The Wisconsin Department of Instruction is in the process of rolling out many new initiatives and tools that are part of the state superintendent’s Agenda 2017. CESA #1 will be providing workshops and consulting to districts to keep them abreast of the latest information and on top of the newest tools and resources.
You can find resources and information posted from the new Statewide Accountability/School Report Card session held in September 2012 and the WISEdash training held in December 2012. Stay tuned for more information and opportunities in the coming months.
Our Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) services provide information, state and federal updates, professional development and technical assistance related to all aspects of the No Child Left Behind legislation. Services are offered through a regional shared service approach or on an individual consulting basis. Among these services are the Title I Network, Title I A and D administration services, Title III Consortium and the ESEA Consortium.