Local educator picked for state team

COLUMBUS - Local educators are among 100 individuals chosen to provide input for the Ohio career-technical and adult education five-year plan as members of one of five teams: Accountability/ evaluation, financial requirements, program administration, special populations and tech prep. May 7 was the rollout of the work in downtown Columbus, with EHOVE assistant director Joyce Brouman serving on the special populations external team.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

COLUMBUS  - Local educators are among 100 individuals chosen to provide input for the Ohio career-technical and adult education five-year plan as members of one of five teams: Accountability/ evaluation, financial requirements, program administration, special populations and tech prep.

May 7 was the rollout of the work in downtown Columbus, with EHOVE assistant director Joyce Brouman serving on the special populations external team.

All states, including Ohio, are required by the federal Carl D. Perkins Act of 2006 to develop five-year plans for career-technical and adult education systems with a spring 2008 deadline for submission to the U.S. Department of Education. The Ohio work is being coordinated by the Office of Career-Technical and Adult Education, Ohio Department of Education (ODE), in collaboration with the Ohio Board of Regents.