GaDOE Cross Functional Monitoring Training
Please use the link below to connect to the Title II, Part A monitoring page for details and resources.
Title II, Part A Monitoring
Forsyth County BOE, Wednesday, October 22, 2014
8:00 AM-4:00 PM
1120 Dahlonega Hwy Cumming, GA 30040
Houston County BOE - The Annex, Thursday, October 23, 2014
8:00 AM-4:00 PM
1600 Macon Road Perry, GA 31069
New Coordinators' Training
New coordinators' training is conducted annually in the fall by the Georgia Department of Education's Title II, Part A Program Specialists. For FY15 it was held in September at the Macon City Center. This training provides an overview of implementation and implementation resources to new coordinators. Training was also open to returning coordinators.
New Coordinator's Training PPT
Coordinators' training is conducted annually in the fall by the Georgia Department of Education's Title II, Part A Program Specialists. This training provides updates to existing implementation practices and implementation resources to all coordinators. Training is required for all Title II, Part A LEA coordinators. Regional Meetings were conducted in Houston, Glynn, and Forysth counties July-August 2014. If you were unable to attend, please speak with your Title II, Part A specialist.
Title II, Part A Regional Meetings PPT
Conducted annually in the spring or summer, the Title II, Part A annual conference provides comprehensive updates and resources for grant recipients.
June 2014 ~To be announced ~
The Georgia HIQ System is a web-based tool for data collection that provides school systems with a yearly “highly qualified” personnel profile. It assists school systems in complying with the requirements of the ESEA by profiling teachers, long-term substitutes and paraprofessionals employed in the public school system. Educators are rated as “highly qualified” or “not highly qualified” by comparing their teaching assignments to their certification history and related factors. HiQ is updated annually. Webinars are conducted throughout the spring highlighting the most recent updates and featuring information on updating and verifying system data.
FY15 HiQ Webinar Recording - coming this spring
Project EQ Webinar(s)
Project EQ provides systems and state educational agencies with an online resource for sharing and collaborating on the development and implementation of initiatives to ensure access to equitable educational opportunities for all students. Through the sharing of local and state initiatives that answer the eight key questions posed by the United States Department of Education (USDOE), educators within our state will be better able to meet the equitability requirements of the ESEA. Project EQ is updated annually. Webinars are conducted throughout the spring highlighting the most recent updates and featuring information on updating implementation information.
FY15 Project EQ Webinar Recording - coming this spring