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Oregon CTE State Plan

The Oregon Career and Technical Education (CTE) State Plan

The Oregon CTE State Plan is a high level, four-year strategic plan that integrates state and federal priorities into an implementation plan for the "Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act" (commonly known as Perkins V). Leveraging ongoing partnerships across the state, the CTE State Plan identifies actionable strategies to ensure high-quality learning that is accessible to all learners in Oregon.

The Oregon CTE State Plan calls for the formation of a Statewide Advisory Council to provide ongoing advice, guidance, and feedback on the strategies and progress being made throughout the implementation of the State Plan and its goals.

The Oregon CTE State Plan was adopted by the State Board of Education at their meeting on March 19, 2020.

CTE State Plan and Appendices

Oregon CTE State Plan — Revised August 2022

CTE State Plan Reflections - 2021-2022

Previous Versions


These documents were part of the original submission and are included here for reference purposes.


For further information, please contact Jennell Ives.