Presentation on theme: "State of Hawaii Department of Education April 2005 Title II A – Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals Title II D – Enhancing."— Presentation transcript:
State of Hawaii Department of Education April 2005 Title II A – Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals Title II D – Enhancing Education Through Technology Title V – Innovative Programs
Funding Amounts are an estimated funding Decrease in the percentage in Title IID & Title V for 2005 Funding will be released in July 2005 (Currently) No funding for Title IID for 2006
To increase the academic achievement of all students by helping schools and school districts to improve teacher and principal quality
Requirements: Effective training - classroom teachers to include Addressing different learning styles of students Improving student behavior in the classroom Involving parents in their childs education Understanding and using data and assessment to improve classroom practices and student learning Coordination of PD activities
To increase student learning through the effective integration of technology into the curricula and instruction with professional development.
Requirements: 25% of funds towards PD in the integration of technology into curricula and instruction Approved technology plan Verification of Childrens Internet Protection Act
To enable state and local agencies to implement promising reform and school improvement programs.
Demonstrates: Continuing source of innovation and educational improvement, including programs that support school libraries. Meeting the needs of all students including at-risk students.
Increase student achievement
Use of scientific based research
Focus on Math & Science
Serve areas with a high number of disadvantaged students or greatest needs
Priority to consortia that did not receive NCLB Consolidated Grant funding
Collaborative planning between public and private sectors