Thank you for visiting the Title IV-Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Program website.
As our second year advances, I am reflective of the inaugural Title IV-Part A (T4A) year and I'm optimistic for our bright future under the Student Support and Academic Enrichment umbrella,
The T4A team is embracing the lessons learned, and welcome new challenges that will lead to many future achievements in Florida. The team remains deeply committed to transparency and communication while relishing the opportunity to serve Florida's local educational agencies. We are constantly inspired by the tenacity of the LEAs and their demonstration of innovative approaches that truly address the T4A program objectives.
Through T4A, we are collectively improving academic and developmental outcomes by ensuring that all students have access to effective instructional and behavioral practices. This 2018-19 fiscal year has 100% participation from all eligible LEAs.
The Department's Bureau of Standards and Instructional Support highly encourages meaningful collaboration between districts, schools and the public/private sectors. Content and subject area integration is paramount as we maximize the effectiveness of the program through thoughtful stewardship of Florida's federal allocation.
We are deeply committed to student achievement in a safe and supportive learning environment.
Thank you to the internal and external partners for supporting Florida through T4A.
Michelle L. Gaines, Director
May 1, 2019
2nd Annual Making Wellness A Priority: Healthy Minds Healthy Futures Conference
This exciting statewide conference will bring together national and local speakers and pre-senters to share innovative and proven practical approaches in the area of transition of youth with emotional and mental health disabilities, specifically addressing employment, community engagement and systems of care.
June 11, 2019
Certification Mini-Con in Polk County
June 12, 2019
Healthy Schools Summer Academy
The Florida Department of Education’s Healthy Schools Summer Academy is a professional development opportunity for teachers and administrators of health education and physical education content with special emphasis on other subject area courses with integrated health education benchmarks. This annual event will next take place June 12-13, 2019 at George Jenkins High School in Lakeland.