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									                   Perkins IV Consortium Application FY12 (2011-2012)
                                    COVER SHEET
                       [Insert Consortium Name here then delete this instruction]
 Please complete the following:
 CARL PERKINS - Secondary                              CARL PERKINS - Postsecondary
 Contact Person: _____________________________        Contact Person: _____________________________
 Address: ___________________________________         Address: ___________________________________
 ___________________________________________          ___________________________________________
 Phone: _________________FAX:_______________          Phone: _________________FAX:_______________
 E-Mail: ____________________________________         E-Mail: ____________________________________


 CARL PERKINS - Secondary                             CARL PERKINS - Postsecondary
 Fiscal Agency:_______________________________        Fiscal Agency:_______________________________
 Business Manager:____________________________        Business Manager:____________________________
 Address: ___________________________________         Address: ___________________________________
 Phone: __________________FAX:______________          Phone: __________________FAX:______________
 E-Mail: ____________________________________         E-Mail: ____________________________________
 *District #_____________ District Type_________
    (*for electronic payment purposes)

                                                                                             Secondary
                                District/Agency Name/College Name                             Type &
                                                                                              Number




(*Use extra rows or sheets if necessary)



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                                                 Consortium Plan Summary Narrative
1. Describe how the career and technical education programs will be carried out with the funds received. [Sec.134 (b)(1)]



2. Describe how career and technical education activities supported by Perkins funds will assist the consortium in meeting State and local adjusted levels
   of performance. [Sec. 134 (b)(2)]



3. Describe how students participating in CTE, are provided programs of sufficient size, scope and quality that include academic and technical education
   components through a coherent sequence of courses with rigorous content aligned with challenging standards, and that CTE students are taught to the
   same challenging academic standards expected for all students. [Sec. 135 (b)(8)]



4. Describe how students are provided with strong experience in, and understanding of, all aspects of the industry. [Sec.134 (b)(3)(C)]



5. Describe how comprehensive professional development for appropriate personnel promotes integration of standards as described in Item 3, above.
   [Sec.135 (c)(8)]



6. Describe efforts to improve the recruitment and retention of technical teachers, faculty, counselors (including individuals in groups underrepresented
   in the teaching profession) and the transition to teaching from business and industry. [Sec.135 (b)(5)(A-D)]



7. Describe the data analysis and process that will be used to evaluate student performance and continuously improve programs. List technical skill
   assessments you have chosen to use for each state-approved program of study for which assessments have been identified. [Sec.134 (b)(7)]



8. Describe how evaluation of the POS process affects the planning outcomes. [Sec. 135 (b)(1)]


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                    Goal 1: Designing & Implementing Programs of Study: Goals, Objectives and Strategies

Topics Required for Inclusion
 Program of Study (POS) Design and Implementation – It is recommended that each        Opportunities for early college credit [Sec. 135. (c) (10)]
 consortia have at least 1 POS in each career field. POS are encouraged to be
 developed in high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand occupations [State requirement;
 Sec 134 (b) (3) and (b)(8C)]
 Secondary teacher and postsecondary faculty and counselor involvement [State          Improvement of academic and technical skills of CTE learners [Sec. 134 (b) (3)
 requirement; Sec. 134 (b) (5)]
 Professional development needs of teachers and faculty in POS as well as other        Assessment of core technical skills across high school and college that use valid
 programs [Sec. 134 (b) (4)]                                                           (measures the content) and reliable (consistent over time and among students)
                                                                                       assessments [Sec. 134 (b) (3 B.) and Sec. 135 (c) (19)]
 Addressing the needs of adult learners through adult basic education and/or non-      All Aspects of the Industry included in all POS [Sec. 134 (b) (3 C.)]
 credit training in Adult Career Pathways [State Plan; Sec. 135 (c)]
 Goal 1 Narrative:


 Objective(s)                                         Strategies                        Outcomes and Measures (FY12)                         Projected Budget by
                                                                                                                                                  Objective
 1.

       [Duplicate as needed]

 2.



 Use of Funds: Highlight or Bold the required and permissible activities addressed above ( “R” for required and “P” for permissible).
 Required
 R1 Academic Integration                                       R9 Special Populations                          P4 Additional Special Populations
 R2 Programs of Study                                          R10 Collaboration                                P5 Student Organizations
 R3 All Aspects of an Industry                                  R11 Articulation                               P6 Mentoring/Support Services
 R4 Develop/Improve/Expand the use of Technology                Permissible                                     P7 Equipment Leasing/Purchasing/Upgrading
 R6 Assessment                                                  P1 Advisory Committees                         P8 Teacher Preparation
 R7 Initiate/Improve/Modernize Technology                       P2 Counseling                                  P9 Alternative Formats
 R8 Size/Scope/Quality                                          P3 Work-Based Experiences                      P10 Student Transition
                                                                                                              P11 Entrepreneurship




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                            Goal 2: Effectively Utilize Employer, Community, and Education Partnerships


Topics Required for Inclusion
All Aspects of the Industry, including work-based experiences and            Program advisory committees that are involved in continuous program improvement and are
internships [Sec. 134 (b) (3 C.)]                                            established consortium-wide, where feasible, including movement to joint secondary-
                                                                             postsecondary advisory committees [Sec. 134 (b)(5)]
Program advisory committees involved in identifying high-skill, high-wage,   Partnerships with other initiatives or providers that support transitions for high school and adult
or high-demand occupations within the region [Sec.134. (b)(8 C.)]            students. Examples: ABE, business, labor, WorkForce Centers, customized training,
                                                                             programming conducted under NCLB, and alternative high school programs (Area Learning
                                                                             Centers, alternative high schools, charter schools, etc.) [Sec. 135 (b)(5)]
Collaboration that leads to improving CTE programs (e.g., WorkForce
Center, non-profits, service organization, Chambers) [Sec.134. (b) (5)]
Goal 2 Narrative:


Objective(s)                                  Strategies                       Outcomes and Measures                           Projected Budget by Objective
                                                                                      (FY12)
1.
[Duplicate as needed]


2.



Use of Funds: Highlight or Bold the required and permissible activities addressed above ( “R” for required and “P” for permissible).
Required
R1 Academic Integration                                        R9 Special Populations                          P4 Additional Special Populations
R2 Programs of Study                                           R10 Collaboration                               P5 Student Organizations
R3 All Aspects of an Industry                                  R11 Articulation                                P6 Mentoring/Support Services
R4 Develop/Improve/Expand the use of Technology                Permissible                                      P7 Equipment Leasing/Purchasing/Upgrading
R6 Assessment                                                   P1 Advisory Committees                         P8 Teacher Preparation
R7 Initiate/Improve/Modernize Technology                       P2 Counseling                                   P9 Alternative Formats
R8 Size/Scope/Quality                                           P3 Work-Based Experiences                      P10 Student Transition
                                                                                                               P11 Entrepreneurship




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                                                  Goal 3: Improve Service to Special Populations
Topics Required for Inclusion
Access to and success of students in programs of study nontraditional by gender           Plan showing connections to local, regional and state wide initiatives that support
[Sec. 134 (b) (10)]                                                                       special populations, e.g. STEM Equity Pipeline, Employment First, etc. Sec.134 (b)
                                                                                          (3) (8A &B)]
Identification and adoption of strategies and outcomes to overcome barriers for           Description of how individuals in special populations will not be discriminated
special populations and increase rates of access and success in CTE programs. [Sec.       against based upon their status. [Sec. 134 (b) (9)]
134 (b) (8 A.) and [Sec. 134 (b) (8 B.)]
High-Skill, High-Wage or High-Demand occupations that lead to self-sufficiency            Plan showing that expectations are consistent for all learners in high school and
[Sec. 134 (b) (8 C.)]                                                                     college including members of special populations [Sec. 134 (b) (3)]
Goal 3 Narrative:


Objective(s)                                                   Strategies                                    Outcomes and Measures (FY12)                         Projected
                                                                                                                                                                  Budget by
                                                                                                                                                                  Objective
1.
[Duplicate as needed]



2.




Use of Funds: Highlight or Bold the required and permissible activities addressed above ( “R” for required and “P” for permissible).
Required
R1 Academic Integration                                        R9 Special Populations                          P4 Additional Special Populations
R2 Programs of Study                                           R10 Collaboration                               P5 Student Organizations
R3 All Aspects of an Industry                                  R11 Articulation                                P6 Mentoring/Support Services
R4 Develop/Improve/Expand the use of Technology                Permissible                                      P7 Equipment Leasing/Purchasing/Upgrading
R6 Assessment                                                   P1 Advisory Committees                         P8 Teacher Preparation
R7 Initiate/Improve/Modernize Technology                       P2 Counseling                                   P9 Alternative Formats
R8 Size/Scope/Quality                                           P3 Work-Based Experiences                      P10 Student Transition
                                                                                                                  P11 Entrepreneurship




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                        Goal 4: Provide a Continuum of Service Provision for Enabling Student Transitions
Topics Required for Inclusion
Flexibility in scheduling and formats that provide access for students [Sec. 135 (c)       Implementation of CSP relative to (a) programs of study; (b) early college credit
(9)]                                                                                       opportunities [Sec. 135 (c) (10)]
Student services that enhance student transition [State Plan]                              Transition of adult learners into the workforce [Sec. 135 (c) (9)]
Continuum of Service Provisions/Brokering with other consortia [State Plan]                Improvement of enrollment, retention and completion for military veterans,
                                                                                           underemployed, and unemployed adults [Sec. 135 (c) (9)]
Goal 4 Narrative:


Objective(s)                                                        Strategies                                   Outcomes and Measures (FY12)                       Projected
                                                                                                                                                                    Budget by
                                                                                                                                                                    Objective
1.
[Duplicate as needed]



2.




3.




Use of Funds: Highlight or Bold the required and permissible activities addressed above ( “R” for required and “P” for permissible).
Required
R1 Academic Integration                                        R9 Special Populations                          P4 Additional Special Populations
R2 Programs of Study                                           R10 Collaboration                               P5 Student Organizations
R3 All Aspects of an Industry                                  R11 Articulation                                P6 Mentoring/Support Services
R4 Develop/Improve/Expand the use of Technology                Permissible                                      P7 Equipment Leasing/Purchasing/Upgrading
R6 Assessment                                                   P1 Advisory Committees                         P8 Teacher Preparation
R7 Initiate/Improve/Modernize Technology                       P2 Counseling                                   P9 Alternative Formats
R8 Size/Scope/Quality                                           P3 Work-Based Experiences                      P10 Student Transition
                                                                                                                   P11 Entrepreneurship




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                                                           Goal 5: Sustain the Consortium of
                                                        Secondary and Postsecondary Institutions


Topics Required for Inclusion
Self-assessment of consortium systems and operations, including fiscal and                 Use of data for evaluation of student success and continuous program improvement
administration [Sec 135 (c) (20)                                                           [Sec. 134 (b) (2 & 7) and Sec.135 (c) (19)]
Shared responsibility among all partners for collaboration and accountability for          Collaborative budget development [State Plan]
success [State Plan]
Collaborative initiatives between the consortium and stakeholders [Sec. 134 (b) (5)]       Promotion of consortium CTE vision [State Plan]
Goal 5 Narrative:


Objective(s)                                                    Strategies                                 Outcomes and Measures (FY12)                    Projected Budget
                                                                                                                                                             by Objective
1.
         [Duplicate as needed]



2.




Use of Funds: Highlight or Bold the required and permissible activities addressed above ( “R” for required and “P” for permissible).
Required
R1 Academic Integration                                        R9 Special Populations                          P4 Additional Special Populations
R2 Programs of Study                                           R10 Collaboration                               P5 Student Organizations
R3 All Aspects of an Industry                                  R11 Articulation                                P6 Mentoring/Support Services
R4 Develop/Improve/Expand the use of Technology                Permissible                                      P7 Equipment Leasing/Purchasing/Upgrading
R6 Assessment                                                   P1 Advisory Committees                         P8 Teacher Preparation
R7 Initiate/Improve/Modernize Technology                       P2 Counseling                                   P9 Alternative Formats
R8 Size/Scope/Quality                                           P3 Work-Based Experiences                      P10 Student Transition
                                                                                                                P11 Entrepreneurship




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                             Budget Instructions

To complete the required application budgets, please submit the Excel budget
summaries for postsecondary, secondary and the consortium budget narrative.
These forms are available at www.cte.mnscu.edu in the Forms section
(http://www.cte.mnscu.edu/forms/index.html). The file name is FY12 Budget
Summaries.

Secondary applications must also complete the MDE budget summary available
in the same section of the www.cte.mnscu.edu website.




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                  SUMMARY FOR PERKINS-FUNDED POSITIONS
NOTE: Complete the space below as it pertains to individuals whose salaries are being paid either
full time or part time using federal Perkins dollars. If no dollars are used for salaries, just indicate
on the line below and submit with your local application.

___________No Perkins dollars are being used for funding positions.

Yes, the following are Perkins Funded Positions:
   1.      Position Title:
           Number of years this position has been paid out of federal Perkins dollars:_______
           Dollars used to support this position: _________
           Position Description:




    2.      Position Title:
            Number of years this position has been paid out of federal Perkins dollars:_______
            Dollars used to support this position: _________
            Position Description:




    3.      Position Title:
            Number of years this position has been paid out of federal Perkins dollars:_______
            Dollars used to support this position: _________
            Position Description:




[Duplicate as needed]




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                             PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                       FRAMEWORK SUPPORTING ELEMENTS
                         SECONDARY AND POSTSECONDARY
To support states in developing Programs of Study that address each of the required elements identified in Perkins
IV, the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE), has issued a design
framework to clarify and define the four statutory POS requirements in the Act. The POS framework contains 10
supporting elements that are viewed by CTE practitioners as instrumental for creating and implementing a high
quality, comprehensive POS. Listed below are the 10 supporting elements of this framework with a subsequent
question. Please respond to each question by checking the box that best describes your progress to date. Add
a brief description and/or justification in the space provided summarizing your work in FY11.

                                                                            In the
                                                              Not Being                 Partially      Fully
       Program of Study Supporting Elements                   Considered
                                                                           Planning
                                                                                      Implemented   Implemented
                                                                            Stage
LEGISLATION AND POLICY:
Has your consortium created a plan with formal
procedures for maintaining and continually improving
your Programs of Study (POS)?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)



PARTNERSHIPS:
When developing your POS, do you have input from all
partners including secondary, postsecondary, business/
industry and community stakeholders?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
Has your consortium developed and implemented a POS
professional development plan for secondary and
postsecondary stakeholders?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)



ACCOUNTABILITY AND EVALUATION
SYSTEMS:
Does your consortium have systems & strategies to gather
and examine qualitative & quantitative data focused on
the effectiveness of HS to college transitions through
programs of study and that provides information needed
to engage in continuous improvement?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)




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                                                                              In the
                                                                Not Being                 Partially      Fully
        Program of Study Supporting Elements                    Considered
                                                                             Planning
                                                                                        Implemented   Implemented
                                                                              Stage
COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS:
Do your Programs of Study include essential knowledge
and skills for college and career readiness?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)




COURSE SEQUENCES:
Does your process for developing course sequences in a
POS ensure that students transition to postsecondary
education without duplicating classes or requiring
remedial coursework?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)




CREDIT TRANSFER AGREEMENTS:
Are there opportunities in place for credit transfer to
either 2- or 4-year colleges?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)




GUIDANCE COUNSELING AND ACADEMICS:
Are the guidance counselors and academic teachers in
your schools/ college advisors, counselors, and liberal arts
faculty involved with POS development? Are the
advisors, counselors, and liberal arts faculty in the
college(s) involved with POS development and/or
implementation?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)




TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES:
Do the college(s) & high schools in your consortium
enable innovative instructional approaches where teachers
integrate academic and technical instruction and students
apply academic and technical learning to their POS
coursework?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)




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                                                                             In the
                                                            Not Being                    Partially      Fully
       Program of Study Supporting Elements                 Considered
                                                                            Planning
                                                                                       Implemented   Implemented
                                                                             Stage
TECHNICAL SKILL ASSESSMENTS: Has your
consortium identified and implemented the state-approved
Technical Skill Assessment(s) for each approved Program
of Study?
Narrative: (Please briefly describe)




Programs of Study Status Report

Attach a current status report of the approved (or in progress) programs of study from the MNPOS
web site. If the consortium is not using MNPOS, provide the following information for each POS: Career
Field, Cluster, Pathway, High Schools, and College.


                                                                                                          Status
 Career Field            Cluster              Pathway(s)                  High         College       A = Approved
                                                                         School                      P = In Progress




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                              PERKINS REPORTS/WRITTEN IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                                     SECONDARY and POSTSECONDARY
                              DO NOT SUBMIT THIS PAGE WITH YOUR LOCAL APPLICATION.
          REPORTS OR IMPROVEMENT PLANS ARE DUE WITH YOUR LOCAL APPLICATION - MAY 2012
Your consortium may have received notification if it was found to be out of compliance for any or all of the federal required core indicator(s). In
that notification it stated that you would be required to either prepare a Report describing the indicator(s) where the consortium was
noncompliant and identifying general strategies that will be used to improve performance or a Written Improvement Plan that requires more
detailed actions used to improve performance. Review the notification letter that you were sent and, within this local application, respond to that
notice of deficiency by completing the Improvement Report or Plan template that follows. Provide enough detail to clearly indicate how your
consortia (secondary, postsecondary, or both) will improve/increase their core indicator scores to meet the negotiated targets.

   A.      Report (R):
           If the consortium scored between 90 and 99% of their negotiated target for any indicator, they will be required to write a report
           describing how or what they will do to increase their scores. If more than one indicator requires documentation report, respond to
           each indicator separately on a new page (duplicating the template as needed).


   B.      Written Improvement Plan:
           If the consortium scored below the 90% level of their negotiated target for any indicator, a written improvement plan will need to be
           submitted. If more than one indicator requires a plan, respond to each indicator separately in a separate page (duplicating the template
           as needed).




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                                                                                                   Perkins IV Local Improvement Report
                        Consortium Name: _______________________________________________ [Duplicate as needed for additional indicators]
REPORT & PLAN
A. Complete for




                        Indicator Not Met:                    _______________                    Negotiated Performance:                   ________________                  Actual Performance:                     _____________
                        General strategies planned to improve performance:




                        Comments or context for actual performance (optional):




                                                                                                  Perkins IV Local Improvement Plan
                                Sub-populations or                                                                             Describe any contextual factors that might contribute to this gap.
                              groups where gap exists
                         (could be by demographic characteristic,
                                  school, program, other)
IMPROVEMENT PLAN ONLY




                                                                                                                                                                       Person(s) Responsible                  How will progress be
                                                                                                                                                                     Identify the person(s) who will
                                               Action steps to improve the performance                                                                               oversee implementation of                   documented?
    B. Complete for




                                                                                                                              Resources Needed         Timeline      strategies and who determines or    Identify how the strategies or activities
                        Identify the strategies/activities that will be taken to achieve the specified goal and improve the                                                                              will be evaluated to measure progress.
                                                                                                                                                                     communicates significant dates or
                        quality of CTE programs and core indicator performance                                                                                                                           These measures should be
                                                                                                                                                                     achievement points throughout the
                                                                                                                                                                     year                                observable or quantifiable.




                        Describe stakeholders involved, process and sources of data used to determine strategies/action steps listed above:




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                SECONDARY PERKINS EQUIPMENT RECORD

                                SECONDARY ONLY
           DO NOT SUBMIT THIS PAGE WITH YOUR LOCAL APPLICATION.
               THIS PAGE IS DUE WITH YOUR APR - OCTOBER 2012

NOTE: Secondary Perkins Directors shall be required to maintain a list of all equipment purchases,
the purchase price, and where the equipment is located (school district and building). This will
match the audited budget by UFARS coding (OBJ. 530 and 555) for the fiscal year. This will be due
with the Annual Performance Report (APR) in October.

Use additional sheets if necessary

    Date      What was purchased                  Where located (school and    Cost/Dollar
                                                  district )                   allocation




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                  STATEMENT OF ASSURANCES
                             &
                       CERTIFICATIONS

1. The eligible sub-recipient shall make this application and Personnel Activity Reports (PAR) available for
   review and comment by all appropriate parties as outlined in the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical
   Education Act of 2006.

2. None of the funds expended under this Act shall be used to purchase equipment (including computer
   software) in any instance in which such acquisition results in a direct financial benefit to any organization
   representing the interests of the purchasing entity or its employees or any affiliate of such an organization.

3. Funds made available under this Act cannot be used: (1) to require any secondary school student to choose
   or pursue a specific career path or major; or (2) to mandate that any individual participate in a career and
   technical education program, including a career and technical education program that requires the
   attainment of a federally funded skill level, standard, or certificate of mastery.

4. Federal career and technical education funds shall be used to supplement state and local funds for career and
   technical education, and in no case to supplant (replace) such state or local funds.

5. The eligible sub-recipient shall comply with all requirements imposed by the grantor agency concerning
   special legal requirements, program requirements, and other administrative requirements including the
   completion of Personnel Activity Reports.

6. The eligible sub-recipient shall comply with all regulations, policies, guidelines, and requirements included
   in the Education Division General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) as they relate to the application,
   acceptance and use of federal funds for this project.

7. The eligible sub-recipient shall comply with the Vocational Education Guidelines for eliminating
   discrimination and denial of services on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex and handicap (45 CFR,
   Part 80) issued by the Bureau of Occupational and Adult Education, Department of Education and the
   Office of Civil Rights, March 21, 1979.

8. The eligible sub-recipient shall comply with requirements of the provisions of the Uniform Relocation
   Assistance and Real Property Acquisitions Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-646) which provides for fair and equitable
   treatment of persons displaced as a result of federal land federally assisted programs.

9. The eligible sub-recipient shall comply with the minimum wage and maximum hour provisions of the
   Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, as they apply to hospital and educational institution employees of state
   and local governments.

10. The eligible sub-recipient shall establish safeguards to prohibit employees from using their positions for a
    purpose that is, or gives the appearance of being, motivated by a desire for private gain for themselves or
    others, particularly those with whom they have family, business, or other ties.

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11. The eligible sub-recipient shall give the grantor agency or the Comptroller General through any responsible
    authority access and the right to examine all records, books, papers, or documents related to the awarding of
    these funds.

12. The consortium district and college administration assure that programs of study have been designed
    according to the process and document requirements and will serve all populations of learners.

I/we hereby certify that the information provided in this local application is true and correct to the best of
my/our knowledge, information, and belief, and that the required assurances are given. All approved programs,
services, and activities shall be conducted in accordance with state and federal laws, rules and regulations; and
in accordance with the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
polices and program standards.



ALL STATEMENT OF ASSURANCES AND CERTIFICATIONS MUST BE
SIGNED:
Consortium Name ____________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________
College President Name-Print


______________________________________________________                         ____________________
Postsecondary Signature - College President                                     Date

College President E-mail_______________________________________________________________


College President Phone Number: ______________________________________________________

 ________________________________________________________


_______________________________________________________                           ___________________
District Name – Print                                                             District Number/Type

_________________________________________________________
Superintendent Name-Print


_______________________________________________________                         ____________________
Secondary Signature - School Superintendent                                     Date

Superintendent E-mail _________________________________________________________________


Superintendent Phone Number: _________________________________________________________


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