Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). Role of the ELAC & SSC. La Chanee Thompson and Robert Oye Title I Coordinators Educational Service Center South. Objectives. Understand the roles and responsibilities of ELAC and SSC in the development of the SPSA.
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Role of the ELAC & SSC
La Chanee Thompson and Robert Oye
Title I Coordinators
Educational Service Center South
It’s an Action Plan…The SPSA identifies needs and strategies for addressing the achievement of at-risk students.
It’s a gateway… The SPSA is the driving force in providing supplemental resources to schools.
SPSA…Why do we need it?
The SSC is required to collaboratively develop and approve the SPSA with written advice from appropriate school advisory committees (ELAC, etc.).
Expenditures described in the SPSA must be aligned to data that will address specific needs and must be annually evaluated by the SSC.
SPSA…Who is responsible?
There are 7 Sections of the SPSA
District and School Information
Comprehensive Needs Assessment
Performance Meter Matrix
Title I Required Components
Parent & Community Engagement
100% Graduation (High Schools Only)
English Language Arts
English Language Programs
Parent and Community Engagement
100% Attendance, Suspension/Expulsion and Non-Cognitive Skills.
Parental Involvement Policy, Page 22
School-Parent Compact, Page 23
2014-2015 Budget pages
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