CIP Self Review Overview
What is the CIP Self-Review?
The Office of Career and Technical Education describes it this way: The CIP Self-Review is a tool developed to assist with monitoring CTE programs and help those programs to determine areas of program improvement needed.
All 54 CEPD CTE Administrators are required to review 20% of their CTE programs each year over the next five years. This process is completed and submitted to OCTE via MCCTE Navigator (http://ctenavigator.org). OCTE annually selects CTE programs to review during the TRAC cycle with a specific set of criteria. The selected programs may or may not be in the same 20% that the CEPD CTE Administrator has selected to review that year. This process exists to validate that CTE program reviews are conducted and program improvement plans developed should be utilized to strengthen and improve these CTE programs at the local level.
MICCDA members have contributed numerous examples of documentation used by various programs to provide evidence of compliance and promising practices. The MICCDA organization does not ensure the accuracy or necessity of this documentation. These are simply examples that educators and administrators can use to determine what documentation may be needed for their programs. All documents were given freely to the organization and not endorsed in any way by MICCDA.
CIP Self Review Guidelines from MDE 9/2015