Switching school districts and Career and Technical Education programs can be a challenging task for a CTE director. It’s even more difficult if your goal is to revitalize a program. It can even resemble an episode of everyone’s favorite HGTV show, “Flip or Flop”.

Where do you begin? Do you change the cabinets (courses offered)? Is that a good color of paint (curriculum)?

For a CTE director walking into a new program, there are four things to request (pull and print) and review to have a successful “flip”.  Each one serves its own purpose:

  1. School District Summary of Finance Report

  2. PEIMS October...

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About the Author:

Jennifer Edenfield is the director of Student Advancement at Bastrop Independent School District, Bastrop, Texas. Contact her at 512-772-7112 or jedenfield@bisdtx.org.