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EDUCATION CODE
SECTION 8006-8008



8006.  (a) There is, in the State Department of Education a career
technical education staff responsible for the design, implementation,
and maintenance of a basic integrated statewide information system
for career technical education and technical training. The Board of
Governors of the California Community Colleges shall collect and
maintain information related to career technical education and
technical training within the California Community Colleges for
inclusion within the integrated statewide information system.
   (b) The data gathering and analysis capabilities of the system
described in subdivision (a) shall include, but not be limited to,
maintaining comprehensive inventory of all programs of all career
technical education and technical training programs which are
maintained by the public schools.



8007.  The State Department of Education and the Board of Governors
of the California Community Colleges shall submit the following
reports each year to the Legislature:
   (a) An annual descriptive report containing information on career
technical education and technical training programs, including
regional occupational centers and programs. The report shall be
coordinated with federal evaluation requirements pursuant to Section
113 of Title I of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical
Education Act of 1998 (P.L. 105-332; 20 U.S.C. Sec. 2323) and shall
contain all of the following:
   (1) Enrollment defined in terms of secondary pupils, postsecondary
students, and adults.
   (2) The number of graduates of programs and students participating
in career technical education.
   (3) The number of pupils participating in career technical
education.
   (4) The number of pupils completing a specific career technical
education program.
   (5) The number of pupils in grade 12 that complete a career
technical education program.
   (6) The number of pupils in grade 12 that complete a career
technical education program and earn a high school diploma.
   (b) An annual individual program evaluation derived from a
representative sample of participating districts and schools
containing information on program effectiveness as measured by:
   (1) The extent to which persons who complete the program find
employment in occupations related to their training.
   (2) Other factors as determined in Budget Act language pursuant to
Section 33404.
   (c) A copy of the annual state plan for career technical
education.



8008.  The system provided for in Section 8006, within the State
Department of Education, shall be designed, implemented, and
maintained in accordance with Chapter 7 (commencing with Section
10600) of Part 7.