MCESC Title III Consortium
Districts who receive less than $10,000 in Title III funds, must join a consortium in order to receive their federal dollars. The MCESC has created a consortium for this purpose. If you are interested in joining this consortium, contact Dawna Rappach for more information.
Austintown, Campbell, Canfield, Columbiana, Jackson-Milton, Lowellville, Poland, Sebring, Southeast, South Range, Springfield, Struthers, West Branch, Western Reserve, Windham, Valley STEM, Youngstown Community
1. Develop tools, processes and service supports to better meet the needs of students identified as English Learners in Consortium districts.
2. Network with EL teachers/tutors to expand and enhance language and academic instruction programs to assist EL students in acquiring language and content.
Ohio Department of Education Resources
Ohio English Language Proficiency Assessment
U.S. Department of Education Resources
Colorin Colorado - For families and educators of English language learners
EverythingESL.net - A K-12 ESL resource from Judie Haynes, ESL teacher and ASCD author
Language Castle- For everyone who teaches young children who speak different languages