Regional Meeting April 2008. Maine Department of Education No Child Left Behind Team. Purpose of Presentation. Assist SAUs in beginning to plan for the use of NCLB Funds during the transition to RSUs Heighten current awareness of applicable federal requirements on RSUs
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Regional MeetingApril 2008
Maine Department of Education
No Child Left Behind Team
Title Specific Requirements
Small Rural Schools
Rural Low Income
The pooling of multiple & smaller Title IV-A allocations into a single & larger allocation might allow the RSU to employ more effective prevention strategies.
(The RSU might now have enough Title IV-A funding to provide substance abuse counseling services or implement a model prevention program.)
SAUs that currently REAP Title IV-A funds to Title V to support prevention-related projects…but will not be eligible to REAPafter reorganization…should be collecting meaningful attitude/behavior change data during the final REAP year if they plan to request future funding of these projects under Title IV-A regulations.
A PowerPoint presentation that provides a complete overview of the Title IV-A program is available at: www.mainesdfsca.org
A practice RSU to determine Title IA school eligibility
Ranking and Distribution of Title IA Funds: Review Federal Examples
Where to find free and reduced lunch numbers to make a similar chart for your RSU
Other NCLB Title Considerations
NCLB Planning Steps
= New RSU
Maine Department of Education Home Page
See NCLBA Planning Calendar:
Good Program Design
Program is well
Services to ensure
Knowledge of Program
data vs. tradition
or subjective measures.
Sufficient Supplemental Services to Ensure Success
Coordination/Consultation for Seamless Programming
Program Well-Planned and Organized
Do you have any questions?