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Survey: Georgia State Determined CTAE Performance Levels

Section 113 of Perkins V -- the federal Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, signed into law in July 2018 -- establishes a state and local performance accountability system composed of core indicators of performance, some required by federal law and some developed by the state. These core indicators will guide state and local education agencies in measuring the success of their Career and Technical Education programs.

Georgia is seeking input from our stakeholders on the 10 core indicators that will be used to measure our progress in Career and Technical Education at the state and local levels. To complete a survey sharing your feedback, click here. 

The deadline for completing this feedback survey is December 15, 2019.

For questions about these levels, Perkins V, or other subject matter issues please contact at Georgia Department of Education. For technical or survey instrument questions please contact