Conduct a Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment for Successful Students
Successfully conducting your Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment (CLNA) will not only complete your Perkins V federal funding requirement but when done well can create data-informed strategies that will build stronger programs of study and career pathways for your students.
Discussion topics include:
- How the CLNA process can help you align priorities within your district and community
- How to ensure strategic use of federal dollars
- How to increase your overall CTE program quality and equity