Federal Programs
Title I Support
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Title I 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
    • ESSA consolidated application and compliance report training
    • ESSA updates and information
    • Private non-profit school participation information and reporting
    • RDA
    • 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 ESSA/LEA Support with additional cost-effective services in two support levels. Our knowledgeable and dedicated staff will take the guesswork out of ESSA compliance and report preparation.

       

      Membership Benefits:

      • Personalized, targeted technical assistance and training
      • Grant support and monitoring services, including assistance with ESSA Consolidated Application, Compliance Reports and amendments 
  • Training opportunities and technical assistance are provided in conjunction with the Texas Education for Homeless Children and Youth (TEHCY) 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 and state McKinney-Vento guidance, materials, and resources 
    • Homeless Liaison training and support through Federal Program network meetings (2 per year minimum) 
    • ESSA Initial Compliance review indicators as they pertain to McKinney-Vento students
    • 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.

     

    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, ESSA, Family Engagement

 

Ellen Hogan

ehogan@esc12.net

(254) 297-1195

 

 

Dwan Pickens

dpickens@esc12.net

(254) 297-1283

 

Upcoming Sessions Click on the session number to register.

 

 

Parent and Family Engagement Requirements

Session #204229

Sept. 29, 2020 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.


 

Federal Program Directors' Meeting

Session #204233

Oct. 1, 2020 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

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