This training will be the second of 4 trainings hosted by ESC Region 13 for Title I, Part A, Parent and Family Engagement. These hybrid meetings will be focused on federal grant requirements and state requirements for Title I, Part A, Parent and Family Engagement (PFE).
This course number is to register for in-person attendance only. If you would like to register to attend virtually via Zoom, please go to course number FA2248729 to register.
The objectives of SY 22-23 Parent and Family Engagement: Module 2 – Policies and Compact are:
- Know district and school level PFE policy requirements.
- Identify district level PFE policies that are compliant and fixes for ones not in compliance.
- Identify school level PFE policies that are compliant and fixes for ones not in compliance.
- Identify school-parent compact requirements.
- Know distribution and accessibility requirements under ESSA.
- Apply knowledge of requirements to your current policy.
- Identify differences between PFE policy and Family Engagement Plan.
- Review common monitoring trends and findings for PFE.
- Explore resources focused on PFE.
For those of you who are attending the meeting in-person or in a conference room, please have your computer available so that you can follow along with the links throughout our interactions.
Consider being prepared to participate in the discussion of the following questions:
- What must be included in the LEA level PFE policy?
- What must be included in the school level PFE policy?
- What are the required compliance touch-points for the LEA and school level PFE policies?
- How can we bring together PFE strategies with other relevant federal, state, and local laws and programs?
- What methods of distribution do you use?
- How can we improve our distribution of PFE information?
Recommendation for who should attend from your LEA: We recommend you have a team attendance of the key stakeholders involved in Parent and Family Engagement at both your LEA/district level and your campus levels. This could include your federal programs staff, your central office PFE staff, your principals, your campus level PFE Staff, any parent liaisons, and/or a superintendent responsible for approving and authorizing your PFE policies and procedures.