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Coordinating Title I and Special Education: Differences, Similarities and Making It All Work Homeless Students and Title I: Meeting Mandates for Identification, Funding and Services
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The ESEA holds Title I teachers, principals, and administrators accountable for the achievement of all students -- including students with disabilities. Nearly every school district in the country is coping with rising numbers of homeless families, thanks to the widespread foreclosure crisis and troubled national economy.
How to Write a Title I School-Parent Compact That Will Get Results and Close Your Achievement Gap Parental Involvement and Title I: School-Level Requirements and Compliance Strategies
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Price: $250.00
The School-Parent Compact is often seen as a time-consuming annual chore for Title I schools that is then filed and forgotten. Parental involvement has always been a central component of the Title I law.
The New SES-Choice Requirements: Strategies for Compliance The Title I Parent Involvement Set-Aside: What Can I Spend It On?
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There’s a lot to know and do when it comes to the new Title I regulations on supplemental educational services and school choice -- from the 14-day choice notification requirement and tighter rules on reallocation of SES-Choice funds, to more detailed regulations on reporting program compliance. The one percent Title I parent involvement set-aside is designed to help Title I schools further a core program goal: to foster meaningful involvement of parents in their children's education.
Title I Compliance: Strategies to Boost Internal Controls and Minimize Audit Risk Title I Parental Involvement Requirements: I Sent Out a Letter, But No One Showed Up
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The federal government is increasingly focused on state and local grant recipients maintaining robust internal controls so that federal funds are appropriately spent, tracked and managed. Parent involvement has a long history in Title I, but the No Child Left Behind Act gives district Title I directors important new responsibilities.
Title I Parental Involvement: What's Nice and What's Necessary Title I Spending Pitfalls: Stretching Your Dollars Without Breaking the Rules
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No Child Left Behind increases the requirements for meaningful parental involvement in Title I programs, activities and procedures. Title I administrators have never been under more pressure to stretch federal dollars in new directions.
   
 
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