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1 1 Shelton School District Title Programs Gail Straus, Assistant Director, Special Services

2 2 Programs Programs Title I-A Title I-A NCLB Impact NCLB Impact Q and A Q and A Presentation Overview

3 3 Title Programs managed by Special Services Title IA - Improving Basic Programs Title IA - Improving Basic Programs Title IB – EvenStart Family Literacy - competitive grant Title IB – EvenStart Family Literacy - competitive grant Title IC – Education of Migrant Children – not entitlement Title IC – Education of Migrant Children – not entitlement Title III – Limited English Proficient Title III – Limited English Proficient Title III – Emergency Immigrant – competitive grant Title III – Emergency Immigrant – competitive grant Title X – Education for Homeless – competitive grant Title X – Education for Homeless – competitive grant

4 4 Title IA – largest Title allocation to District ’07-’08 allocation = $747,186 Funds allocated to districts based on poverty (census data) Funds allocated to districts based on poverty (census data) Funds allocated to buildings based on poverty (free/reduced lunch) Funds allocated to buildings based on poverty (free/reduced lunch) Allocation to district has decreased the past 4 years, although district free/reduced rate has increased. Allocation to district has decreased the past 4 years, although district free/reduced rate has increased.

5 5 Allocation and Free/Reduced Comparison Allocation ComparisonDistrict Free/Reduced $747,186 Nov % $756, % $768, % 04-05$779, %

6 6 Title IA is used at our 3 elementary buildings Purpose of $ is to help students at greatest risk of not meeting state standards, particularly in reading and math Purpose of $ is to help students at greatest risk of not meeting state standards, particularly in reading and math Allocations to buildings are proportional to their free/reduced count Allocations to buildings are proportional to their free/reduced count All students in each elementary eligible for Title I assistance via the “Schoolwide Model” All students in each elementary eligible for Title I assistance via the “Schoolwide Model”

7 7 Free/Reduced Chart for BDX, MTV, EVG

8 8 Grant funds for ’07-’08 pay for: 6.2 FTE in teachers 6.2 FTE in teachers hours in Educational Assistants per day hours in Educational Assistants per day Training Training Materials Materials Parent involvement Parent involvement

9 9 NCLB Impact Because state and school districts receive Title I dollars, sanctions for not making AYP apply to our district and Title I schools District AYP (all schools) District AYP (all schools) School AYP (Reported for all schools. Financial and other sanctions apply to Title I schools) School AYP (Reported for all schools. Financial and other sanctions apply to Title I schools)

10 10 NCLB Impact (continued) District did not make AYP for 1 st time this year 70 areas were measured 70 areas were measured 56/70 areas met AYP 56/70 areas met AYP

11 11 District Areas Not Making AYP GradeReadingMathOther Elementary (grades 3, 4, 5) Hispanic students Hispanic students Limited English Limited English students students Special Education Special Education students students Limited English Limited English students students Special Education Special Education students studentsN/A Middle (grades 6, 7, 8) Special Education Special Education students students Hispanic students Hispanic students Low Income Low Income students students Special Education Special Education students studentsN/A High School (grade 10) N/A All students All students Low Income Low Income students students Special Education Special Education students students Not meeting Not meeting graduation rate graduation rate standard standard Participation rate of Participation rate of Special Education Special Education students taking students taking WASL Reading WASL Reading

12 12 Possible Sanction for Fall 2008 After 2 nd year of not making AYP Development of a District Improvement Plan Development of a District Improvement Plan 10% of Title I budget must be allocated to address Professional Development needs 10% of Title I budget must be allocated to address Professional Development needs

13 13 NCLB Impact Title I Schools and AYP BDX – yes (19 areas) BDX – yes (19 areas) MTV – yes (17 areas) MTV – yes (17 areas) EVG – no (23 areas, EVG – no (23 areas, 18 “yes” and 5 “no”) 18 “yes” and 5 “no”)

14 14 Evergreen Areas Not Making AYP ReadingMath All students All students Hispanic students Hispanic students Limited English Limited English students students Low Income students Low Income students Limited English Limited English students students

15 15 School Sanctions After 2 nd year of not making AYP Development of a School Improvement Plan Development of a School Improvement Plan “School Choice”: Parents can enroll child in another school (in district) making AYP “School Choice”: Parents can enroll child in another school (in district) making AYP 10% of school Title I budget must be spent on professional development 10% of school Title I budget must be spent on professional development

16 16 Q and A


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