In all but 14 states, the Perkins grant and Career and Technical Education (CTE) planning is administered by a State Educational Agency. In Hawaiʻi, that agency is the State Board for CTE. Hawaiʻi P-20 Partnerships for Education (Hawaiʻi P-20) serves in the role of the administrative arm of the State Board, and is also referred to as the State CTE Office. Both the State Board for CTE and Hawaiʻi P-20 are placed for the purposes of state Perkins administration under the Board of Regents of the University of Hawaiʻi System. The Executive Director of Hawaiʻi P-20 serves as the State Director for CTE. Hawaiʻi P-20 assists the State Board in carrying out the purpose and provisions of the Perkins’ legislation. Additionally, Hawaiʻi P-20 collaboratively develops and revises the State of Hawaiʻi Perkins V Plan, recommends the establishment of policies for CTE, and assists the Hawaiʻi Department of Education and the University of Hawai’i Community College System in planning, coordinating, and evaluating CTE programs and activities.