State or Federal?
The CTEIG program has the goal of providing K-12 pupils with the knowledge and skills necessary to transition to employment and postsecondary education. The program encourages the delivery and maintenance of career technical education (CTE) programs during implementation of the school district and charter school local control funding formula (LCFF). The recipients of the CTEIG funds are required to implement and maintain a CTE program meeting the following requirements: 1) High-quality curriculum and instruction aligned with the California CTE Model Curriculum Standards; 2) Quality career exploration and guidance; 3) Pupil support services including counseling and leadership development; 4) System alignment with postsecondary educational institutions; 5) Ongoing and structural industry and labor partnerships; 6) Opportunities to participate in after-school; extended-day; and out-of-school internships, competitions, and other work-based learning opportunities; 7) Programs reflective of regional or local labor-market demands; 8) Programs leading to an industry-recognized credential, certificate, appropriate postsecondary training, or employment; 9) Staffing by CTE-credentialed teachers or faculty professional development opportunities; 10) Data reporting to allow for an evaluation of the program.
Eligible Entities
K-12 School Districts, K-12 Schools, Local Public Agencies
Eligibility Notes
Additional eligible applicants include consortia, charter schools, and regional occupation centers or programs operated by joint powers authorities, provided that the application has the written consent of each participating local educational agency. Applicants applying as a consortium must document the partnership through a memorandum of understanding.
Most Recent/Current Due Date
Jul 12, 2017
Due Date Notes
Part I applications are due on July 12, 2017. Applicants that submit Part I will be permitted to access Part II applications which are due August 17, 2017.
Most Recent RFP Release Date
Jun 29, 2017
Min Award
Max Award
Annual or Multi-Year?
Match Required?
Match Notes
Applicants must provide two-to-one matching contributions. Matching contributions may include funding from school districts, charter schools, federal Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvements Act of 2008, California Partnership Academies, and the Agricultural Incentive Grant.
California Department of Education, Career and College Transition Division
Total Amount Available for All Grants
Competition Notes
Funding will be awarded based on average daily attendance in grades 7 through 12 of participating local educational agencies. Applications will be evaluated on: fulfilling program requirements, budget, and demonstration of sustainability.
Additional Notes
Previous recipients include individual high schools and school districts.
Further Information
Carolyn Zachry
(916) 324-5706
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