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1 Dr. Lindy Buch Mr. Scott Menzel Richard Lower Blanche Deren Mischele McManus Pat Sargent August 20111

2 Executive Order What we know today The charge for January 1 2August 2011

3 Benefits of High-Quality Preschool Current GSRP Longitudinal Results Recommendation from GSRP First Year Returns, August 2011

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5 Establish process for quality preschool programming Generation and alignment of Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Infant-Toddlers, Prekindergarten and (upcoming) K-3 Statewide data collection/evaluation August 20115

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8 formula grantees within an ISD must be under the same consortium option Multiple ISDs may form a larger consortium Two Consortium Options August 20118

9 Pass-through of funds. Serve children based on the allocation to each grantee Will generate individual MEGS budgets Grantees may subcontract to agencies or LEAs ISD responsible for oversight of application ISD may retain up to 5% 10% admin cap on each grantee/ISD budget Serve children based on the allocation to the entire consortium Will generate one budget in MEGS Grantees may subcontract to agencies or LEAs ISD responsible for data and program quality ISD actively manages enrollment throughout the region ISD coordinates services and ECS support ISD may retain up to 10% August 20119

10 What? Not interested in FY12 GSRP? Rejected membership will result in GSRP slots (funding) returned to the state for redistribution. Option 1: possibility to subcontract Option 2: flexibility to use slots elsewhere August Accepting Membership Option 1: Funds and Services Option 2: Services Only

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12 ISDs are the only eligible applicants MEGS application will not be changed significantly from FY11 ISD oversight of application ISD responsibility to submit application. August

13 Suggested minimum topics: Processes and timelines for cash flow Processes for carryover, deferred funds Administrative costs for ISD, grantee Application and report requirements August

14 Suggested quality topics: Oversight of available slots, waiting lists Collaboration among GSRPs, with HS Professional development Program evaluation Early Childhood Specialist August

15 The ECS must have: Graduate degree in early childhood education or child development Five or more years of relevant job experience Specific professional development The ECS: Leads Program Evaluation-online PQA Mentors Staff Creates Relevant Professional Developmental Plans Advocates for Quality August

16 Increased reliability of scores Can be viewed at ISD and MDE level Generates reports to aid planning Training on use from HighScope $25 per GSRP classroom August

17 Community Needs and Resources Assessment (CNRA)-Formula Only Child Information and Program Evaluation Report (CIPER) Program Summary Final Expenditure Report/Carryover Budget Carryover Final Expenditure Report August

18 Done collaboratively Pre-application for Formula funding. Looks at all publically funded slots for 4’s Establishes community plan for GSRP slots August

19 CIPER Child risk factors Staff information PQA scores Program Summary MSDS report of slots filled Transition Information PIE Report August

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23 Assign ISD staff GSRP responsibilities Work with LEAs to : determine consortium option determine ISD services and administrative percentage and quality improvement services/costs complete and submit MEGS application 23August 2011

24 Website GSRP Listserv 24August 2011

25 Consultants Blanche Deren, or (517) Mischele McManus, or (517) Pat Sargent, or (517) 25August 2011


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