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1 FY 2013 Funding Outlook & Indian Community Participation Elko, Nevada 9/13/2012 IMPACT AID PROGRAM

2  FY October 1, 2012  No Appropriation at this time  Long-term CR  Initial Payment rate 45% of LOT FY 2013 FUNDING

3  Congress Appropriates Full Year Funding by December 31  Increase LOT% payment rate  Release interim payments in January and February  Interim LOT% rate will be less than in previous yea rs – APPE increase FY SCENARIO #1

4  Congress appropriates in February or March 2013  No interim payments until March or April FY SCENARIO #2

5  Sequester January 2, 2013  Reductions of 8-9%  Sequester reduces interim and final payment rates FY SCENARIO #3

6  Adjusted final FY 2008 in October  Adjusted final FY 2009 in December  Adjusted final FY 2010 in February  Final FY 2011 summer FUNDS FROM PRIOR YEARS

7  Over 600 School Districts with Indian children receive Impact Aid  On behalf of over 115,000 children living on Indian lands  $500+ million each year IMPACT AID FOR INDIAN CHILDREN

8 LEAs that receive Impact Aid payments for children living on Indian lands must consult with tribal officials and parents of Indian children about the education program of the school district. “INDIAN POLICIES AND PROCEDURES” LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY REQUIREMENTS

9  Disseminate the Impact Aid Program application to tribal officials and Indian parents.  Disseminate information on any education programs that the LEA plans to initiate or eliminate and any evaluations of education programs supported by Impact Aid funds. LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

10  Consult and involve tribal officials and Indian parents in the planning and development of education programs and activities supported by Impact Aid funds LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

11  Provide an opportunity for tribal officials and Indian parents to comment on the participation of Indian children on an equal basis with all other children in the school programs and activities supported by Impact Aid funds. LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

12  Modify the education program, if necessary, to ensure the equal participation of Indian children. LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

13  Afford tribal officials and parents of Indian children an opportunity to make recommendations concerning the needs of their children and how the schools can help their children benefit from the education programs assisted with Impact Aid funds. LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

14  Provide an opportunity for tribal officials and Indian parents to present their overall views on the education program and the degree of parental participation allowed. LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY RESPONSIBILITIES

15 uOpen, Early and Often uParties Must Be Present uFocus on Content-- âState standards and assessments âAchievement of Indian children in relation to State standards âCurriculum choices âUnique educational and cultural needs of Indian children âProfessional development linked to educational needs of Indian children SUGGESTIONS FOR GOOD QUALITY CONSULTATION

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