Whiteville City Schools CTE Local Needs Assessment - Parent Survey
Career & Technical Education is now operating under new federal legislation, the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (or Perkins V). Part of Perkins V requires CTE programs to conduct a local needs assessment to determine areas of strength and areas in need of growth/improvement. As a major stakeholder in Whiteville City Schools' Career & Technical Education, your input is essential and invaluable. Please be honest, and please provide feedback, comments, suggestions, etc.

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In which school(s) do you have a child enrolled? Please check all that apply. *
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What is your recommendation to promote/advertise the courses and credentials offered by Whiteville City Schools Career & Technical Education (WCS CTE)? *
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Based on your experience, are there students who want to enroll in CTE programs who are unable to do so? If so, why? *
Your answer
What can WCS CTE do to remove the barriers that keep students from enrolling in our programs? *
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Do you and your child(ren) meet face-to-face with school counselors to make course selections for the upcoming school year? *
If you do meet face-to-face with school counselors to complete course registration, are you provided with recommendations for course selections, based on your child(ren)’s career interests? *
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How are you made aware of local, regional, and/or state high wage, high skill, and in-demand occupations? *
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How are you made aware of the Career Pathway Programs of Study offered by Whiteville City Schools Career & Technical Education? *
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How are you made aware of extended learning opportunities in WCS CTE (ie. work-based learning, credentialing, articulation, Career & College Promise, etc.)? *
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