Non-Regulatory Guidance for Title II, Part A: Building Systems of Support for Excellent Teaching and Leading
This non-regulatory guidance has been released to guide use of Title II, Part A funding to more effectively attract, select, place, support, and retain excellent educators. In this guidance document, the U.S. Department of Education outlines strategies and examples of how states’ Title II, Part A funding can be utilized more strategically to have a greater impact on educators. Title II, Part A funding might be used to attract more educators into a district, support induction and mentorship programs, encourage meaningful evaluation, strengthen educator leadership, and provide professional learning for school leaders. Title II, Part A funding can also be used to strengthen the educator workforce by encouraging diversity. Included in this guidance are suggestions for how states and districts can engage in meaningful consultation with stakeholders and improve investments made with Title II, Part A investments.