CTEIG and Perkins Funding

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Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (CTEIG)

 Create, maintain, expand, CTE pathways

"The California Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (CTEIG) is a state education, economic, and workforce development initiative with the goal of providing pupils in kindergarten and grades 1 to 12, inclusive, with the knowledge and skills necessary to transition to employment and postsecondary education. Through a competitive process, $900 million in grants are provided by the California Department of Education to local educational agencies (LEAs) over a period of three years (2016-2019) to create, expand and maintain CTE Pathways." (Description from the California Department of Education)

Orange County's 2018-2019 CTEIG Funding Allocation

Large B Category: 1101-2500 ADA
Number
​CDS Code
​Local Education Agency
​Preliminary Allocation
​1
30665550000000
​Laguna Beach Unified
​$221,360
​2
3040063​0000000
North Orange County ROP​$519,333​
Large C Category: 2501 < ADA
​Number
​CDS Code
​Local Education Agency
​Preliminary Allocation
​1
30664310000000
​Anaheim Union 
$1,608,315
​2
30664490000000
​Brea-Olinda Unified
$409,294
​3
30664640000000
​Capistrano Unified
​$1,684,514
​4
30741200000000
​Coastline ROP
​$457,536
​5
30665140000000
​Fullerton Joint Union
​$500,000
​6
30665220000000
​Garden Grove Unified
​$1,259,585
​7
30665480000000
​Huntington Beach Union
​$824,081
​8
30736500000000
​Irvine Unified
​$403,876
​9
30739240000000
​Los Alamitos Unified
​$233,464
​10
30665970000000
​Newport Mesa Unified
​$200,000
​11
30103060000000
​Orange County Dept. of Education
​$286,158
​12
30666210000000
​Orange Unified
​$622,544
​13
30666470000000
​Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified
​$720,241
​14
30736350000000
​Saddleback Valley Unified
​$373,794
​15
30666700000000
​Santa Ana Unified
​$1,232,784
16
30736430000000
​Tustin Unified
​$692,624
Total CTEIG Allocation for Orange County: $12,249,503

Click here to be redirected to CDE's CTEIG page for additional information.


Perkins V Funding

"Federal act established to improve career-technical education programs, integrate academic and career-technical instruction, serve special populations, and meet gender equity needs." (Description from the California Department of Education)

Click here to be redirected to CDE's Perkins page for additional information.