Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006

Career and Technical Education focuses on exploration of the self in relation to the world of work. Students discover their interests, talents, abilities, and the niches where their talents and abilities might best be used. Career and Technical Education also equips students with research skills to enable them to form a realistic picture of job opportunities. In essence, Career and Technical Education brings greater satisfaction and relevance to career choices. Career & Technical Education better prepares students for all post-high school opportunities. Whether moving on to further education, training or employment, every Wisconsin student moves through curriculum-based career awareness, exploration, planning and preparation leading to a realistic individualized career plan which is compatible with the student's abilities, aptitudes and interests.

Roselynn Bittorf
Grant Specialist
Phone: 608-266-3922

Denise Byrd
Office Operations Associate
Phone: 608-267-2274

What's New in Carl Perkins?

Know Your Perkins  - The game show that takes Perkins questions to the street to quiz random participants.

Guidance for Carl Perkins Expenditures
Carl Perkins Fiscal Information

The following videos provide technical assistance for completing the different sections of the Carl Perkins application.


  • POS Listing/Description:

  • Budget:

  • Operational Plan and Rationale:




Program Information Resources Associations


End-of-Year Reports

2015-2016 Applications


2015-2016 Grant Award Allocations 



State Accountability Process


Career Clusters and Pathways

Carl Perkins Directories


State Plan

Equity and Special Populations

CTE Standards for a Quality Program

CTSO Non-Regulatory Guidance (Federal)


CTE Education Network

Networking Organizations

Teacher Licensing

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For questions about this information, contact Denise Byrd (608) 267-2274