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Title III, Part A: Language Instruction for English Learners and Immigrant Students of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 as Amended under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) P.L. 115-141, enacted March 23, 2018, awards subgrants to eligible Local Education Agencies (LEA) “to help ensure that English learners (ELs), including immigrant children and youth, attain English proficiency and develop high levels of academic achievement in English." [Sec. 3102 (1)]
Differences between Title IIIA and ESOL LEA's Legal Obligations
Every English learner in GA has an opportunity to learn English for academic purposes to be ready to learn, ready to live, and ready to lead.
Georgia's EL Entrance and Exit Criteria: EL Language Programs - State Guidance Handbook (updated 09-27-2020)
Georgia's ESOL Language Program
Budget Training PPTs/Webinars (New)
School districts with EL populations larger than the minimum threshold receive direct Title III, Part A allocations, while school districts with EL populations less than the minimum are eligible to form or join a Title III-A Regional LEA consortium in order to meet the minimum threshold collectively and thus receive an allocation.
Dr. Margaret (Meg) BakerTitle III, Part A Program Managermbaker@doe.k12.ga.us678-794-3695Regional Specialists
Dr. Adria Griffin, Northeast GAagriffin@doe.k12.ga.us678-416-1273Mr. David Tucker, Northwest GAdavid.firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Dely Roberts, Central GAdroberts@doe.k12.ga.us470-421-9976Ms. Tammie Smith, South GAtsmith@doe.k12.ga.us678-794-3667
Regional Contact List by State Map
Regional Contact List by Regional Specialist
Whom to Contact at the GADOE with Questions about English Learners
CLIP Process Infographic