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 Free- and reduced-price lunch data › Used for identifying Title I schools, as designated by school districts  Reported to the Bureau of Student Assistance.

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2  Free- and reduced-price lunch data › Used for identifying Title I schools, as designated by school districts  Reported to the Bureau of Student Assistance  Added to the Master School ID File  Title I program models  Private school participation  Highly-qualified teachers and paraprofessionals

3  Data are collected though the Student Demographic, Federal/State Compensatory Project Evaluation, and Staff Demographic Reporting Formats

4 DDetermining Title I school eligibility (based on percent of students on free- or reduced-price lunch) ›S›School districts use the same data to determine allocations to Title I schools DDetermining the amount of funds districts must set-aside for highly-qualified teachers RReporting data to the US Department of Education

5  Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) – Data Elements › Participation in Title I Programs › Title I Schools In Need of Improvement, Corrective Action, or Restructuring › Title I Districts in Need of Improvement or Corrective Action

6  Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) – Data Elements › Types of Title I programs – schoolwide or targeted assistance › Students ages 5-17 › Private school participation › Title I local neglected › Demographics of participating students  Special services  Racial or ethnic group  Grade level

7  Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) – Data Elements › Instructional and support services provided in targeted assistance schools › Number of FTE staff funded through Title I targeted assistance programs

8  Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) – Data Elements › Teacher and paraprofessional quality  Core academic classes taught by highly- qualified teachers in high-poverty and low- poverty elementary and secondary schools  “High poverty” = upper quartile  Elementary schools with greater than 75.0% and secondary schools with greater than 57.4% FRPL  “Low poverty” = bottom quartile  Elementary schools with less than 33.4% and secondary schools with less than 20.5% FRPL

9  Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) – Data Elements › Teacher and paraprofessional quality  Percentage of qualified Title I paraprofessionals, excluding those with sole duties as translators and parent involvement assistants

10 FFederal and State Compensatory Reporting Format – New School Number 99995: Private School Students Participating in Title I Programs RReport services to private school students on the Federal State Compensatory Project Evaluation Reporting Format

11 Tammy McGriff, Title I Program Director

12 Melvin Herring Florida Department of Education Bureau of Federal Educational Programs REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NCLB PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE OPTIONS

13 NCLB Public School Choice Options › Public School Choice with transportation (CWT) › NCLB Option – CWT › Supplemental Educational Services (SES) › NCLB Option – SES

14 There are no new data elements for the school year.

15  Offer and provide transfer from home school to receiver school  Home school = Title I schools identified as in need of improvement, corrective action, or restructuring  Receiver school = public school

16 Data Reporting Data format: Prior School Status/Student Attendance Data element: Educational Choice Primary type of educational choice: Code C – Choice with Transportation ProgramCodeDescription Choice with Transportation CTransfer of a student to another public school other than the one to which the student is assigned in accordance with the NCLB Choice with Transportation option – s , F.S.

17 Survey 2 August 2012February 2012October 2011 Survey 5Survey 3

18 Federal reporting requirement Students applying for CWT Current school year

19 Data Reporting Data format: Federal/State Indicator Status Data element: NCLB Option – CWT

20 Code CDid not apply to transfer Enrolled in a SINI 2+ Did not request to transfer Code DApplied to transfer Enrolled in a SINI 2+ Requested to transfer Code ZNo applicable Not enrolled in SINI 2+ LEA does not have receiver school Student is a pre-kindergartener

21 Survey 2 August 2012February 2012October 2011 Survey 5Survey 3

22  Title I schools not met AYP for 2+ consecutive years  Enrolled students qualifying for FRPL  Prioritization

23  Tutoring in reading/language arts, science and mathematics  Outside the regular school day  Provided by state-approved SES providers

24 Data Reporting Data format: Title I Supplemental Educational Services Current data elements: › District › School, Student › Survey Period › Year › SES Provider (App. T) › Term › SES Contact Hours – Reading/Language Arts, Math, and Science › Begin Services Date

25 By May 1 of each year, each supplemental educational services provider must report to the Department of Education, unless a prior agreement has been made with the local school district, in an electronic form prescribed by the department, the following information regarding services provided to public school students in the district: 1. Student learning gains as demonstrated by mastery of applicable benchmarks or access points set forth in the Sunshine State Standards; 2. Student attendance and completion data; 3. Parent satisfaction survey results; 4. School district satisfaction survey results received directly from the school district; and 5. Satisfaction survey results received directly from the school district which were completed by principals in whose schools onsite supplemental educational services were provided.

26 SES Contact Hours › Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, & Science SES Length of Prescribed Program › Total number of tutoring hours › Report for each provider › Hours of all subject areas added to calculate length of prescribed program › Round to nearest whole number

27 SES Achievement Goals (for each subject area)  Total number of student learning goals by subject area (recommendation: 1 to 5 goals per subject)  Established in the Student Learning Plan  No goals need to be report with code ’00’

28 SES Achievement Goals Mastered (for each subject area)  Total number of learning goals for each subject mastered by student  No goals established need to be report with code ’00’  No goals mastered need to be reported with code ’00’

29 SES Achievement Goals Mastered (for each subject area)  No achievement goals reported then goals mastered need to be coded ’00’  Goals mastered on or before May 1 must be reported

30 Survey 2 August 2012 January 2012 October 2011 Survey 5 Survey 3 Survey 9 February 2012 Note: As a result of the SES Provider Evaluation, FDOE may request that LEAs make weekly uploads of Survey 3 data beyond the regular reporting schedule

31 Federal reporting requirement Students applying for SES Current school year

32 Data Reporting Data format: Federal/State Indicator Status Data element: NCLB Option – SES

33 Code CDid not apply for SES Enrolled in a SINI 1+ Qualifies for FRPL Did not request SES Code DApplied for SES Enrolled in a SINI 1+ Qualifies for FRPL Requested SES Code ZNo applicable Not enrolled in SINI 1+ Does not qualifies for FRPL Student is a pre- kindergartener

34 Survey 2 August 2012February 2012October 2011 Survey 5Survey 3

35  All non-federal choice programs have been removed › Controlled Open Enrollment › Magnet Schools › ABC Schools  Oversight of these programs will be transferred to The Florida School Choice Office Jean Miller xxxx

36 Bureau of Federal Educational Programs Melvin Herring Main Line: Direct Line: Web address:


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