Perkins | Monitoring

Perkins V Grant Monitoring Process

The Ohio Department of Education and the Department of Higher Education are required to monitor local sub-recipients to assure compliance with fiscal and management requirements of the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V), federal and state legislation, rules regulation, and policy. The Carl D. Perkins grant monitoring process provides an opportunity to assess local performance, operations and challenges facing local recipients and whether goals and objectives were met. This informs targeted technical assistance and other activities to foster continuous improvement.

FY 2022 Monitoring Guide

FY 2022 Monitoring Timeline

Site Visit & Site Visit Report

One of the requirements of the Perkins Act is for the eligible agency (ODE/ODHE) to provide technical assistance to local eligible recipients (secondary/postsecondary).  The site visit gives the ODHE representative and the Perkins institutional representative an opportunity to review and discuss the impact of the Act on the institution.  The visits are informal and informational and recorded in a Site Visit Report template is below:

The report is completed by the ODHE representative and emailed to the institutional representative.  The site visit report is generated each time the ODHE representative visits an institution and is used for their continuous improvement


Contact Information:

Anthony M. Landis, Senior Director
College and Career Access & Success
(614) 387-1214

Jeffrey C. Gove, Director
Perkins Reporting and Compliance
(614) 752-1642

Verda McCoy, Assistant Director
Postsecondary Career Pathways
(614) 387-1020

Theresa A. Bryant MBA
Program Data Manager
College and Career Access & Success