Career and Technical Education (CTE) Student Reporting Procedures Guides

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These student reporting procedures guides are the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) official guides for PowerSchool data entry and reporting. Data from schools are collected annually to meet state and federal requirements. It is critical that data reported to the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) be complete and accurate. State and school district funding are affected by the data submitted. School districts, high schools, and career centers must collaborate and communicate to review data at the local level before submitting data to the SCDE.

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    2023-24 Career and Technical Education (CTE) student reporting procedures guide
    (2023-05-31) State Department of Education. Office of Career and Technical Education
    This student reporting procedures guide is the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) official guide for PowerSchool data entry and reporting. Data from schools are collected annually to meet state and federal requirements. It is critical that data reported to the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) be complete and accurate. State and school district funding are affected by the data submitted. School districts, high schools, and career centers must collaborate and communicate to review data at the local level before submitting data to the SCDE.
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    2022-23 Career and Technical Education (CTE) student reporting procedures guide
    (2022-05-18) State Department of Education. Office of Career and Technical Education
    This student reporting procedures guide is the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) official guide for PowerSchool data entry and reporting. Data from schools are collected annually to meet state and federal requirements. It is critical that data reported to the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) be complete and accurate. State and school district funding are affected by the data submitted. School districts, high schools, and career centers must collaborate and communicate to review data at the local level before submitting data to the SCDE.
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    2021-22 Career and Technical Education (CTE) student reporting procedures guide
    (2021-08-23) State Department of Education. Office of Career and Technical Education
    This student reporting procedures guide is the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) official guide for PowerSchool data entry and reporting. Data from schools are collected annually to meet state and federal requirements. It is critical that data reported to the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) be complete and accurate. State and school district funding are affected by the data submitted. School districts, high schools, and career centers must collaborate and communicate to review data at the local level before submitting data to the SCDE.
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    2020-21 Career and Technical Education (CTE) student reporting procedures guide
    (2020-08-17) State Department of Education. Office of Career and Technical Education
    This student reporting procedures guide is the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) official guide for PowerSchool data entry and reporting. Data from schools are collected annually to meet state and federal requirements. It is critical that data reported to the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) be complete and accurate. State and school district funding are affected by the data submitted. School districts, high schools, and career centers must collaborate and communicate to review data at the local level before submitting data to the SCDE.
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    2019-20 Career and Technical Education (CTE) student reporting procedures guide
    (2020-02-13) State Department of Education. Office of Career and Technical Education
    This student reporting procedures guide is the Office of Career and Technical Education (OCTE) official guide for PowerSchool data entry and reporting. Data from schools are collected annually to meet state and federal requirements. It is critical that data reported to the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) be complete and accurate. State and school district funding are affected by the data submitted. School districts, high schools, and career centers must collaborate and communicate to review data at the local level before submitting data to the SCDE.