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.
- Non-Regulatory Guidance for Title II, Part A: Building Systems of Support for Excellent Teaching and Leading
- All activities must be based on evidence of success. “Evidence-based” is defined in Non-Regulatory Guidance: Using Evidence to Strengthen Education Investments,
Monthly Webinar Series: How to Use Title II-A Funds
In collaboration with Wisconsin districts, DPI hosted monthly webinars where district staff shared local strategies for the implementation of Title II in their districts. These webinars including videos, documents, and links were 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.
Who do I contact with Title II-A questions?
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