OCTAE is seeking expert reviewers for the Fiscal Year 2019 competition for the Perkins Innovation and Modernization Grant Program (Perkins I and M), to be held over three consecutive weeks starting in late June and concluding in mid-July. The Perkins I and M supports efforts to identify, support, and rigorously evaluate evidence-based and innovative strategies and activities to improve and modernize career and technical education and align workforce skills with labor market needs. More information about Perkins I and M is available at https://cte.ed.gov/grants/funding-opportunities.
Who Would Be Successful Peer Reviewers of Perkins I and M Applications?
- Persons who are career and technical education (CTE) school leaders, teachers, district leaders, foundation officers, university faculty (who work with CTE), researchers, evaluators, professional development providers, or other individuals who have significant and current CTE experience and expertise at the secondary or postsecondary level.
- Persons who are interested in identifying what is new or innovative nationally in CTE, and in determining how those innovations can be successfully implemented and evaluated.
- Persons who are excellent writers, good critical thinkers, and committed to completing assigned tasks in a professional and timely manner.
If you are interested in serving as an expert reviewer for the Perkins I and M grant competition, please send your resume (maximum of 5 pages) to PerkinsIandMgrants@ed.gov by Friday, June 7.