Consortium formation and characteristics under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Act of 2006
This study profiles the status of consortia formation (required for Perkins grant applicants who do not qualify for a minimum basic grant amount) across states, how and why consortia are formed and operate, and the outcomes they achieve in a representative sample of states. This study includes phase 1 activities and will quantify the number of consortia existing within states, the characteristics and financing of these units, and the state policies governing their formation. Phase 2 activities, funded under task 2.1, will profile consortia operations within a group of up to five specific states using case studies and interviews with state agencies and partnerships.
Staklis, S., & Klein, S. (2014). Consortium formation and characteristics under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Act of 2006. National Center for Innovation in Career and Technical Education, U.S. Department of Education.