What is Title II?
The Title II programs focus on preparing, training, and recruiting high-quality teachers and principals.
The purpose of Title II, Part A is to help increase the academic achievement of all students by helping schools and school districts ensure that all teachers are highly qualified to teach. Through the program, Maryland Department of Education (MSDE) and local educational agencies (LEAs) receive funds on a formula basis, as does the State agency for higher education (SAHE).
CCPS Schools: School Administrators may request Title II funding for Professional Development purposes by completing the
Carroll County Professional Plan.
The document is to be completed and sent to Jeffrey J. Alisauckas, Supervisor of Teacher and Leadership Development.
Non-Public Schools may also request Title II funds. To do so, non-public schools must submit their intention to participate in this program prior to the fiscal year funds will be requested. To receive reiumbursement, non-public schools should follow the guideline below.
Non-Public Schools - Allowable/non-allowable expenses
Jeffrey J. Alisauckas, Supervisor of Teacher and Leadership Development