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Teacher Quality - Title II-A
Title II-A - Guidance
Title II-A - Guidance
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
Title IIA Technical Assistance for 2013-14 – Make Your Appointment Today!
This page provides guidance regarding implementation of Title II-A and highly qualified teacher (HQT) requirements.
Planning for 2013-14 Submissions
The webinar that was held on May 22, 2013 outlined the requirements for IIA applications (including examples), discussed allowable activities and equitable services to private schools, and discussed the timeline for 2013-14 submissions and the technical assistance available.
This PPT was presented at the webinar that took place on May 22, 2013.
USDE Equitable Services Webinar
This webinar, presented on May 29th, addressed the obligations of (SEAs and LEAs in providing for the equitable participation of private school teachers in Title II, Part A programs. Topics included: the requirements of LEAs to conduct timely and meaningful consultation about Title II, Part A and the participation of private school teachers; expenditures for equitable services; the delivery of equitable services; allowable program activities; and frequently-asked Title II, Part A questions.
Allowable Activities - Title II A and Educator Effectiveness Systems
03/19/2013 (303.48 KB)
Allowable Activities – Title II A and CCSS
06/21/2013 (303.75 KB)
Title II, Part A Budget Narrative Instructions
06/25/2013 (772.37 KB)
This information is intended to help district personnel complete the Title II, Part A section of the Budget Narrative for federal funding.
Title I Paraprofessionals Non-Regulatory Guidance
Highly Qualified Teachers and Improving Quality State Grants Non-Regulatory Guidance
08/15/2005 (485.58 KB)
Title II-A Updated Non-Regulatory Guidance
NCLB Flexibility: Highly Qualified Teachers
Title II-A Private School Equitable Participation Guidelines
12/29/2006 (52.48 KB)
Title II-A Equitable Service Worksheet
10/01/2013 (45.50 KB)
Operations - Ed. Specialist, Title I-A & Title VI B
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