Carl Perkins Grant Consortium

Wisconsin's Primary Focus for the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act:

  • Establish career pathways including improvement and expansion of existing career pathways and the development and implementation of new career pathways;

  • Increasing the rigor of work-based learning programs;

  • Improving student performance for special populations through focused activities and support;

  • Expansion of Nontraditional Occupations (NTO) career awareness and exploration with increased participation and completion of POS.

CESA 8  serves as the fiscal agent for the administration of the CESA 8 Carl D. Perkins Consortium Grant:

  • Administration of Carl D. Perkins Act funds, including preparation and monitoring of the consortium’s budget and claims submission as required by the Department of Public Instruction.

  • Monitor district budgets to ensure timely expenditures and

  • Payment to districts for reimbursement of approved project expenditures.

  • Preparation and submission of year-end report.

  • Tracking and follow-up through annual audit of all documentation as required by grant regulations

For more information, contact:

valerie brooks

Valerie Brooks

Career and Technical Education Coordinator