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You are also welcome to request a free consultation with Director, Jesse Hake who has helped many schools find the best implementations of for their needs. Jesse also served for seven years as Academic Dean and Principal at Logos Academy in York, Pennsylvania. Here are some topics often covered in these consults:

  • How can serve as a part of your school’s professional development plan.
  • Providing support with your parent partnerships (such as ParentU).
  • Courses that are most helpful with specific teacher and school needs. (Also see our Pathway Finder.)
  • Creating custom courses for your organization with combinations of lessons from multiple existing courses.
  • Our partnership with the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS) and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) to help with maintaining teacher certifications in either organization.
  • Pricing options and management with group subscriptions.
  • How is partnered with the Master of Arts in Classical Teaching in the Templeton Honors College at Eastern University to provide online graduate credits.

To request a consult, please call 717-857-3362 or let us know with this form:

Federal Title 2 Funding for Teacher Training

Federal Title 2 funding is available to pay for teacher training in independent or private schools (including faith-based schools). These funds are distributed through agencies identified by the state department of education. Sometimes it is a branch of the local public school district that is asked to administer the distribution of these funds, and other times it might be an another entity (such as any agency that might provide services to students with disabilities). Even if another agency is identified, the local school district will know who the independent school should contact regarding Title 2 funding. This funding is distributed to all independent schools who request a portion based on several criteria (that might vary slightly by state or region): date of request with first-come-first-served being a factor, the performance of your local school district (independent schools in low-performing public school districts can be given a high portion of the resources), and the percentage of low-income students in your school district or your independent school. Once the independent school asks for criteria and deadlines, they need to submit an estimated cost for a specific number of teacher training subscriptions to and get the cost approved.

These are the steps for the school administration to follow:

  1. If you do not yet know, contact your local public school district office and ask them who you should contact about a Title 2 funding request.
  2. Contact your local Title 2 funding distribution office and ask them for the details of the process in order to get a funding request approved (deadlines and details to submit, etc.).
  3. Send an email to [email protected] if you need any materials from us as a part of putting together this funding request (such as a price quote or a list of available courses, etc.).
  4. Apply for funding with your local agency and await approval.
  5. Send an email to [email protected] with a note about the funding approval and the contact information for your Title 2 funding contact so that we can set up your subscriptions and arrange for payment from your Title 2 funding office.

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Frederick Douglass