1.        If a student’s CTE participation code was a 2 or a 3 last year and he/she is not currently enrolled, what should the code be for this student?

The code should remain the same as last year until as a senior it becomes obvious that the student is not going to complete the 3rd CTE credit.  Whether or not the courses were in the original planned sequence doesn’t change this.

2.        When is a student coded a 3?

If the student is a sequence taker  who has on his/her grad plan  2 or more courses adding up to 3 or more CTE credits AND has enrolled in the first of these course AND one of the courses is tech prep articulated….the student is a 3.

3.        What are V codes?

The V codes are V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6 and are directly related to contact hours.  If a student is  currently enrolled in a CTE course for one contact hour (45-89 minutes) he/she is a V1.  Two contact hours = V2, and so on.  The maximum number of CTE contact hours a student may be enrolled in during a school day is 6.

4.        For what does the state receive CTE weighted funds? 

Weighted funds are received for each contact hour that a student is in a CTE class.
       5.  Do all CTE courses draw weighted funding?
Currently, yes. 
        6.  Must All teachers, who are teaching a CTE class that counts for math or science credit, take the Project Share training for each such   course they are teaching?          
 Yes, all teachers of  CTE courses that count for math or science credit much complete the Project Share training.  This includes both CTE and core teachers.
        7.  May a district teach, for elective credit only, any of the CTE courses that count as math and science?


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