School Operations

Courses tagged with "School Operations"

Program Evaluation Series: General Techniques for Program Evaluation

According to guidance, any entity receiving federal funding and conducting a program under that Title “shall evaluate the program… to determine the program’s impact on the ability of participants” (Title 1, Every Student Succeeds Act, 2015).  The requirement for Program Evaluating/Reporting is found in Title Programs I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII.  The Program Evaluation Series will provide participants with the materials, resources and tools needed to effectively appraise grant funded programs and utilize the data to guide future practices.  This session provides general techniques for program evaluation.


For more information regarding this resource, please contact Lauren McKinney at lauren.mckinney@region10.org.


CPE: 0

Program Evaluation Series: Parental Involvement Policy and Programs

According to guidance, any entity receiving federal funding and conducting a program under that Title “shall evaluate the program… to determine the program’s impact on the ability of participants” (Title 1, Every Student Succeeds Act, 2015).  The requirement for Program Evaluating/Reporting is found in Title Programs I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII.  The Program Evaluation Series will provide participants with the materials, resources and tools needed to effectively appraise grant funded programs and utilize the data to guide future practices.  This session provides techniques for evaluating the Parent and Family Engagement Policy and Programs.


This session was recorded on April 16, 2018.


CPE: 0

Program Evaluation Series: Title I, Part C

According to guidance, any entity receiving federal funding “will adopt and use proper methods of administering each such program, including the enforcement of any obligations imposed by law on agencies, institutions, organizations, and other recipients responsible for carrying out each program and the correction of deficiencies in program operations that are identified through audits, monitoring, or evaluation” (NCLB Program  Evaluation, Texas Education Agency, 2015). The Program Evaluation Series will provide participants with the materials, resources and tools needed to effectively appraise grant funded programs and utilize the data to guide future practices.  This webinar is specific to the Title 1, Part C Migrant Education Program Grant.


CPE: 0

Program Evaluation Series: Title I, Part D2

According to guidance, any entity receiving federal funding and conducting a program under that Title “shall evaluate the program… to determine the program’s impact on the ability of participants” (Title 1, Every Student Succeeds Act, 2015).  The requirement for Program Evaluating/Reporting is found in Title Programs I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII.  The Program Evaluation Series will provide participants with the materials, resources and tools needed to effectively appraise grant funded programs and utilize the data to guide future practices.  This session provides techniques for evaluating the Title 1, Part D Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children who are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk.


This session was recorded on May 1, 2018.


Program Evaluation Series: Title III, Part A English Language Acquisition

According to guidance, any entity receiving federal funding and conducting a program under that Title “shall evaluate the program… to determine the program’s impact on the ability of participants” (Title 1, Every Student Succeeds Act, 2015).  The requirement for Program Evaluating/Reporting is found in Title Programs I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII.  The Program Evaluation Series will provide participants with the materials, resources and tools needed to effectively appraise grant funded programs and utilize the data to guide future practices.  This session provides techniques for evaluating the Title III, Part A the English Language Acquisition, Language Enchantment, and Academic Achievement Act.



This session was recorded on May 14, 2018.


Business Managers Winter 2017

Business Managers Winter 2017 training that includes ESSA, EDGAR, TEA updates.


ESSA Consolidated Application Training

This resource includes training on the new ESSA Consolidated Application.


For more information, please contact Becky Book at becky.book@region10.org.


CPE: 0

SSA ESSA Application and NCLB Compliance Training

This resource provides training for Shared Service Arrangement members. Guidance on how to complete the Google forms that need to be submitted for the ESSA application and the NCLB compliance reports will be provided.

For more information, please contact Becky Book at becky.book@region10.org.

CPE: 0

Title I Comparability Webinar

This webinar provides the background, overview, and requirements when submitting the required Texas Education Agency, 2017 - 2018 Title 1, Part A Comparability Report.  This recording occurred on November 11, 2017.

Title 1 Parent and Family Engagement Planning, Policies, and Compacts

This session will address the Title I, Part A requirements for Parent and Family Engagement and strategies for planning. The content discussed will also include the parent and family engagement policy, School Parent Compact, changes in statute under the Every Student Succeeds Act and Building the Capacity of the families we serve.  Resources and materials provided!


This recording is from our September 5, 2017 session.


For more information, please contact Lauren McKinney at lauren.mckinney@region10.org.


Communicating with Disengaged Parents

State and Federal Initiatives


This session is designed to help educators build relationships with parents in challenged school communities. Participants will learn culturally responsive techniques for reaching out to disengaged parents. Participants will also learn techniques for building parents' capacity to navigate school systems and advocate on behalf of their children. Participants will be trained to share these techniques with parents and caregivers in their school communities.


This course is archived and no longer accepting new enrollments.


CPE Credits: 1

CPE CREDITNo Cost

Calming Upset Customers

Learn how to deal effectively with angry customers, clients, or colleagues. This carefully designed approach gives you the ability to work through conflicts and remain calm in the work environment. You'll learn how to distinguish between a disturbed and upset customer and how to collaborate with each toward a positive, win-win outcome.

CPE Credits: 1


*This course is archived.


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Category: Archived

Afternoons with State Allotments

Afternoons with State Allotments is a monthly webinar series for any members in the State Allotments Cooperative. The purpose of this webinar series is to keep our members up-to-date with the latest information from TEA and auditors, provide reminders of the different state allotments, and information about training opportunities. There will be topics of interest for all six state allotments, State Compensatory Education (SCE), Career & Technical Education (CTE), Bilingual and English as a Second Language (BI/ESL), Gifted & Talented (GT), High School Education (HS), and Special Education (SPED).

CPE: 0

This resource is only for State-Allotment Co-op members. For information on how to join the co-op, please contact Becky Book at becky.book@region10.org.

State Allotment Co-op

Category: Resources