The Local Education Agency (LEA) Board policy on parental involvement, for any district receiving Title I Funds, must include all the required components of Section 1118 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Parent Involvement
Each Title I school must have a parental involvement plan that addresses all of the required components of ESEA, Section 1118 and reflects the Board Policy. Parent Involvement
Parents must be involved in planning, implementing and evaluating programs. Parents must be involved in evaluating parent involvement activities. Support must be provided to staff to build capacity for effective parent involvement.
Parent Involvement The Schoolwide (and/or Targeted) School Improvement Plans must address all of the required components for Parent Involvement. The School Improvement Plan must be implemented.
Parent Involvement The school must convene an annual parent meeting to explain requirements and solicit participation. Annually, in elementary schools, the parent compact must be discussed during parent teacher conferences.
MDE/OFS Parent Engagement Tool Kit USED Parent Engagement District On Site Review Study Guide District On Site Review Explanation Document Section 1118 from ESEA District Parent Involvement Policy Rubric (ESEA Requirements) Title I School Parent Involvement Policy Checklist Parent Involvement Resources:
Program Evaluation The district must establish a written process to ensure that all federal and state supplementary programs/services are evaluated annually for effectiveness and impact on student achievement.
Program Evaluation The district must have a written process in place to evaluate how Title II, Part A activities will impact student achievement.
Program Evaluation Schoolwide School Improvement Plans must include an evaluation process for meeting regulation 200.26(c). This process must be implemented.
Program Evaluation Targeted School Improvement Plans must include a process for monitoring student progress and the professional development needs for teachers (or staff) [ESEA, Sec. 1115, (c)(2)(B)]. This process must be implemented.
School Study Guide School Study Guide Explanation Document MDE/OFS Program Evaluation Tool Pilot Program Evaluation Resources:
Teachers Instructional Paraprofessionals Parents Community Member(s) Building Administrator(s) Students, if appropriate School Improvement Team
District Improvement Team Representative Staff from each School* Education Service Providers or Authorizers School Board Members Parents* Community Member(s)* District Administrator(s) Students, if appropriate*
How Do the Pieces of the Planning Process Link Together? Gather Study Plan Student Achievement DIP/SIP School Data Profile and Analysis Consolidated Application/Title I School Selection Do
Process/Program Data 40 or 90 Performance Indicators Professional Development Alignment to Instructional Needs Curriculum Alignment to Instruction and Assessment Alignment to State Standards
How Do We Plan for Subgroups? Title I, Part D Title III, LEP/Immigrant Title I, Part C Migrant Schools and Districts serving these populations must incorporate specific SMART objectives, strategies and activities in their DIP/SIP (no longer an LEAPC)
Screen 2 Community Eligibility Option (CEO) For districts with participating schools: Column 6 must match LEARS data Every school above 75% must be served If schools are 75% or below, and have the exact same poverty percentage, they do not all need to be served, but must be ranked by academic need Read the February CEO and TISS memo found on the OFS Website under “2012 Memos”
Screen 2 Community Eligibility Option (CEO) For districts considering participation in the Community Eligibility Option, please contact OFS prior to executing this decision to determine the impact on federal programs.
Title I, Part A Services to Homeless Students One Homeless Template Last Year Four Homeless Templates for 2012-13 Introduction to the Homeless Templates
Title I, Part A Services to Homeless Students www.michigan.gov/ofs Tools and Resources 2012-13 Consolidated Application Important Information
Title I, Part A Services to Homeless Students Title I and non-Title I schools must have comparable services Districts that have all Title I schools may provide additional educationally related services Services must be coordinated with the district’s designated homeless liaison
Use this template if the LEA Does not receive (or has declined) a Title I, Part A allocation Has documentation on file that it has no homeless students Template A
Template B Use this template if 100% of the schools in the district are Title I All schools within ALL grade spans receive Title I funds, including alternative schools
Template C Use Template C if the LEA Has BOTH Title I Schools and non-Title I Schools and Provides Academic Services ONLY The method for determining Homeless Reservation must be included on Template C
Template D Use this template if the LEA Has BOTH Title I Schools and non-Title I Schools AND Provides Academic Services AND Additional Educationally Related Services to Homeless Students The method for determining Homeless Reservation must be included on Template D