ACET Spring 2013 Leticia Govea, TEA Becca Marsh, TEA School Improvement and Support School Improvement Reallocation Process Compliance Reports Funding 2013-14 Information to come Supplemental Educational Services Districts unable to expend full 20% obligation for School Choice (SC), Supplemental Educational Services (SES) and/or 1% for Parent Outreach submit a Reallocation Notification with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) OR expend any unused funds from the 20% set aside in the subsequent year on SC, SES, and/or 1% parent outreach, in addition to the 20% obligation for that school year. Reallocation Process for districts with Stage 1 Only campuses Reallocation Process for districts with campuses in Stage 2-5 http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=2147508285 2012-2013 SIP LEA Compliance Report Due August 1, 2013 2012-2013 Campus Compliance Report Due mid October SIP Funding SIP listserv sent May 6 Waiver requested Allow TEA to replace current AYP calculations with State’s accountability rating system If granted, AYP Stage identification replaced with Texas Accountability Intervention System (TAIS) District support systems and commitments Critical Success Factors (CSF) Continuous Improvement Information to come for school year 2013-14 SIP funding Parent Notification Letters Planning amounts Dates of release for campus/LEA designation School Improvement structure When we know, you will know! Join the TEA SIP Listserv – SIP School Improvement http://miller.tea.state.tx.us/list/ Questions about SIP? SES Success Requirements Review Complaints Process Removed providers 2013-14 Information to come 63,762 Students currently receiving services Fiscal Requirements – LEA must set aside an amount equal to 20% of the district Title I allocation o School Choice o 1% Parent Outreach o Remainder of funds are for SES implementation Per Pupil Allocation (PPA) Program Implementation Requirements – ▪ Parent notification ▪ Open enrollment until capacity is reached ▪ Protect eligible SES student information (FERPA) ▪ Establish contracts with providers ▪ District Responsibility to protect children ▪ Fingerprinting Requirements By state law, contracted employees who have the opportunity for direct unsupervised contact with students hired by on or after January 1, 2008 must submit to a national criminal history record information review (by fingerprinting) before being employed (TEC Chapter 22, Subchapter C). The results must be received through the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Clearinghouse. This requirement applies to online tutors, as well. Program Implementation Requirements – ▪ Prompt SES payment procedures ▪ Plan to address parent concerns ▪ Assist parent to choose providers, upon request ▪ Apply fair and equitable procedures to serve students ▪ Ensure ALL students receive appropriate services ▪ SLP review and approval 16 Program Implementation Requirements – ▪ Display # of eligible/served students and approved provider, including location of service, on LEA website ▪ 90% of SES requests met within 30 calendar days ▪ Good faith efforts to resolve any issues with provider before submitting a written complaint. 17 How to File an SES Complaint http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=6217 Checklist for SES complaint investigation NCLB Complaint Procedures SES Complaint investigation workflow Standards and Techniques for Removing a Provider Provider removed FAQ Information to come for school year 2013-14 Parent Notification Letters SES Approved provider list Changes or updates to SES program implementation July 31- August 1, 2013 (Tentative) August 6-7, 2013 August 15-16, 2013 September 5-6, 2013 Register through e-campus, Region 13 website https://ecampus.esc13.net/login.html When we know, you will know! Join the TEA SIP Listserv – SIP School Improvement http://miller.tea.state.tx.us/list/ Leticia Govea (512) 463-1427 Leticia.firstname.lastname@example.org Becca Marsh (512) 936-2256 Becca.email@example.com THANK YOU!!