To develop a State Education Agency (SEA) system of supports for New Hampshire families, students and educators that builds on current initiatives while leveraging a braided funding model to close academic and opportunity gaps for high needs students which include students with disabilities, multi-lingual students, new Americans and economically challenged students in diverse geographies towards transformation through innovations.
Provides leadership, technical assistance, and professional development to schools and community-based organizations in the implementation of specific federal grant programs authorized through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and amended by the "No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001" (PL 107-110).
Certain programs serve general populations, while others are designed to serve children, youth, and families with specific educational needs, such as disadvantaged, neglected and delinquent, migrant, homeless, and non-English speaking children.
|Title IA||Title IIA|
|Title I, Part A - Helping Disadvantaged Children Meet High Standards||Title I, Part A - Requirements for Paraeducators or Paraprofessionals|
|Title I, Part C - Education of Migratory Children||Part I, Part D - Program for Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk Students|
|Title II, Part A - Preparing, Training and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals||Title III - Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient Students, K-12|
|Title IV, Part B - 21st Century Community Learning Center||Title VI-Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP)|
|Title X, PartC - Homeless Children and Youth||Bureau of Nutrition Program and Services|
|2015-2016 Consoliated App Documents||2014-2015 Consolidated App Documents|
|English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) K-12||Federal Projects|
|Response to Instruction (RTI)||Schoolwide Flexibility|
The Bureau is also responsible for supporting and collaborating on school reform efforts.
|Early Childhood Education||Family and Community Engagement|
|NH Problems of Practice Model of Innovation||New Hampshire SWIFT|
|Teacher and Leader Effectiveness||The New Hampshire Network|
|Title I Part A School Improvement Grant (SIG)||Title I Priority, Focus and Reward Schools|
Mary E. Earick, Ph.D
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