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There are many benefits and incentives available to programs who choose to participate in Quality Rated and for those that receive a star rating. Here are just some of the benefits and resources available:
- Free Training: A completed Quality Rated application allows early learning professionals to attend Quality Rated training for free.
- Mini-Grant: Programs enrolled in TA for their first portfolio submission will be eligible for $1,000 - $1,600, based on the size of the program.
- Peer Support & Networking : Opportunities to attend specialized leadership training.
- Free On-site Support & Coaching: Programs receive monthly coaching visits where they receive direct support to the classroom teachers and program leadership to help the program meet their quality improvement goals.
- Bonus Packages: Bonus packages ranging in value from $3,000 – $6,000 are awarded to rated programs, based on the designated star level. Programs rated at the 3 star level will also receive monetary bonuses for staff and specialized conference scholarships and special mentorship opportunities.
- Increased CAPS Reimbursement: Programs participating in the Child and Parent Services program (CAPS) are eligible for increased reimbursement rates above and beyond what they would normally receive. 1 Star programs receive a 5% quality bonus, 2 Star programs receive a 10% quality bonus, and 3 Star programs receive a 25% quality bonus.
- Better Parent & Staff Partnerships: Quality Rated helps teachers articulate what high quality early care and learning looks like.
- Higher Teacher Retention: Research supports that the leading factor in teacher retention for early learning professionals is professional growth and development. Quality Rated encourages programs to invest in teachers and help create professional development.
- Increased Parent & Family Satisfaction: When teachers are invested in and are better equipped to communicate with parents they are much more satisfied and confident in their work. They are recognized as professionals and parents gain an increased respect and trust in their chosen child care provider.
- Marketing and Branding Tools: Programs can access Quality Rated materials through their Quality Rated account. They can also order supplies and other branded materials through the Quality Rated store to support marketing your program.
AHSA Scholarships: The Association of Hispanic School Administrators is providing scholarships for Hispanic professionals (not currently in administrator position) pursuing an associates or bachelor’s degree in Education, and Hispanic educators pursuing a master’s degree in Education who serve Hispanic students. Applicants are expected to enroll in a full academic course of study and attend an accredited college during the 2019-2020 academic year. For more information and to apply, click here.
2019-2020 TSL Teacher Transfer: The Teacher and School Leader (TSL) Incentive Program grant is offering a $10,000 teacher recruitment bonus to effective and highly effective teachers, who transfer from an HISD campus that is not funded through the grant to one of the 88 high-needs campuses identified as part of the TSL grant cohort. Teachers who transfer to one of the 88 campuses will be expected to make a three-year commitment. For details on the criteria on how to apply, click here.
Free STEM workshop: The Society of Petroleum Engineers is inviting all Houston-area teachers and their students to a free one-day workshop on May 9 at the Offshore Technology Conference (One NRG Park, 77054). Those interested in attending will participate in hands-on activities use simple components to teach complicated engineering concepts used in oil and gas exploration and production. Registrations is open and limited to 100 teachers and 200 students. If you are a teacher, click here to register. If you know a student interested, register here. For more information on the event, click here.
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Teacher Job Fair: HISD is seeking new teachers and current HISD teachers to join the Achieve
180 initiative. The research-based action plan is supporting 53 campuses in underserved and underperforming feeder pattern communities. If you’re interested or know someone interested in becoming a teacher and joining Achieve 180, register today for HISD’s first districtwide fair on Saturday, April 13 at Delmar Fieldhouse (2020 Mangum Dr., 77092) from 9 a.m.-Noon. For more information, click here.
Special Education Conference: The Office of Special Education Services will hold HISD’s Sixth Annual Special Education Conference on July 16-18, 2019 at the Kingdom Builders Center (6011 W Orem Dr.,77085). This year’s conference will focus on making the connections among teachers, students, parents, and the community. The Office of Special Education Services seeks presentations that will support educating the whole child. If you would like to present during this year’s Special Education Conference, please submit a proposal here by April 12, 2019.
CampAdventure: The Elementary Curriculum andDevelopment Department is excited to share a free two-week summer campopportunity with HISD students who will be promoted to kindergarten to fifthgrade in the 2019-2020 school year. Camp Adventure! is a camp for summeracceleration in July in HISD that combines Literacy, Math, and STEAM activities with the joys of summercamp. There will be two sessions offered this summer from July 8-August 1.Registration is limited to 200 campers per session. Families must complete online registrationto participate. For more information including dates and locations, clickhere.
HealthSmart Curriculum Training: The district’sHealth and Physical Education Department (HPED) is offering a two training onApril 17-18 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., for the 35 high school health teachers on theHealth Smart Supplemental Health Curriculum Resources. Based on data collectedin year 5 the District’s Adolescent School Health Survey and the 2018 SchoolHealth Profiles, Health Education teachers expressed a need for more trainingon the Sexual Health Education Component of the district developed curriculumusing an evidence-based program. Those interested in attending, the HPED willreimburse schools for the associate teachers. Register in OneSource, course#1436012.