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Title: Title I Private School Requirements


1
Title I Private School Requirements
  • CESA 10
  • April, 2010

2
Title I Private School Requirements
  1. Must consult with private schools to assess,
    address, and evaluate the needs of private school
    students and educators
  2. Must spend an equal amount of funds per student
    to provide services
  3. Must provide opportunities for participation in
    activities equivalent to those provided in the
    public school
  4. Must offer services that are secular, neutral,
    and non-ideological

3
Title I Private School Requirements
  • Provide timely and meaningful consultation to
    determine
  • How the needs of private students and teachers
    will be identified
  • What services will be offered
  • How, where, and by whom services will be provided
  • How services will be assessed and how results of
    assessments will be used to improve services

4
Title I Private School Requirements
  • Provide equitable services
  • Onsite or at the public school
  • Supplementary instruction provided through a
    pullout model
  • Opportunities for teachers to participate in
    professional development
  • Opportunities for parents to participate in
    involvement activities, including ongoing parent
    communication and required parent compacts

5
Title I Private School Requirements
  • Parent Involvement
  • Invite parents to an annual meeting to explain
    Title I Services
  • Involve parents in the compact process
  • Involve parents in the spring needs assessment
    and local annual review
  • Involve parent in evaluating the effectiveness of
    parent involvement

6
Other ESEA Private School Requirements
  • Title IIA High Quality Teachers Principals
  • Must provide equitable professional development
    services
  • Assess, address, and evaluate needs (Professional
    Development Survey)
  • Provide an opportunity to participate in Title
    IIA activities equivalent to the opportunities
    provided to public school educators (IIA
    Consortium Activities)

7
Other ESEA Private School Requirements
  • Title IID
  • Must provide equitable professional development
    services based on a per-pupil allocation

8
Other ESEA Private School Requirements
  • Title III English Language Learners
  • Must assess the needs of private school students
    and provide support for designing services
  • CESA 10 Consortium ELL Consultant

9
Private School Requirements
  • Timeline
  • Spring meeting with private and public school
    officials to develop a Private School
    Collaborative Agreement
  • Fall meeting to finalize and sign the completed
    Collaborative Agreement
  • Ongoing, open communication to monitor the
    implementation of the Collaborative Agreement

10
Private School Documentation
  • Letters of notification
  • Sign-on/sign off form for every private school
  • Agendas from meetings (include signatures)
  • Documentation of meaningful consultation
  • the Collaborative Agreement
  • Documentation showing how the professional
    development needs of private school teachers were
    identified
  • Professional Development Survey

11
Private School Documentation
  • Program evaluation determining the effectiveness
    of the Title I Program
  • Data analysis and summary of student progress

12
Frequently Asked Questions
  • How much money do the private schools receive?
  • Can money be used to provide materials?
  • How do private schools access professional
    development?
  • Who receives services at the private school?
  • Who provides instruction at the private school?

13
Resources
  • http//www.cesa10.k12.wi.us/index.php?ProgSDocume
    ntTaskInitID16
  • NCLB Benefits to Private School Students and
    Teachers
  • Private School Professional Development Survey
  • ESEA Bulletin 03.01 Private School Student and
    Educator Participation in ESEA Programs
  • Collaborative Agreement Example
  • PowerPoint Title I Private School Requirements
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