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Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA) County Superintendents Oversight Responsibilities CCSESA – May 7 & 9, 2007.

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1 Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA) County Superintendents Oversight Responsibilities CCSESA – May 7 & 9, 2007

2 QEIA – County Superintendent Oversight Responsibilities… Beginning in , county superintendents are required to annually monitor the implementation of QEIA in funded schools Beginning in , county superintendents are required to annually monitor the implementation of QEIA in funded schools QEIA provides $2 million annually to county superintendents in counties with participating schools to conduct monitoring activities QEIA provides $2 million annually to county superintendents in counties with participating schools to conduct monitoring activities Funds allocated based on Williams site visit formula Funds allocated based on Williams site visit formula C C S E S A

3 QEIA – County Superintendent Oversight Responsibilities (cont.) … Monitoring areas include: Monitoring areas include: Class size reduction Class size reduction Student-to-counselor ratios Student-to-counselor ratios Teacher and counselor qualifications Teacher and counselor qualifications Average teaching experience Average teaching experience Success in meeting API growth targets Success in meeting API growth targets C C S E S A

4 QEIA – County Superintendent Oversight Responsibilities (cont.) … Monitoring areas include: Monitoring areas include: Professional Development Requirements Professional Development Requirements Williams v. CA requirements Williams v. CA requirements Meeting requirements within statutory timelines Meeting requirements within statutory timelines School-specific measures for schools participating under the alternative option School-specific measures for schools participating under the alternative option C C S E S A

5 QEIA – County Superintendent Oversight Responsibilities (cont.) … If the county superintendent determines that a funded school has not met the implementation targets after the first or second year of funding, he/she must notify the SPI. If the county superintendent determines that a funded school has not met the implementation targets after the first or second year of funding, he/she must notify the SPI. C C S E S A

6 QEIA – County Superintendent Oversight Responsibilities (cont.) … If all of the interim and final targets are not met by the end of the subsequent year, the SPI is required to terminate funding for the program If all of the interim and final targets are not met by the end of the subsequent year, the SPI is required to terminate funding for the program The SPI is required to provide advance notice of funding termination and to provide sufficient funds needed to make staff and cost adjustments The SPI is required to provide advance notice of funding termination and to provide sufficient funds needed to make staff and cost adjustments C C S E S A

7 Timeline for Accountability Measures … Timelines for the program – partial funding begins in , but accountability measures dont begin until Timelines for the program – partial funding begins in , but accountability measures dont begin until See attached chart for specific monitoring timelines See attached chart for specific monitoring timelines C C S E S A


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