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Title IA Planning, Fiscal, and Parental Involvement Workshops. Maine Department of Education Kathryn Manning Jackie Godbout Rachelle Tome May 2006. Agenda. 9:00 Welcome, Overview of Workshops Planning a Title IA Program 9:30 Parent & Community Involvement

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title ia planning fiscal and parental involvement workshops

Title IA Planning, Fiscal, and Parental Involvement Workshops

Maine Department of Education

Kathryn Manning

Jackie Godbout

Rachelle Tome

May 2006

  • 9:00 Welcome, Overview of Workshops Planning a Title IA Program
  • 9:30 Parent & Community Involvement
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 1:30 Fiscal Issues
  • 3:00 Q & A
  • 3:30 Adjourn
purpose of this series of title ia specific workshops
Purpose of This Series of Title IA Specific Workshops
  • To assist you in planning your Title IA program
  • To assist you in planning for your NCLB Monitoring Review
  • To share ideas
  • To strengthen communication
title ia toolkit workshops
Title IA Toolkit Workshops
  • May 2006 – Parental Involvement/Fiscal Issues
  • Fall 2006 --What Adequate Yearly Progress means for you AND

Schoolwide Programming

  • Spring 2007 --To Be Determined Based on Your Input
  • Spring 2007– NCLB Regional Workshops
tools of the trade notebook
Tools of the Trade Notebook
  • Tabs align with monitoring tool
  • Place to organize documents required for compliance
  • Resources to assist you in planning and implementing Title IA Programs

What is Title IA?

  • Supplemental federal funding for low achieving children, especially in high-poverty schools.
  • A program that provides extra academic support and learning opportunities for children furthest from meeting challenging state standards.

TYPES OF Title IA Schools

  • Targeted Assisted Schools serve identified children who are at risk of not meeting the Learning Standards. (Section 1115)
  • Schoolwide schools upgrade the entire educational program within a school to meet the needs of the lowest-achieving children. (Section 1114)
  • NCLB Team Visits each district every five years
  • Progress on meeting NCLB Goals
  • Program compliance
  • Interview Title IA coordinator, Title IA teachers/ed techs/classroom teachers/parents
  • Learn more about how each

district is implementing

the program

what title ia will ask to see
What Title IA will ask to see.
  • Student folders
  • Title IA Staff Schedules
  • List of students considered for


  • Examples of progress reports
  • Documents/lesson plans to support coordination with the classroom teacher
  • Parent notifications—services, HQT, prof. qualif. parent meetings, etc.
  • Parent contact information
what we will ask about
What we will ask about.
  • Identification of students
  • Schedule with students/duties
  • Coordination with classroom teachers
  • Contact/interaction/meetings/trainings with parents
common title ia findings
Common Title IA findings

Prioritized list of students

HQT letters

Certification of Staff Time and Effort

Written identification process

Paperwork not submitted in a timely fashion or incomplete

Cash Management

District/Level Parent Involvement Policy


Parental Involvement Findings (Section 1118)

  • Parent Involvement District and School Policies developed/updated on a regular basis
  • Parent Compacts developed/updated and used at parent conferences
  • Activities planned to assist parents in understanding student needs/school programming.
  • Evaluation done for all parent activities
  • Parent input into programming

Knowledge of



Program is Well




Needs Assessment

Section 1112



Section 1118

Coordination with

General programs

for Seamless




Services to Ensure




Knowledge of Program

  • Projects are clearly defined.
  • Selection policy is specific. Students are prioritized for services. Can document why some students are selected and others are not.
  • Supervision is provided to keep program operating in alignment with federal regulations and NCLB Consolidated Application.
  • Staff are knowledgeable about program decisions—NCLB Planning Team, aware that there is an Application.

Needs Assessment

  • Data analysis of formative, on-going assessment that is consistent with what is used in general program and is used to determine needs.
  • Decisions are based on

data vs. traditional

or subjective measures.

components of a targeted assisted program
Components of a Targeted Assisted Program
  • Help participating students to meet the Maine Learning Results
  • Ensure Title IA program is incorporated into existing school planning
  • Coordinate and support the classroom instructional program
  • Provide instruction by HQT
  • Includes opportunities for professional development
  • Provides strategies for parental involvement
  • Coordinates with federal, state and local services
components of a targeted assisted program cont
Components of a Targeted Assisted Program (Cont.)
  • Use effective methods and instructional strategies based on scientific research that strengthen the core academic program Extended learning time

Help provide an accelerated, high- quality curriculum, including applied learning

Minimize removing children from the regular classroom during regular school hours for instruction provided by Title IA


Sufficient Services (Supplemental) to Ensure Success

  • Identified students receive general program and something more from Title IA.
  • Students receive services as planned—records kept to make sure Title IA staff work with identified students as planned.
  • Services are planned to make students more independent—not help with homework.

Coordination/Consultation for Seamless Programming

  • Assessments used for Title IA selection and performance objectives are existing, local assessments valued by the school/district.
  • Regular coordination takes place among all appropriate staff.
  • All staff use the same terms so

that students

can make connections.


Program Well-Planned and Organized

  • Program requirements submitted on time in approvable form
  • Activities based on needs
  • Scientifically based programming
  • Programming changes to meet student needs
  • Program supervision keeps program on track
  • Services are supplemental

NCLB Guidance by Title


NCLB Monitoring Information http://www.state.me.us/education/nclb/monitoring/home.htm