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    Non Public Schools Federal Programs

    Title 1 - Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantages

     
     Under Title I, Local Education Agencies (LEAs) are required to provide services for eligible private school students, as well as eligible public school students. In particular, section 1120 of Title I, Part A of the ESSA, requires a participating LEA to provide eligible children attending private elementary and secondary schools, their teachers, and their families with Title I services or other benefits that are equitable to those provided to eligible public school children, their teachers, and their families. These services must be developed in consultation with officials of the private schools. The Title I services provided by the LEA for private school participants are designed to meet their educational needs and supplement the educational services provided by the private school. For additional information on services to eligible private school children, see the U.S. Department of Education Office of Non-Public Education website or contact your Non Public School Principal.
     
     

    Title II, Part A – Improving Teacher Quality

     

    Title II, Part A combines the Eisenhower Professional Development State Grants and Class-Size Reduction programs into one program that focuses on preparing, training, and recruiting highly qualified teachers.  Professional Development activities may include:
    • Improving the knowledge of teachers, principals, and other educational personnel in one or more of the core academic subjects and in effective instructional teaching strategies, methods, and skills;
    • Training in effectively integrating technology into curricula and instruction;
    • Training in how to teach students with different needs;
    • Training in methods of improving student behavior, identifying early and appropriate interventions, and involving parents more effectively in their children's education;
    • Leadership development and management training to improve the quality of principals and superintendents; and
    • Training in the use of data and assessments to improve instruction and student outcomes.
     
     

     

Last Modified on December 13, 2016