Comprehension Title I Targeted Assistance Programs Schoolwide Programs

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Understanding Title I Targeted Assistance Programs & Schoolwide Programs www.isbe.net/gifts/html/title1.htm Presented by: Illinois State Board of Education Division of Grants & Programs Dana Kinley , Principal Consultant Illinois Association of Title I Directors Annual Fall Conference September 29 – 30, 2009 Springfield, Illinois

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Understanding Title I Programs The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 approves two unmistakable program structures under Title I, Part A: 1. Targeted Assistance School Programs - Default 2. Schoolwide Programs – Conditions Required

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Program Definitions Targeted Assistance School Program (TASP) Schoolwide Program (SWP) A SWP is a far reaching change display used to update the whole instructive program in a Title I school, and it has the essential objective of guaranteeing that all understudies, especially the individuals who are low-accomplishing, show at any rate capable levels of accomplishment of the Illinois Learning Standards A TASP is a school that gets Title I, Part An assets, yet is ineligible or has picked not to work a SWP, and gives supplemental instructive administrations to qualified youngsters recognized as having the best requirement for uncommon help

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Presentation Objectives: 1. Explain the likenesses and contrasts between focused help school programs and schoolwide projects 2. Explain the prerequisites to actualize a schoolwide program 3. Explain the procedure to end up a schoolwide program

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Presentation Objectives . . . Cont 4. Explain continuation necessities for working a schoolwide program 5. Explain the advantages of working a schoolwide program 6. Explain the part of the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) with respect to schoolwide arrangements

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Presentation Objectives . . . Cont 7. Provide supporting assets 8. Answer inquiries

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Objective #1: Program Similarities Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Goals of TASP and SWP objectives are the same : to enhance educating and figuring out how to empower taking part understudies to meet the Illinois Learning Standards

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Objective #1: Program Similarities . . . Cont Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Must be qualified to get Title I, Part An assets Must utilize deductively demonstrated powerful techniques and instructional systems Must organize with and bolster the general training program

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Objective #1: Program Similarities . . . Cont Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Must give direction by very qualified educators Must execute techniques to increment parental inclusion Must be utilized to supplement instructive administrations and not supplant

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Objective #1: Program Similarities . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program May give administrations to kids who are: not more seasoned than age 21 who are qualified for a free government funded instruction through review 12, or potentially not yet at a review level where the nearby instructive office (LEA) gives free state funded training

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Objective #1: Program Similarities Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Although Title I, Part An assets may not be utilized to give benefits that are generally given by law to destitute youngsters, disregarded and reprobate youth, kids with inabilities, offspring of transient families, kids who are restricted English capable, assets can be utilized to organize or supplement such administrations

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Objective #1: Program Differences Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Uses Title I finances to address the issues of all understudies in the school. Singular understudies are not recognized as qualified to take an interest Staff utilize Title I finances to give supplemental instructive administrations just to a select gathering of kids distinguished for coming up short, or most at hazard for fizzling, to meet the Illinois Learning Standards

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program No prerequisite Staff utilize different measures of understudy scholarly accomplishment to figure out which understudies are qualified to partake in Title I program

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program No necessity Children in preschool through review 2 are surveyed for qualification utilizing criteria, for example, instructor judgment interviews with guardians formatively suitable measures (subjective)

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program No necessity Children in evaluations 3 – 12 are surveyed for qualification utilizing numerous, instructively related, target criteria set up by the school locale

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program No necessity Staff should fairly apply a similar choice criteria to decide qualification for investment to kids who are/have: financially hindered handicaps transient constrained English capability

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Must serve inside school populace Staff must serve the accompanying youngsters by righteousness of their status paying little respect to their execution against the qualification criteria: Homeless kids going to any school in the region Children living in neighborhood foundations or going to day programs for disregarded or reprobate youth

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Must serve inside school populace Must serve kids who, whenever in the 2 years going before the year for which Title I administrations are accessible, taken an interest in: instructive projects for transitory youngsters Head Start, Even Start, Early Reading First, or in preschool administrations financed with Title I

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program No qualifications are made between staff individuals paid with Title I supports and staff members who are not All school staff progress in the direction of overhauling the whole instructive program and enhancing the accomplishment of all understudies, especially the individuals who are low accomplishing Title I finances might be utilized to utilize staff who serve just those understudies who have been related to numerous measures as qualified for cooperation by being the most at-danger of not meeting the Illinois Learning Standards

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program No necessity Records must be kept up reporting that Title I finances are spent on exercises and administrations for just qualified and taking part understudies

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont. : Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program School may solidify stores from Title I and other government training program assets and assets managed by the U.S. Branch of Education to enhance the whole instructive program of the school with the expected reason for raising scholastic accomplishment for all understudies Individual program assets are constrained to the expectation and motivation behind every give

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Objective #1: Program Differences . . . Cont Targeted Assistance Program Schoolwide Program Consolidated assets might be utilized to pay for pre-kindergarten programs for all kids under six years old who live in the school's participation range Title I supports might be utilized for youngsters less than six years old who dwell in the school's participation region and are chosen for investment on the premise of criteria, for example, educator judgment, interviews with guardians, and formatively proper measures

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Objective #2: Requirements to Implement a Schoolwide Program Each school, inside the LEA, approved to work with schoolwide power must have documentation to show the accompanying criteria have been met preceding or upon introductory usage :

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Objective #2: Requirements to Implement . . . Cont At slightest 40% of the understudies enlisted in the school, or dwelling in the participation zone served by the school, are from low-wage families The accompanying are adequate determinants of destitution : Current Income Eligibility Guidelines distributed by the U.S. Bureau of Agriculture for its National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program (i.e. Free & Reduced Lunch Count) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Medicaid

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Objective #2: Requirements to Implement . . . Cont A one year arranging period is finished

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Objective #3: Process to Become a Schoolwide Program Communicate your goal to ISBE B egin the one year arranging stage by finishing the Schoolwide Programs area and tapping on the suitable radio catches

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Objective #3: Process to Become a Schoolwide Program During the one year arranging stage, an extensive arrangement is produced in conference with the LEA and the school bolster group or other specialized help supplier. The accompanying people must be included in the arrangement advancement: Parents, Community individuals, Teachers, Principals, Administrators, and if suitable, Pupil administrations work force, Technical help suppliers, School staff, and Students (if the arrangement is for an optional school)

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Objective #3: Developing The Schoolwide Plan The Ten Components

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Objective #3: Component 1: Comprehensive Needs Assessment A school wanting to work with schoolwide power must lead and compose a thorough needs evaluation that: recognizes the school's qualities and difficulties in key ranges that influence understudy accomplishment, uncovers the need zones on which the program will center, and aides the improvement of the c

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