P-3 Governor’s Institute
Posted by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on February 21, 2016
2016 P-3 Governor’s Institute Invitation to Apply
The Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Office of Child Development and Early Learning is pleased to announce the 2016 Prenatal to Grade 3(P-3) Governor’s Institute: P-3 Collaboration – Working Together for Student Success. The purpose of Pennsylvania’s P-3 Governor’s Institute is to help school districts, early learning providers, and community organizations throughout the commonwealth make the vital connections and collaborations necessary for student success from birth through grade 3. The 2016 P-3 Governor’s Institutes are being offered regionally on:
*July 18-20 Sheraton Philadelphia University City Hotel-Philadelphia
Applications are available beginning January 11, 2016. Deadline to submit applications is February 26, 2016. The application can be accessed at: http://remark.iu5.org/scripts/rws5.pl?FORM=P3-2016
Participation in the 2016 institute is limited to 28 teams per region. Participating teams will be selected through an application process. Districts and birth-5 early learning programs may submit applications for more than one team, if each applying team represents a different elementary school and birth-5 feeder school/program. Teams should be built around a specific elementary school(s), its feeder early-learning programs, and the local community. Selected teams will participate in this 3-day event focusing on Kristie Kauerz’ Framework for Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Pre-K-3rd Grade Approaches. Professional development will be offered to support team specific implementation of P-3 efforts.
The framework can be accessed at: http://depts.washington.edu/pthru3/PreK-3rd_Framework_Legal%20paper.pdf
Most expenses, except meals, will be covered for participating teams using Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant funds. Act 48 and Act 45/PIL professional development credits, Pennsylvania Quality Assurance System (PQAS), and Infant Toddler Early Intervention credit hours will be offered. Teams will also have the opportunity to apply for a P-3 mini-grant. More information about the mini-grants and how to apply will be announced at the Institutes. Please see the attached information brochure for details.
If you have any questions, please contact Jolie Phillips at email@example.com.
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