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Title IV-A Program Basics

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Title IV-A Program Basics

New Hampshire Summer Leadership Summit Conference, 2019   Tuesday, August 13, 2:30 - 3:30, and Wednesday, August 14, 10:45 - 11:45; Southern New Hampshire University



Resources, background, tricks, and tips, oh my!  This workshop covers everything you need to know to get going on your Title IV-A grants.  The information in this workshop is for beginners and veterans alike. 


Title IV-A Basics Workshop Objectives


In this Workshop Session, we will:

  • Emphasize the Title IV-A Program is about meeting needs of students/schools in one of the three focal areas.
  • Show how to design a Title IV-A program that can be properly evaluated for impact to students.
  • Describe how to enter a coherent Title IV-A program application in the online grants management system.
  • Review the DOE grant application approval process.
  • Share the resources and information in the Title IV-A Toolkit.



Title IV-A Basics Workshop Content



View the Title IV-A Basics Workshop on Google Drive.


Workshop Handouts

Title IV-A Zipping Your Grant Together

Title IV-A Process Checklist


Title IV-A Online Toolkit



Visit the Title IV-A Project Planning Toolkit online.



Title IV-A  Student Support and Academic Enrichment

Title IV-A Project Planning Toolkit

Grant Writing Jeopardy!  Workshop

          Every Student Succeeds Leadership Summit Resource Folder


Contact Information

Marcia McCaffrey             Marcia.McCaffrey@doe.nh.gov                 603.271.3193

Ashley Frame                   Ashley.Frame@doe.nh.gov                       603-271-6579
Stan Freeda                     Stanley.Freeda@doe.nh.gov                     603.271.5132






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