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Stimulus Co-op. Title I, Part A and IDEA Applications. AGENDA TOPICS. Co-op Membership and Support Stimulus Funding Key Points ARRA Goals: Federal and State Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) Identifying Needs and Determining Activities through Small Group Work

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stimulus co op

Stimulus Co-op

Title I, Part A and IDEA


agenda topics
  • Co-op Membership and Support
  • Stimulus Funding Key Points
  • ARRA Goals: Federal and State
  • Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA)
  • Identifying Needs and Determining Activities through Small Group Work
  • Title I Application – Helpful Hints
  • Questions/Answers and Next Steps
what will the stimulus co op provide
What will the Stimulus Co-op Provide?
  • District Level Data Dig and Dashboard
  • Support in Identifying Needs and Aligning with ARRA and TEA goals
  • Ongoing Technical Assistance related to Grant Requirements, including quarterly report and amendment support
  • Discounted Professional Development based on Needs
  • Updated Grant Information as available from TEA/USDE
notebook materials
Notebook Materials
  • Presentation
  • Scenarios
  • District-level Reports:
      • Dashboard
      • AEIS
      • SPP
      • PBM
      • PEIMS
      • AYP Results
      • State Accountability Results
  • PD Resources
  • Application Information
stimulus funding key points
Stimulus Funding Key Points
  • Current Applications Available on Egrants – NCLB and IDEA
  • Must be submitted by no later than September 1, 2009
  • Funding will end September 30, 2011
  • Funds must be accounted for separately from other federal allocations
  • Significant Transparency and Accountability Requirements, including a “whistle-blowing” provision
  • DUNS number must be secured; CCR registration must be completed and US Congressional District # must be reported prior to receiving a NOGA
key points continued
KEY POINTS (continued)
  • Initiatives Must be tied to Needs ANDbe included in district and/or campus plans
  • Private Non-profit School Consultation is Required
  • Districts must track new jobs created and number of existing jobs saved
  • A Needs Assessment Data Validation will occur in September from the NCLB office at TEA
  • Quarterly reports will include programmatic information, not just fiscal, with data elements TBD
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KEY POINTS (continued)
  • All Title I, Part A district-level setasides (parent involvement, homeless, neglected/delinquent facilities, choice/SES, and professional development) are required (unless TEA secures a waiver)
  • While TEA expects more than 30% of the funds to be reserved for district-level initiatives, funds must also be allocated to Title I eligible campuses
  • All Title I and IDEA rules/regulations apply
  • Be able to answer auditor questions about how your activities are aligned with your Needs Assessment and ARRA and TEA goals!
aligned allowable title i investments
Aligned Allowable Title I Investments

Supplemental professional development and activities, meeting identified needs of Title I campuses, such as:

* Refers to Schedule 3111 of ARRA Title I Application

alignment arra tea and title i and idea
Alignment: ARRA, TEA, and Title I and IDEA
  • But…


needs must drive all decisions
Needs Must Drive All Decisions

Identifying Needs to ensure that

Title I and IDEA activities are based on needs!

The rest of today will be spent introducing ways to identify needs based on data.

comprehensive needs assessment
Comprehensive Needs Assessment

A Comprehensive Needs Assessment should include longitudinal data in the following domains:

I. Shifting Demographics

II. State Accountability

III. Federal Accountability

IV. Grade Level Standards

V. College or Work Force Preparation

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Comprehensive Needs Assessment

Domains continued:

VI. Teacher Retention

VII. School Processes in Support of Equity

VIII. Safe Schools

IX. Parent/Community Engagement

state performance plan spp profile
State Performance Plan (SPP) Profile
  • While the domains include data related to students with disabilities, the SPP profile gives district’s specific data as to how they compare to the State.
  • The SPP provides analysis of district data on 21 indicators in 14 areas, including graduation, dropout, AYP, assessment , discipline, LRE, preschool LRE, preschool progress, parent involvement, disproportionality, timelines, 3-year olds, transition and post-secondary participation.
aligning needs to activities
Aligning Needs to Activities

Identified Needs must be aligned to Activities indicated on Schedule PS3111 of the Title I Stimulus Application

  • Activity Areas include:
    • High School Completion and Dropout Prevention
    • Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
    • High-Quality Professional Development
    • Reading First or Similarly Implemented Reading Programs
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Aligning Needs to Activities
  • Activity Areas continued:
      • Response to Intervention (RtI)
      • School Improvement
      • Technology
      • Teacher Quality
      • STEM Education
      • Early Childhood
      • Perkins/Career and Technology Education



Region XIII has developed 5 scenarios to help you prioritize your grant needs and allocate grant funds based on data that you have available in your notebooks.

district comprehensive needs assessment
District Comprehensive Needs Assessment

Using the data notebook, as well as any other data you brought with you, including parent evaluation information, you will:

  • identify needs
  • prioritize needs if necessary
  • align needs to Title I PS3111 activities and SPP indicators using the activity worksheets
  • begin delineating costs for district-level vs. campus activities
usde guiding questions
USDE Guiding Questions

And, check to ensure that the district can answer YESto all five questions posed by the USDE. Will the proposed use of funds:

1. drive improved results for students, including students in poverty, students with disabilities, and ELLs?

2. increase educator’s long-term capacityto improve results for students?

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USDE Guiding Questions

3. advance state, district, or school improvement plans and the reform goals encompassed in ARRA?

4. avoid recurring coststhat states, school systems, and schools are unprepared to assume when this funding ends?

5. include approaches to measure and track implementation and results and create feedback loops to modify or discontinue strategies based on evidence? (i.e., foster continuous improvement?)

application guidelines and instructions
Application Guidelines and Instructions
  • Part 2- Program Guidelines and Use of Funds
  • ARRA of 2009 (Stimulus Funding) NCLB Application for Federal ARRA Funding
  • 2009-2010 School Year
  • Due to TEA – 5:00 p.m. Central Time,

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

  • Standard Application System (SAS) Schedule Instructions NCLB Stimulus Application for Federal Funding 2009-2010
next steps
Next Steps
  • Consult with private non-profit schools about ARRA (if not already done so)
  • Maintain documentation related to private non-profit school consultation
  • Ensure your district has a DUNS # and has completed the CCR registration
  • Complete the CNA process for all campuses
  • Collect data from other sources to document needs (if data provided is not adequate to support needs)
  • Include initiatives in DIP and CIPs
  • Identify estimated costs for district vs. campus initiatives for Title I
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Next Steps
  • Read the Provision and Assurances, especially those specific to ARRA
  • Complete other components of the application
  • Ensure all CNA documents are in a secure location so available if TEA calls for them in September
  • Begin discussing with appropriate staff how to capture data related to positions saved and created through ARRA
  • Submit the Egrant application as soon as possible if planning to hire positions that begin this summer
  • Begin to identify participants for the Data Dig that will occur in September
  • Submit the Egrant applications by no later than September 1!!!!
helpful state websites
Helpful State Websites
  • TEA Stimulus Website

  • NCLBST10 Application

  • NCLBST10 TEA Website for Viewing Purposes Only /GrantProgramSearch/aspx

important websites
Important Websites
  • USDE Guidance

  • ESCXIII ARRA Stimulus Funding

who do i contact
Who Do I Contact?
  • For Title I, ARRA:

Dan Arrigona 512-919-5236

[email protected]

Craig Henderson 512-919-5390

[email protected]

Julie Lyons 512-619-2174

[email protected]

  • For IDEA ARRA:

Shirley Sanford 512-919-5375

[email protected]