2019-2020 Catalog of Programs and Services - CESA #2

 
2019-2020 Catalog of Programs and Services - CESA #2
2019-2020
Catalog of Programs and Services
                               Last updated: September 16, 2019
2019-2020 Catalog of Programs and Services - CESA #2
2019-2020 Catalog of Programs and Services - CESA #2
CESA 2 Catalog of Programs and Services

                                Table of Contents
                                Introduction
                                     Welcome from the Administrator ................................................................ 6
                                     CESA Agency Administration ...................................................................... 7
       Quick Links
                                     Board of Control (BOC) Leadership Support ............................................. 8
                                     CESA Membership ......................................................................................... 9
        Curriculum &                 Leadership Support for Member Districts .................................................. 9
        Coaching                     District Size ...................................................................................................... 10
                                     Regional Liaisons ........................................................................................... 11
       Language & Culture            New and Expanded Services for 2019-2020 ............................................ 12
                                     Research and Development Projects ...................................................... 14
       Digital Leadership &
       Learning                 Integrated Programs and Services
                                   Centers of Excellence ................................................................................... 15
       Specialized Services        Senior Directors for the Centers of Excellence ......................................... 16
       & Staffing
                                   Consultants for the Centers of Excellence ................................................ 20
                                   Curriculum and Coaching Center of Excellence .................................. 24
        Data & Systems
        Analysis                   Curriculum and Coaching Implementation ............................................. 25
                                         Literacy .................................................................................................... 25
       Continuous Improvement            Mathematics........................................................................................... 26
       & Implementation            Co-Teaching .................................................................................................... 27
                                   Early Learning Services ................................................................................... 28
       Student Behavior &          Effective Practices for Instruction................................................................. 29
       Support                     New Teacher Mentor Project ....................................................................... 30
                                   Language and Culture Center of Excellence ......................................... 31
                                   English Language Learners (ELL) Network.................................................. 32
Cover photo by Althea Dotzour
                                   ESL and Bilingual Add-On Licensures .......................................................... 33
Photography featuring Madison
Metropolitan School District       Professional Development ............................................................................ 33
teacher Jen Samuels and            Program Evaluation ........................................................................................ 34
her students.                      Thinking Maps .................................................................................................. 34
                                   Title III Consortium ........................................................................................... 35
                                   Digital Leadership and Learning Center of Excellence ......................... 36
                                   Anytime/Anywhere Learning & Micro-credentialing............................... 37
                                   Collaborative Learning Networks ................................................................ 38
                                   Digital Leadership and the Future Ready District Framework ................ 40
                                   ISTE Educator Certification ............................................................................ 41
                                   Professional Learning ...................................................................................... 42
                                   TEACH Grant Consortium .............................................................................. 42
                                    Specialized Services and Staffing Center of Excellence ...................... 43
                                    Special Education Professionals ................................................................. 44
                                    Autism/Neurodiversity .................................................................................... 47
                                    Educational Audiology ................................................................................. 48

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                                 Occupational Therapy ............................................................................ 49
                                 Physical Therapy ........................................................................................ 50
Quick Links                      School Psychology .................................................................................... 51
                                 School Social Work .................................................................................... 52
                                 Services for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired .................. 53
 Curriculum &                    Services for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing .................... 55
 Coaching
                                 Speech-Language Therapy .................................................................... 56
                                 Assistive Technology Library .................................................................... 57
Language & Culture               Professional Resource Center (PRC) ..................................................... 58
                                 Data and Systems Analysis Center of Excellence .............................. 59
Digital Leadership &
Learning                         Alternative Compensation Planning .................................................... 60
                                 Assessment Review & Assessment Implementation Supports .......... 61
Specialized Services             District Assessment Coordinator (DAC) Network ................................ 61
& Staffing                       Leadership Team Coaching ................................................................... 62
                                 System Support and Data Analysis ........................................................ 63
Data & Systems                   Systems Review Process ........................................................................... 64
Analysis                         WISExplore/WISEdash ............................................................................... 65
                                 WISEsupport ................................................................................................ 66
Continuous Improvement           Continuous Improvement & Implementation Center of Excellence........... 67
& Implementation
                                 Assistive Technology Academy ............................................................. 68
                                 Early Childhood Services ......................................................................... 69
Student Behavior &
Support                          Educator Effectiveness ............................................................................ 70
                                 Implementation Science ......................................................................... 72
                                 Multi-Level System of Support Network ................................................. 74
                                 Regional Service Network (RSN) ............................................................ 75
                                 Site Specific Technical Assistance ......................................................... 76
                                 Special Education Consultation............................................................. 77
                                 Title I Statewide Network ......................................................................... 78
                                 Transition Advisory Network (TAN) .......................................................... 79
                                 Parent - Educator Network (WSPEI) ....................................................... 80
                                 Student Behavior and Support Center of Excellence ........................ 81
                                 Non-Violent Crisis Intervention ................................................................ 82
                                 PBIS ............................................................................................................... 83

                         General Services
                             Dialogue with Attorney ............................................................................ 84
                             Jefferson County Head Start .................................................................. 85
                             Driver Education ........................................................................................ 86
                             JEDI Virtual School..................................................................................... 87
                             Innovative Student Loan Solutions ......................................................... 88
                             Rock County’s Birth to Three Program .................................................. 89

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                         Table of Contents (continued)
                         General Services (continued)
                            Union Grove Special Education Consortium ....................................... 90
Quick Links                 Vocational Opportunities and Assistance ............................................ 91

                         Statewide Services
 Curriculum &                CESA Statewide Services ......................................................................... 92
 Coaching                    CESA Purchasing ....................................................................................... 93
                             Google Apps for Education .................................................................... 94
Language & Culture           Equitable Multi-Level System of Support in Wisconsin (E-MLSS) ........ 95
                             Wisconsin PBIS Network ............................................................................ 96
Digital Leadership &         Wisconsin Transition Improvement Grant ............................................. 97
Learning                     Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools ..................................................... 98

Specialized Services
& Staffing

Data & Systems
Analysis

Continuous Improvement
& Implementation

Student Behavior &
Support

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                              Welcome from the Agency Administrator
                         Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year!

                         We are excited to offer new services to CESA 2
                         districts, in addition to the core services on which
                         you’ve come to rely. Your input has been the
                         impetus for the new service offerings this year and
                         those we’re considering for next year.

                         Addressing the Substitute Shortage
                         Securing substitutes has been a pain point for
                         districts across the state. To help alleviate the
                         shortage, CESA 2 developed an online training
                                                                                     Dan Hanrahan
                         program for potential substitutes to earn                 CESA 2 Administrator
                         licensure. Nearly 400 individuals have taken the
                         online training or participated in an in-person training. That’s 400 more
                         substitutes available to districts around the state.

                         We have also developed a relationship with Rachel Wixey and Associates
                         to provide substitute recruitment and management services to districts.
                         This, combined with a larger pool of substitutes, is intended to make your
                         life easier.

                         ESL and Bilingual Ad-On Licensure Opportunities
                         To better meet the diverse needs of our districts, we plan to offer ESL and
                         Bilingual Add-On Licensure opportunities, pending WI-DPI approval. This
                         new service would offer 1-year and 2-year licensure programs for teachers
                         to add-on an ESL or Bilingual license.

                         ISTE Certification
                         CESA 2 is one of only 11 agencies in the world to offer ISTE Certification for
                         educators. This digital credential recognizes educators who understand
                         how to transform teaching pedagogy with digital learning.

                         Other new services include School Social Work, Micro-Credentialing, and
                         Grant Writing. You can learn more about these beginning on page 12 of
                         this catalog.

                         We look forward to a continued strong partnership with your district and
                         wish you a successful school year.

                         Dan Hanrahan, CESA 2 Agency Administrator

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                              CESA 2 Agency Administration
                              Description: The Agency Administration incorporates the complete
                              operation of CESA 2 services, facilities, and connections with district
                              administrators, the Board of Control and other stakeholders.

                               Primary Responsibilities
                               Chief executive officer and legal agent on behalf of the Board of
                                  Control
                               Advisor to the Board of Control on Agency matters, including
                                  programs, budgets and policies
                               Arrangement of Professional Advisory Council (PAC) meetings to
                                  obtain its counsel for the Administrator and the Board of Control
                               Agendas for Board of Control, PAC, and other groups
                               Representation at DPI, CESA statewide, and other educational
                                  organizations and entities
                               Maintenance of an office with the necessary facilities for
                                  professional development and communication with school
                                  districts
                               Provision, management, and evaluation of all staff members,
                                  recommending salaries and implementing Board of Control
                                  policies, rules, and regulations
                               Preparation and supervision of the administrative budget and
                                  program budgets
                               Assurance of federal and state reports
                               Maintenance of property, equipment, and inventory
                               Maintenance of and recommendations for insurance policies,
                                  investments and statistical data
                               Dissemination of information to districts, media, and Board of
                                  Control
                               A system of determining services for districts and execution of
                                  contracts for these services.
                               Promotion of new programs and services
                               Liaison between DPI and local districts
                               Supervision of and recommendations for various CESA offices
                                  throughout the CESA 2 area

                               Primary Stakeholders
                               District Administrators
                               CESA 2 Board of Control
                               Local School Boards
                               CESA 2 Department Directors

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                              Board of Control

                              The Board of Control is an 11-member board representing geographical
                              clusters in CESA 2. Each member of the Board of Control is a member of
                              his or her school board.

                              The Board of Control:
                                Sets policies
                                Authorizes expenditures of all funds
                                Appoints an Agency Administrator
                                Approves service contracts with local school districts
                                Receives funding from districts paying for services, state categorical
                                 aid, and state and federal grants

                              The members of the Board of Control are elected by a delegate
                              assembly made up of representatives from the seventy-four school
                              districts served by CESA 2.

                              Board of Control members serve three-year terms.

                                The following members currently make up the Board of
                                Control:

                                        Nancy Thompson, Chairperson—Waterloo
                                        Tom Bush, Vice-Chairperson—Deerfield
                                        Barbara Fischer, Treasurer—Elkhorn Area
                                        Cindy Beuthin—Wisconsin Heights
                                        Karl Dommershausen—Janesville
                                        Kathy Klein—Edgerton
                                        Rick Mason—Lake Mills
                                        Wayne Trongeau—Wilmot UHS
                                        Marian Viney—Belleville
                                        Jim Wahl—Brodhead
                                        Taylor Wishau—Burlington Area

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                              CESA Membership
                              The Membership Fees districts pay to their CESAs were established to
                              support the operational expenses of the CESA Agency Administrator
                              and Board of Control. Please note that CESAs no longer receive any
                              direct operational funding from the state of Wisconsin.

                              For 2019-2020, the membership fee for CESA 2 will be comprised of a
                              flat fee based on district size and a per pupil rate of $0.60. The student
                              counts for the districts are from the certified enrollment files from the
                              Department of Public Instruction for the 2018-2019 school year.

                              The flat fee for the four tiers based on district size:
                              Small (0-1,000 students): $1,100
                              Intermediate (1,001-2,000 students): $1,200
                              Medium (2,001-4,000 students): $1,400
                              Large (4,001+ students): $1,500

                              Leadership Support for Member Districts
                              In today’s dynamic education climate, it is useful to have
                              places to network with colleagues and learn from each other. CESA
                              2 offers a variety of opportunities for district leaders to collaborate
                              and share their ideas, including:

                              Legislative Breakfasts
                              CESA 2 holds a monthly Legislative Breakfast when the State
                              Legislature is in session. The meetings provide an opportunity for
                              superintendents to talk with legislators in an informal setting and for
                              legislators to share their work that is focused on or will have an
                              impact on public education in our state.

                              Professional Advisory Committee (PAC)
                              CESA 2’s Agency Administrator and its Board of Control are
                              advised by the administrators of the 74 member school districts. The
                              Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) meets monthly. All CESA 2
                              school district administrators are invited to attend the PAC meetings.
                              Affinity groups are coordinated based on the interests of the district
                              administrators.

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                              Districts by Size Based on Student Enrollment

                                     Small        Intermediate           Medium                     Large
                                     0-1000         1,001-2,000          2,001-4,000                4,001+

                                                 Small                                     Intermediate
                        Albany                    Palmyra-Eagle                        Beloit Turner
                        Belleville                Paris J1                             Brodhead
                        Big Foot UHS              Parkview                             Central Westosha UHS
                        Brighton #1               Randall J1                           Clinton Community
                        Bristol #1                Raymond #14                          East Troy Community
                        Cambridge                 Salem
                                                                                       Edgerton
                        Deerfield                 Sharon J11
                                                                                       Evansville
                        Dover #1                  Silver Lake J1
                                                                                       Jefferson
                        Fontana J8                Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated
                                                                                       Lake Geneva J1
                        Geneva J4                 Twin Lakes #4
                        Genoa City J2             Union Grove J1                       Lake Geneva-Genoa
                                                                                       City UHS
                        Johnson Creek             Union Grove UHS
                                                                                       Lake Mills Area
                        Juda                      Walworth J1
                                                                                       Marshall
                        Linn J4                   Washington- Caldwell
                                                                                       Waterford Graded J1
                        Linn J6                   Waterloo
                        Monticello                Wheatland J1                         Waterford UHS
                        New Glarus                Williams Bay                         Whitewater Unified
                        North Cape                Wisconsin Heights                    Wilmot UHS
                        Norway J7                 Yorkville J2

                                                Medium                                            Large
                                                                                       Beloit
                        Burlington                Monona Grove
                                                                                       Janesville
                        DeForest Area             Monroe
                                                                                       Madison Metropolitan
                        Delavan-Darien            Mount Horeb                          McFarland
                        Elkhorn                   Stoughton                            Middleton-Cross Plains
                                                                                       Area
                        Fort Atkinson             Watertown
                                                                                       Oregon
                        Milton
                                                                                       Sun Prairie Area
                                                                                       Verona Area
                                                                                       Waunakee Community

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                              Regional Liaisons

                              CESA 2 established liaisons in 2014 to ensure a greater level of direct
                              contact with each district.

                              There are two regional liaisons serving the districts of CESA 2. They
                              meet with superintendents individually and as groups within
                              particular geographic areas.

                              The role of the liaison is to listen closely to district superintendents
                              and leadership teams to determine areas of need and trends
                              across districts. These connections allow CESA 2 to better develop
                              services to meet district needs and co-create innovative solutions
                              with our district partners.

                               The liaisons serve CESA 2 districts in the following regions :

     For more information:
     Ron Dayton,
     Liaison, Consultant
     608.520.6180
     ron.dayton@cesa2.org

                               Ron Dayton                                  Lynée Tourdot
                               Dane County Region                          Rock County Region
                               Green County Region                         Racine/Kenosha County Region
  Dr. Lynée Tourdot            Eastern Dane/Jefferson County Region
  Regional Liaison,            Walworth County Region
  Instructional Coach, ELL
  Consultant
  608.843.6910
  lynee.tourdot@cesa2.org

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                            New and Expanded Services for 2019-2020
                            ESL and Bilingual Add-On Licensure
                            To better meet the diverse needs of our districts, we plan to offer ESL and
                            Bilingual Add-On Licensure opportunities, pending WI-DPI approval. This
                            new service would offer 1-year and 2-year licensure programs for
                            teachers to add-on an ESL or Bilingual license. Learn more.

                            Substitute Management Solutions
                            CESA 2 has partnered with Rachel Wixey & Associates to deliver
                            innovative substitute recruitment and management solutions for school
                            districts.

                            Substitute Training License
                            To help alleviate the shortage of substitute teachers, CESA 2 developed
                            an online training program for potential substitutes to earn licensure.
                            Nearly 400 individuals have taken the online training or participated in an
                            in-person training. Learn more.

                            ISTE Educator Certification
                            CESA 2 is one of only eight organizations chosen to provide the national
                            training needed for ISTE Educator Certification. Learn more.

                            Micro-Credentials
                            Micro-credentialing is an opportunity for educators to learn on their own
                            time, pace, and place. Learning is structured in an online platform with
                            learning experiences, research, and application. Learning is supported
                            with email and video conference communication to enable clarity and
                            success. Learn more.

                            School Social Work
                            CESA 2 now offers school social work services. Curricula available to
                            districts will include anti-bullying, sex ed, and emotional coaching for
                            teachers working with students. Contact Stephanie Woloshin at
                            stephanie.woloshin@cesa2.org to learn more.
For more information:
Dan Hanrahan                Technical Assistance (TA) Network for Improvement
CESA 2 Administrator        The CESA 2 TA Network is a team of expert consultants supported by DPI
dan.hanrahan@cesa2.org      funding from both ESSA and IDEA. This integrated and collaborative
                            network will guide district and school leadership teams as they work to
                            continuously improve their equitable multi -level systems of support.
                            Teams will work collaboratively to analyze current systems, design next
                            steps, and use implementation science to effectively improve outcomes
                            and close achievement gaps by ensuring equitable access to learning.
                            Contact Mary Jo Ziegler at maryjo.ziegler@cesa2.org to learn more.
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                            New and Expanded Services for 2019-2020
                            The Innovative Leaders Network
                            This Network is an opportunity for new (and veteran) school leaders to
                            learn with and from one another. Join peers for a facilitated book study
                            and guest speakers around topics of emerging educational trends.
                            Contact Valerie Schmitz at valerie.schmitz@cesa2.org to learn more.
                            Grant Writing
                            Understanding the need for financial resources outside traditional K-12
                            funding, CESA 2 now offers grant identification and grant writing services
                            to allow you to focus on what you do best. Our consultants have written
                            hundreds of grants to help school districts meet their professional
                            development and other needs.
                            Contact Valerie Schmitz at valerie.schmitz@cesa2.org to learn more.

                            New Teacher Mentor Project
                            CESA 2 introduced a New Teacher Mentor Project in 2018-2019,
                            utilizing the work and training of the New Teacher Center, a national non-
                            profit organization dedicated to improving student learning by guiding a
                            new generation of educators. The initial cohort of 50 mentors from 14
                            districts will continue through the next school year and a second cohort is
                            expected to be added. Learn more.

                            Strategic Visioning and Planning
                            CESA 2, working with pioneers in organization design and social
                            systems theory, has developed a method and set of tools to help districts
                            transform themselves. We work from a set of principles: that people
                            understand best what they help to design; that people care more about
                            what they help to design; that organization design properly includes
                            holistic attention to function, structure, and processes within the unique
                            context surrounding the organization to be designed; that system
                            problems and solutions advance iteratively over time; that it is possible to
                            influence the future, not just wait for it to occur.
                            Contact Dan Hanrahan at dan.hanrahan@cesa2.org to learn more.

For more information:
Dan Hanrahan
CESA 2 Administrator
dan.hanrahan@cesa2.org

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                               New Services Being Considered
                               CESA 2 consultants and leaders are continually conducting research
                               and development to determine new and impactful ways to serve
                               member districts and save you time and money.

                               Below are services currently being considered as part of our research
                               and development process.

                               Special Education Director Services
                               CESA 2 is considering offering Special Education Director Services to
                               districts in need of this leadership role. The CESA 2 Special Education
                               Director would assume the responsibilities of administering and
                               managing Special Education instructional staff for all aspects of
                               programs and services for children with special education needs.
                               If this is a service you would like CESA 2 to offer, please contact Tracy
                               Elger at tracy.elger@cesa2.org to learn more.

                               District Assessment Coordinator (DAC) Services
                               CESA 2 is considering the development of DAC services to school
                               districts. This service will assume the role of the district DAC,
                               communicating appropriate testing procedures for all required
                               assessments throughout your district, training staff on appropriate
                               testing procedures, and facilitating data summits to help districts
                               understand their testing results and district report cards.

                               How Can We Help?
                               If your district is interested in the possibility of any of these offerings or
                               has a need that is unmet, please contact Dan Hanrahan, Agency
                               Administrator, at dan.hanrahan@cesa2.org.

For more information:
Dan Hanrahan
CESA 2 Administrator
dan.hanrahan@cesa2.org

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                              Centers of Excellence
                              CESA 2 recognizes that the world of education is dynamic. The Centers
                              of Excellence are the services in which CESA 2 has established
                              designated areas of expertise to best support educators, schools, and
                              districts. Our services in these Centers of Excellence are designed to
                              enable educators and leaders to utilize best practices, become
                              leaders in their fields, and to continually enhance their strengths.

                              Professional Development Packages
                              CESA 2 offers professional development packages for in-district work.
                              Packages purchased on the annual contract or through a Request for
For more information:
                              Services before June 1, 2019 are eligible for discounted rates.
Tracy Elger
Executive Director of
Integrated Programs &         Single Day Rate: $1,000
Services                      Four day retainer package: $950/day plus mileage (5% discount)
262.473.1443                  Ten day retainer package: $850/day plus mileage (15% discount)
tracy.elger@cesa2.org
                              Districts may customize these days to include any combination
                              of in-district coaching or training for individuals or groups of
                              teachers and/or leadership teams. Packaged retainer days may be
                              pre-purchased to be used on consultant design and delivery of
                              customized professional development.

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                              Senior Directors for the Centers of Excellence

                                     Curriculum and Coaching

                              Mary Jo Ziegler has worked in diverse educational
                              settings for over 30 years. The first 15 years of her
                              career were spent in classrooms teaching grades
                              2-8. After earning a M.S. in Reading, she moved
                              into an instructional coaching and intervention
                              role at Sherman Middle School in Madison. A
                              second Master’s Degree in Educational
                              Leadership led to roles as district instructional
                              resource teacher, a literacy coordinator, PK-12
                              director of instruction, and DPI Consultant.

                              Over the years, Mary Jo has worked to support
                              educators as they design engaging and effective
                              learning opportunities that motivate achievement
                              by building routines and scaffolds that guide
                              students through successful learning experiences.

                                     Language and Culture

                              Tere Masiarchin has worked in the field of
                              culturally and linguistically diverse education since
                              1996 when she began teaching adults English as
                              an Additional Language while serving as an
                              AmeriCorps volunteer. She completed her Master
                              's in Teaching English as a Second Language from
                              the University of Minnesota, Mankato in 1999 and
                              began her career teaching Multilingual Learners.
                              She later earned her K-12 Administrator and
                              Curriculum Licenses from Marian University. Prior to
                              joining CESA 2, Tere worked for CESA 6 and in
                              districts as an EL/Bilingual Program Director,
                              Director of Grants, K-12 EL teacher, and an
                              EvenStart Teacher. Tere has worked with school
                              districts throughout the country providing highly
                              engaging and effective professional
                              development, EL program evaluations, EL
                              Shadowing, and coaching. Tere has been
                              presenting at state and national conferences,
                              often as a keynote speaker, for 18 years.

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                              Senior Directors for the Centers of Excellence

                                     Digital Leadership and Learning

                              Beth Clarke is an innovative educator, whose
                              passion lies in digital leadership. She loves working
                              with districts and teachers to unleash potential by
                              leveraging digital tools and resources. Beth
                              earned her undergraduate degree in Art
                              Education and graduate degree in Instructional
                              Technology from UW-Whitewater. Additionally, she
                              has earned her Education Administration
                              licenses for Principalship and Director of
                              Curriculum and Instruction from Edgewood
                              College. Beth has a love of learning and applying
                              new strategies to classroom opportunities,
                              professional learning, and presentations.

                                     Specialized Services and Staffing

                              Stephanie Cobbs Woloshin, M.S., CCC-SLP/
                              Certified Autism Specialist. Stephanie is a
                              practicing speech-language pathologist and
                              certified autism specialist with 26 years of
                              experience and national, state and DPI
                              certifications.

                              Stephanie works closely with speech-language
                              pathologists in the CESA 2 region to keep them
                              updated on current issues in the field and helps
                              local districts coordinate service provision to
                              students with disabilities in the following areas:
                              Educational Audiology, Deaf and Hard-of-
                              Hearing, Visually Impaired, Orientation and
                              Mobility, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy,
                              and Speech-Language Disability.

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                                     Data and Systems Analysis

                              Ed O’Connor, Ph.D. had served the Monona
                              Grove School District for 15 years as a school
                              psychologist and Director of Continuous
                              Improvement and Assessment before joining CESA
                              2. He has worked at all levels from 4K-12 and also
                              lectures at the collegiate level in the School
                              Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin-
                              Madison. Ed has longstanding research interests in
                              the areas of early literacy instruction and
                              assessment, bridging the research-practice gap,
                              systems change and models of continuous
                              improvement in education, and preparing
                              students to be “college and career ready.” Ed is a
                              frequent presenter on these topics at state and
                              national conferences.

                                       Integrated Systems and
                                       Implementation Science

                              Dr. Valerie Schmitz is the Educator Data and
                              Practice Specialist for CESA 2. In this position,
                              Valerie leads the regional work for educator
                              development and district implementation of the
                              Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness System, as well
                              as data analysis and school improvement. Valerie
                              has deep expertise in this work, serving as the
                              Educator Effectiveness Coordinator at CESA 6 for
                              four years. She has assisted districts with the
                              implementation of both Educator Effectiveness
                              and the Effectiveness Project. She also has deep
                              expertise in data analysis, systems analysis, and
                              school improvement. Valerie has earned a Ph.D. in
                              Education with a specialization in Instructional
                              Design for Online Learning as well as an Ed.D. in
                              Educational Leadership. She also holds a M.Ed. in
                              Technology Education as well as an M.Ed. in
                              Educational Leadership.

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                                       Student Behavior and Support

                              Tracy Elger, Ed.S. is the Executive Director of
                              Integrated Programs and Services and currently
                              serves as the Senior Director for Student Behavior
                              and Support. Tracy has been with CESA 2 since
                              2015. As Executive Director, she is responsible for
                              aligning CESA 2 programs and services with district
                              needs.

                              Tracy serves on the Executive Cabinet, which
                              functions as the agency’s executive leadership
                              council. Tracy has both a Master’s and an
                              Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degree from the
                              University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is licensed as
                              a teacher, building principal, director of special
                              education, and superintendent.

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                              Consultants for the Centers of Excellence

                              Elizabeth Witter Freeman, Ph.D. has been
                              supporting CESA 2 schools since 2015. Her areas of
                              specialty include school systems, school
                              improvement, data analysis, strategic planning,
                              RtI/E-MLSS, and pupil service delivery. Elizabeth
                              practiced as a School Psychologist near Madison,
                              WI after receiving her doctorate in Educational
                              Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-
                              Madison in 2007.

                              Diane Jensen has over 30 years of teaching
                              experience as a middle and high school
                              special education teacher, instructional coach,
                              and most recently as a 5th grade general
                              education teacher. The majority of Diane’s career
                              was at Monona Grove High School as a special
                              education teacher and instructional coach with
                              an emphasis on college and career readiness
                              skills, differentiation, and effective instructional
                              practices. This is Diane’s 6th year working
                              exclusively with teachers via professional
                              development and on-site coaching experiences.

                              Ron Dayton is the lead on the CESA 2 Liaison
                              Project outreach effort. Ron is a trained consultant
                              in SMART goal setting, Educator Effectiveness, and
                              systems planning. Previously, Ron had been the
                              superintendent at the Cambridge School District
                              for 12 years. He spent 13 years in elementary
                              classroom teaching and 32 years in school and
                              district level administrative leadership.

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                              Consultants for the Centers of Excellence

                              Lynée Tourdot, Ph.D. was a teacher for 11 years
                              and an administrator for 15 years in both small
                              rural and urban districts with diverse populations.
                              She has a Master’s Degree in Education and a
                              Ph.D. from UW-Madison in Leadership for Social
                              Justice. Lynée consults in areas of Educator
                              Effectiveness, Effectiveness Project, English
                              Learners, Instructional Coaching, and WISEData.
                              Lynée is also a Superintendent Liaison with the
                              CESA 2 Liaison Project.

                              Steven Mijajlovic is a Curriculum and Coaching
                              Consultant with CESA 2. Steven comes to CESA 2
                              with ten years of experience in Mathematics and
                              STEM across all grades. He taught mathematics in
                              Chicago Public Schools and the suburbs, and
                              most recently was working as a STEM Curriculum
                              and Instructional Coach in the Chicago suburbs.
                              Steven received his Master of Science in
                              Education with a focus in Secondary Mathematics
                              Education at Northwestern University. His research
                              focused on developing student thinking through
                              writing and discourse.

                              Robin Rivas is a consultant in the Language and
                              Culture Center of Excellence supporting the areas
                              of Language Acquisition, English Learners, and
                              Bilingual/Multicultural Education. Robin has
                              worked as a teacher and administrator for 34
                              years with culturally and linguistically diverse
                              populations. She worked in Milwaukee Public
                              Schools as a teacher and administrator and
                              Racine Unified School District as the Executive
                              Director of the Department of Language
                              Acquisition. Robin has also taught future
                              educators at the University of Wisconsin-
                              Milwaukee. She has a Master’s Degree in urban
                              education with a focus on multicultural education
                              and is currently working on her doctorate degree
                              researching RTI and English Language Learners.

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                              Consultants for the Centers of Excellence

                              Karen Russell is an Early Childhood Program
                              Support Teacher at CESA 2. She comes to this
                              position with over 20 years of experience as a
                              teacher working with children and families in a
                              variety of settings as an ECSE teacher within
                              school district programming, an Early
                              Interventionist with Birth to Three Programming,
                              and as a 4K and 5K teacher. Karen holds
                              undergraduate and graduate degrees in the
                              field of early childhood education and
                              special education.

                              Nicole Aldworth is an Early Childhood Program
                              Support Teacher at CESA 2. She joins CESA 2 with
                              almost 20 years of experience working with
                              young children and their families. Nicole spent
                              most of her career working in the Sun Prairie
                              Area School District and Marshall Public Schools
                              teaching Early Childhood Special Education, 4K,
                              and 5K. She holds undergraduate and graduate
                              degrees in the field of early childhood
                              education, special education. Providing rich
                              and engaging early literacy opportunities for all
                              children is a passion of hers, along with
                              coaching and support of those working with
                              young children.

                              Carlene Chavez is a Wisconsin Statewide Parent-
                              Educator Initiative (WSPEI) Family Engagement
                              Coordinator for CESA 2. Her role is to create
                              stronger connections and engagement
                              between schools and the families that they
                              serve.

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                              Hector Portillo joined CESA 2 in 2018 as a Family
                              Engagement Coordinator. His work is part of the
                              Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative
                              (WSPEI) and his role is to create stronger
                              connections and engagement between schools
                              and the families that they serve.

                              Prior to joining CESA 2, Hector worked as an
                              Academic Case Manager at the Latino
                              Academy of Workforce Development (LAWD).
                              He graduated with a degree in Public
                              Administration and Political Sciences from
                              Universidad Autὀnomo de Chiuahua./CD
                              Juárez.

                              Donna Hutson is the Professional Resource
                              Center (PRC) Consultant, DPI’s ATLC Director,
                              and the Accounts Payable Associate at
                              CESA 2. She's from Lake Mills, Wisconsin. For 20
                              years, Donna was the librarian for Lake Mills
                              School District. After that, she worked at the Lake
                              Mills Public Library. Donna enjoys visiting districts
                              to share the many and varied PRC offerings that
                              support student learning.

                              Jill Gierach is a teacher with a Master’s degree in
                              teaching children with multiple disabilities and is
                              a certified instructional coach. Jill holds a
                              teaching license in assistive technology, and
                              national certification by RESNA as an assistive
                              technology practitioner. She has advanced
                              training in AT assessment, non-verbal reading
                              assessment, environmental communication
                              teaching, and Tangible Symbols communication.
                              She was the last director of the Wisconsin Assistive
                              Technology Initiative and, as such, the editor and
                              contributing author of the 2009 WATI ASNAT
                              manual. Jill established the Assistive Technology
                              Academy and Assistive Technology Library and
                              continues to support those services at CESA 2.

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                               A strong, integrated and articulated curriculum, along with
                               highly skilled teachers ensures students perform to their
                               highest potential. CESA 2 consultants provide comprehensive
                               support for curriculum and a coaching model that enables
                               educators to continuously improve their systems and
                               practices.

                               Services in this Center of Excellence include:
                                  Curriculum and Coaching Implementation
                                         Literacy
                                         Mathematics
                                  Co-Teaching
For more information:
Mary Jo Ziegler                   Early Learning
Senior Director                   Pk-12 Effective Practices for Instruction
Coaching and Curriculum           New Teacher Mentor Project
Center of Excellence
608.655.1444
                                  Professional Resource Center
maryjo.ziegler@cesa2.org

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                                Curriculum and Coaching Implementation
                                CESA 2 Literacy and Mathematics Consultants intentionally integrate
                                effective instruction, college and career ready state standards, and
                                workshop model structures to support personalized instruction. These
                                highly trained facilitators guide curriculum design, create school
                                improvement plans, and work with leadership teams to define
                                initiatives and provide in-class coaching to support implementation.

                                Literacy Services
                                (Reading, Disciplinary Literacy, Writing, Speaking, Listening,
                                and Language)

                                CESA 2 literacy consultants are available to support the
                                implementation of English Language Arts and Literacy State
                                Standards 4K-12. CESA 2 offers literacy consultants who are 317
                                licensed reading specialists to support implementation of literacy
                                curriculum and compliance with state statutes. They can serve as the
                                district’s in-house reading specialist, if needed.

                                Literacy services are available to provide in-district professional
                                development, workshops, and coaching that:

                                    Support literacy leaders in a variety of contexts to include
                                       guiding leadership teams and professional learning
                                       communities.
                                      Provide teachers with professional development, coaching,
                                       and in-class support
                                      Unpack the ELA and Disciplinary Literacy standards to develop
                                       clear learning targets that guide instruction
                                      Work with educators of all levels in understanding and using
                                       both formative and summative assessment data to analyze
                                       curriculum and instruction
                                      Customize multi-level systems of support including:
                                          Universal literacy instruction
For more information:                     Strategic assessment
Mary Jo Ziegler                           Effective implementation
Senior Director                           Other ELA topics
608.655.1444
                                   Customized services provided in-district or to groups of districts
maryjo.ziegler@cesa2.org
                                   upon request.

                                   Workshops on literacy topics and literacy initiatives are held
                                   throughout the year at CESA 2.

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                                Mathematics Services
                                CESA 2 Mathematics consultants are available to support the
                                implementation of Wisconsin State Standards for Mathematics in
                                grades 4K-12.

                                Mathematics services are available to provide in-district professional
                                development, workshops, and coaching that:

                                   Support mathematics leaders in a variety of contexts
                                   Provide teachers with professional development, coaching, and
                                    in-class support

                                   Support implementation of high-quality instructional materials
                                    and provide ongoing professional learning opportunities on the
                                    selected materials
                                          OER Fully-Aligned Instructional Materials, including Engage
                                           NY and Illustrative Mathematics
                                   Provide professional learning and engagement around student
                                    learning trajectories focused on developmentally appropriate
                                    mathematics for early childhood.
                                   Unpack standards to develop clear learning targets and guide
                                    instruction
                                   Work with educators of all levels in understanding and using both
                                    formative and summative assessment data to analyze curriculum
                                    and instruction
                                   Customize multi-level systems of support including:
                                     Universal mathematics instruction
                                     Strategic Assessment
                                     Effective implementation of practice standards
                                     Other mathematics topics
For more information:                 Guide meetings and professional learning communities
Steven Mijajlovic
                                Customized services provided in-district or to groups of districts upon
Curriculum & Coaching
                                request.
Consultant
224.595.4646                    Workshops on mathematics topics and mathematics initiatives are
steven.mijajlovic@cesa2.org     also held throughout the year at CESA 2.

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                               Co-Teaching
                               Co-Teaching is generally defined as two licensed
                               educators, often a special education teacher or EL
                               specialist and a general education teacher, sharing equal
                               responsibility for planning, delivering, evaluating instruction,
                               and learning to meet the diverse needs of students in a
                               shared space.

                               The overarching goal of co-teaching is to combine and
                               expand upon the expertise of both professionals for the
                               benefit of all students assigned to them.

                               CESA 2 has been instrumental in shaping co-teaching
                               practices both in districts and at the state level with its
                               involvement in the Department of Public Instruction’s
                               Co-Teaching Workgroup. CESA 2 staff have presented on co-
                               teaching around the state and have informed the creation of
                               DPI’s Co-Teaching Toolkit.

                               Services Provided
      For more information:
      Tracy Elger              CESA 2 staff are available for workshops around what co-
      Executive Director of    teaching is, incorporating Universal Design for Learning
      Integrated Programs &    practices into the co-taught classroom, effective instruction in
      Services                 the co-taught classroom, and specially designed instruction.
      262.473.1443
      tracy.elger@cesa2.org    Coaching is available either in conjunction with or separate
                               from the workshops.

      Diane Jensen
      Instructional Coach
      608.225.0000
      diane.jensen@cesa2.org

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                                  Early Learning Services
                                  Early Childhood services include a variety of support trainings
                                  and technical assistance to districts within the CESA 2 region.
                                  These services are provided at no cost through IDEA Preschool
                                  Discretionary Grant dollars. Emphasis is placed on best practice
                                  approaches to the care and education of young child,
                                  including the areas of LRE/Preschool Options, Child Outcomes,
                                  Child Find, and Birth to Three Transitions.

                                  Additional Services Include:

                                     Networking opportunities for both regular and special
                                      education providers

                                     Trainings to meet identified needs

                                     Ongoing training and coaching in the areas of:
                                         Literacy development
                                         Social and emotional skills
      For more information:              Functional and ongoing assessment
      Karen Russell                      IEP process
      Early Childhood                    Supporting culturally responsive practices
      Consultant
      608.228.4827
      karen.russell@cesa2.org

      Nicole Aldworth
      Early Childhood
      Consultant
      920.382.5999
      nicole.aldworth@cesa2.org

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                               Effective Practices for Instruction
                               CESA 2 recognizes that the world of education is dynamic. The
                               services offered in the area of instruction are designed to enable
                               educators to utilize best practices, become leaders in their field,
                               and to continually enhance their strengths.

                               Districts can contract for 4 day or 10 day packages either on their
                               annual contract or through a separate service agreement.
                               Packages pre-bought before June 30th, 2018 will be eligible to
                               receive a discount off of the CESA 2 daily rate.

                               Effective Practices 4-Day or 10-Day packages for:

                                  Digital Learning
                                  English Learners
                                  Instruction
                                  Literacy
                                  Math

                               Single Day Rate: $1,000.00
                               Four day retainer package: $950.00/day plus mileage (5% dis-
                               count)
                               Ten day retainer package: $850.00/day plus mileage (15% dis-
                               count)

                               Districts may customize these days to include any combination
                               of in-district coaching or training for individuals or groups of
                               teachers and/or leadership teams. Packaged retainer days may
                               be pre-purchased to be used on consultant design and delivery of
                               customized professional development.

                               For more information, contact Tracy Elger, Executive Director of
For more information:
                               Integrated Programs and Services.
Tracy Elger
Executive Director of
Integrated Programs &
Services
262.473.1443
tracy.elger@cesa2.org

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                                  New Teacher Mentor Project
                                  CESA 2 introduced the New Teacher Mentor Project for the 2018-
                                  2019 school year utilizing the work and training of the New Teacher
                                  Center, a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving
                                  student learning by guiding a new generation of educators.

                                  Research on the program has shown the students of new teachers
                                  whose mentors are trained by the New Teacher Center have an
                                  additional 2-6 months growth in Reading and Math per year as
                                  compared to other mentor programs. The research has also shown a
                                  retention rate more than 30% higher than in districts that use other
                                  mentor programs.

                                  The model is designed to work in any district of any size to support
                                  districts in the mentoring of new teachers. Our initial cohort of 50
                                  mentors from 14 districts will continue through the next school year
                                  and a second cohort is expected to be added for this year.

                                  Project Goals
                                      Establish a cadre of high-quality, well-trained mentors for
                                         districts
                                      Develop a consortium-based model to support districts in
                                         mentoring new teachers
                                      Institute a research-based training program for mentors based
                                         on the work of the New Teacher Center

                                  Benefits and Outcomes
                                        Student learning is enhanced
                                        Effective teacher practices are accelerated
                                        Teacher recruitment rates increase
                                        Teacher retention rates increase
                                        The program becomes pervasive in buildings where it is in place
For more information:                    so that all teachers, including veteran educators and trained
Lynée Tourdot                            mentors, benefit from the training
Regional Liaison, Instructional
Coach, ELL Consultant                As the state moves to requiring mentor training for three years,
608.843.6910                         your new teachers deserve the best and most qualified mentors!
lynee.tourdot@cesa2.org

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                               The CESA 2 Language and Culture Center supports schools in
                               developing effective culturally and linguistically diverse
                               programs and educating all teachers and staff through high
                               quality, innovative, and collaborative professional
                               development.

                               Services in this Center of Excellence include:
                                  English Learners Network
                                  ESL and Bilingual Add-On Licensure
                                  Professional Development
                                  Program Evaluation
For more information:             Thinking Maps
Tere Masiarchin
Senior Director                   Title III Consortium
715.460.1086                      WIDA Screener & ACCESS Training and Administration
tere.masiarchin@cesa2.org

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                                English Language Learners Network

                                The CESA 2 ELL Network provides high quality professional
                                development and program support to school districts and
                                teachers with culturally and linguistically diverse students. We
                                facilitate the sharing of ideas, resources, and expertise within our
                                member districts.

                                Mission: As a group of educators we will build our capacity to meet the
                                linguistic, educational, social, and emotional needs of our English
                                Learners and their families by:

                                   Embracing multilingualism
                                   Building relationships
                                   Utilizing research and best practices
                                   Sharing resources
                                   Continuously improving

                                Benefits:

                                   4 full day meetings with materials and lunch
                                   Online resources for topics of network meetings
                                   Online office hours/coaching once a month
                                   Affinity (networking) groups on ELL topics based on districts' needs

                                Free for CESA 2 Title III Consortium District members!
                                Non - Title III Consortium member districts: $675/person

For more information:
Tere Masiarchin
Senior Director
715.460.1086
tere.masiarchin@cesa2.org

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                                ESL and Bilingual Add-On Licensures
                                Pending WI-DPI Approval

                                CESA 2 plans to offer 1-year and 2-year licensure programs for
                                teachers to add on an ESL or Bilingual license, pending WI-DPI
                                approval.

                                As educators, we know balance between theory and practice is
                                essential. CESA 2 plans to provide a foundation for understanding and
                                implementing language acquisition theories, culturally and
                                linguistically responsive teaching practices, and assessment of
                                multilingual learners. Our flexible learning format offers online
                                coursework, reflective and effective feedback, and collaboration
                                with others, so that all teachers are prepared to teach multilingual
                                learners.

                                 Professional Development
                                 CESA 2 offers a number of opportunities for educators to
                                 enhance their practice. Workshops are offered throughout the year
                                 focused on effective strategies for teaching students who are English
                                 Language Learners, including those on the topics of sheltering
                                 instruction and assessment, program development, dual language
                                 immersion, and determining language and/or disability.

                                 The Language and Culture Center also offers DLI/TWI/Bilingual
                                 program consultation and staff training. CESA 2 has expert
                                 consultants in these areas designed to serve all districts.

                                 The Language and Culture Center of Excellence offers online support
                                 through virtual professional development, virtual site visits, and online
                                 coaching for district staff. Administrators and teachers receive
For more information:            continuous support in implementing best practices and research-
Tere Masiarchin                  based programming for culturally and linguistically diverse learners.
Senior Director                  We will work with your team to determine and create personalized
715.460.1086
                                 professional development tailored to your specific needs.
tere.masiarchin@cesa2.org
                                 Online Book Studies
                                 Online book studies are offered 24/7 - anytime, anywhere
                                 professional development for administrators and staff.

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                              Program Evaluation and Other Services
                              CESA 2’s Language and Culture Center of Excellence offers
                              support to districts in the development of effective programs for
                              students who are English Language Learners.

                              The service includes a needs assessment specific to the district.
                              Services are tailored to the needs of the district based on the
                              results of the needs assessment, which may include an analysis of
                              relevant data, on-site meetings, the development of individual
                              English Language Development Plans (ELDP) and the development
                              or updating of the district’s plan for English Language Learners or
                              bilingual students.

                              Thinking Maps
                              This in-district professional learning opportunity is designed for
                              teachers and school leadership teams to use Thinking Maps as a
                              common visual language for applying and improving thinking
                              processes, communicating
                              ideas and points of view, and
                              assessing progress over time.

                              Thinking Maps is a visual thinking tool that provides a systemic
                              approach for all students to access content. By visualizing our
                              thinking, we create concrete images of abstract thoughts. These
                              patterns help all students reach higher levels of critical and creative
                              thinking by utilizing consistent visual patterns linked directly to eight
                              specific thought processes.

                              WIDA Screener & ACCESS Training and Administration
                              The CESA 2 Language and Culture Center provides support for you
                              to meet the legal needs regarding identification, assessment, and
For more information:         reclassification of ELs. Our staff are certified in administering the
Tere Masiarchin
                              WIDA Screeners (K, Grades 1-12) and WIDA ACCESS (K, Grades 1-
Senior Director
715.460.1086                  12). Additionally, we provide the training needed to complete the
tere.masiarchin@cesa2.org     WIDA courses for staff to become certified in administered the WIDA
                              Screener, ACCESS (K, Grades 1-12), and Alternative ACCESS. We
                              provide the training on-site in your district or at CESA 2 (WIDA
                              Screener training is in August and the WIDA ACCESS trainings are
                              November).

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                                Title III Consortium
                                Districts can join the CESA 2 Title III Consortium and receive full Title III
                                consortium benefits. A yearly consortium needs assessment is
                                conducted to determine the specific needs of the consortium
                                member districts.

                                Benefits of the CESA 2 Title III Consortium:
                                   4 full day EL Network Meetings
                                   Free or reduced cost for EL professional development events
                                   Online resources to share and use within the consortium district
                                   Online support and/or site visits
                                   Reduced cost for in-district professional development

                                Districts receiving $1-$2,000 Title III funds receive full consortium
                                benefits.

                                Districts receiving $2,000-$10,000 Title III funds receive full consortium
                                benefits and can be reimbursed for grant approved expenditures
                                above $2,000.

                                Districts receiving over $10,000 may join the Title III Consortium to
                                receive full consortium benefits or districts may choose to join the EL
                                Network.

                                NEW: Title III Consortium Networks
                                The Language and Culture Center of Excellence welcomes a
                                partnership with other district Title III Consortia. If your district is a part
                                of a district Title III Consortium, contact the Language and Culture
                                Center of Excellence to determine how we can support your
                                consortium work through
                                   Professional development
                                   Online resources
For more information:              Program planning and development
Tere Masiarchin
Senior Director                    Language and Culture Center tips and newsletters
715.460.1086
tere.masiarchin@cesa2.org       How Can this Service Benefit Your District?
                                   Coordination of ESSA consortia activities
                                   Support to implement federal and state initiatives
                                   Helps school districts build capacity in serving ELs
                                   Professional development-based Title III consortium needs

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                               Effective implementation of a digital culture including strategic
                               planning and empowering pedagogy in a PreK-12 learning
                               environment have a direct impact on student achievement and
                               assure equity in education for all students. Critical to the success
                               of implementation is sustained vision, support, and guidance.

                               Services in this Center of Excellence include:

                                  Anytime/Anywhere Learning
                                  Collaborative Learning Networks
                                  Digital Leadership and the Future Ready District Framework
For more information:             ISTE Educator Certification
Beth Clarke
Senior Director                   Professional Learning
608.751.6427                      TEACH Learning Consortium
beth.clarke@cesa2.org

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