Oregon Department of Education

Postsecondary CTE Data Collection and Reporting

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CTE Logo Oregon schools and community colleges are required to report enrollment and performance data on students who complete courses in state-approved career and technical education (CTE) and on state-approved CTE programs. The data is received by state secondary or postsecondary data collection systems and is compiled, analyzed and reported to the U.S. Department of Education to fulfill federal grant requirements (Perkins). The information is also used for program improvement, resource allocations, policy development, reports to the Oregon State Board of Education or to the legislature, and by state and college personnel and for educational research.

The web pages and resources linked here provide guidance, resources, and information to assist secondary schools and community colleges in collecting, preparing, and reporting high quality CTE data.

Performance and Accountab...

Performance and Accountability

Consolidated Annual Reports (CAR) to USDOE

Perkins IV CTE Performance Measurement - PS MS-Word
Data Collections and Repo...

Data Collections and Reports

CTE PS Performance Report (Traffic Light) 2014 - 2015 PDF

CTE PS Performance Report (Traffic Light) 2013 - 2014 PDF

CTE PS Performance Report (Traffic Light) 2012-2013 PDF

CTE PS Performance Report (Traffic Light) 2011 - 2012 Excel Spreadsheet

OCCURS - Oregon Community College Unified Reporting System

OCCURS Data Submission Schedule 2012 - 2013 PDF

OCCURS User Manual/Data Dictionary

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