Secondary Career Pathways Funding

Secondary Career Pathways Funding

During the 2015-2017 biennium, $8.75 million dollars has been appropriated by the Oregon Legislature to encourage the continued growth of approved Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs of Study that lead to high wage and high demand occupations. Part of these funds will be awarded in each of the two school years.  The intent of the legislation is to incentivize districts to provide high quality CTE Programs of Study for students across the state.

Career Pathways Funding Overview

Budget Worksheet

Roles and Responsibilities

Statement of Assurances

Oregon High-Wage, High-Demand, and High-Skill Occupations Oregon

 

 


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