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Title II, Part A Improving Teacher Quality. Virginia Department of Education April 2014. Overview of Presentation. Overview of Title II, Part A, and purposes of program Needs assessment and allowable uses of funding to meet specific needs Application development Program specific pages

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Title ii part a improving teacher quality

Title II, Part AImproving Teacher Quality

Virginia Department of Education

April 2014


Overview of presentation

Overview of Presentation

  • Overview of Title II, Part A, and purposes of program

  • Needs assessment and allowable uses of funding to meet specific needs

  • Application development

  • Program specific pages

  • Impact of ESEA flexibility waivers on Title II,

    Part A


History of title ii part a funding

History of Title II, Part A Funding


What is title ii part a

What is Title II, Part A?


Highly qualified teachers

Highly Qualified Teachers


What is a highly qualified teacher

What is a highly qualified teacher?

  • Teachers must:

    • Hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree;

    • Hold full Virginia license in the content area being taught; and

    • Demonstrate content-area knowledge by:

      • Passing a rigorous content-area test (Praxis II); or

      • Completing content major in the specific core content area being taught.

      • See Informational Supt’s Memo # 43, February 23, 2007.

[ESEA,Section 9101(23)(A-C)]


Who must be highly qualified

Who must be highly qualified?

  • All teachers in federal core content areas

[ESEA, Section 9101(11)]


Responsibilities of the school division

Responsibilities of the School Division

  • Must focus efforts on 100 percent HQT and Paraprofessional status;

    • Refer to Instructional Personnel and Licensure (IPAL) report; and

  • Must ensure that students in high poverty/high minority schools have equitable access to highly qualified and experienced teachers.

[ESEA, Section 1111(b)(8)(c)]


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