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The purpose of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title II A funding is to provide grants to State educational agencies, local educational agencies, State agencies for higher education, and eligible partnerships in order to increase student academic achievement by increasing the number of highly qualified teachers, paraprofessionals, and administrators in schools and classrooms.
The Title II-A ListServ provides subscribers with useful information including program updates, clarification on legal issues, and notification of workshops, conference sessions, and trainings.
Information about Oregon's plan for increasing the number of highly qualified teachers.
Title II-A allocations for districts eligible for funding and information designed to assist district personnel with the completion of the Title II-A Budget Narrative.
Oregon partners and stakeholders are developing a comprehensive educator effectiveness system spanning the career continuum of teachers and leaders.
The purpose of all teacher professional development is to help teachers develop and apply the knowledge and skills necessary to help students learn.
A resource to assist Title II Coordinators in planning and implementation of Title II programs.
Federal guidance regarding implementation of Title II-A requirements.
This page provides guidance, resources and tools to assist districts as they work with private schools regarding federal funding.
Information and resources related to mentoring programs.
Under certain circumstances, the federal government will cancel or defer all or part of an education loan.
For more information regarding Title II-A contact Sarah Martin.
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