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Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 Basic Grant 2009-2013 Request for Applications

Perkins Supported APS Program of Studies (POS)

Based on the 16 National Career Clusters and Pathways

Carl D. Perkins IV

Career and Technical Education Federal Grant

The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins IV) assists schools in developing a comprehensive system of Career and Technical Education.  Through the implementation of the 5-Year State Plan under Perkins IV, APS seeks continued improvement in Career and Technical Education programs by deploying the framework for 21st century learning using the Career Clusters Initiative (CCI) framework.  The 21st Century Learning Framework identifies a unified, collective vision to strengthen American education.  The key elements of 21st Century Learning are 1) student outcomes: Life and Career Skills, Learning and Innovation Skills, Information, Media, and Technology Skills and 2) support systems: Standards and Assessments, Curriculum and Instruction, Professional Development and Learning Environments.

This schematic provides rigorous combinations of core academic and career support course work as the guiding principles; Program of Study development  supports the student in meeting  graduation requirements while simultaneously emphasizing 21st century themes such as global awareness; financial economic, business and entrepreneurial literacy; civic and health literacy. The APS Perkins IV grant supports the following qualifying schools.

Program of Study by School

SchoolPOS#Program of Study (POS)2009-20102010-20112011-20122012-2013
Albuquerque High School 2 General Business X X    
3 Construction Technologies
(changed from CAD-Engineering)
X X  
4 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts)   New  
Atrisco Heritage Academy High School 5 General Business X X  
6 Audio and Video Technology and Film X X  
Cibola High School 7 Education & Training X Inactive  
Digital Arts and Technology Academy Charter School 8 General Business X X  
9 Audio and Video Technology and Film X X  
Eldorado High School 10 Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance (Automotive Technologies) X X  
11 General Business X X  
12 Construction Technologies X X  
13 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts) X X  
14 Education & Training X X  
Highland High School 15 Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance (Automotive Technologies) X X  
16 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts) X X  
17 Education & Training X X  
18 HSTW X X  
19 Design/Pre-Construction -  Architecture   New  
Manzano High School 20 General Business X X  
21 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts) X X  
22 Education & Training X X  
23 Design/Pre-Construction – Engineering X X  
New Futures High School 24 Health Informatics X X  

Rio Grande High School

25 Construction Technologies Inactive X  
26 Production (Welding) X X  
27 Design/Pre-Construction -  Architecture   New  
Sandia High School 28 General Business X X  
29 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts) X X  
30 Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance (Automotive Technologies)   New  
Valley High School 31 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts) X X  
32 Construction Technology   New  
33 Education & Training      
34 Production (Welding) X X  
35 Architecture and Drafting– Engineering X X  
Volcano Vista High School 36 Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance (Automotive Technologies) X X  
37 General Business X X  
38 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts) X X  
39 Design/Pre-Construction -  Architecture X X  
West Mesa High School 40 Facility and Mobile Equipment Maintenance (Automotive Technologies) X X  
41 General Business X X  
42 Restaurants and Food/Beverage Services (Culinary Arts) X X  
43 Lodging X Inactive  
44 Production (Welding) Inactive X  
45 Design/Pre-Construction – Engineering X X