Thursday, October 25, 2012

FREE CA Perkins Nontraditional & Special Populations Regional Workshops

Schedule yours now or attend one in your area!

WhyPerkins legislation requires you and your staff to participate in professional development! The JSPAC makes that easy!

What: Outcomes, participants will be able to do the following by the end of this workshop:
  • Understand the basics of Perkins IV legislation and the Core Indicators
  • Analyze data for accuracy, program planning, evaluation and improvement using Perkins IV
  • Discuss the Root Causes of & Strategies for addressing internal, situational, and school based barriers that prevent students from being successful in CTE programs & occupations
  • Identify the steps students should take as they select a program or career
  • Begin to Develop unified regional team & plan to close Core Indicator gaps and increase student success
Invite AllEducators from K-12, Adult Education and Community CollegesWIA and SB70 grant recipients,Nontraditional & Special Populations educators & program coordinators; academic and CTE educators and teachersPerkins IV coordinators; Counselors, CTE Deans and administrators; Title IX/504/equity coordinators; CalWORKs One-Stop directors & staff; student support staff; grant writers; institutional researchers; etc.

*To schedule a workshop contact Elizabeth Wallner at

More information & FREE registration available at

Regional Workshop Dates:

• October 19, 2012 — CCCAOE Conference, Long Beach
• October 25, 2012 — San Diego City College
• October 26, 2012 — Palomar College
• December 4, 2012 — JSPAC Conference, Sacramento (with paid conference registration)
• February 8, 2013 — San Bernardino ROP
• March 10-12, 2013 — Educating For Careers, Sacramento*
• April 12-13, 2012 — CITEA Conference, Oakland
• LA/Orange City — Dates TBD
• Your School or College?

*Applied, submission not yet accepted as of 10/15/2012

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