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The Wisconsin Guide

One of the most significant changes introduced in the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V) is the new requirement that local applicants conduct a comprehensive local needs assessment (CLNA) and update it at least every two years.

This Wisconsin Guide for Conducting the Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment provides an overview of how to get started on the local needs assessment and helps to translate the language of the law into concrete, actionable steps for conducting a rigorous local needs assessment that meets Perkins V requirements.

Wisconsin Guide for Conducting the Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment

General Resources

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For additional questions, please go to the Frequently Asked Questions: Perkins V page.