TEA Focus: State Compensatory Education (SCE) Program

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TEA Focus:
State Compensatory
Education (SCE) Program
Association for Compensatory Educators
of Texas (ACET) Conference
May 9, 2013
Welcome and
Panel Member Introductions
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Julie Wayman
Director, Student Success Unit
Division of Federal and State Education
Policy Texas Education Agency
Telephone:
Fax:
(512) 936-6403
(512) 463- 4246
[email protected]
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Vickie Ansley
Coordinator, Title I/SCE
Region 16 Education Service Center
Telephone:
Fax:
(806) 677-5134
(806) 677-5001
[email protected]
~ Amarillo
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Anita Villarreal
State Coordinator for Title I, Part A
Division of Federal and State
Education Policy
Telephone:
Fax:
(512) 463-9402
(512) 463-9560
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
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Session Goals
This fast-paced panel discussion seeks to provide:
• A Focus on Coordinating Services Between Programs
• Overview of the State Compensatory Education
Program
• Overview of the Title I, Part A Program
• Leverage Points for Coordination
• Supplement Not Supplant Considerations
• Other Key Considerations
• Coordination Scenarios and Table Discussion
• Needs Assessment- Focus Group and Input for TEA
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Session Is Not
• Comprehensive SCE Training
• Comprehensive Title I, Part A Training
Note: Several training sessions on these
state and federal programs are available
at ACET. You are encouraged to attend
those sessions for training purposes.
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Opportunities For Coordination
• Data Analysis
• Needs Assessment
• Campus Planning
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Student and Campus Needs
Supplemental Services
Researched-Based and Evidence-Based Strategies
Staffing
• Service Delivery
• Documentation
• Monitoring and Evaluation
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State Compensatory Education
(SCE) Program
Overview and Coordination
Considerations
Vickie Ansley
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Intent and Purpose of
the SCE Program
Programs and/or services designed to
supplement the regular education program for
identified at-risk students
• The goal for SCE is to reduce the disparity in
performance on (a) the state assessment and (b)
rates of high school completion between students
at-risk of dropping out of school and all other
district students.
• Expenses must directly impact students and cannot
be used for parental involvement activities.
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Key Players in the State
Compensatory Education Program
School Districts
Administrators
Business Personnel
Program Coordinator
PEIMS Clerk
Counselors
Classroom Teachers
Parents
Education Service Centers
SCE Consultants
PEIMS
Curriculum Specialists
Counselors Contact
Legislators
Texas Education Agency
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Supplement, Not Supplant
• Any program activity, program personnel, or program
materials required by federal law, state law, or State
Board of Education rule may not be funded with SCE
funds.
• SCE funds must be used to provide support programs
and/or services that supplement the regular education
program so that students at risk of dropping out of
school can succeed in school.
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Budgeting for State Comp Ed
Fund 199
PIC 24 or PIC 30 (See next slide)
• SCE funds are part of the local budget that
must be used for supplemental expenses to
address the needs of identified at-risk
students
• The Direct Cost requirement is now 52%
(19 TAC §105.11 )
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Understanding Program
Intent (PIC) Codes
• PIC 24 – Accelerated Instruction
– SCE on non-T-I campus (only identified at-risk served)
– SCE on a T-I campus below 40% poverty (only at-risk)
– Title I, Part C Migrant Services
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PIC 26 – SCE: Non-Disciplinary Alt. Ed. (Basic)
PIC 28 – SCE: Disciplinary Alt. Ed. (Basic)
PIC 29 – SCE: Disciplinary Alt. Ed. (Supplemental)
PIC 30 – Title I Schoolwide Activities
– Title I (SW campus)
– SCE on T-I SW campus 40% poverty or above
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SC5000 Campus Selection
(This schedule is located in the Consolidated Application for Federal Funding)
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SCE Scenario 1
Learn A Lot ISD will open a new elementary
school for the 13-14 school year, Texas
Elementary School. The low income
percentage of the campus is 45.34%.
1. What PIC code will be used for the Texas Elem.
School SCE campus budget?
2. Which students can receive SCE services on the
Texas Elem. School campus?
3. Do you need additional information to answer
these questions? If so, what?
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Understanding Program
Intent (PIC) Codes
• PIC 32 – Pre-K Expenditures (currently)
• Beginning with 2013-2014 PEIMS budget
financial data submission and the 20142015 PEIMS actual financial data
submission
– PIC 34 – Pre-K Expenditures specific to
State Compensatory Education
• For more information, see To the Administrator
Addressed letter dated Monday, March 11, 2013
from TEA
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SCE Scenario 2
Texas Elementary School will become a Title I SW
campus in January of 2014 after completion of the
required School Support Teams Schoolwide
planning.
1. What PIC code will be used for the Texas Elem.
School SCE campus budget beginning in January?
2. Which students can receive SCE services on the
Texas Elem. School campus?
3. Do you need additional information to answer
these questions? If so, what?
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Requirements for C/DIPs
• Comprehensive Needs Assessment - conducted
to identify the strengths and weaknesses of
existing programs, practices, procedures, and
activities; ensures the use of resources is
carefully planned, supplemental and cost
effective
NCLB Program Series: Improvement Plans
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NCLB Publications:
Comprehensive Needs Assessment
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NCLB Publications:
Improvement Plans
SCE Planning Requirements:
Linking SCE to Title I, Part A ~ Pages 12 & 13
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Region 20 Publication Initiative
http://portal.esc20.net/portal/page/portal/NCLB/default.htm
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Primary Source of Documentation
for SCE Program
• The D/CIP is auditable documentation and is the
primary record supporting expenditures attributed to
SCE and Title I Programs.
• The D/CIP must be developed, evaluated and revised
annually.
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SCE: Upgrading a Title I
Schoolwide Program
• SCE funds must be in a separate budget than Title I, Part A
funds
• LEA maintains documentation that all funded programs
and strategies are supported by scientifically-based research
• SW campus must be identified in the most current SAS
(Schedule SC5000) of the Consolidated App. for Federal
Funding at 40% low income or higher
• Flexibility – ONLY for T-I SW campuses at TRUE 40%
economically disadvantaged
• Does not apply to:
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SW campuses using Feeder Pattern
SW Previous Year
Ed-Flex waiver
A district or an ESC
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SCE: Upgrading a Title I
Schoolwide Program
The campus improvement plan can demonstrate how SCE
dollars are being used to upgrade the T-I, Part A program by:
• Indicating the amount of SCE dollars used on the campus to
upgrade the T-I, Part A SW educational program
• Indicating “effective” strategies being implemented to meet
the needs of at-risk students
• Indicating how the SCE program is implemented to benefit
all students in need
• Describing how other local, state and federal resources will
be used in conjunction with Title I funds.
(A requirement for Schoolwide plans)
• SCE must still be evaluated for effectiveness for meeting
the intent of the program
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Financial Accountability System
Resource Guide (FASRG)
http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index4.aspx?id=1222
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Module 9 of the Financial
Accountability System Resource
Guide (FASRG)
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SCE Frequently Asked Questions
http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index4.aspx?id=4082
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Title I, Part A
Overview and Coordination
Considerations
Anita Villarreal
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Title I, Part A
• Anita Villarreal ~ State Coordinator for
Title I, Part A - Texas Education Agency
http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index4.aspx?id=4261&menu_id=2147483742
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Title I, Part A
Intent and Purpose
To increase the achievement of all students,
particularly those who are disadvantaged.
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Supplement not Supplant
The federal supplement, not supplant
provision is intended to ensure that
services provided under Title I are in
addition to, and not in place of, services
that would otherwise be provided to
participating students with state and local
funds if Title I funds were not available.
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Supplement not Supplant
Funds for this program must be used to
supplement (increase the level of services)
and not supplant (replace) funds from
nonfederal sources.
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Supplement not Supplant
Any program activity required by state
law, State Board of Education (SBOE)
rules, or local board policy may not be paid
with these funds.
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Supplement not Supplant
State or local funds may not be decreased
or diverted for other uses merely because
of the availability of these funds.
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SCE Needs
Assessment
Focus Group
Julie Wayman
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SCE Needs Assessment
Focus Group
1. What are 2-3 take-away ideas for SCE and Title 1, Part A
coordination?
2. What are your remaining SCE and Title 1, Part A
coordination questions?
3. What are some challenges with implementing the SCE
Program?
4. What SCE question(s) do you have that are not answered
in the existing TEA guidance documents?
5. In addition to the current SCE guidance documents, what
additional technical assistance from TEA is needed
regarding the SCE program?
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Thank You!
Questions or Comments?
Please submit questions or comments to the
NCLB Mailbox: [email protected]
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