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The Title II web site was designed to assist states and institutions of higher education with Title II requirements and reporting. This page provides information on how to use, view, and navigate through this site. Please email us at with any comments, suggestions, or questions regarding the Title II web site. We appreciate your input!

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Title II of the Higher Education Act (HEA) authorizes new federal grant programs that support the efforts of states, institutions of higher education, and their school district partners to improve the recruitment, preparation, and support of new teachers. Title II also includes new accountability measures in the form of reporting requirements for institutions and states on teacher preparation and licensing. The reported data -- on how well institutions prepare teachers, what states require of individuals before they are allowed to teach, and how institutions and states are raising their standards for the teaching profession -- will allow the measurement of success of teacher education programs and state efforts to improve teacher quality. To learn more about Title II and the reporting requirements, see the Title II Reference and Reporting Guide.

This web site has been designed to provide Title II technical assistance and information to states and institutions of higher education. Along with the Title II Guide, we provide resources, such as State Title II Contacts and Title II presentations; on-line forums; help with data reporting; and schedules and calendars. We also have attempted to answer the most frequently asked questions regarding Title II reporting. We hope you find this web site to be a valuable resource.

Browsers & Settings

This site is best designed for Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or Netscape Navigator 4.0. If you would like to update your browser, choose one of the following:

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This site was also designed using a screen resolution of 800 x 600 and 16-bit color.

Getting Around

Most of the pages of the Title II web site contain links to all other pages of the site, so you can get around easily. On most of our pages, you can find these links along the left-hand side or at the bottom of the page. Any link to the page you are currently visiting will be inactive while you are on that page.

Use the Back button on your browser to move to a previous page, or use the Forward button to move forward to a page when appropriate. You can always reach the Home page by clicking on the link in the upper left-hand corner of every page, just under the banner heading. The banner heading will help you keep track of what page you are visiting. Use the scroll bar along the right-hand side of your screen to move up and down through a page.

Downloading & Viewing Files

Throughout the Title II site, you will find publications or documents which you can view or download. Most of these documents require Adobe Acrobat for viewing. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat, you can download it for free by clicking on the icon below.

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To download a document, click on its link. You will then see a dialogue box asking you where to save the document. Choose the appropriate file or directory and the document will download.

Site Map

Visit our Site Map page to get a better idea of how the Title II web site is organized. From here, you can visit any page of the Title II web site!


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