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1 Cobb County School District Title I and Title III Programs Instructional Leaders Meeting May 2011Cobb County School District

2 There is nothing as UNEQUAL as treating UN- EQUALS, EQUALLY. Blanchard, K.; Zigarmi, P. and Zigarmi, D. (1985) Leadership and the One Minute Manager

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4 Title I Rose Garden 1870 Teasley Rd. Smyrna, Connie Carter, Supervisor Fran White, Consultant Yonnie Pope, Consultant

5 What is Title I? a federal program that assists schools with high poverty funds/resources are used to increase ACADEMIC skills - funds to be used to SUPPLEMENT what the district allocates

6 How does a District receive funding? District Improvement Plan Consolidated Application

7 What does the Consolidated Application budget? Title I School Set Asides

8 What are the mandated Set Asides? SES CHOICE Parental Involvement Professional Development

9 Parental Workshop Opportunity DADS Conference Garrett Middle School Saturday, May 14th

10 Professional Development Workshop Opportunity Culturally Relevant Learning Strategies Workshop Monday, June 13th

11 Title I thanks you for your support!

12 Title III

13 Bonjour! ¡Hola! Hello! Bom Dia! Marhba! Zdravstvuy! Nihou! Bon Giorno! Guten Tag!

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15 CCSD Stats 8,222 ESOL students ~6,000 in ES ~1,000 in MS ~1,000 in HE Approximately 2,000 ESOL-monitored ESOL students in EVERY CCSD school Over 80 languages and countries Over 10,000 immigrant students

16 What is the purpose of Title III? To help ensure that limited English proficient (LEP) children, including immigrant children and youth, attain English language proficiency and meet the same standards that all children are expected to meet. Section 3102

17 The Law o Title I, Section 1112 o NCLB Title III, Sections 3113, 3212, 3213, 3247, 3302 o Georgia State Education rule Language Assistance: Program for English Language Learners

18 The Law o Lau v. Nichols (1974) o Casteñeda v. Pickard (1981) o Plyler v. Doe (1982) o OCR Enforcement Policy 1991

19 Some Requirements of NCLB... o Administration the Home Language Survey to all students o Identification of all students whose native language is not English o Initial assessment English language proficiency (30 days, 2 weeks) o Annual assessment of English language proficiency

20 Some Requirements of NCLB... o English language development standards aligned to academic content standards o Participation in state testing o School – Home communication in language that parents understand o Qualification of teachers o Parental Notification

21 INTERNATIONAL WELCOME CENTER 1560 Joyner Avenue Marietta, Georgia Fax

22 International Welcome Center Facilitates School/Home Communication International Welcome Center Facilitates School/Home Communication School Climate & Invitational Learning Web Page Resources Dial Out in Multiple Languages School Climate & Invitational Learning Web Page Resources Dial Out in Multiple Languages Multiple Language Services Translation (written) Interpretation (oral) Multiple Language Services Translation (written) Interpretation (oral) Workshops Different Cultures Educational System TransAct Workshops Different Cultures Educational System TransAct International Family Involvement 1.Train the trainer 2. Workshops for Parents 3.Parent Liaison & Networking Conference International Family Involvement 1.Train the trainer 2. Workshops for Parents 3.Parent Liaison & Networking Conference Professional Learning Languages 1.Portuguese 2.Spanish 3.Korean 4.Translation for Bilingual Personnel Professional Learning Languages 1.Portuguese 2.Spanish 3.Korean 4.Translation for Bilingual Personnel International/ESOL Students Intake Middle and High School 1. Testing and Placement 2. Transcript Evaluation Middle and High School International/ESOL Students Intake Middle and High School 1. Testing and Placement 2. Transcript Evaluation Middle and High School 1.Master in Salamanca at Walton HS 2. Middlebury University 1.Master in Salamanca at Walton HS 2. Middlebury University Migrant Program Plaza Comunitaria

23 Language Facilitators Facilitate communication Facilitate community resources and materials in the parents native language Aim to bridge cultural differences

24 Facilitate School-Home Communication Multilingual workshops - various topics of interest to schools - parents & community stakeholders Cultural diversity presentations to parents & school staff Translate School Related Documents Interpret School Related Meetings RTI Meetings IEP Meetings Parent Conferences Hearings Facilitate School-Home Communication Multilingual workshops - various topics of interest to schools - parents & community stakeholders Cultural diversity presentations to parents & school staff Translate School Related Documents Interpret School Related Meetings RTI Meetings IEP Meetings Parent Conferences Hearings Translation & Interpretation Languages available Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Russian, Ukrainian, French, Haitian Creole, Arabic, Farsi, Swahili, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and Hindi Other languages available upon request

25 Migrant Program

26 Identification of students, whom to assess? Home Language Survey CCSD Student Enrollment Form (JF- 5)

27 Student Registration Form - English

28 Student Registration Form - Korean Spanish, Portuguese

29 Middle and High School Welcome Center Language Assessment Course and Grade Placement Transcript Evaluation International/ESOL Student Intake Elementary School School Language Assessment Grade Placement

30 Intake and Placement W-APT assessment tool, known as the "screener", is used to measure the English language proficiency of students who have recently arrived in the U.S.

31 IEL Program Short-term intensive English support for newly arrived immigrant students MS/HS: 50% - 75% ES: 25% - 50% From basic language development to language academic language acquisition

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34 ESOL Instructional Resources

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36 ELP Standards

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38 W-APT "screener Assessment

39 ACCESS for ELLs®

40 WIDA Can Do Descriptors

41 Lesson Planning Content Objectives Language Objective Key Vocabulary Supplemental Materials Background Knowledge Adaptation of Content Comprehensible Input Modeling Language Domains Hands On Differentiated Assessment Student Grouping Scaffolding Standards Meaningful Visuals Learning Styles Blooms Taxonomy

42 Professional Learning ESOL Endorsement Culture, Linguistics, Methods Languages: Spanish, Korean, Portuguese Integrating Technology into the ESOL Classroom

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