Career and Technical Education (CTE) is supported financially through federal and state funding sources. These various monetary resources assist schools with implementing CTE curriculum, maintaining CTE operations, starting new programs, ensuring student safety, and providing work-based learning opportunities for students.

Perkins V

Perkins V is the primary source of federal funding that supports career and technical education programs. Perkins funds may be used to promote career exploration, provide professional development opportunities, purchase CTE equipment, technology, and instructional materials, etc.

Civil Rights

The Office of Technical & Adult Education works with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) to ensure West Virginia students are provided equal access to CTE programs and activities.

Civil Rights Methods of Administration

Accessibility Standards