Presentation on theme: "Prevention & Intervention Programs for Children & Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk PROGRAM OVERVIEW APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS ANNUAL REPORTS."— Presentation transcript:
Prevention & Intervention Programs for Children & Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk PROGRAM OVERVIEW APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS ANNUAL REPORTS GUIDANCE PROGRAM MONITORING BO MERRITT ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – TITLES I, II, VI & X FY13 N&D COORDINATOR
Who Are These Children? Neglected - Children live in neglected facilities due to abandonment, neglect, or death of parents-guardians; enrolled in school. Delinquent - Age 21 or younger, court-ordered to live in delinquent facilities. Children attend onsite school. (not public school) At-Risk- School age, at-risk of academic failure: - Drug or alcohol problem - Pregnant or currently a parent - Past contact with juvenile justice system - One year behind academically, LEP - Gang member, dropped out school previously - High absenteeism at school - Migrant
Purpose of N&D Program To improve educational services for children and youth in local and State institutions for neglected or delinquent children and youth so they have the opportunity to meet the same challenging State academic content and State student achievement standards that all children in the State are expected to meet. To provide these children with services to enable them to transition successfully from institutionalization to further schooling or employment. To prevent at-risk youth from dropping out of school as well as to provide dropouts and children and youth returning from correctional facilities or institutions for neglected or delinquent children and youth, with a support system to ensure their continued education.
Title I, Part A, Neglected LEAs who receive a Title I, Part A, Neglected allocation (project 518) do so because they indicated on the prior years October Count form that they have children/youth enrolled in their school who reside in a locally-operated neglected facility. These LEAs are required to use their Neglected funds to provide services to neglected children/youth that are comparable to the services they provide in Title I schools.
Title I, Part D, Delinquent While Title I, Part A, Neglected funds are to be used to provide Title I, Part A services only, for the children/youth from a neglected facility, Title I, Part D funds are divided into two different subparts and have a broader set of allowable uses of funds. In addition to providing comparable Title I, Part A, services for neglected and delinquent children and youth, Title I, Part D funds can/must be used for transition services, dropout prevention and peer remediation to name a few.
Subparts 1 & 2 Subpart 1 State agencies (SA) that operate educational programs for children and youth in institutions or community day programs for children who are neglected, delinquent, and at- risk and for children and youth in adult correctional facilities. (DOC & OJA) Subpart 2 Local educational agencies (LEA) that provide programs that serve children and youth who are in locally operated correctional facilities or children and youth who are neglected or at-risk of dropping out of school.
Subpart 1 – State Agencies Receive Funds For a program to receive Subpart 1 funds, children and youth must be In a program for youth who are N or D, including juvenile and adult correctional facilities and community day programs Enrolled in a State funded “regular program of instruction” Enrolled in a program that meets the length of stay requirements for the given program type (requirements vary) 21 years of age or younger Generate Funds For a program to generate Subpart 1 funds, children and youth must be In a program for youth who are N or D, including juvenile and adult correctional facilities and community day programs Enrolled in State funded “regular program of instruction” Enrolled in a program that has an average length of stay of at least 30 days 20 years of age or younger
Subpart 2 – Local Education Agencies Receive Funds For a program to receive Subpart 2 funds, children and youth must be Living in local institutions for delinquent children and youth and in adult correctional institutions, plus all youth eligible for services under Title I, Parts A and C or identified as at risk (e.g., migrants, immigrants, gang members, pregnant or parenting youth) 21 years of age or younger Generate Funds For a program to generate Subpart 2 funds, children and youth must be Living in local institutions for children and youth who are N or D and adult correctional institutions Living in the institution for at least one day during the 30 day count period 5 through 17 years of age
N & D Application Requirements Subpart 1 Assurance Statement Approvable Application Needs Assessment CSPR Annual October Count Technology Addendum (if applicable) Institution –Wide Plan (if applicable) Current Year Contract (if applicable) Subpart 2 Approvable Application N&D Plan Current Year Contract Annual October Count CSPR Technology Addendum (if applicable)
Current Year Contract All LEAs are required to have a contract with the facility in which they provide instructional services. Any State Agency that seeks educational services from an outside entity is required to have a contract between the State Agency and the provider of services
Annual October Caseload Count Subpart 1 To be counted on the October Count form, a child or youth must Be aged 5-20 Be aged 20 or younger, who are in (1) State- operated adult correctional facilities and who are enrolled in a regular program of instruction for at least 15 hours per week; and (2) State N or D institutions or community day programs for children and youth who are enrolled in a regular program of instruction for at least 20 hours per week. Show an average length of stay of at least 30 days That date must: (a) be consistent for all institutions or community day programs operated by the SA, and (b) represent a school day in the calendar year preceding the year in which funds became available. Subpart 2 To be counted on the October Count form, a child or youth must Be aged 5 through 17 Live in the institution for at least one day during the 30-day count period Live in a locally operated facility that meets the definition of an institution for neglected children, and institution for delinquent children and youth or an adult correctional institution as provided in section 1432(1) or (4)(B) of Subpart 2– and not be counted in the enrollment data submitted to USDE for Subpart 1 State agency N or D program allocation purposes.
Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) Data is based on prior years information ( ) The information requested is typically the same from year-to-year, with just a few minor revisions each year CSPR online tool is located on the Single Sign-On Site Will be due November 2013
What can these funds be spent on? Allowable K-12 academic or GED classroom training After school tutoring Liaison/Coordinator Classroom Assistant Nutrition & Health Supplemental classroom supplies/manipulatives/technology Supplemental Professional Development Counseling/Mentoring Services Dropout Prevention Vocational/Technical/Life Skills education Etc. Non-Allowable Salary of teacher to teach core instruction. Supplies and materials to teach core content areas. Any item that is supplied to a teacher and/or student in a regular classroom setting. Items that would be used by students that are not considered neglected, delinquent, or at- risk. Anything that would not be directly related to education or transition.
Monitoring Cycle Monitoring occurs a minimum, once every three years. Complete the Tool prior to the due date/visit. Prepare documentation prior to the due date/visit. Provide a copy of required documents to OSDE.
Contact Information Dr. Gloria Bayouth, Ed.D. Executive Director, Title I, II, VI, and X Phone (405) Traci Witt Chair, Neglected and Delinquent Program Phone (405)