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1 Plotting Your Course for Comprehensive Monitoring

2 What? When? Who? How?

3 WHAT is Comprehensive Monitoring? Joint effort by LEAs & TDE to improve effectiveness of services to students Check of evidence to ensure program implementation is in compliance with federal law Opportunity for technical assistance

4 WHEN is Comprehensive Monitoring? LEAs, not scheduled for on-site monitoring, complete self-monitoring annually On-site monitoring team visits every 3 years

5 WHO Are the Monitors? The on-site monitoring team is composed of state consultants other than the NCLB consultant assigned to your system

6 Dont Wait to Begin Preparing

7 Getting Your Gear Together

8 Examples of Documents Needed Consolidated Application & Addenda Budget Documents Plans such as TCSPP, TSIPs, Technology, & Parent Involvement Various Board Policies

9 Sample Indicators & Evidences 6. Funds are drawn down from FACTS regularly in correlation to expenditures. –Grants Transaction Report –Quarterly Expenditure Report

10 13. The LEA maintains a log/database for equipment purchased. –Equipment Log / Database –Budget documents –Visual inspection –Identification tag / label

11 36. Title I funds are used to supplement funds made available from non-federal sources. *REQUIRED *Enrollment data by school *List of teachers by grade / subject *Budget documents *Comparability Report

12 More Examples of Items to Collect Documentation of all PD & PI Activities Sign-in Sheets Agendas or Minutes Calendars or Schedules Evidence of Parental Notifications Letters Newsletters Student Handbooks

13 Sample Items for SW School Visits Home Language Surveys Parent-Student-School Compacts Schedules of Parapros & Teachers *10 Components of a SW Title I School in TSIP * Similar for TA Schools

14 *(b.) schoolwide reform strategies with emphasis on improved achievement of the lowest achieving students; Match TSIPP Pg# _____ to activities *(d.) high quality and ongoing professional development activities; Match TSIPP Pg# _____ to activities *(g.) plans for assisting preschool children from early childhood programs to elementary school programs; Match TSIPP Pg# _____ to activities

15 Tips for Plotting a Smooth Course

16 Organize Your Gear

17 Label Your Gear

18 More Tips All local program directors and the federal programs bookkeeper should be present during comprehensive on-site monitoring Be prepared to show documentation of compliance for each item on the monitoring instrument

19 Call your NCLB Consultant to Guide Your Course for On-Site Comprehensive Monitoring

20 Stay Calm

21 Stay on Course!

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