perkins Career and Technical Education Act:
►Federal legislation that provides funding to states to develop more fully the academic, vocational and technical skills of secondary and post secondary career and technology education students by promoting the integration of academic and vocational technical instruction, including links to secondary and post secondary education for participating students.
►The Carl Perkins grant allows the Career Tech Education (CTE) department to continue professional growth and purchase up to date technology and equipment to provide hands on training to students in their classrooms.
Process for Perkins Legislature Requirements
- File application
- Create budget
- Work with state on expenditure of funds
- Expend funds on innovative technology that meets industry standards
Jenks Public Schools prohibits discrimination in the educational programs and activities, admission programs of students, recruitment, selection and/or employment on basis of race, religion, gender, age, national origin, veteran status or disability. The school district complies with the federal and state regulations for implementing Title IX of the Education Amendment of 972, Title VI, Section 504, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Las Escuelas Publicas de Jenks prohiben la discriminacion en los programas y actividades educacionales, programas de admisiones para los extudiantes, reclutamiento, seleccion y/o empleo sobre las bases de raza, religion, sexo, edad, nacionalidad, estado de veterano o discapacidad. El distrito escolar se acanta a las regulaciones federales y estatales por implementar el Titulo IX de la Enmienda Educacional 972, Titulo VI, Seccion 504 y del Acta de Norteamericanos con Discapacidades (ADA).
Contact: Debra Ensminger
(918) 299-4415, extension 2261
As a recipient of Federal Grants, Jenks Public Schools makes every effort to use the awarded federal funds properly and transparently by following state and federal laws concerning each grant. Anyone who observes, detects, or suspects improper use of federal funds, may report that information to the Office of the Inspector General’s hotline at 1-800-MISUSED.