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Alabama PYs 2018-2019 Published

Perkins Career and Technical Education Program

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  • Career and Technical Education Programs Authorized Under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006
    • a. Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration Prior to State Plan Submission

      As noted above, in addition to entering your Perkins State Plan and any revisions for the upcoming year, you must submit a request to extend your Perkins State Plan using the link to the Perkins State Plan Portal below. You are not required to hold separate hearings for the Perkins portion of your WIOA Combined State Plan unless your State determines that there is a “significant and relevant” change in: (1) the information or assurances in the Perkins plan; (2) the administration or operation of the Perkins plan; or (3) the organization, policies, or operations of the State agency that received the grant, if the change materially affects the information or assurances in the Perkins plan. See Question A.12 in the Department’s Perkins IV Non-Regulatory Guidance Q&A -Version 4.0, released April 24, 2015. Accordingly, if your State determines that no significant or relevant change is being made, you are not required to provide or revise this Section I, Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration Prior to State Plan Submission, unless your State chooses to do so.

a. 1. A. The State Must Conduct Public Hearings in the State, After Appropriate and Sufficient Notice, for the Purpose of Affording All Segments of the Public and Interested Organizations and Groups (including Charter School Authorizers and Organizers Consistent with State Law, Employers, Labor Organizations, Parents, Students, and Community Organizations), an Opportunity to Present Their Views and Make Recommendations Regarding the State Plan. (section 122(a)(3)) 

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