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Title IV, Part A Funds in Action — Floyd County Schools (GA)

In October 2020, Floyd County Schools (FCS), located in Georgia, launched a virtual homework help desk called “Focused Core Support.” Using Title IV, Part A funds, FCS provides current teachers with a stipend for helping to manage and support the virtual help desk. Students can sign up for tailored 20-minute one-on-one sessions with FCS math and English language arts (ELA) teachers via an online conferencing platform. The virtual homework help desk connects students with questions about a particular topic — for example, factoring quadratic equations for algebra I — with the appropriate teacher for additional support. Currently, FCS offers math support for grades K-12 Monday through Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and ELA support for grades 3-12 on Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Learn more about “Focused Core Support” here

Leveraging State Set-Aside Funds to Provide Innovative Training and Technical Assistance

Arizona Department of Education: Using Title IV-A state set-aside funds, leveraging internal staffing expertise, and collaborating with other state agencies and local partners, the ADE provides a variety of options for Title IV-A training and technical assistance to local education agencies across the state. This spotlight describes three standout approaches.

Using Licensed Mental Health Professionals to Support School Mental Health Programs

Nebraska Department of Education: In 2019, eight Nebraska school districts united their Title IV, Part A (Title IVA) Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant Program funds to create a consortium leveraging these dollars to deliver mental health services across the region. This spotlight describes the approach.