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2019 Perkins V Implementation Meeting -- September has ended
Tuesday, September 17 • 2:15pm - 3:10pm
Establishing Lasting Partnerships with Tribal Communities

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Perkins V gives states a once-in-a-decade opportunity to reexamine their CTE systems, reengage the communities they serve, and secure a more equitable and prosperous future for learners in their states. Tribal communities in particular should be a core part of the Perkins V planning process, especially in Western states with large Tribal populations. In this session, presenters from North Dakota will describe how representatives of Tribal communities have been central to Perkins V and share practical lessons for stakeholder engagement.

Speakers
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Austin Estes

Senior Policy Associate, Advance CTE
In his role as Policy Associate, Austin helps Advance CTE build a community of learning by monitoring and analyzing state policies and elevating best practices through research publications, blog posts and other state resources. He also manages the Learning that Works Resource Center... Read More →
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Wayde Sick

State CTE Director, North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education
Wayde Sick is the State Director for the Department of Career and Technical Education, starting in thisposition in May 2018. Prior to starting at CTE, Mr. Sick was employed at the Department of Commerceas the Workforce Division Director. Wayde has been involved in education and workforcedevelopment... Read More →
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Mark Wagner

Assistant State Director, North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education
Mark Wagner is the Assistant State Director for the North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education.  Prior to starting his State position in 2015, Wagner served eight years as Director of the North Valley Area Career and Technology Center in Grafton, ND.  His past educational... Read More →



Tuesday September 17, 2019 2:15pm - 3:10pm
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