Preparing, Training, and Recruiting Licensed Teachers, Principals, and Other School Leaders Grant
- The current law allows LEAs to use funds for activities under Well Rounded Education such as English, reading/language arts, writing, science, technology, engineering, mathematics, foreign languages, civics and government, economics, arts, history, geography, computer science, music, environmental education, career and technical education, health, and physical education.
- LEAs will be required to develop and submit a consolidated ESSA plan to DPI.
- The LEA plans require consultation with all stakeholders including teachers, administrators, parents, and private school staff.
- Quick Reference Guide to eligible/non-eligible expenditures.
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Education Leadership Development Opportunity (ELDO) Grant - The grant will provide Title IIA funds to awarded projects that work to establish a sturdy principal "pipeline" (i.e., a system to produce a large and steady supply of effective school leaders. The pipelines would, ideally, have four strong, interlocking parts: standards, high-quality training, selective hiring, and leader evaluation/on-the-job support.
Monthly Webinar Series: How to Use Title II-A Funds
In collaboration with Wisconsin districts, DPI will host monthly webinars where district staff share local strategies for the implementation of Title II in their districts. We encourage you to attend these webinars and learn more about the use of funds in public and private schools. We also encourage you to share your experience in implementing Title II with others in future webinars. Interested in sharing your experience implementing Title IIA in future webinars? Questions about joining the event?
Contact Scott Prinster at email@example.com.
Next Event - March 25, 2021 at 11:00am-12:00pm (connection link details will be emailed to registrants near the event date)
Cudahy School District's Story
Join Karen Savaglia from the Cudahy School District as she shares the successes and challenges of implementing Title II-A programs, followed by a Q&A session.
Those who registered for the previous webinar series events are already pre-registered and do not need to re-register to attend this event. The webinar link will be shared by email near the date of the event.
DPI is also archiving the publicly available materials shared by our webinar presenters. These videos, documents, and links are curated in the WISELearn Resources Library in the group "Title II Webinar Series." You may create an account on WISELearn to access these and other valuable teaching resources. If you are having trouble difficulty accessing the webinar materials, please contact Scott Prinster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who do I contact with Title II-A questions?
Please contact Abdallah Bendada at email@example.com with any comments or questions.