Career and Technical Education Levy Web-Based Reporting System

The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Levy is a permissive levy for school districts to give extra support based, in part, on the district’s CTE expenditures. Districts submit anticipated CTE expenditures each year in the spring for the coming school year, and detailed information about actual CTE expenditures each fall for the previous school year. The dual reporting is required due to the legislative timing of the levy.

Estimated CTE expenditures for the coming school year must be submitted in the spring and actual expenditures are due each fall.

Each district may designate one individual as District User and one individual (generally the superintendent) as District Administrator to access the CTE Levy System. 

> Enter the online Career and Technical Education (CTE) Levy Reporting System
Access to Career Technical Education for students with a disability (ACTE-SPED) programs are designed for students who require curriculum modifications and other supplemental services to participate in Career and Technical Education programs. ACTE-SPED is funded similar to all other special education programs per Minnesota Statutes, section 125A.76. A student selected for this program must meet the state definition of a child with a disability (Minn. Stat. § 125A.02).

> Access to Career Technical Education for Students with a Disability

CTE Levy Web-Based Reporting System User's Guide
User's Guide for the web-based reporting system. District users and Administrators must read this document before accessing the web-based reporting system.