Carl D. Perkins Act of 2006

The Carl D. Perkins Act is a federally funded Career and Technical Education (CTE) program designed to prepare individuals for employment in high skill, high wage or high demand jobs with current or emerging industries. CTE programs of study include competency-based applied learning which contributes to an individual's academic knowledge, problem solving skills, and the job-specific skill sets that today’s business and industry both want and need to remain competitive and increase their profitability.

Resources
  2015 - 2016 Policy & Procedures Guidebook (6-22-15)
  Summary of Perkins Core Indicator Performance By College (2014-2015 reporting year)
  Omni Circular
  OMB Slides 1-23-14
  OCTAE Guidance Ability to Benefit, June 1, 2015
  Alabama Economic Outlook 2014
 Data Access & Exchange (DAX) System
Perkins Reporting and budgeting Forms - Reporting and fiscal years 2015-2016
Perkins Reporting Documentation
  2015 Perkins Report Documentation (Updated 6-3-15)
  2015 College Perkins Report I (Core Indicators 1P1, 2P1, 3P1)
  2015 College Perkins Report II (Core Indicators 4P1, 5P1, 5P2)
 
Perkins Budget Documentation
 
Perkins Monitoring Documentation
 2015-2016 Perkins Monitoring Checklist (1-26-16)
PERKINS Guidance
  Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR)
  Guidance for Using Perkins Funds for Meals
  Required and Allowable Uses for Perkins Funds
  Perkins IV Non-regulatory Guidance - 4/13/2007
  Perkins IV Non-regulatory Guidance - 5/28/2009
  Perkins IV Non-regulatory Guidance - 4/22/15
  Memorandum #2014-LGL-053 - Reporting of Disabilities to DPE through DAX System