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FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AND FISCAL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR STATE BILINGUAL AND TITLE III PROGAMS. Presenters: Dr. Gladys Herrera-Gurulé Adrian Sandoval. Dolores Gonzales Elementary Receiving an Incentive Award, January 24,2006. Overview. Funding Sources (Similarities/Differences)

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FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES AND FISCAL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR STATE BILINGUAL AND TITLE III PROGAMS

Presenters:

Dr. Gladys Herrera-Gurulé

Adrian Sandoval

Dolores Gonzales Elementary Receiving an Incentive Award, January 24,2006

overview
Overview
  • Funding Sources (Similarities/Differences)
  • Fiscal Responsibilities
    • What has been done?
    • What is being done?
    • What can be done?
similarities
Similarities
  • ELLs
  • Use of language other than English as a scientifically based strategy
  • Development of Social and Academic English
  • Require highly qualified teachers with specific endorsements
  • Accountability
differences
Differences
  • State Bilingual Multicultural Funding is for all students that wish to participate
  • Federal Title III is for ELL students only
  • Funding sources and revenue
state bilingual multicultural education and title iii programs 2007 08
State Bilingual Multicultural Education and Title III Programs 2007-08

State Title III

  • Number of Districts 58 54
  • Number of Schools 686 All Schools
  • Number of Students 61,107 62,384
  • Total Funding 35.5 million 3.5 Million

Source: District Applications, Student Teacher Accountability Reporting System and Budget Bureau

funding opportunities
Funding Opportunities

BILINGUAL MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

(State Funding)

funding opportunities1
Funding Opportunities

Source: District Applications/STARS

funding opportunities cont
Funding Opportunities (Cont.)

Source: District Applications/STARS

fiscal responsibilities
Fiscal Responsibilities
  • What has been done?
    • History
      • Bilingual Multicultural
      • Title III
    • Application Assurances/Signatures
    • TA/FM Visits and Action Plans
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Fiscal Responsibilities
  • Office of Inspector General
  • Patterns:
    • Clarity of program
    • Curriculum
    • Materials
    • Professional Development
    • EPSS
fiscal responsibilities2
Fiscal Responsibilities
  • What is being done (PED)?
    • STARS Validation
    • 3rd Hr. Content Area Scrutinized
    • Unannounced Visits
    • Title III AMAOs Accountability
    • Bilingual Multicultural Ed. Accountability
    • OCR
fiscal responsibilities3
Fiscal Responsibilities
  • What can be done (Districts & PED)?
    • Alignment with application
    • Alignment with EPSS
    • Fidelity and Commitment
points to remember
Points to Remember
  • Bilingual Multicultural Education and Title III Programs are optional. However they are an asset for ALL Students!
  • 58 districts receive state funds and 53 receive Title III Funds.
  • Funds are available for all districts and charters who wish to apply.
  • District’s accountability for the use of funds and program effectiveness is a statutory requirement.
new mexico beliefs about language
New Mexico Beliefs about Language
  • Language is one of the most significant components influencing a child’s education and future life.
  • Children perform better academically when they learn (systematically) in more than one language.
contact information
CONTACT INFORMATION

Dr. Gladys Herrera-Gurulé, State Director

  • Bilingual Education and Title III Programs (BMEB)
  • E-mail: gladys.herrera-gurule@state.nm.us

Adrian Sandoval

  • Bilingual Education and Title III (BMEB)
  • E-mail: adriani.sandoval@state.nm.us