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  1. State & Federal Programs Cooperative
    The State and Federal Programs Support Cooperative provides guidance and support to State and Federal Programs Managers to ensure schools operate in accordance with program guidelines.  Cooperative members have access to a wide array of direct services, technical assistance and professional development to help them develop, monitor, and evaluate program and fiscal compliance requirements.  Members also have opportunity to receive job-embedded assistance in completing applications, amendments, compliance reports, and other documentation associated with state and federal funding.

  2. ESSA Compliance Requirements and Federal Programs Director Meeting (Title I, Parts A & C, Title III, & CTE)
    ESSA coordinated program information (Title I, Parts A & C, & Title III) held biannually in the fall & spring. Updated information and networking time will be provided to allow Federal Program Directors an opportunity to gain knowledge and share best practices related to ESSA programming.

  3. Joint Instructional Leadership Cooperative and State & Federal Programs Cooperative

    The State & Federal Programs Support Cooperative provides guidance and support to State and Federal Programs Managers to ensure schools operate in accordance with program guidelines. Cooperative members have access to a wide array of direct services, technical assistance and professional development to help them develop, monitor, and evaluate program and fiscal compliance requirements. Members also have an opportunity to receive job-embedded assistance in completing applications, amendments, compliance reports, and other documentation associated with state and federal funding.

    The Instructional Leadership Cooperative (ILC) will provide opportunities for instructional leaders to gain or expand skills to be effective on their campus. The ILC will offer monthly meetings (seven per year) to share in-depth and timely information for critical issues, training, as well as networking opportunities for attendees. Membership in the co-op also grants access to other services and training opportunities at discounted fees. Additionally, optional packages may be selected for purchase as outlined on subsequent pages.


  4. The Monthly Monitor: Updates for State & Federal Programs

    The Monthly Monitor provides current information for program staff responsible for oversight of federal and state requirements. Webinar-based meetings include relevant and timely information on topics related to program and fiscal compliance and other related items. Meetings also provide opportunities for participants to network with other state and federal program staff within the region.


  5. High School to Higher Education
    High School to Higher Education:  60x30TX and CCMR Strategy and Implementation Workshop targets educators focused on postsecondary readiness and success including: CCMR, middle school and high school counselors, CTE specialists, administrators, higher education,  and community-based organizations.  We will provide examples of how to implement an advising framework to support better alignment of secondary and post-secondary advising strategies, review  common metrics to measure implementation results and develop a collaborative postsecondary advising framework to sustain the work at the practice level of schools.

  6. Meeting the Needs of Special Populations in CTE Programs
    As high school populations become more heterogeneous, situations arise that make it challenging to teach all students according to the same high standards. This webinar provides CTE educators with a variety of best practices and instructional strategies for engaging and educating a wide range of students, including students classified as at-risk, students with a disability, LEP and other disadvantaged or nontraditional students.

  7. CTE Networking Meeting

    This meeting is to encourage networking between CTE district representatives, including teachers, CTE directors, Federal Program Directors and/or Junior and High administrators with members of the community, higher education and industry partners.

    Major objectives include:

    • Ensuring alignment between high school and higher education and high school to the workforce pipelines
    • Addressing high school programs of study, graduation requirements, endorsements, and accountability
    • Making connections between local labor market data and business and industry partners and institutions of higher education

  8. Perkins Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment
    The federal Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, known as Perkins V, requires LEAs to conduct a comprehensive local needs assessment (CLNA) to guide their local applications. This workshop will focus on the six required areas of focus and steps for completing this assessment. 


209 North Water St.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401-2528
phone: (361)561-8400 fax:(361)883-3442