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Title III, Language Instruction for English Learners and Immigrant Students, K-12


The NH Title III Office is funded through the US Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (https://www2.ed.gov/programs/sfgp/index.html), under the legislative authority of Title III, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

With Title III funds, the NH Title III Office provides technical assistance and training to teachers, administrators, and other stakeholders; collects data about EL students; awards Title III grants to school districts; and provides educational resources which enable teachers, parents, and administrators to help English Language Learners succeed academically and socially. Title III funds also are awarded to help eligible districts that have experienced a significant increase in enrollment of new immigrant children.

School districts applying for Title III funds must complete the Title III Program Assurances and General Education Provisions Act (GEPA) requirements.

In addition school districts, as applicable, must complete the provision for Equitable Services. Please see the Equitable Services Letter along with the Part A and B sections from the Bureau of Instructional Support. If you have any questions please contact Kristine Braman at Kristine.braman@doe.nh.gov.

Documents for Title III Part A and Immigrant Children and Youth Grants

2019-2020

2018-2019

Title III Part A

Title III Immigrant Children and Youth

Promising Practices

Award Letters

2017-2018

Title III Part A

Title III Immigrant Children and Youth

Promising Practices

Promising Practices in NH Title III Conference Grant Funds Word document

Award Letters

Federal Guidance and Resources

State ESOL Program Information

Archived Data and Documents

Aaron Hughes
Title III Director
Office: 603-271-2034
Mobile: 603-333-6356
Aaron.Hughes@doe.nh.gov

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