This page is dedicated to providing technical resources for staff, faculty, and administrators of local K12 schools in San Diego and Imperial counties. 

K12 Strong Workforce Program

In summer 2018, the California legislature introduced the K12 Strong Workforce Program (K12 SWP) as an ongoing statewide funding opportunity. It is designed to support K–12 local education agencies (LEAs) in creating, improving, and expanding career technical education (CTE) courses, course sequences, programs of study, and pathways for students transitioning from secondary education to postsecondary education to living-wage employment.

K12 SWP Reporting
R4 K12 SWP 2021-2022
R2 K12 SWP 2019-2020

CTE Incentive Grant (CTEIG)

The California Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (CTEIG) is a state education, economic, and workforce development initiative with the goal of providing pupils in kindergarten through grade twelve, inclusive, with the knowledge and skills necessary to transition to employment and postsecondary education.

CTEIG General Information
CTEIG Reporting
CTE Reporting
R9 CTEIG 2023-2024
R7 CTEIG 2021-2022

UPDATES to 2021-2022 Application – Due October 13, 2021

Request for Applications Addendum I (DOCX) – CTEIG online instructions for match amendment for current applicants

Request for New Applications Addendum II (DOCX) – CTEIG online application instructions, requirements, and eligibility for new applicants with advance placement and international baccalaureate with dual enrollment CTE courses

Addendum I Match Amendment Signature Form (PDF) – CTEIG Current applicant match amendment form to be completed by current applicants


CTE Application Part I – PGMS (CA Dept of Education)




Ed Code 53070 CTEIG

CTEIG RFA Webinar 2021-22 Application




R6 CTEIG 2020-2021

Meet the Team

Each region has one K14 Technical Assistance Provider, and each Community College District has one K12 Pathway Coordinator assigned to it. In the San Diego-Imperial County region, Leslie Wisdom is the K14 Technical Assistance Provider and there are currently five K12 Pathway Coordinators (PCs). This infographic outlines the responsibilities of each role and this is the scope of work for a K12 Pathway Coordinator.