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OFFICE OF FIELD SERVICES SPRING PLANNING WORKSHOP 2012. Where can I find this presentation and other important handouts?. www.michigan.gov/ofs. PARENT INVOLVEMENT. Parent Involvement.

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OFFICE OF FIELD SERVICES

SPRING PLANNING WORKSHOP

2012

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Parent Involvement

The Local Education Agency (LEA) Board policy on parental involvement, for any district receiving Title I Funds, must include all the required components of Section 1118 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).

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Parent Involvement

Each Title I school must have a parental involvement plan that addresses all of the required components of ESEA, Section 1118 and reflects the Board Policy.

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Parent Involvement

  • Parents must be involved in planning, implementing and evaluating programs.
  • Parents must be involved in evaluating parent involvement activities.
  • Support must be provided to staff to build capacity for effective parent involvement.
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Parent Involvement

  • The Schoolwide (and/or Targeted) School Improvement Plans must address all of the required components for Parent Involvement.
  • The School Improvement Plan must be implemented.
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Parent Involvement

  • The school must convene an annual parent meeting to explain requirements and solicit participation.
  • Annually, in elementary schools, the parent compact must be discussed during parent teacher conferences.
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Parent Involvement Resources:

  • MDE/OFS Parent Engagement Tool Kit
  • USED Parent Engagement
  • District On Site Review Study Guide
  • District On Site Review Explanation Document
  • Section 1118 from ESEA
  • District Parent Involvement Policy Rubric (ESEA Requirements)
  • Title I School Parent Involvement Policy Checklist
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Parent Involvement

v.

FAMILY

Engagement

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Program Evaluation

The district must establish a written process to ensure that all federal and state supplementary programs/services are evaluated annually for effectiveness and impact on student achievement.

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Program Evaluation

The district must have a written process in place to evaluate how Title II, Part A activities will impact student achievement.

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Program Evaluation

Schoolwide School Improvement Plans must include an evaluation process for meeting regulation 200.26(c). This process must be implemented.

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Program Evaluation

Targeted School Improvement Plans must include a process for monitoring student progress and the professional development needs for teachers (or staff) [ESEA, Sec. 1115, (c)(2)(B)]. This process must be implemented.

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Program Evaluation Resources:

  • School Study Guide
  • School Study Guide Explanation Document
  • MDE/OFS Program Evaluation Tool Pilot
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Gather

Student Achievement

Study

Do

Plan

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School Improvement Team

  • Teachers
  • Instructional Paraprofessionals
  • Parents
  • Community Member(s)
  • Building Administrator(s)
  • Students, if appropriate
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District Improvement Team

  • Representative Staff from each School*
  • Education Service Providers or Authorizers
  • School Board Members
  • Parents*
  • Community Member(s)*
  • District Administrator(s)
  • Students, if appropriate*
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How Do the Pieces of the Planning Process Link Together?

Gather

School Data Profile and Analysis

Consolidated Application/Title I School Selection

Study

Student Achievement

Do

DIP/SIP

Plan

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Process/Program Data

  • 40 or 90 Performance Indicators
  • Professional Development Alignment to Instructional Needs
  • Curriculum Alignment to Instruction and Assessment
  • Alignment to State Standards
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How Do We Plan for Subgroups?

  • Title I, Part D
  • Title III, LEP/Immigrant
  • Title I, Part C Migrant
  • Schools and Districts serving these populations must incorporate specific SMART objectives, strategies and activities in their DIP/SIP (no longer an LEAPC)
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Community Eligibility Option (CEO)

  • For districts with participating schools:
  • Column 6 must match LEARS data
  • Every school above 75% must be served
  • If schools are 75% or below, and have the exact same poverty percentage, they do not all need to be served, but must be ranked by academic need
  • Read the February CEO and TISS memo found on the OFS Website under “2012 Memos”
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Screen 2

Community Eligibility Option (CEO)

For districts considering participation in the Community Eligibility Option, please contact OFS prior to executing this decision to determine the impact on federal programs.

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Screen 5A

Funds Available

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Screen 5B:

Title I Data Collection for Required and Optional Reservations

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Screen 5B

Required and Optional Reservations

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Screen 5C

Equitable Share for Private School Services

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Screen 6A

Carryover, Parent Involvement Reservations

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Screen 6B

Allocation to School Attendance Areas and Other Funding

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Title I, Part A Services to Homeless Students

  • One Homeless Template Last Year
  • Four Homeless Templates for 2012-13
  • Introduction to the Homeless Templates
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Title I, Part A Services to Homeless Students

www.michigan.gov/ofs

Tools and Resources

2012-13 Consolidated Application Important Information

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Title I, Part A Services to Homeless Students

  • Title I and non-Title I schools must have comparable services
  • Districts that have all Title I schools may provide additional educationally related services
  • Services must be coordinated with the district’s designated homeless liaison
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Template A

  • Use this template if the LEA
    • Does not receive (or has declined) a Title I, Part A allocation
    • Has documentation on file that it has no homeless students
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Template B

  • Use this template if
    • 100% of the schools in the district are Title I
    • All schools within ALL grade spans receive Title I funds, including alternative schools
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Template C

  • Use Template C if the LEA
    • Has BOTH Title I Schools and non-Title I Schools and
    • Provides Academic Services ONLY
    • The method for determining Homeless Reservation must be included on Template C
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Template D

  • Use this template if the LEA
    • Has BOTH Title I Schools and non-Title I Schools AND
    • Provides Academic Services AND
    • Additional Educationally Related Services to Homeless Students
    • The method for determining Homeless Reservation must be included on Template D
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Barriers to Equitable Access to Services

  • Gender
  • Race
  • National Origin
  • Color
  • Disability
  • Age
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Participation of Private Nonprofit Schools – Federal Programs

Content: Screen shot from MEGS Consolidated Application Section 1.

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Participation of Private Nonprofit Schools – Federal Programs

Content: Screen shot from MEGS Consolidated Application Section II.

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Participation of Private Nonprofit Schools – Federal Programs

Content: Screen shot from MEGS Consolidated Application Section III.

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Private Nonprofit Equitable Share of Carryover

Content: Screenshot of Carryover Information screen

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Questions?

We will now move into

Introduction to MEGS+