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“ Title I Pre-K in NC ” EC 2010 Conference. Carla Garrett Title I Pre-K Education Consultant NC Office of Early Learning – DPI 8.4.10. NC Office of Early Learning: Pre-K – Grade 3. Focuses on Pre-K - Grade 3 to support children's success in the early grades

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Title i pre k in nc ec 2010 conference

“Title I Pre-K in NC”EC 2010 Conference

Carla Garrett

Title I Pre-K Education Consultant

NC Office of Early Learning – DPI

8.4.10


Nc office of early learning pre k grade 3

NC Office of Early Learning: Pre-K – Grade 3

  • Focuses on Pre-K - Grade 3 to support children's success in the early grades

  • Combines staffs in primary education and pre-k

  • Promotes linkages for reforming early education

  • Partners with the FirstSchool initiative (FPG Child Development Institute - UNC)


What is firstschool

What is FirstSchool?

  • Pre-K - Grade 3 initiative to promote public school efforts to become more responsive to the needs of an increasingly younger, more diverse population

  • Unites the best of early childhood, elementary and special education


Nc office of early learning programs

NC Office of Early Learning Programs

  • Even Start Family Literacy

  • Head Start State Collaboration Office

  • More at Four Pre-Kindergarten Program

  • Preschool Exceptional Children

  • Title I Preschool

  • Primary Education


Title i pre k in nc 2009 10

Title I Pre-K in NC: 2009-10

  • $61,267,466 - Title I funds allocated to Pre-K (projected)

  • Increase of $18,203,750 from 2008-09


Title i pre k in nc 2009 101

Title I Pre-K in NC: 2009-10

  • 79 of 115 LEA’s utilized Title I funding for Pre-K

  • 12 LEA’s allocated $1M plus for Title I

    Pre-K

  • 55 LEA’s increased funding for Title I

    Pre-K


Flexible funding

Flexible Funding

  • Title I funds can be used for preschool or to supplement or expand other early childhood education programs, such as state-funded prekindergarten, Head Start, Even Start, or Early Reading First.

  • Title I funds may be used in conjunction with existing programs.


Funding options

Funding Options

1-Title I Pre-K

Uses Title I dollars only


Title i funds example

“Title I Funds” Example:

Total #Amount of

ChildrenTitle I Funding

18 $125,000

($6,944 cost per child)

*Figures chosen for example purposes only


Funding options continued

Funding Options (Continued)

2 - Blended Pre-K

-Uses Title I dollars with other Pre-K dollars (EC; local, Head Start, Smart Start, etc.)

-Title I contribution determined by % of Title I children in each Pre-K class


Blended example title i other funds

“Blended” Example : Title I + Other Funds

% Title I% EC% Local

Total #Funds/ Funds/Funds/

Children# Children# Children# Children

18 50% 11% 39%

9= 2= 7=

$62,500$13,750$48,750

Total Amount of Funding: $125,000

Total Amount of Title I Funding: $62,500


Funding options continued1

Funding Options (continued)

3 - Dual Enrollment

Uses Title I dollars with More At Four dollars

Grant Application: “Do any of these Title I eligible students also qualify for [email protected] funding?”


What is more at four

What is “More At Four”?

  • State preschool program in NC

  • Age Eligibility: Four years old

  • Entering kindergarten the following year

  • At risk for poor school outcomes


Dual enrollment

Dual Enrollment

  • Eligibility requirements for both programs must be met with Title I eligibility criteria being considered first

  • This is not “supplanting,” since More At Four funds are only intended to cover 50% of program costs


Dual enrollment example

“Dual Enrollment” Example:

Total ##Dually [email protected] FundingTotal [email protected]

ChildrenChildrenPer ChildFunding

18 9$3,750$33,750

Total Amount of Title I Funding: $125,000

Total Amount of [email protected] Funding: $33,750

Total Amount of Funding: $158,750 (Amount increases from $6,944 to $8,819 per child)


Eligibility

Eligibility

  • On the basis of multiple, educationally-related, objective criteria established by the LEA, such as:

  • teacher judgment,

  • interviews with parents

  • developmentally appropriate measures


Eligibility income

Eligibility - Income

  • Income of the family is allowable for the purposes of prioritizing when Title I funds are insufficient to serve all eligible preschool children


Eligibility age

Eligibility – Age

  • Birth to the age the LEA provides elementary education; therefore, children who are younger than the age of five by the kindergarten eligibility cut off date - August 31 - in North Carolina are eligible

    *In NC most Title I Pre-K children served are 4 years old


Most common examples of pre k quality investments in nc

Most Common Examples of Pre-K Quality Investments in NC

  • Teacher Salaries (Increase or Maintain)

  • Instructional Materials

  • Professional Development


Suggestions

Suggestions

  • Build RELATIONSHIPS with early childhood partners!!!


Suggestions continued

Suggestions (continued)

  • Champion early education using research and data

  • Build on existing resources in communities

  • Leverage state and federal funds—and capitalize on funding opportunities


Resources

Resources

  • Serving Preschool Children Under Title I, Non-Regulatory Guidance @www.ed.gov

  • American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 @ www.ed.gov

  • PreK Now @ www.preknow.org

  • CLASP (Center for Law & Social Policy) @ www.clasp.org


Resources1

Resources

  • NC Title I Preschool Consultant: Carla Garrett @ [email protected]; cell: 336.504.2037

  • NC Office of Early Learning (Department of Public Instruction) Website:

    www.ncprek.nc.gov


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