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  • Title IV Part A

    What is Title IV-Part A?world

    The Student Support and Academic Enrichment Project is intended to improve student academic achievement by increasing the state and local educational agencies capacity in the following areas:

    • Providing all students with access to a well-rounded education
    • Improving school conditions for student learning to support safe and healthy schools
    • Improving the use of technology in order to advance the academic achievement and digital literacy of all students

    Panhandle Area Educational Consortium's Objectives

    • To provide support and guidance to Title IV Part A, SSAE Project sub-recipients to ensure the applications are in approvable form as per federal and state requirements.
    • Assist sub-recipients in achieving and maintaining compliance with federal and state rules and regulations by providing technical assistance, sample process and forms, trainings and other items as appropriate.
    • Present professional development workshops, webinars and trainings to subrecipients, Title IV Part A, SSAE Project staff and other stakeholders on topics such as Title IV Part A programming, quality initiatives, academic instruction, enrichment activities, grants management and others.
    • Assist with developing and implementing process improvement measures, including the development of new and more efficient reporting documents and systems.

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    ESEA section 4107

    • Improving access to foreign language instruction, arts, and music education

    • Supporting College and career counseling, including providing information on opportunities for financial aid through the early FAFSA

    • Providing programming to improve instruction and student engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), including access to these subjects for underrepresented groups.

    • Promoting access to accelerated learning opportunities including Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureatte (IP) programs, dual or concurrent enrollment programs and early college high schools.

    • Strengthening instruction in American history, civics, economics, geography, government education, and environmental education.

    ESEA section 4108

    • Promoting community and parent involvement in schools

    • Providing supportive school climates to reduce the use of exclusionary discipline and promoting supportive school discipline

    • Establishing or improving dropout prevention

    • Supporting the re-entry programs and transition services for justice-involved youth

    • Implementing programs that support a healthy, active lifestyle (nutritional and physical education

    • Implementing systems and practices to prevent bullying and harrassment

    • Developing relationship building to help improve safety through the recognition and prevention of coercion, violence, or abuse

    • Establishing community partnerships.

    ESEA section 4109

    • Supporting high-quality professional development for educators, school leaders, and administrators to personalize learning and improve academic achievement

    • Building technological capacity and infrastructure

    • Carrying out innovative blended learning projects

    • Providing students in rural, remote, and underserved areas with the resources to benefit from high-quality digital learning opportunities

    • Delivering specialized or rigorous academic courses and curricula using technology, including digital learning tecnhologies and assistive technology


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