Use of Federal Funds in Implementing Idaho Core Standards. September 6, 2013. Shift in T hinking A bout Title I. Shift from focusing on compliance only to focusing on performance and closing the achievement gap Is Title I-A working?
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September 6, 2013
What role do Idaho’s Core Standards play in improving student achievement? How are Idaho’s Core Standards and Federal funds connected?
Vision * Needs Assessment * Plan * Evaluation
Do all of the proposed expenditures meet the following criteria:
(OMB Circular A-87)
Non-Title I teachers may participate in Title I-funded professional development activities so long as the training is related to the Title I program and is intended to enhance the educational program of the Title I students.
Federal funds must supplement the state and local resources the school would receive in the absence of Title I; however, there is no need to demonstrate that any particular [Title I funded (in “No consolidation”)] service/activity is supplemental to state or locally funded services.
Allowable use of funds include the following activities:
State and Federal funds for Limited English Proficient & Immigrant Students must be used for the following:
A cost is reasonable if, in its nature and amount, it does not exceed that which would be incurred by a prudent person under the circumstances prevailing at the time the decision was made to incur the cost.
A cost is allocable to a cost objective if the goods or services involved are chargeable or assignable to the cost objective in accordance with the relative benefits received.
A cost is allowable if it is necessary and reasonable for proper and efficient performance of the award and allocable to the award.
(OMB Circular A-87)Use of Federal Funds - Criteria
Title I-A: Karen Seay at [email protected] or 208.332.6978
Title I-C: Mary Lou Wells at [email protected] or 208.332.6958
Title II-A: Teresa Burgess at [email protected] or 208.332.6891
Title III: Christina Nava at [email protected] or 208.332.6905
Title VI-B and Title X: Tina Naillon at [email protected] or 208.332.6904
Federal Programs Grant Specialist: Abbey Denton at [email protected] or 208.332.6900
Marcia Beckman, ESEA Director: [email protected] or 208.332.6953