Bilingual/English as a Second Language/Title III
Region 15 Bilingual/ESL department’s goal is to provide professional development and technical assistance for the purpose of improving the academic achievement of Limited English Proficient (LEP) students in the areas of:
· Bilingual/ESL/Title III program administration
· Implementation of effective English language acquisition programs
· Professional development opportunities for Bilingual/ESL and LOTE educators that focuses on curricula, assessment, and instructional strategies for English Language Learners.
· Instructional strategies for Bilingual/ESL students
· English Language Proficiency (ELPS)
Please visit http://http://elltx.org for more updates and information in the following areas:
· Policy and Procedures
· Student Assessment
· Program Design
· Statewide Initiatives
· Staff Development Opportunities
Title III Shared Services
The Education Service Center, Region 15 shared services agreement is a consortium of districts and charter schools that combine Title III federal monies, using ESC-15 as the fiscal and administrative agent, to maximize funding through cooperative spending. ESC-15 provides the following customized services and technical assistance to participating districts and charters:
Fall LPAC Trainings:September 7 - SAISD ONLY
- Provide training and technical assistance on Federal Guidelines and Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis Systems (PBMAS).
- Provide professional development and other activities that assist personnel in meeting state and local certification and licensing requirements for teaching English Language Learners.
- Provide technical assistance to support implementation of English language acquisition programs.
- Provide technical assistance to districts/campuses in helping English Language Learners meet the same state academic and student academic achievement standards.
- Complete and submit the Title III application and amendments within specified deadlines
- Provide technical assistance and resources to assist districts in promoting parental and community participation in language instruction programs
- Provide technical assistance to LEAs not meeting Title III AMAOs for two or more consecutive years.
- Provide high-quality professional development to improve instruction and assessment of English Language Learners using scientifically-based research
- Provide high-quality staff development to enhance the ability of teachers to understand and use curricula, assessment measures, and instructional strategies for English Language Learners.
September 9 - San Felipe-Del Rio CISD ONLYSeptember 12- Brownwood Area School DistrictsSeptember 13 - San Angelo Area School DistrictsFor more information on the LPAC Framework, please visit
http://programs.esc20.net/default.aspx?name=lpac.homeFor all the resources, handouts, and suggested forms used in the Framework of the LPAC training , please visit
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