Statewide Title I Network

The Statewide Title I Network is a collaborative effort between the 12 Wisconsin CESAs that provides increased technical assistance and professional development to districts and schools with Title I programs through financial support from the Department of Public Instruction.

The following Title I services are provided free or at a reduced cost to all CESA 2 Title I schools and districts:

Title I Coordinator Leadership
Information and resources are provided through one-on-one technical assistance, three Title I Network meetings, and a Title I New Coordinator Orientation. See the calendar sidebar for upcoming meeting dates.

Title I Application
Consultation to districts regarding Title I law, programming, reporting requirements, and monitoring are always available, in or out of district. Emails and phone calls are always welcome.

Title I Related Professional Development
The Statewide Title I Network Leadership Development Series of workshops provides in-depth professional development for Title I teachers, classroom teachers, and Title I coordinators. Professional development dates are listed in the calendar side bar.

Resources and Collaboration
School districts are kept informed through timely emails and web updates. A variety of Title I related resources are available for use by school districts through the CESA 2 Professional Resource Center.

For information about Title I Focus and Priority Schools, see the ESEA wepage.

 

What is Title I?

The stated purpose of Title I is to "ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and State academic assessments." To that end, Wisconsin has developed a comprehensive set of standards to measure what students need to know and be able to do, and an assessment system to determine whether Wisconsin students and schools have met these standards. We strive to provide Wisconsin students the highest quality education as we implement the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.

Comprehensive School Reform is an integral part of Title I. Consultants from the Department of Public Instruction and CESA Title I Network Coordinators assist districts and schools in the planning and development of applications to support implementation of programs that are based on scientific research and effective practices. The overarching goal is to build capacity and improve the academic achievement of all students in core academic subjects within participating schools.

The Statewide Title I Network provides timely advice, coaching, and support around evidence-based practices. It also provides resources and support for compliance, including monitoring guidance.

 

Last Updated: 9/13/16
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