Supplemental Educational Services. Determining Per Student SES Rate. Section 1116(e)(6): each SES student must get lesser of: District’s total Title I, Part A allocation, divided by number of census poverty poor children; or b. Actual costs of services student receives.
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b. Actual costs of services student receives.
Check: http://www.census.gov/cgi-bin/saipe/saipe.cgi for preliminary census poverty count. Available each December.
Change: Choice 5% $600,000
SES 5% $600,000
Parent Outreach 1% $2,400
Remaining 9% $1,197,600
Total Reservation Costs $2,400,000
Census Poverty Poor: 2106
(Relevant age 5-17 in families in poverty)
$2,400,000 ÷ 2106 = $1140 per student
Verify final SES rate information on CDE website
After notifying all parents of students from low-income families, if the demand for SES is greater than the funding available:
Some districts can’t serve all of the children requesting SES services.
Be sure you have used the full 20% before denying services to students.
Remember SES is a district program, not a school program. Best to prioritize across the district, not at each school.
Can use same priority system to allocate slots to popular providers who are limited in their service capacity.