EVERYTHING NONPUBLIC. May 2, 2011 – New Providence, NJ May 18, 2011 – Westhampton, NJ May 19, 2011 – Somerville, NJ May 23, 2011 – Newton, NJ May 25, 2011 – Wayne, NJ June 2, 2011 – Pennsauken, NJ June 3, 2011 – Hamilton, NJ June 6, 2011 – Neptune, NJ. State Nonpublic Programs
May 2, 2011 – New Providence, NJ
May 18, 2011 – Westhampton, NJ
May 19, 2011 – Somerville, NJ
May 23, 2011 – Newton, NJ
May 25, 2011 – Wayne, NJ
June 2, 2011 – Pennsauken, NJ
June 3, 2011 – Hamilton, NJ
June 6, 2011 – Neptune, NJ
Chapter 192 and Chapter 193
Submitted at any time during the school year through one of the following means:
Use of Nonpublic Schools
Annual submission of Report of Nonpublic Auxiliary and Handicapped Services
Request for Additional Funding Under the Provisions of Chapters 192/193if current funding insufficient
Restrictions: Administration 6%, Facilities Rental 18%
To provide nonpublic school students with auxiliary services
Grades K-2: Three of four measures
Grades K-2: Nonpublic School Responsibilities
Records: primary measures (assessment results); secondary measures
Individual Student Learning Plan
To provide nonpublic school students with remedial services
Subject of each Chapter 192-193 audit review is to verify the final payment information based on the Project Completion Report filed with the Division of Finance
Chapter 192 and Chapter 193 AuditingAuxiliary Services For Nonpublic Students
Office of Fiscal Accountability and Compliance (OFAC)
Public school district is responsible for use of funds
OFAC compares actual Chapter 192 students eligible for services and actually documented by proof of service
Trace all services to the project completion report filed with the Division of Finance
Chapter 192 commercial tests for eligibility and multiple measures
Review is in accordance with the annual guidance contained in the NJDOE publication for Chapter 192-193 services
OFAC review includes each 407-1 form for each Chapter 193 service
Subject of each audit review is to verify the final payment information based on the project completion report filed with the Division of Finance
OFAC reviews each service plan file for each full evaluation, reevaluation or annual review
OFAC reviews each supplemental services, or speech file for each evaluation or speech correction
The New Jersey Nonpublic School Textbook Law requires the board of education in each public school district in New Jersey to purchase (with state funds) and loan textbooks, upon individual request, to all students attending a nonpublic school located in the public school district.
Textbook means books, workbooks or manuals, whether bound or in loose-leaf form; or electronic textbooks including but not limited to: computer software, computer-assisted instruction, interactive videodisc and other computer courseware and magnetic media.
The district board of education having nonpublic schools within their school district boundaries shall provide nursing services to students enrolled in a nonpublic school as follows pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:40-23 et seq:
Nonpublic School Health Services
Children with Disabilities Enrolled by their Parents in Private Schools
Office of Special Education Programs
Services through IDEA-B
34 CFR §§300.129-144 (Handout)
APPENDIX B of 34 CFR Part 300.
Number of eligible children with disabilities
In public schools 300
In private schools + 20
Federal Part B Flow-
LEA receives $152,500
$476.57 a student
X 20 students
For proportionate share
Transportation as a related service
Use of personnel
Property Equipment and Supplies
Office of Special Education Programs
IDEA-B Program Coordinator
Legislation requires districts receiving Title I, Part A funds to provide services to:
Step 1: Locating Resident Nonpublic Students
Step 2: Counting Resident Nonpublic Students
Step 3: Generating Nonpublic Allocations
Nonpublic school officials may file a complaint with the NJDOE if the district does not engage in timely and meaningful consultation or give adequate consideration to the views of nonpublic school officials.
Types of Services
District maintains control of the program
Examples: SmartBoards, classroom textbooks, courses for teaching certification, professional development on reading
Office of Student Achievement and Accountability
Title I, Part A Nonpublic Program Coordinator
Title IIA – Improving Teacher Quality
Title III – English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement and Academic Achievement
Under Title II part A, private school teachers, principals and other educational personnel are eligible to participate to the extent that the district uses these funds to provide professional development for teachers and other school personnel.
The district must spend at least as much for Professional Development as it did in FY 2001 under the Eisenhower Professional Development and Class-size reduction programs. (hold harmless)
LEAs must consult with appropriate nonpublic school officials during the design, development, and implementation of the professional development program.
Improving knowledge of:
Title III provides funding for language instruction for English language learners (ELLs) and immigrant students.
Beginning in the 2011/12 school year:
Must be supplemental and may not replace or supplant services that would, in the absence of federal funds, be provided by nonpublic school to participating nonpublic school children.
Mathematics & Science Partnerships (Part B)
Improving Partnerships and Active Collaboration for Teaching (IMPACT) [Part A}
The purpose of the program is to supplement the education of children who attend low performing schools and live in high-poverty areas so that they may attain the skills necessary to meet New Jersey’s Core Curriculum Content Standards.
Access to the EWEG System
1). Access to the EWEG system is gained through the New Jersey Homeroom Page at: http://homeroom.state.nj.us/ (see screen view below).
2). On the left side of the screen click the link marked EWEG. The following screen will open:
3). Click the “Public Access” button.
After clicking the “Public Access” button, a screen appears with a list of formula grants that can be accessed. See below screen view.
4). Click the link for the application that will be viewed. The screen view below appears when the selected link is the Title I ARRA-Consolidated Application.
5). A district’s application may be accessed in two different ways:
A). Enter the Name of the district in the white cell marked “Starts with;”
B). Click in the radio box marked “District Code” and enter the County and District code in the white cell marked “Starts with.” Please note: do not place a space between the County code and the District code.
C). Click the “Search” button after completing either (a) or (b) above. The following screen will appear.
6). Click in the radio box to the left of the application to be viewed. The screen will refresh.
7). Click the “Open Application” button and the application opens.