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Ohio Career-Technical Planning District (CTPD)

Definition

A career-technical planning district (CTPD) is a local education agency configuration (comprehensive district, compact/contract district or joint vocational school district) that meets the minimum requirements of law and subsequent standards to offer state sanctioned career-technical programming.
 
  Compact/Contract District One form of a CTPD, or legal entity through which career-technical programs are delivered. It is an area in which a number of school districts enter into a contract of operation to provide career-technical education.
 
  Comprehensive District One form of a CTPD, or legal entity through which career-technical programs are delivered. It is one that has 1,500 or more students and offers career-technical education in career centers and/or at existing high schools in the district.
 
  Joint Vocational School District (JVSD) One form of a CTPD, or legal entity through which career-technical programs are delivered. It is an area which serves two or more adjacent school districts and is governed by a joint vocational school board consisting of representatives from the participating districts.
   

 

 

 

Updated Tuesday, June 07, 2005 10:23 AM

 
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