Joint Special Populations Advisory Committee
SPECIAL POPULATIONS REGIONAL WORKSHOP
Schedule your FREE Perkins Nontraditional, STEM & Special Populations
Why: The Perkins Act requires each school or college to work
towards continuous improvement and expansion of all CTE
programs as well as the continued improvement and
success of students from special populations.
What: Each participant will leave with a better understanding of 1)
the Perkins Act, Core Indicators & other data sets, 2)
Students from Special Populations 3) Root Causes and
Solutions for improving student success, and 4) how to
develop a plan for program improvement.
Who: Educators from K-12, Adult Education and Community
Colleges; academic & CTE educators and teachers; Perkins
IV coordinators; Counselors, CTE deans/administrators;
special populations program coordinators; Title
IX/504/equity coordinators; MESA, ESL, CARE, & CalWORKs
directors & staff; student support staff; grant writers;
institutional researchers; etc.
BOOK YOURS NOW, LIMITED FREE SLOTS AVAILABLE