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  • General

    Self Paced Tutorial The NH Title IV-A Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant Program FST-03
    an OPEN NH Informational Tutorial

    Course Materials

  • 2018 Title IV A Program

    2018 Title IV A Program Guidance  |  A Formula Grant Process

    The NH Department of Education will issue Title IV A Funding in the form of formula grants to districts. The program will focus on efforts to improve personalized learning and competency-based education while ensuring learning experiences are augmented with digital tools and resources that move our students towards digital literacy. Engaging students and school communities in activities that integrate digital tools and resources is a powerful way for schools and districts to move students towards future readiness.

  • Resources for Project Activities

    Resources for Developing Effective Project Activities

    Schools and school districts carry enormous burdens to help their students succeed; from physical, social and emotional wellness to 21st century skill sets that include higher-order thinking strategies, problem solving, collaboration, creativity, and communication. How schools meet the needs of their students is dependent upon community support, access to quality resources, new learning, and most importantly the collaboration of all stakeholders across both the community and schools. By addressing holistic needs, school system leaders build stronger foundations and organizational resilience with community and parental partnerships, school educators and staff. Therefore, and in support of the NH ESSA State Plan, participating districts will be asked to consider developing projects that support personalized learning and competency based education. Resources and guidance that grant writers can use to design projects that fit within the allowable areas are given in this unit.
  • Archive: 2017 Title IV A Program

     2017 Title IV A Program | A Competitive Grant Process

    This tutorial will offer resources and guidance to help with the development of your proposals for funding through the New Hampshire Title IV-A Student Support and Academic Enrichment program.  The New Hampshire Title IV-A Program is designed to support the New Hampshire vision of competency based education and personalized learning in the context of preparing students for the future. The NH DOE is conducting a competitive grant process to support districts in their efforts to improve personalized learning and competency-based education efforts while ensuring learning experiences are augmented with digital tools and resources that support academic and digital literacy. Engaging students and school communities in activities that integrate digital tools and resources is a powerful way for schools and districts to move students towards future readiness. One framework for developing systemic personalized learning through visioning, planning, and implementation of school improvement activities focused on personalizing student learning is the Future Ready Framework.
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