Title II provides the state education agency and local school districts with money to improve the quality of teaching and principal leadership through recruitment, teacher training and professional development, and class size reduction. In addition, Title II contains eight separate programs that are designed to enhance teacher and principal competency and career development.
NCLB Action Briefs, a project of Public Education Network (PEN) and the National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE), are designed to keep community and parent leaders up to date on various provisions of NCLB.
The action briefs are written in easy-to-use language focused on specific sections of the law and include pertinent regulations, a glossary of terms, action steps, and additional resources.
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Title: Title II: Teacher and Principal Preparation: Action Guide for Parents and Communities
Publication date 2006-10-29
Publication Year 2006
Public Education Network (PEN)
, National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education
North America / United States
teacher and principal
, II part
, high need
, need school
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