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CPG TA Sessions Resources and Recordings

Career Pathways Grant (CPG): Technical Assistance (TA) for New Credentials  

On May 29, 2020, the United States Department of Education (USED) approved the Michigan 4-year State Plan, covering Fiscal Years (FY) 2020-23, to implement the requirements of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education (CTE) Act of 2006, as amended by the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V).  Michigan is required to implement postsecondary recognized credentials for each CTE state-approved program. 

In 2020-2021,?Career Pathways Grant (CPG) recipients worked with teachers and employers to identify credentials for seven state-approved CTE programs.  Each CPG team recommended credentials which were vetted through the Michigan Department of Education CTE quality checklist.  Each credential is aligned to the specific CTE standards within a high-quality CTE program of study.? Educators and school administrators will be introduced to these credentials through several Technical Assistance (TA) sessions.  

Competency-Based Education for all seven CIP Codes 

Introducing new industry credentials for CIP 46.0301, Electrical & Power

Introducing new credentials for CIP 52.0299, Business Administration, Management & Operations

Introducing new and updated industry credentials for CIP 47.0604, Automotive Technology

Introducing new industry credentials for CIP 46.0000, Construction Trades 

Introducing new and updated industry credentials for CIP 51.0000, Health Sciences

Introducing new industry credentials for CIP 13.0000, Education, General 

Introducing new industry credentials for CIP 12.0400, Cosmetology

Q & A with Education Consultant for all seven CIP Codes

  • Dates: June 8, 10 and 17, 2021 

 Instructional Design Collaboration for all seven CIP Codes

  • To access a recording of this event, click here

The Michigan Perkins V state plan for career?and technical education supports Michigan's Top 10 Strategic Education Plan to: 

  • Improve the health, safety, and wellness of all learners 
  • Expand secondary learning opportunities for all students 
  • Increase the percentage of all students who graduate from high school 
  • Provide adequate and equitable school funding 

Please direct questions regarding the new credentials developed under the CPG to