2010 COHEAO Mid-Year Conference July 27, 2010 Department of Education Update Brian Smith Office of Postsecondary Education Agenda Appropriations & Program Budget Legislative Update Transitioning to the Direct Loan Program Regulatory Update Perkins Loan Issues
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An ESA is a regional public multi-service agency authorized by State law to develop, manage and provide services or programs to local educational agencies.
An ESA qualifies as “low income” if more than 30% of the students who receive classroom instruction or classroom-type instruction from teachers employed by the ESA are Title I eligible.
A state-by-state listing of ESAs is available at:
Not all ESAs listed here are low-income.
State education agencies will list low-income ESAs on the low-income school directory.
— Serves children birth through age six
— Addresses cognitive, social, emotional and physical development of children
— Licensed or regulated by the State
— Provides child care services (in most cases for fewer than 24 hours per day per child)
— May serve children older than six
A Directory of Federal public defender and community defender organizations is available at:
A Directory of Tribal Colleges and Universities is available at:
Volunteer and seasonal firefighters do not qualify. Employment must be full-time for 12 consecutive months.
The Title I school(s) does not have to be a designated low-income school.
The speech language pathologist does not have to be directly employed by the Title I school(s).