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February 23, 2020
Sunday

The 2020 Title III Symposium will be held July 23-24, 2020 at the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio, TX. All Title III public school district, charter school, and education service center (ESC) education professionals are invited to attend. This year's event will contain informational breakout sessions that will help provide educators and administrators from Texas Title III-funded school districts and charter schools throughout the state with relevant, research-based information to help them better serve our state's English learners (ELs).


2020 Breakout Topics:

  • Compliance (ESSA, Title III, Part A)
  • Engaging Partnerships (Parent, Family, Community)
  • Innovative Approaches to Expand or Enhance Transitional Bilingual Programs that increase English learner achievement
  • Innovative Approaches to Expand or Enhance Dual Language Immersion Programs that increase English learner achievement
  • Innovative Approaches to Expand or Enhance ESL Programs that increase English learner achievement
  • Best Practices that increase English Learners achievement in the Classroom
  • Effective Early Learning Strategies
  • English Learners with Multiple Needs
  • The Whole Child (Social & Emotional)
  • Instructional Approaches for Immigrant Children and Youth that increase student achievement
  • Supporting Newcomers/Asylees/Refugees
  • Effective Progress Monitoring of English Learners
  • Technology for Supporting English Learners
  • Using Data to Drive Decision Making

This event is ONLY available to Title III-funded school districts/charter schools or designated ESC personnel who are funded as a Fiscal Agent who provide Title III services to a Title III-funded school district/charter school. An individual wanting to register for the Title III Symposium must be or still in a contract with a Title III-funded school district/charter school (including individuals presenting during the Title III Symposium). A “contract” can be defined as contract for employment or contracted services with a Title III-funded school district/charter school to assist in meeting requirements identified in the ESSA Consolidated Federal Grant Application under Title III, Part A. TEA cannot allow the registration of any outside consultants or vendors promoting the purchase and/or services of products or instructional strategies.
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