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Office of Field Services Spring Planning Workshop for the 2013-14 School Year. Office of Field Services. Workshop Topics District Improvement Plan (DIP) and School Improvement Plan (SIP) in the ASSIST PLATFORM via AdvancED Title I School Selection (TISS) in MEGS+
Spring Planning Workshop
for the 2013-14
Office of Field Services
School Improvement Plan (SIP)
Important Note: TISS screens must be completed in numerical order.
Before initiating the 2013-14 TISS in MEGS+, the LEA’s authorized user must update EEM to reflect the following changes:
See TISS HELP Information
Use View/Edit to :
How are schools identified for Title I support?
school grouping average
Screen 5A addresses:
(up to 100% of Title II, Part A after private
school equitable share is deducted)
Transferred Carryover and Equitable Services
Row 1b: Enter prior year carryover funds transferred from
other grant sources (will be included in determining
equitable services for eligible private schools)
Row 1c: Enter total amount of unspent Title I funds
designated in the prior year for equitable services
to private schools for which the district has assumed
responsibility for the lack of full participation by the
Title I Data Collection for Required and Optional Reservations
Language has been aligned to the MDE Flexibility Waiver:
Required and Optional Reservations
If there are prior year unspent parent involvement funds being carried over, those funds must be expended only on parent involvement activities.
Under: “Tools and Resources”
Find: “2013-14 Consolidated Application Important Information”
Click On: “ParticipatingPrivateSchools’
Equitable ShareCalculationWorksheet ”
Carryover, Parent Involvement Reservations
Allocation to School Attendance Areas and Other Funding
Describe how the full allocation will be used to provide Title I-like services.
“Show Help” is available when you are in the Application Menu or on any of the Quick Links screens.
Additional Help is available when you are in the application.
III. Parent Involvement
“…describe the methods used to inform and involve parents to ensure fair and equitable opportunities to participate in planning, implementing and evaluation of the Title I program…”
These are required documents that can be
found at the Office of Field Services website:
The district may use Title I funds only for those administrative costs that are directly related to the Title I program.
Description of Core Academic Subjects –
The term “core academic subjects” means English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics and government, economics, arts, history and geography
5 Required Days………
Funds can be utilized to facilitate Keynote speakers/consultants relative to Title II, Part A topics
Refer to the Title II, Part A FAQs at www.michigan.gov/ofs regarding:
2012-13 funds that were approved but not expended may be made available as carryover through the amendment process after certification of the Final Expenditure Report
Title IA, Title IC, Title ID, Title III, Homeless
Name of School District/PSA:
Name of the Title III/EL contact person, email address, & phone number:
World-Class Instructional Design & Assessment (WIDA) English Language Proficiency Standards:
Tools and Resources
2012-13 Consolidated Application Important Information
[Title I, Part A, Section 1120 A (b)]
Contact your Regional Office of Field Services Consultant: