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Teal NDTAC Topical Call #3: Utilizing Title I, Part D Funds for the Provision of Transition Services September 10, 2019 Teal Community Call (November 20, 2019) November 20, 2019 Teal Community Call (August 15, 2019) August 15, 2019 Teal Community Call (March 7, 2019) March 07, 2019 Teal Community Call (November 21, 2018) November 21, 2018 Teal Community Call (August 21, 2018) August 21...
AGENDA Roll Call Upcoming NDTAC Webinar SeriesGuest Speaker: Nick Read Promising Practices: Youth Mental Health First AidGuest Speaker: Heather Denny, ND Coordinator (Montana) Salmon Community Updates CSPR Data Submission Overview of Federal Monitoring Process and Indicators Recent TA Requests NDTAC Updates
This page provides information for ND Community members related to the general administration of State and local Title I, Part D (Part D) programs.
Welcome & Introductions New ND Coordinators and Community Members Introductions of All Community Members Updates from NDTAC Updated Resource: Making It Count - Numeracy Guide NDTAC Making It Count - Numeracy Guide Webinar 2019 U.S. Department of Education Title I, Part D Coordinators Conference Topical Call on Notable Uses of Title I, Part D Funds that Support Students' Social, Emotional, Mental, and Behavioral Health Presentation Opportunities Emerging Topics in the Teal Community
This call included Norris Dickard and Earl Myers from the US Department of Education (ED). Mr. Dickard from ED’s Office of Safe and Healthy Students discussed the Every Student Succeeds Act and relevant changes to Title I, Part D, which he recently shared in a presentation at the national Title I conference. Mr. Myers from ED's Title I, Part D office provided updates from the office. The call concluded with Q&A. As a follow-up to this call with ED, NDTAC offered two informal calls about how these changes may impact the revision or development of state plans. During these calls, Simon...
NDTAC serves as a national resource center to provide direct assistance to States, schools, communities, and parents seeking information on the education of children and youth who are considered neglect, delinquent, or at-risk.