A Systems Approach to Improving Student and Educator Performance: Funding your Plans
Here's some federal money, what would you like to do with it? This is a question that many administrators pose or hear, but what if the question was, "What is your plan this year to improve performance? How can your federal funds support that?" Nathan Williamson, Indiana's Director of Title Grants and Support as well as a NAESPA board member, will share how Indiana has redesigned its structures and technical assistance to encourage and challenge local school systems to plan via a systems-level approach to improve student and educator performance. Audience members will have the opportunity to utilize the shared information in an interactive and brainstorming fashion.
Download Session Materials
- NAESPA 2020 Presentation.pdf
- Title IVresource-guide-final-version.pdf
Nathan has served as a local and state federal program administrator that is focused upon improving educational outcomes for students. He began as an English learner teacher, instructional coach, district administrator, and then a state program administrator. His varied experience has been informed by serving on Indiana's Early Learning Advisory Council, NAESPA's executive board, U.S. DOE's Coordination Workgroup, and the Interstate Migrant Education Council.