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The New Age: No Child Left Behind. B. When it comes to the education of our children... failure is not an option. --President George W. Bush. No Child Left Behind… What is It? Comprehensive reform to bridge the achievement gap between disadvantaged and minority students and their peers.

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The New Age:

No Child Left Behind

No Child Left Behind

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B

When it comes to the education of our children... failure is not an option.--President George W. Bush

No Child Left Behind

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No Child Left Behind…

What is It?

Comprehensive reform to bridge the achievement gap between disadvantaged and minority students and their peers.

Most sweeping reform of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) since it was enacted in 1965.

Replaces the Improving America’s Schools Act (IASA).

No Child Left Behind

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The four principles of

No Child Left Behind

  • Stronger accountability for results.
  • Expanded options for parents.
  • Increased flexibility and local control.
  • An emphasis on teaching methods that are proven to work.

No Child Left Behind

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TRUE OR FALSE?

No Child Left Behind

will cut down on red tape and bureaucracy.

  • The number of programs have been reduced.
  • Local control has been increased.
  • School districts can transfer almost 50% of their
  • dollars between programs without approval.

No Child Left Behind

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TRUE OR FALSE?

No Child Left Behind

STRENGTHENS TEACHER QUALITY

  • Subject matter competency
  • Preliminary credential or be enrolled in a teacher education program
  • All teachers with paraprofessional aides at Title I schools have new standards of accountability

No Child Left Behind

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TRUE OR FALSE?

No Child Left Behind

  • LEP students will learn through scientifically based teaching methods.
  • LEP students will be tested for reading and language arts in English after attending school in the US for three consecutive years.

ENSURES ENGLISH PROFICIENCY

No Child Left Behind

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TRUE OR FALSE?

No Child Left Behind

Creates public school choice: parents will be able to transfer their students to a better performing school.

  • ONLY IN SCHOOLS IDENTIFIED AS TITLE I PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT.
  • DISTRICT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TRANSPORTATION.

No Child Left Behind

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TRUE OR FALSE?

No Child Left Behind

Title I dollars can now be used for tutoring, after school services and summer school for all children.

  • ONLY IN TITLE I SCHOOLS

No Child Left Behind

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Districts are required to submit a Local Education Agency Plan (LEAP) outlining the integration of State and Federal Programs by June 1, 2003(Annual Updates and Accountability)

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Sites are required to submit a Single Plan for Student Achievement outlining the integration of State and Federal Programs and LEAP(Annual Updates and Board Approval)

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No Child Left Behind

Program Improvement as it applies to a School Site

Program Improvement

Fails AYP

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No Child Left Behind

Program Improvement as it applies to a School Site

Program Improvement

Fails AYP

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No Child Left Behind

Program Improvement as it applies to a School Site

Program Improvement

Fails AYP

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No Child Left Behind

Program Improvement as it applies to a School Site

Corrective Action

  • Replace school staff within current contract agreements
  • Decrease management authority at school level
  • Appoint outside expert
  • Restructure internal organization/structure of school
  • Implement a new curriculum and professional developement.
  • Extend the school year or school day
  • Inform public and parents of corrective action and allow comment

Fails AYP

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No Child Left Behind

Program Improvement as it applies to a School Site

Corrective Action

  • Inform public and parents of corrective action and allow comment

Fails AYP

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No Child Left Behind

Program Improvement as it applies to a School Site

Corrective Action

Restructuring

  • Inform public and parents of corrective action and allow comment
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FUNDING COMPONENTS:

The High Points

No Child Left Behind

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Title I Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

Part A—Basic Programs

Part B—Student Reading Skills Improvement

Title II Preparing, Training, & Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals

Part A – Teacher Quality

Part D – Technology

No Child Left Behind

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Title III Language Instruction for LEP and

Immigrant Students

Part A—English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement, and Academic Achievement Act

All schools with ELLs receive a portion of Title III for all LEP students; however, the other portion is for LEP students in the US for 3 years or less.

No Child Left Behind

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Title IV 21st Century Schools

Part A—Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities

Title V: Promoting Informed Parental Choice and Innovative Program

Part A—Local and State Innovative Programs

Part C—Fund for the Improvement of Education

No Child Left Behind

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Title VI Flexibility and Accountability

Part A—Improving Academic Achievement

Title VII Indian, Native Hawaiian and

Alaska Native Education

Part A—Indian Education

Title VIII Impact Aid Program

Title IX General Provisions

Title X Repeals, Resignations and

Amendments to Other Statues

No Child Left Behind

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Paraprofessionals

  • Hired after January 8, 2002:
    • Complete two years of higher education study OR
    • Have an A.A./A.S degreeOR
    • Pass some formal assessment that isn’t specified
    • Hired before 1/8/02 Must have the above by January 2006

June 2006

No Child Left Behind

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Teachers

  • ALL new teachers must be highly qualified as of the first day of school, 2002-2003
  • ALL teachers hired before 2002-2003 have until June, 2005-2006 to become highly qualified
  • EVERYONE must be highly qualified by June, 2006

No Child Left Behind

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Teaching Continuum:

Intern

Preliminary-BTSA

Clear-150 hours

No Child Left Behind

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What About EL Learners, Williams and DS credentials?

SDAIE

January 1999

CLAD/CTEL

No B.A?

No Child Left Behind

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“We are waiting for further clarification on that topic. Your input is appreciated.”

No Child Left Behind