|10/09/2015||2013-2014 ASALFS Exit Cohort Reports|
|09/28/2015||2014 High School TSI Summary Report Posted|
|09/11/2015||2013-2014 ASALFS Students Pursuing Additional Education|
|09/11/2015||2013-2014 Automated Student and Adult Learner Follow-Up System Results|
|09/09/2015||CBM Training July 2015|
As part of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006, states are required to submit data for federal core indicators of performance to the United States Department of Education/Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE) via their Consolidated Annual Reports (CAR). Each applicant is required to meet state targets within 90 percent for each core indicator. Perkins core indicator data is provided for Texas public community, state and technical colleges by gender, ethnicity and special populations. Institutions are also required to assess their core indicator performance compared to state targets and outline strategies for improvement in the Perkins Basic Grant. Additional district-level and program-level data by institution can be found at Perkins Data Resources.