Grant SupportWVEC offers professional development to support grant activities. Technical assistance may also be provided for grant writing.
Title IIIWVEC facilitates a large Title III Consortium for all schools whose designated Title III federal funding is less than $10,000. These funds are generated by the number of English Learners in your district. Title III funds are supplemental and are used above and beyond an LEA’s English language development services that are offered to English learners, levels 1-4, in order to meet the federal requirements for serving EL students (also known as “Lau Requirements”).
The primary objective of Title III is to increase English language proficiency and academic achievement in the core academic subjects and to provide high-quality professional development. All of the funds generated by the WVEC Title III Consortium Schools are pooled together to provide high quality professional development, instructional materials, family engagement materials and software.
For more information on joining the WVEC TITLE III Consortium, contact Tami Hicks at email@example.com
Title III Workshop Listings
Title III Schools Listing
Title III Purchase Request Order Form
Title IVWVEC offers a consortium model to school districts for professional development. Being in a consortium allows WVEC to offer relevant learning to educators at a fraction of the cost because of shared expenses. Each Member District is able to send up to two people to each Title IV eligible workshop for free!
WVEC prides itself on bringing in local, state and national presenters. The WVEC Title IV Consortium has also provided districts Technology Audits, Technology cohort groups, Technology embedded 5th grade field trips, and Summer Institutes.
ResourcesTitle IV Workshop Schedule
2020-2021 Title IV Member Districts
- Clinton Central
- Clinton Prairie
- Community Schools of Frankfort
- Eastern Howard
- Kankakee Valley
- MSD Warren
- North Montgomery
- South Montgomery
- South Newton
- Southeast Fountain