Perkins Statewide Articulation Agreement

The SOAR: Articulation for Advanced Transfers Agreement is made possible if post-secondary institutions assigned to Perkins and Pennsylvania high schools that offer SOAR programs accept the conditions set out in the State Joints Perkins Agreement. This agreement outlines the terms and conditions of agreement between secondary and post-secondary institutions and qualifications for students that allow students to obtain post-secondary credentials that result in a post-secondary or associate degree or certificate recognized in the sector. The North Carolina Comprehensive Liaison Agreement (CAA) is a national agreement for the transfer of credits between N.C. Community Colleges and N.C Public Universities. The articulation agreement on these pages is between high schools and community schools. In addition to this national articulation agreement, local articulation agreements can be developed to build strong partnerships between high schools and individual community colleges. These local articulation agreements respond to new and emerging industries, provide unique programs for the region, and add additional articulation courses and directions at the local level that are not included in the government agreement. Updates to the articulation agreement begin with recommendations from state program advisors from both agencies. Then, under the direction of 58 Community College Chief Officers, Community Colleges and LEAs in their field of service evaluate potential course matches. These teams review course descriptions, training project projects, post-secondary programs, secondary standards and the performance of post-secondary students. Courses with a significant match are recommended to be included in the articulation agreement. This articulation agreement builds on the 1999 and 2005 articulation agreements.

This agreement recognizes the transition from high school to teaching and evaluation of CTE courses with Bloom`s Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching and Assessing. When conducting research, a student chooses a desired year of study and completion. Once the research is complete, the results displayed will indicate which institutions offer credits for the specific study program in alphabetical order. Similar courses and credits awarded by each institution are also displayed. Select View details to see more information about the specific articulation. Students should contact their head of school for assistance in presenting these additional documents. Qualified SOAR students can apply for credits up to 3 years after the bachelor`s degree. How to accept SOAR secondary education programs in post-secondary schools During the review period, when field tests and revised curriculum guides are implemented, national post-asse scores are unavailable. To grant articulation credits, LEAs must do the following. Due to the impact of COVID-19, CTE assessments were not conducted in the spring of 2020, and perhaps not in the fall of 2020 and spring 2021. The test score requirement for the students concerned is not in place. See the may 2020 and October 2020 memos.

To qualify for the SOAR program after secondary school, a student must: If you are a vocational and higher education student, use the following resources to learn more about the registration information needed to qualify for an SOAR program credit. Map of Career and Technology Centers and Sending School Districts This map is only used for reference purposes.