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1 Title III, Part A Update Texas Education Agency Division of NCLB Program Coordination Institute for Second Language Achievement (ISLA) Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi March 31, 2005

2 Title III Accountability Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives

3 Title III Professional Development Opportunities Third Annual Title III Management Institute May 10-11, 2005 Renaissance Hotel Austin, Texas Symposium Addressing the Needs of Secondary LEP Students June 23-24, 2005 Renaissance Hotel Austin, Texas

4 Other Title III Dates SAS-NCLBAA06 SAS-NCLBAA06 – Available 5/1/05 – Due 7/1/05 or 9/1/ Title III Compliance Report Title III Compliance Report – Available 7/1/05 – Due 8/15/05 AMAO Implementation AMAO Implementation – TELPAS spring 2005 – Notification fall 2005

5 Title III Accountability & Reporting Requirements Title III statute: tleIIIStatute.htm Title III statute: tleIIIStatute.htm tleIIIStatute.htm tleIIIStatute.htm Jan. 28 AMAO Implementation Letter sment/resources/letters/ Jan. 28 AMAO Implementation Letter sment/resources/letters/ sment/resources/letters/ sment/resources/letters/

6 AMAO Implementation Plan LEA Notification of AMAO Plan January 28 Title III Requirements TETN February 7 TELPAS administration March 21 - April 8

7 AMAO Implementation Plan District/Campus TELPAS Reports May 6 PBMAS Preview Data August 2005 LEA Notification of Failure to Meet AMAOs Not Later Than November 2005

8 Title III AMAO Targets NCLB requires Title III-funded LEAs and the state to meet annual performance targets for three (3) AMAOs. The first two relate specifically to English language proficiency. The third relates to meeting AYP for LEP students.

9 AMAO 1 AMAO 1 measures the percent of LEP students who make progress in learning English in – AMAO 1 measures the percent of LEP students who make progress in learning English in – – Kindergarten through Grade 2 – Grades 3 through 12

10 AMAO 1 Targets Progress: percent of current LEP students progressing by at least one proficiency level a year on TELPAS Progress: percent of current LEP students progressing by at least one proficiency level a year on TELPAS  K-Grade 2: N/A  Grades 3-12: 40%

11 2005 TELPAS Four Proficiency Ratings: Beginning Beginning Intermediate Intermediate Advanced Advanced Advanced High NEW! Advanced High NEW!

12 2005 TELPAS Grades K–2 Grades 3–12 ListeningTOPTOP SpeakingTOPTOP ReadingTOPRPTE WritingTOPTOP

13 AMAO 2 AMAO 2 measures the percent of LEP students who attain English language proficiency in – AMAO 2 measures the percent of LEP students who attain English language proficiency in – – Kindergarten through Grade 2 – Grades 3 through 12

14 AMAO 2 Targets Attainment: percent of current LEP students reaching Advanced High on TELPAS Attainment: percent of current LEP students reaching Advanced High on TELPAS  K-Grade 2: 1.5%  Grades 3-12:25% (Method 1) 40% (Method 2)

15 AMAO 3 AMAO 3 measures the adequate yearly progress of LEP students as described in section 1111(b)(2)(B) of NCLB. AMAO 3 measures the adequate yearly progress of LEP students as described in section 1111(b)(2)(B) of NCLB. The performance targets for AMAO 3 are the AYP targets already in place. The performance targets for AMAO 3 are the AYP targets already in place.

16 AMAOs Not Met – Year 1 If AMAO targets are not met the first year of implementation, parents must be notified within 30 days of LEA notification by TEA – Fall If AMAO targets are not met the first year of implementation, parents must be notified within 30 days of LEA notification by TEA – Fall Parents must be notified each year that the AMAOs are not met. Parents must be notified each year that the AMAOs are not met. Citation: NCLB, Public Law , Section 3302(b)(c)

17 AMAOs Not Met – Year 2 LEA must develop and implement improvement plan addressing objective(s) not met and factors preventing LEA from achieving objective(s) – Fall/Spring LEA must develop and implement improvement plan addressing objective(s) not met and factors preventing LEA from achieving objective(s) – Fall/Spring TEA must provide technical assistance to LEA – Fall/Spring TEA must provide technical assistance to LEA – Fall/Spring 2005.

18 AMAOs Not Met – Year 2 (cont.) TEA must provide professional development strategies and activities. TEA must provide professional development strategies and activities. TEA must develop a plan to incorporate strategies and methodologies, based on scientifically based research, to improve the specific program or method of instruction provided to LEP students. TEA must develop a plan to incorporate strategies and methodologies, based on scientifically based research, to improve the specific program or method of instruction provided to LEP students. Citation: NCLB, P.L , Section 3122(b)

19 AMAOs Not Met – Year 3 LEA will continue to implement improvement plan. LEA will continue to implement improvement plan. TEA must monitor the implementation of the LEA improvement plan and continue providing assistance. TEA must monitor the implementation of the LEA improvement plan and continue providing assistance. Citation: NCLB, P.L , Section 3122(b)

20 AMAOs Not Met – Year 4 TEA must: TEA must: – require the LEA to modify the curriculum, program, and method of instruction, OR – determine whether the LEA will continue to receive Title III funds and require that the LEA replace educational personnel relevant to the LEA's failure to meet AMAOs. Citation: NCLB, P.L , Section 3122(b)(4) Citation: NCLB, P.L , Section 3122(b)(4)

21 PHONE FAX WEBSITEwww.tea.state.tx.us/nclb/


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