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This page contains information designed to assist district personnel with allocations, equitable service determinations, and the completion of the Budget Narrative (Title II, Part A). Pursuant to Federal allocation formula outlined in the Non-Regulatory Guidance B-9, 95% of the state's Title II, Part A funds are sub-granted to LEAs. For further information regarding Title II, Part A, please reference ESEA Title II, Part A Non-Regulatory guidance found in the Guidance link.
This webinar outlined the requirements for IIA applications, discussed allowable activities and equitable services to private schools, and shared changes for 2019-20 impacting Title IIA.
For a link to the "May 22, 2019 Title II-A Planning for 2019-20 Submissions Webinar Recording" please email Emily Swope.
This information is intended to help district personnel complete the Title II, Part A section of the Budget Narrative for federal funding.
Effective professional development depends upon the quality of planning, implementation and evaluation. Within this guide, planning, implementation and evaluation are presented in steps with research-based information and tools and worksheets that can be used to develop a professional development plan, ensure implementation, and evaluate results.
This document developed by Learning Forward outlines the rationale and process for developing a comprehensive professional learning plan. It includes several tools that districts may find useful for data analysis and identifying prioritized needs.
This article describes four types of data and how analysis of the intersection of these data can support districts in supporting the needs of all students.
This article by Joelle Killion of Learning Forward outlines why professional learning needs must be based on student learning needs.
For more information on this topic, email Sarah Martin or call (503) 947-5668.
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