ESEA Services provide oversight, information, professional development and technical assistance regarding aspects of No Child Left Behind. The service is offered through a consortium or consulting basis.
Title IA Consortium (Quality Program Support)
Title I Services are dedicated to providing districts, buildings and teachers direct technical assistance in raising the achievement of Title I students, as well as maintaining procedural and fiscal compliance with all federal regulations. The service is offered thru a consortium or consulting basis.
Statewide Title I Network
DPI initiated the Statewide Title I Network, which is a collaborative effort between the 12 Cooperative Educational Service Agencies (CESAs) and DPI to provide increased technical assistance and professional development for districts and schools with Title I programs. With financial support from DPI, each CESA has a staff person to provide Title I support services for all school districts in their CESA region at no cost or a reduced cost.
There are presently 33 school district that utilize the CESA 6 Title IIA purchased service option. This service provided discounts for CESA 6 workshops as well as ESEA support.
The CESA 6 Educational Technology (Title II-D Ed Tech) Grant was formed to facilitate cooperative programming of professional development opportunities that improve and enhance the effective integration of instructional technologies through a Professional Learning Community model.
Title III English Language Learners
Title III, Language Instruction of Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students, of the NCLB - No Child Left Behind Act, provides funds for national, state and local efforts that are focused to improve the education of Limited English Proficient (LEP) and immigrant students. LEP students are also commonly known as English Language Learners (ELL).