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 Title II, Part A Resources

The following resources are available to assist Georgia LEAs with the successful implementation of Title II, Part A. These resources come from Georgia districts, Title II, Part A program staff, the Department and the United States Department of Education.

General Resources

GaDOE Portal Login (Login/ Password Required)
Federal Programs Webpage
USDE What Works Clearinghouse Webpage
Evidence for ESSA Webpage
National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities​​
Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC)

Needs Assessment & Equity

GaDOE has streamlined the ESSA application process. The District CNA Report, District Improvement Plan Template and other ancillary resources are available on the Federal Programs Webpage.   

For Charter LEAs Waiving FY18 CLIP

Sample Needs Assessment Surveys

(Samples provided are specific to Title II, Part A)

Budget & Effectiveness

Budget Guidance

Budget Review Checklist

Budget Attachments - All LEAs

Budget Attachments - If Applicable

Monitoring & Compliance

Time and Effort

Private Schools

Required Forms - FY18

Required Forms FY19



TRAINING: Please provide feedback to any and all training sessions using the link below. We rely on feedback as we plan our sessions. Enter the formal title of the training session and "Title II, Part A Specialists" as the presenter.
RESOURCES: Please consider taking a moment to give us feedback ​on our resources. Let us know what is helpful and what you would like to see to help with your implementation of Title II, Part A. You can also contact us at  

​Georgia’s Systems of Continuous Improvement

The Georgia Department of Education’s strategic plan emphasizes transforming the Department into one that provides meaningful support to schools and districts. The Department has developed a common, continuous improvement framework to ensure that these efforts are aligned across all GaDOE divisions, departments, and programs. The Georgia’s Systems of Continuous Improvement framework focuses on the systems and structures (the “what”) that must be in place for sustained improvement in student outcomes. It also utilizes a problem-solving model (the “how”) to provide a clear process for identifying improvement needs, planning for improvement, and implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the improvement efforts.


Opportunities for Title II, Part A support are woven throughout Georgia’s Systems of Continuous Improvement. A Coherent Instructional System can be supported by Title II, Part A to provide ALL teachers and school leaders with opportunities to broaden and deepen their understanding and practice of effective instructional strategies.  Title II, Part A also provides the means for schools and LEAs to develop their Professional Capacity through attracting, placing, and supporting effective educators. Research indicates Effective Leadership is critical to the success of our schools and Title II, Part A can provide the necessary support for the development of effective leaders through professional learning and mentorship. These opportunities go toward supporting and developing the whole child and providing the access for low income students and families to effective teachers and leaders.​ 


 Georgia's Systems of Continuous Improvement