Civil Rights Compliance Review


The project is a civil rights compliance review of a high school to improve the school’s compliance with federal regulations and eliminate barriers to accessing career and technical educational (CTE) programs. The project will determine whether the school is providing equal access to CTE programs in compliance with required federal civil rights statutes and provide technical assistance to the school with developing corrective actions that will bring their CTE programs and facilities into compliance. The project is being done in two phases and at this time phase one has been completed successfully. This project is part of Katherine Page’s responsibilities as the State Methods of Administrator.

Project Type


College or School

College of Professional Studies Granite Division

Program or Major

Project Management


Spring 2022

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