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Title I Schoolwide. Ray Draghi and Rasha Hetata October 2014. Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). TA means that services are provided to a select group of children Is not eligible yet or has chosen not to operate as a Title I Schoolwide

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Title i schoolwide

Title I Schoolwide

Ray Draghiand Rasha Hetata

October 2014



TA means Act (ESEA)that services are provided to a select group of children

Is not eligible yet or has chosen not to operate as a Title I Schoolwide

Identifies eligible children within the school on the basis of multiple, educationally related criteria

Title I Targeted Assistance (TA)

Section 1115 Title I Part A

3


Who is Act (ESEA)eligible for Title I?

  • Title I eligible at/above 35% low income or at/above your district

  • low-income average.

  • Title I funds used primarily to support programs for eligible Title I students.


Title I Targeted Assistance Act (ESEA)

Identify eligible students

Rank order

(Multiple objective educationally related criteria)

Supplement not supplant


Title I Targeted Assistance Act (ESEA)

Eligible Students

Section 1115(B)

Migrant children, Immigrant or LEP who received services under other federal grants

Children who participated in Title I-funded preschool programs, Head Start, Even Start or Early Reading

Neglected or delinquent Children

Homeless children

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Benefits of ta school
Benefits of Act (ESEA)TA School

Title I funds exclusively serve children with the greatest academic need.

The academic progress of the individual student served is readily monitored and evaluated.

Title I funds are clearly budgeted, expended and accounted for.


May an LEA use Part A Act (ESEA)

Funds to Identify At-risk

Students?

NO

It’s the LEA’s responsibility.


What’s a Title I Act (ESEA)Schoolwide Program?


Title I Act (ESEA)Schoolwide Program Requirements

Poverty level of at least 40%.

School must spend at least one year developing a comprehensive plan.


Comprehensive needs assessment
Comprehensive Needs Assessment Act (ESEA)

1

Identify gaps between current school status and vision of where it wants to be.


Comprehensive plan
Comprehensive Plan Act (ESEA)

2

Reform Strategies

Highly Qualified Teachers

(Must be 100%HQT)

High Quality Professional Development


Comprehensive plan1
Comprehensive Plan Act (ESEA)

Attract Highly Qualified Teachers

Increase Parental Involvement

Preschool Transition


Comprehensive plan2
Comprehensive Plan Act (ESEA)

Teachers & Use of Assessment Data

Effective and Timely Additional Assistance

Coordination of Programs


Schoolwide Act (ESEA) Plan Development


Schoolwide Act (ESEA)Plan Development

  • The comprehensive plan SHALL be –

    • Developed during a one-year period*

    • Developed with the involvement of

    • - Parents, teachers, principals, administrators, Pupil Services Personnel, Technical Assistance Providers, School Staff and even Students (if secondary school)


Annual evaluation
Annual Evaluation Act (ESEA)

3

School must annually evaluate the outcomes

Is the plan appropriate as written?

School must revise its plan as necessary



Process for schoolwide planning
Process for Act (ESEA)Schoolwide Planning


Process for schoolwide planning1
Process for Act (ESEA)Schoolwide Planning


Questions schoolwide
Questions - Act (ESEA)Schoolwide


ESEA, Section 1114, Act (ESEA)

Title I Schoolwide Pooling


Purpose of schoolwide pool
Purpose of Act (ESEA)Schoolwide Pool


Schoolwide Act (ESEA) Pooling

Not more money, only added fiscal flexibility

Pooling creates a consolidated budget


Ensure Intent and Purpose of the Contributing Federal Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.


Funds in schoolwide pool
Funds in Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.Schoolwide Pool


Auditor of state bulletin
Auditor of State Bulletin Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.


Board Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.Resolution

Resolution establishing schoolwide pooling for all eligible Title I schoolwide buildings.


Requirements Still to Meet Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Required set-asides

Private School Participation

MOE/Comparability

Supplement, not supplant


Requirements Still to Meet Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Required set-asides

Private School Participation

MOE/Comparability

Supplement, not supplant


Benefits Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Increased spending of federal funds

Consolidate budget

Greater flexibility


Resources Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Designing Schoolwide Pro. Non- Reg. Guidance

Title I Fiscal Issues

Schoolwide Pool

User Guide

Auditor of State Bulletin

2007-003


Questions
Questions? Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.


Esea flexibility waiver expanded learning opportunities

ESEA Flexibility Waiver/Expanded Learning Opportunities Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

October 2014


Esea flexibility waiver 20 requirement uses of funds
ESEA Flexibility Waiver 20% Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.Requirement uses of funds

  • Supporting implementation of expanded learning time for K-2 to meet Reading and Language Arts AMO’s

  • Other school specific needs as identified through the intervention models and/or School Improvement plans

  • Implementing college and career readiness


Esea flexibility waiver 20 requirement uses of funds1
ESEA Flexibility Waiver 20% Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.Requirement uses of funds

  • Teacher collaboration

  • Expanding the day for traditional instructional time

  • Implement new school models (ex: turnaround principles, innovation)

  • Collaborate with 21st CCLC partners where applicable to plan, implement and evaluation restructuring the rearticulating of the school day


Instructional salaries and benefits
Instructional Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.Salaries and Benefits

Instruction:

Teachers HQT Core Academics

Support Services: Paraprofessionals


Transportation
Transportation Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Supplemental:

Bus Driver Salary and Benefits

Summer School

After or before school


Professional development

Title I SI Sub Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.A

20% Set-Aside

Professional Development


Instructional supplies

Provide an explanation in the CCIP History log. Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Identify strategy that describes the activity in the planning tool.

Instructional Supplies


Instructional supplies1

Supplemental Materials Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Instructional Supplies


Capital outlay

Provide an explanation Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.in CCIP History log.

Identifystrategy that describes the activity in the planning tool.

Capital Outlay


Examples of unallowable title i purchases
Examples of Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.UnallowableTitle I Purchases

Materials that do not directly relate to core subject areas

No food, snacks, or refreshments of any kind


Child nutrition programs
Child Nutrition Programs Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.


Where can i find information about expanded learning time
Where can I find Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.information about expanded learning time?


Contact
Contact Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Office of Federal Programs Consultants

Ray Draghi

[email protected]

(614) 466-4161

Your district’s consultant

CCIP Address Book


Questions1
Questions? Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.


Education ohio gov
education.ohio.gov Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.


Follow superintendent ross on twitter
Follow Superintendent Ross Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.on Twitter


Social media
Social Media Program are met, particularly as they relate to the lowest-performing students.

Ohio Families and Education

Ohio Teachers’ Homeroom

ohio-department-of-education

storify.com/ohioEdDept

@OHEducation

OhioEdDept


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