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  1. ID&R/NGS Quality Control/MEP Update
    Participants will get an opportunity to revisit the Identification and Recruitment and New Generation System process. They will be provided with activities in order to emphasize areas of concern. Migrant Education Program Updates will be addressed.

  2. Statewide Service Delivery Plan
    Plan for the Texas Migrant Education Program for the delivery of MEP services to meet identified migrant-specific needs related to the Seven Areas of Concern.

  3. MEP Action Plans and Local Needs Assessment Training
    This session is designed to facilitate effective use of the Local Needs Assessment (LNA) Tool as an optional resource to strengthen local efforts in identifying, targeting and meeting migrant students and their needs. Participants will get the opportunity to review MEP Action Plans to include Priority for Service and explore their district data to be used in identifying strategies.

  4. Project SMART-Math MATTERS (Math Achievement through Technology, Teacher Education, and Research-based Strategies)
    Math MATTERS goals, measurable outcomes, and activities were designed for the most mobile students enrolled in summer programs. The overarching goal of the project is to improve the math skills of migrant students through scientifically-based instruction, technology integration, professional development, and parent involvement.

  5. 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.


  6. ESSA Best Practices: Recommended Uses of Funds Aligned to the TEA Strategic Priorities

    ESSA offers LEAs greater flexibility for using federal funds to effectively implement comprehensive, districtwide research-based initiatives that maximize student academic outcomes, particularly for those students at risk of not meeting challenging state academic assessment standards. The new regulations increase LEAs’ responsibilities for monitoring student outcomes and the coordinated use of federal funds. Participants will learn about ESSA resources for the recommended use of funds aligned to the TEA Strategic Priorities for Title I, Part A & C and Title III, Part A.


  7. ESSA and Carl Perkins Application Training
    This workshop covers updates to the ESSA and Carl Perkins Applications in eGrants. Participants will learn how to complete all parts of the ESSA and Perkins application process. The ESSA Consolidated Application will be covered in the morning, and Carl D. Perkins Application will be covered in the afternoon.

  8. ESSA and Carl Perkins Compliance Report Training
    This workshop covers updates to the ESSA and Carl Perkins Compliance Reports in eGrants. Participants will learn how to complete all parts of the ESSA and Perkins reporting process. ESSA compliance reporting will be covered in the morning, and Perkins compliance reporting will be covered in the afternoon.

  9. ESSA & Carl D. Perkins Training for New Federal Programs Directors and Campus Administrators
    This workshop is designed for program directors and campus administrators new to state and federal programs. Areas covered include Every Student Succeeds Act (Title I Part A, Title I Part C, Title II, Title III, and Title IV Parts A & B), Carl D. Perkins Act, Bilingual and ESL, Career and Technical Education, and State Compensatory Education. Participants also have opportunities to network with other new state and federal program directors within the region.

  10. Identifying ESSA Required Evidence-Based Strategies for CIPs
    Using, generating, and sharing evidence about effective strategies to support students gives LEAs an important tool to accelerate student learning. ESSA emphasizes the use of evidence-based activities, strategies, and interventions (collectively referred to as “interventions”). This training is designed to help schools successfully choose and implement interventions that improve outcomes for students. 

  11. ESSA’s Well Rounded Education: Moving Beyond English and Math
    With the adoption of ESSA, the term core academic subjects was replaced with a new term, well-rounded education, and expanded to seventeen subjects. Appearing more than twenty times throughout the law, a well-rounded education opens many doors to expand learning opportunities for students. Needs must be identified through the comprehensive needs assessment and articulated in the campus plan. This training is designed to help schools successfully choose and implement activities to support a well-rounded that improve outcomes for students. 

  12. ESSA Program Compliance: Successful School Transitions
    Effective transition programs help students move to a new school, become a part of the new school, and maintain their social and academic status. ESSA requires LEAs to develop transition plans that describe how they will support, coordinate, and integrate services with early childhood education programs and facilitate effective transitions for students from middle grades to high school and from high school to postsecondary education. This training is designed to help schools successfully choose and implement activities to support effective transitions programs that improve outcomes for students.

  13. Title I, Part A Program Compliance: Equitable Services for Private Nonprofit Schools

    LEAs who receive federal funds are required to provide equitable services for eligible private nonprofit school children, teachers, and other educational personnel.  Services provided by the LEAs for private school participants must be designed to meet educational needs and supplement the educational services by the private schools. After consultation, private schools may receive equitable services in Title I Part A, Title I Part C, Title II, Title III, and Title IV Parts A & B. The LEA must spend the funds on behalf of the private schools, and the funds must never be given to a private nonprofit school. Participants will learn strategies for implementing these requirements and maintaining appropriate documentation.

     


  14. ESL Institute (2-Day ESL Supplemental (154) TExES Preparation Course)

    During this two-day workshop participants receive a comprehensive overview of theories, research, and current practices in the second language acquisition process and will learn the stages of literacy development in order to adapt and design instruction to meet the needs of ELLs.  This will prepare participants for the 154 English as a Second Language Supplemental (ESL) exam. 

    Special Note: This workshop is for teachers who are required to obtain ESL Supplemental certification because their LEA has received a TEA bilingual exception and/or ESL waiver. 

     


  15. TETN - Bilingual/ESL/Title III/Migrant Updates
    Bilingual/ESL/Title III/Migrant Program Updates to ESC Coordinators.

  16. The Monthly Monitor: Updates for State & Federal Programs Directors

    The Monthly Monitor provides current information for program directors 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 directors within the region.


  17. Bright Beginnings Migrant Early Childhood Program
    Participants will analyze and participate in an effective teaching practices embedded into this new early literacy program "Bright Beginnings".


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