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 The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires equitable services to be provided to private schools.  Why? Federal programs are supported.

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2  The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires equitable services to be provided to private schools.  Why? Federal programs are supported by tax dollars, therefore all children and teachers are eligible to access these programs. 2

3  The school district must notify the private school of the opportunity.  Best Practice:  The private school can complete and submit a consultation form.  KDE has developed a template that districts may use during the consultation process. It’s located on the KDE website. 3

4 Consultation is a collaborative process between the Title II, Part A coordinator and the private school official(s )

5  Identifies professional learning (PL) needs  Addresses how the needs are identified  Outlines the professional learning activities

6  No public funds are distributed to private schools, only services.  These services must be supplemental, secular, neutral, and non-ideological. 6

7  Improving knowledge and skills of teachers and staff in core academic subjects  Effective instructional strategies, methods, and skills  Integrating technology into curricula 7

8 Must:  be based on a review of scientifically based research and  expected to improve student academic achievement

9  Professional learning must align to the needs of the private school educators.  Professional learning must be around core academic subjects.  Professional learning can include conferences. 9

10  PL materials may be purchased with funds if they are reasonable and necessary.  No materials may be purchased for student use.

11  Indicate the impact of the professional development activities  Identify data sources to measure the effectiveness of the PL

12  The school district shall maintain the following documents for their records:  Notification letter  Consultation and planning process  Assessment of needs  Evaluation of the program

13 A formula is used to determine private school services based on an equitable per pupil rate. The district must reserve no less than this amount of their Title II Part A grant. This formula determines an amount for budgeting purposes and should not be viewed as an allocation.

14 Step 1: Public Enrollment Participating PNP/Private Total Enrollment (previous year) Enrollment (previous year) _ = _ 1353_

15 School Dist. Enrollment Participating PNP/Private Total Enrollment (previous year ) Enrollment (previous year) _ 50_ = _ 1353_ Step 2: Title II Dist. PD Amt. or Total Enrollment Per Pupil Amt. Eisenhower Amt. (which ever is greater) $ 49,706 ÷ _1353 = _ _ (Carry 4 decimal places)

16 School Dist. Enrollment Participating PNP/Private Total Enrollment (previous year ) Enrollment (previous year) _ 50_ = _ 1353_ Title II Dist. PD Amt. or Total Enrollment Per Pupil Amt. Eisenhower Amt. (which ever is greater) $ 49,706 ÷ _1353 = _ _ (Carry 4 decimal places) Step 3: Per Pupil Allocation Participating PNP Total Private Allocation Enrollment $ x _ 2 _ = $73.48_

17  Annually school districts must provide equitable services to private non-profit schools and oversee the process. They shall:  Notify private schools of the opportunity  Provide a consultation & planning process  Require a needs assessment  Require an evaluation of the program  Keep appropriate records

18 To access the budget and guidance go to: /default.aspxhttp://education.ky.gov/teachers/tq/Pages /default.aspx. or Call the Diversification and Equity Branch (502)


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