ESEA/NCLB 2014-2015 Update. (Protocol for Questions). Introductions by Title. Chief Academic Officer – Rachelle Tome, 624-6708, r [email protected] Title IA – Basic Disadvantaged - Jackie Godbout, 624-6712, j [email protected]
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Federal funds must supplement, not supplant services, staff, programs or materials that would otherwise be paid with state or local funds (and in some cases, other federal funds).
Ask: What would you do if you did not have this money? What services, staff, program are you required to provide by other federal, state and local laws of regulations? Was the service, staff, program previously provided with state, local and/or federal funds? Are federal resources providing a benefit to all students? – note: possible exceptions
The primary purpose of the migrant education program is to ensure that all migrant students reach challenging academic standards AND graduate with a high school diploma (or complete a GED) that prepares them for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment.
SAUs eligible for REAP flexibility … When Title IIA funds are REAP flexed to Title V and used to pay salary and/or stipends, Time &Effort Certification should list Title IIA as the funding source. Not Title V.
Note that although Title VI allocations are not made available until later in the fall, Substantial Approval will follow the same protocols as the NCLB Consolidated Application, including Pre-Award costs