Title III


​​​​​​​​​​​​Title III/ESOL
Vamshi Rudrapati, Director of Federal Programs
(803)734-1105     vrudrapati@sccharter.org​​​

​South Carolina Public Charter School District is committed to providing all students equal opportunity to benefit from quality, research-based educational programs and services. Our primary goal is to ensure our English Language Learners become proficient in English and can achieve the state academic content standards and state student academic achievement standards.

South Carolina Public Charter School District is responsible for implementing Title III of NCLB (Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students). Title III provides supplemental funding for the district’s ESOL programs and services.

Professional Development

Title III Coordinators We​binar-August 02, 2016 (Duration: 27:25)          Attendan​ce survey

Policies and Procedures
Translation Certification: Option One     Option two

U.S. Department of Education English Learner Toolkit
Download the entire English Learner Tool Kit  
Additional Resources​

ESOL Certification/Add-on Requirements
Add-On Requirements​    Additional Guidance
Certification Requirements

Dear Colleague Letter from the Office of Special Education Programs (U.S. Dept. of Education) (OSEP)
Memorandum from Office of Exceptional Children regarding children who are both LEP and Special Education Students                    

Dept. of Ed. Enrollment Q & A
Memo from South Carolina Department of Justice and US Department of Education, May 06 2011                            
Title III 2011 Steve Abbot Enrollment and Services for Limited English Proficient (LEP) Students
Legal Issues Related to Educating Undocumented Students
English Language Learner Court Rulings