The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Spring Data Collection began March 1, 2019 and ends April 30, 2019. This AIM collection asks schools to identify all 12th grade high school students who were enrolled at any point during the current 2018-2019 school year who meet the definition of a CTE Concentrator. CTE Concentrators are 12th graders who have earned three (3) or more credits in any CTE program in any combination during their years of high school. Currently, enrolled CTE courses count towards credits earned. CTE Concentrators must have the `CTE Concentrator’ box checked and an `Area of Concentration’ entered into the AIM/Infinite Campus data system. If the student has a child or shares the parenting of a child, the `Single Parent’ box should also be marked. High schools who receive funding from the Carl D. Perkins federal grant program must complete this CTE Spring Data Collection.

Instructions for completing the CTE Spring Data Collection can be found on the AIM webpage as well as inside the `Data Collections’ tab on the CTE webpage located at this link:

Spring CTE Data Collection Guide

Questions regarding this data collection should be directed to the AIM Helpdesk at 1-877-424-6681 or send an email to: Questions regarding CTE programs and/or the Carl D. Perkins federal grant program should be directed to TJ Eyer at 406-444-7915 or email him at:

Thank you so much for all you do from everyone at the Career and Technical Education Division of The Office of Public Instruction.