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Title I & ESEA Support

The purpose of Title I is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and State academic assessments.


Services

  • A data-driven program of events and training opportunities are planned yearly through requirements outlined in ESC TEA Federal Applications and input solicited from LEAs.

     

    Services include:

    • Dissemination of Title I information and resources
    • NCLB consolidated application and compliance report training
    • ESSA updates and information
    • Private non-profit school participation information and reporting
    • Alignment with TCDSS Support (PBMAS, Focus & Priority Grants)
    • Alignment with Div. of Accred. & School Support expectations
    • Homeless/McKinney Vento information and resources
    • School climate
    • State Capacity Building Initiative information resources
    • Networking opportunities for Title I principals/administrators
    • Federal program intervention/validation processes
    • Comprehensive needs assessment information and resources
    • Campus improvement planning information and resources
    • Parent/Community Engagement Statewide Initiative information
    • Federal Flexibility information and resources
    • Parent involvement, requirements, policies, compacts and campus planning
    • Co-op members receive all the benefits of our NCLB/ESEA LEA Support with additional cost-effective services in two support levels. Our knowledgeable and dedicated staff will take the guesswork out of NCLB/ESEA compliance and report preparation.

       

      Membership Level Benefits:

      Level 1:

      • Personalized, targeted technical assistance and training

       

      Level 2:

      • Personalized, targeted technical assistance and training
        Provision of data collection tools and on-site federal program meetings to complete and submit NCLB Consolidated Application and Compliance Reports
      • Grant support and monitoring, including amendment
        submission as needed
  • Training opportunities and technical assistance is provided in conjunction with the Texas Homeless Education Office (THEO) as required in ESC Title I, Part A Federal Application and through input solicited from Region 12 LEAs to determine needs for ongoing federal requirements.

     

    Services include:

    • Technical assistance through ESC Homeless Liaison
    • Ongoing dissemination of federal homeless program information
    • Homeless Liaison training and support
    • Federal Program network meetings (2/year minimum)
    • NCLB Initial Compliance review indicators as they pertain to homeless
    • Networking opportunities for Title I principals, administrators, Homeless Liaisons, counselors and PEIMS personnel
    • Technical assistance for federal and state compliance

     

    Texas Homeless Education Office

  • The ESC Region 12 provides support and assistance through technical assistance and up-to-date professional development with a focus on federal compliance and assisting LEAs in building parent involvement capacity. Training opportunities are planned yearly through requirements outlined in the ESC NCLB School Support Federal Application and through input solicited from Region 12 Local Education Agencies (LEA) to determine needs for ongoing federal requirements. Information dissemination, training, technical assistance, and networking opportunities are provided.

    Services include:

    • On-going dissemination of federal program information as it relates to parent involvement
    • Professional Development to include: Title I, Part A Parent Involvement Requirements; Parent Involvement Policies and Parent/Student Compacts; and Campus Planning
    • Federal Program Network meetings (2/year – minimum)
    • Networking Opportunities for Title I Principals/Administrators
    • Federal program validation processes for parent involvement policies

Program Contacts


Title I/ESEA

Ellen Hogan

ehogan@esc12.net

(254) 297-1195


Parental Involvement and Homeless

Amberly Walker

awalker@esc12.net

(254) 297-1251

 

State Allotments Conference

Session #114141

Feb. 7, 2017 | 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

 

 

 

 


 

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