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1. Title I, Part A, Neglected & Title I, Part D, Delinquent 1

2. AGENDA Purpose of Presentation N&D Application Highly Qualified Teacher (HQT) Requirements Annual October Count Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) Date Collection Online Tool N&D Guidance Supplement not Supplant Monitoring Cycle Subpart 1 & Subpart 2 American Recovery Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Updates Allowables – Nonallowables 2 Go over the agenda All sites should have copies Go over the agenda All sites should have copies

3. Purpose Purpose of Title I, Part D: (1) To improve educational services for children and youth in local and State institutions for neglected or delinquent children and youth so they have the opportunity to meet the same challenging State academic content and State student achievement standards that all children in the State are expected to meet. (2) To provide these children with services to enable them to transition successfully from institutionalization to further schooling or employment. (3) To prevent at-risk youth from dropping out of school as well as to provide dropouts and children and youth returning from correctional facilities or institutions for neglected or delinquent children and youth, with a support system to ensure their continued education. 3

4. What is N&D? Neglected – Neglected students are those that have been neglected, abused, abandoned, removed from the home, or are in state custody. Delinquent – Delinquent students are those students who are court ordered to a juvenile detention center. 4

5. Subpart 1 and Subpart 2 Subpart 1 – State agencies (SA) that operate educational programs for children and youth in institutions or community day programs for children who are neglected, delinquent, and at-risk and for children and youth in adult correctional facilities. Subpart 2 – Local educational agencies (LEA) that provide programs that serve children and youth who are in locally operated correctional facilities or children and youth who are neglected or at-risk of dropping out of school. 5

6. 2011 Application Processes Complete each page with detail List all personnel affiliated with Title I, Part A, Neglected and Title I, Part D, Delinquent programs Include teacher of record and/or co-teacher Insert required information: site code, job code, subject code, grade level, OCAS coding, FTE, salary Insert the correct job description code Ensure all instructional staff is highly qualified Ensure all personnel data in School Personnel Records (SPR) and HQT is correct 6

7. Requirements for Approved Application Subpart 1 Assurance Statement Approvable Application Needs Assessment Budget Summary Budget Justification CSPR Annual October Count Technology Addendum (if applicable) Institution –Wide Plan (if applicable) Current Year Contract (if applicable) 7

8. Subpart 1 Application Complete all sections of the application. Complete the Budget Summary page. Complete the Budget Justification pages. Sign and submit Assurance Statement. 8

9. Needs Assessment Applies only to Subpart 1, State Agencies. Determine what areas of instruction need to be targeted. Determine what group of students need to be targeted. Complete the application according to the needs assessment results. 9

10. Institution – Wide Plan Applies only to Subpart 1, State Agencies Required if a State Agency wants to serve students outside of the children and youth that generated the Annual October Caseload Count. Address all eight components of the law. (No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 P.L. 107-110 TITLE I, PART D, SUBPART 1: SEC. 1416. Institution-Wide Projects) Subject to approval by the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE). 10

11. Requirements for Approved Application Subpart 2 Approvable Application N&D Plan Current Year Contract Annual October Count CSPR Report Technology Addendum (if applicable) 11

12. N&D Subpart 2 Application Complete all sections of the application. Complete the Budget Summary page. Complete the Budget Justification pages. Provide Technology Addendum (if applicable). 12

13. N&D Plan The N&D Plan must be completed to obtain an approved application . Describe in detail information regarding the district’s plan for the specific program. 13

14. Current Year Contract All LEAs are required to have a contract with the facility in which they provide instructional services. Any State Agency that seeks educational services from an outside entity is required to have a contract between the State Agency and the provider of services. 14 P-1 Page 26 P-1 Page 26

15. Highly Qualified Teacher Question: Do the requirements for highly qualified teachers apply to teachers who work in such entities as juvenile institutions, correctional institutions, and other alternative educational settings? 15 P-2. (page 27)P-2. (page 27)

16. Highly Qualified Teacher Answer: It depends. Section 1119 of Title I of Elementary Secondary Education Act 1965 (ESEA) requires each State Educational Agency (SEA) that receives Title I, Part A funds to develop (and implement) a plan to ensure that all teachers teaching in core academic subjects within the State are highly qualified. This requirement extends to all teachers of core academic subjects who are employed by agencies or entities under the authority of the SEA. As a result, it applies to teachers employed by LEAs that must meet annual measurable objectives for ensuring that teachers are highly qualified set by the SEA, as well as to teachers employed by the SEA or other entities under the SEA’s authority. Thus, if entities such as juvenile institutions, correctional institutions, and other alternative educational settings either are LEAs under State law or are under the authority of the SEA, teachers of core academic subjects employed by those entities must be highly qualified. 16

17. Highly Qualified Teacher Answer: If, however, the entities that employ these teachers are neither LEAs as defined under State law nor under the SEA’s authority, the section 1119 requirements regarding highly qualified teachers do not apply. Nevertheless, it is critical that all students, regardless of school setting, are able to achieve to the State’s academic content and academic achievement standards. Therefore, all educational entities-whether covered by the highly qualified teacher requirements or not-are urged to ensure that students have teachers with the content knowledge and skills needed to help them succeed. 17

18. How Teachers Become Highly Qualified Build a HOUSSE Professional Development Test Corrective Action Plan 18

19. Annual October Caseload Count Title I, Part D, Subpart 1 Title I, Part D, Subpart 2 19 A-1L-2 (Page 20) (page 2) A-1L-2 (Page 20) (page 2)

20. Annual October Caseload Count Subpart 1 Based on the October caseload data United States Department of Education (USDE) uses to determine eligibility under Subpart 1, a child or youth must: Be aged 5-20 Be aged 20 or younger, who are in (1) State-operated adult correctional facilities and who are enrolled in a regular program of instruction for at least 15 hours per week; and (2) State N or D institutions or community day programs for children and youth who are enrolled in a regular program of instruction for at least 20 hours per week. 20

21. Annual October Caseload Count Subpart 1 A child or youth must: Show an average length of stay of at least 30 days That date must: (a) be consistent for all institutions or community day programs operated by the SA, and (b) represent a school day in the calendar year preceding the year in which funds became available. 21

22. Annual October Caseload Count Subpart 1 Facility Information State Agency Information Answer each question carefully and completely Ensure formula calculations are correct Superintendent Signature 22

23. Annual October Caseload Count Subpart 2 Based on the October caseload data USDE uses to determine eligibility under Subpart 2, a child or youth must: Be aged 5 through 17 Live in the institution for at least one day during the 30-day count period 23

24. Annual October Caseload Count Subpart 2 Live in a locally operated facility that meets the definition of an institution for neglected children, and institution for delinquent children and youth or an adult correctional institution as provided in section 1432(1) or (4)(B) of Subpart 2– and not be counted in the enrollment data submitted to USDE for Subpart 1 State agency N or D program allocation purposes. 24

25. What is Required ? Subpart 2 County Code District Code The name of the LEA The name of the Facility The Annual October Count for N&D Mark 0 if the count is nonapplicable Superintendent’s Signature 25

26. Timeline Subpart 1 and Subpart 2 September – The Annual October Count template will be mailed to the LEAs. October – Count the number of students from the highest day of enrollment for the 30-day count period. November – The count will be due Friday, November 5, 2010. Submit one caseload count form with the superintendent’s signature. The caseload count form could be faxed or mailed with the superintendent’s signature. 26

27. Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) Prior Year Information Subpart 1 – Mailed Form Subpart 2 – Online Tool Dates to Remember: July – Memo will be mailed. August – Online Tool will post on the School District Reporting Site. October – All reports are due to the Title I office. 27

28. CSPR Tool Data Collected: Prevention and Intervention Programs and Facilities Students Served Academic Offerings Academic Outcomes Vocational Outcomes Academic Performance in Reading and Math 28

29. Additional CSPR Data Needed Long-term student count Pretest and posttest Pretest only Posttest only No test 29

30. CSPR Data: Facilities List the number of facilities that have contracted services with the LEA. List the number of facilities under the appropriate program. List the average length of stay. 30

31. CSPR Data: Students Served List the total unduplicated students served. List long-term students served. 31

32. CSPR Data: Definitions Unduplicated count: An unduplicated count is one that counts students only once, even if they were admitted to a facility or program multiple times within a reporting year. Long-term: Long-term refers to students who were enrolled for at least 90 consecutive calendar days from July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010. 32

33. CSPR Data: Students Served List the unduplicated number of students by ethnicity, sex, and age under the appropriate program. Ethnicity data is going to change to match the data on the Unites States Census. 33

34. CSPR Data: Programs/Facilities Academic Offerings List the number of facilities that awarded high school credit, high school diploma, and/or General Education Development test (GED). This number should be the same amount entered under the number of programs/facilities. 34

35. CSPR Data: Academic Outcomes Enter appropriate data in these fields. This information is not required to match other data entered on the template. 35

36. CSPR Data: Academic Performance Reading & Math Enter appropriate data in the required fields. The number of long-term students served listed in the specific programs should be the same number in the total boxes for reading and math. 36

37. Supplement, not Supplant Supplement, not Supplant is a key regulation of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. It is defined as follows: An LEA may use Title I funds only to supplement, and to the extent practical, increase the level of funds that would, in the absence of Title I funds, be made available from non-Federal sources for the education of students participating in the Title I program. In no case may Title I funds be used to supplant - i.e., take the place of - funds from non-Federal sources. 37

38. Supplement, not Supplant (continued) To determine compliance with the Supplement, not Supplant regulation, sites should ask the following questions: Is the program or activity to be funded required by state, local or another federal law? Were the same programs or activities paid for with state and/or local funds in the previous years? Are the same programs and activities offered to non-Title I students or at non-Title I schools and paid for with state/local funds? 38

39. Supplement, not Supplant (continued) Another important aspect is that programs or activities provided to identified Title I students must be supplemental to the primary instruction of the school. Title I programs cannot take the place of the regular education program. Title I programs must be additional to the services or programs provided by the school to all its students. 39

40. Monitoring Cycle Subpart 1 and Subpart 2 Monitoring occurs a minimum, once every three years. Complete the packet prior to the visit. Prepare documentation prior to the visit. Provide a copy of required documents to give to the N&D Coordinator during the site monitoring visit. 40

41. Uses of Funds – Subpart 2 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 P.L. 107-110 TITLE I, PART D, SUBPART 2: SEC. 1424. USES OF FUNDS. Funds provided to local educational agencies under this subpart may be used, as appropriate, for— (1) programs that serve children and youth returning to local schools from correctional facilities, to assist in the transition of such children and youth to the school environment and help them remain in school in order to complete their education; (2) dropout prevention programs which serve at-risk children and youth, including pregnant and parenting teens, children and youth who have come in contact with the juvenile justice system, children and youth at least 1 year behind their expected grade level, migrant youth, immigrant youth, students with limited English proficiency, and gang members; (3) the coordination of health and social services for such individuals if there is a likelihood that the provision of such services, including day care, drug and alcohol counseling, and mental health services, will improve the likelihood such individuals will complete their education; (4) special programs to meet the unique academic needs of participating children and youth, including vocational and technical education, special education, career counseling, curriculum-based youth entrepreneurship education, and assistance in securing student loans or grants for postsecondary education; and (5) programs providing mentoring and peer mediation. 41

42. Requirements for N&D programs Subpart 1 and Subpart 2 Mentoring and Peer remediation Special programs to meet the unique academic needs of children and youth in an N or D facility. Dropout Prevention Coordination of Health and Social Services Transition Program Subpart 1 requires not less than 15% or more than 30% 42

43. Allowable or Nonallowable 43 That is the question?

44. Allowable Expenditures Guidance Counseling Library Books Manipulatives Learning Games Supplemental Classroom Supplies Technology (Approved Technology Addendum Required) Professional Development Transition Services Mentoring Programs GED Programs Tutoring Programs 44

45. Nonallowable Expenditures Salary of teacher to teach core instruction. Supplies and materials to teach core content areas. Any item that is supplied to a teacher and/or student in a regular classroom setting. Items that would be used by students that are not considered neglected, delinquent, or at- risk. Anything that would not be directly related to education or transition. 45

46. ARRA Updates Closeout Amendment to FY09 Application Subject to Approval Monitoring FY2011 Allowable Expenses 46

47. Questions 47

48. Contact Information Dr. Gloria Bayouth Ed.D. Senior Grants Consultant, Title I, II, VI, and X Phone (405) 522-3249 Fax (405) 522-0242 e-mail: [email protected] Amanda Drew Coordinator, Neglected and Delinquent Program Phone (405) 522-3712 Fax (405) 522-2067 e-mail: [email protected] 48

49. Helpful Websites 49

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