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Title: Fall Title I Coordinators


1
Fall Title I Coordinators Network Meeting
  • CESA 4
  • September 20, 2011

2
Introductions
  • Whats new and exciting?
  • What professional reading have you done lately
    that youd like to share?
  • What are you looking forward to this year?

3
Celebrations!!!
  • Schools of Recognition
  • WI Teacher of the Year Brad Markhardt of Black
    River Falls, Agriculture Education and Natural
    Resources Teacher
  • Others???

4
Title I Teacher and Paraprofessional Licensure
Requirements
  • TAS and SWP
  • Emergency licenses or permits
  • When a 316 is required
  • READ 180
  • Highly Qualified Paraprofessionals
  • Substitutes 20 or more consecutive days

5
Reports
  • Committee of Practitioners
  • WT1A
  • WSRA
  • Others you are involved in???

6
ESEA Monitoring for 2011-12
7
New ESEA Application Highlights
  • District will have a SuperUser who assigns user
    levels
  • No Required Documents will be sent in by mail
    all will need to be scanned in and saved as a
    PDF, then uploaded to application
  • All approvals will be done electronically,
    automatically sent through emails
  • Desired waivers will need to be approved
    electronically online through application before
    application can be submitted.

8
More ESEA. Title I, Part A
  • Program type ( TAS, SWP) will be pre-entered with
    TAS as the default unless there is an approved
    SWP plan form on file at DPI
  • Not served will no longer be a choice, simply
    enter 0 in amount section
  • Once 85 of your budget is developed, you can
    submit and add rest later
  • Application has a series of tabs down the left
    side to keep a running total of expenditures as
    you complete sections

9
More Title IA
  • Everything that goes into your budget section
    will be AUTOMATICALLY uploaded to the program
    plan section!! Only enter in one place!!!
    Whooohooo!!
  • HOWEVER. Budget entries will need to be more
    detailed. For example, entering materials and
    supplies in the non-capital section isnt enough
    need to specify and itemize (ie., 6 iPads)

10
More
  • Budget section when entering teacher FTE, must
    enter License using drop-down box
  • If the position is still open at time of
    completion, you cant submit application.

11
More ESEA, Title IIA
  • Enrollment is transferred from Title IA entry
  • Professional development allocation for private
    schools is automatically calculated based on 2001
    Eisenhower funds

12
More
  • Budget entry is by WUFAR (Wisconsin Uniform
    Finance) codes.
  • Claims are filed electronically through the
    application.
  • Claims must match amount and WUFAR code to be
    reimbursed.
  • User can view all submitted claims on
    application.
  • Encourage your Business person to attend the
    March 2 ESEA Application training!!!

13
Transferability
  • If you transfer funds from IIA to IA, it shows up
    as a IA activity, but must be claimed as a IIA
    expense.
  • Special line in drop down box helps your business
    office file properly

14
Final notes on ESEA application
  • All involved in the application will need to have
    plan developed before entry
  • Items entered this year will carry forward to
    next year you only have to enter or delete
    additional/new items
  • August 31 will remain as due date
  • Alpha version pilot in October, Beta version
    pilot in January
  • DPI working with Dept of Ed to ensure estimated
    allocation amounts are available in May

15
Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
  • CESA 7 Model Curriculum Project
  • NCTM resources
  • Upcoming CESA 4 opportunities

16
RtI and Title I
  • RtI Center website
  • RtI and Title I FAQ
  • RtI Professional Development Progression
  • CESA 4 RtI update Julie Jensen, RtI Director
  • Federal Funding Workshop, WI Dells, 11/1-2

17
Needs Assessment Survey Results
  • CESA 4 Responses and Summary
  • Group work observations and feedback

18
Time and Effort Reporting
  • Required for all FTEs paid from federal funds
  • Been reported for IDEA for many years
  • Samples from local districts

19
Allocation of Funds to LEAs
  • Title I is a federal entitlement program, or
    non-competitive formula fund, allocated on the
    basis of student enrollment for ages 5-17, census
    poverty and other data.
  • Determined annually by formula derived from the
    U.S. census
  • Consists of as many as four separate funding
    streams

20
Community Poverty Level
  • SAIPE -Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates
    program
  • Federal income tax returns
  • Food Stamp Program data
  • 10-year census data
  • Intercensal population estimates (between 10 yr
    census terms)
  • Supplemental Security Income recipiency
  • Economic data from Bureau of Economic Analysis
  • Combine the above sources with American Community
    Survey (ACS) estimates of poverty and income

21
Defining Poverty
  • (SAIPE) eligibility
  • Ex 2009 official SAIPE poverty threshold was
    21,756 for family of 4 containing 2 related
    children under 18
  • Comparison - WIC guidelines
  • School-based (F/R) eligibility
  • 130 of poverty level received free
  • 185 for reduced
  • Ex 2009 official poverty threshold was 22,050
    for family of 4 containing 2 related children
    under 18
  • 22050 x 1.30 22665 (free)
  • 22050 x 1.85 40793 (reduced)

22
SAIPE differences
  • Population estimate from SAIPE -is based on the
    school age population for children living within
    the school district boundaries -does not include
    open enrollment, etc -does not include foster
    children and those in institutional facilities
  • USDE calculations incorporate open enrollment,
    foster children, etc.

23
Poverty calculations
  • SAIPE estimates for community poverty have a
    two-year lag time (ie., SAIPE utilizes federal
    tax return data for 2006, which were filed in
    2007, and available to the program in 2008)

24
Collecting Free/Reduced Information
  • Federal forms

25
Read 2 Lead
  • Task Force meets 9/27 consensus on next steps,
    followed by report
  • Topics -Clear Standards (CCSS and rollout),
    with strong focus on WMELS -Assessments to
    inform instruction (RtI, Early identification
    of students, early screening PALS received
    positive support from Task Force) -Guidance on
    curriculum and instruction

26
More Read to Lead Task Force topics
  • Teacher preparation and licensure
  • Stricture standards for Reading certification and
    licensure, particularly Early Childhood
  • Data collection, evaluation and accountability
    removed the 3rd Retention proposal from
    consideration and focusing on early screeners
    (K-2?)
  • Other impacts on literacy parent involvement,
    etc

27
Read to Lead
  • District requirement for having a Reading
    Specialist was a non-fiscal item so it was
    removed from budget
  • Districts must still have someone with a 317
  • Conversations by Task Force on the difference
    between Reading Specialist and Literacy Coach

28
Opportunity to learn more
  • First CESA 4 Reading Network, Friday, Sept 23,
    830-1100 Katie Rainey, DPI representative to
    Read to Lead Task Force will join the group by
    distance to provide update, answer questions,
    etc.
  • Katie is also the DPI rep to the WSRA

29
Presenting.. Gaye Tylka!!!
  • Highlights of the Wisconsin Model Early Learning
    Standards, Third Edition
  • Crosswalk with the Common Core Standards
  • Development progression of five core areas

30
Professional Development
  • DPI Spotlight Schools
  • CESA 4
  • WTIA
  • WASCD
  • RtI Center

31
Cool, Awesome Resources!!!!
32
Agenda for Winter meeting
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?

33
  • Last minute questions, comments?
  • Dont forget to complete your evaluations.....
  • Take your appreciation gifts..
  • THANKS FOR COMING!!!!
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