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SUPPLEMENT, NOT SUPPLANT. SUPPLEMENT, NOT SUPPLANT TESTS. District Level: Maintenance of Effort School Level: Comparability of Services Child Level: Educational Program Services. MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT.

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supplement not supplant tests
SUPPLEMENT, NOT SUPPLANT TESTS
  • District Level: Maintenance of Effort
  • School Level: Comparability of Services
  • Child Level: Educational Program Services
maintenance of effort
MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT
  • ensure that federal assistance serves a supplemental rather than a basic education function
  • grantees do not shift to the federal government their ongoing responsibility for basic education
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MOE

(continued)

  • yearly per pupil expenditure
  • from the Annual Statistical Report
  • to determine their effort with respect to the provision of free public education
expenditures include
EXPENDITURES INCLUDE

Expenditures for:

  • administration
  • instruction
  • attendance
  • health services
  • pupil transportation
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EXPENDITURES

(continued)

  • plant operation and maintenance
  • fixed charges
  • net expenditures to cover deficits for food services and student body activities
exclusions
EXCLUSIONS
  • community services
  • capital outlay
  • debt service
  • expenditures for which an applicant is specifically accountable to the federal government
comparability
COMPARABILITY
  • the LEA may receive Part A funds only if it uses State and local funds to provide services in Part A schools that are at least comparable to the services provided in other schools
comparability9
COMPARABILITY

(continued)

  • the LEA must use State and local funds to provide services that are substantially comparable in each Part A school
comparability10
COMPARABILITY

(continued)

  • the LEA must demonstrate that it will use State and local funds to provide services that are substantially comparable in each school, even if all schools in the LEA are served
meeting comparability requirements
MEETING COMPARABILITY REQUIREMENTS

The LEA shall be considered meeting requirements when the SEA has a written assurance of an established and implemented:

  • district wide salary schedule
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MEETING COMPARABILITY REQUIREMENTS

(continued)

Policy to ensure equivalence among schools:

  • in teachers, administration and other staff
  • in the provision of curriculum materials and instructional supplies
records
RECORDS

The LEA:

  • files a written assurance
  • keeps records to document that the salary schedule and policies were implemented and equivalence was achieved among schools
compliance
COMPLIANCE

The LEA must:

  • develop procedures for compliance with the comparability requirement
  • implement those procedures annually
  • document compliance with the comparability requirement biennially
unpredictable changes
UNPREDICTABLE CHANGES
  • student enrollment
  • personnel assignments

Therefore:

  • establish an early date for comparability
  • any reassignment would require reassessment of comparability
instructional staff
INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF

Includes:

  • staff who provide instruction to children or assist or supervise those who provide instruction
  • teachers, principals, consultants, librarians, supervisors of instruction, guidance and psychological personnel
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INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF

(continued)

  • clerical personnel and other para-professionals who assist other instructional staff
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SUPPLEMENT, NOT SUPPLANT
  • may use Title I funds only to supplement and increase the level of funds that would, in the absence of Title I funds, be made available from non Federal sources
  • in no case may Title I funds take the place of non Federal funds
purpose

PURPOSE

To ensure thatall children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and State academic assessments.

Section 1001

steps to proficiency sec 1001
Steps to Proficiency,Sec. 1001
  • High-quality academic assessments
  • State accountability systems
  • Teacher preparation and training
  • Alignment of curriculum and materials with standards and assessments
  • Common expectations for student academic achievement
steps to proficiency continued
Steps to Proficiency, continued
  • Meet the educational needs of low-achieving children in high poverty schools, limited English proficient students, migratory children, children with disabilities, Indian children, neglected or delinquent children, and of children in need of reading assistance.
intent of the law

INTENT OF THE LAW

  • a sizable gap remains
  • many segments of our society lack the opportunity to become well educated

Although the achievement gap between disadvantaged children and other children has been reduced by over half in the past two decades

Section 1001

intent of the law sec 1001
Intent of the Law (Sec. 1001)
  • To close the achievement gap between high- and low-performing children
  • To hold schools, local educational agencies, and states accountable for improving the academic achievement of all children
  • To provide children with a high quality education
  • To distribute and target resources sufficiently to make a difference to local education agencies and schools where needs are the greatest
intent of the law sec 100124
Intent of the Law (Sec. 1001)
  • To improve and strengthen accountability, teaching, and learning by using State assessment systems
  • To provide greater decision making authority and greater flexibility to schools
  • To provide children an enriched and accelerated educational program
  • To promote schoolwide reform
intent of the law sec 100125
Intent of the Law (Sec. 1001)
  • To significantly elevate the quality of instruction by providing staff with substantial staff development opportunities
  • To coordinate services among Title programs
  • To afford parents substantial and meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their children
schoolwide programs

SCHOOLWIDE PROGRAMS

particularly address the needs of children who are members of the target population of any program

strategies for meeting the educational needs of historically underserved populations

Section 1114