Title I, Part D: Neglected and Delinquent Student

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					     Title I, Part D:
Neglected and Delinquent
        Students

        Presenter
      Melvin Herring
                      Overview
• Title I, Part D – State and Local Programs for
  Neglected and Delinquent
  • Purpose
     • to improve educational services for children and youth in
       local and State institutions for neglected or delinquent
       children and youth so that such children and youth have the
       opportunity to meet the same academic and achievement
       standards that all children in the State are expected to meet;
     • to provide such children and youth with the services needed
       to make a successful transition from institutionalization to
       further schooling or employment; and
     • to prevent at-risk youth from dropping out of school, and
       to provide dropouts, and children and youth returning from
       correctional facilities or institutions for neglected or
       delinquent children and youth, with a support system to
       ensure their continued education.
                        Overview
•   Title I, Part D – State and Local Programs for
    Neglected and Delinquent
     • Types of Programs
        • Subpart l establishes the State agency Neglected or Delinquent
          (N or D) program, through which ED provides Federal financial
          assistance to State educational agencies (SEAs) to enable them
          to award subgrants to State agencies (SAs) that operate
          educational programs for children and youth in institutions or
          community day programs for children who are neglected,
          delinquent and at-risk and for children and youth in adult
          correctional facilities.
        • Subpart 2 authorizes ED to award grants to SEAs to enable
          them to award subgrants to local educational agencies (LEAs) to
          provide programs that serve children and youth who are in locally
          operated correctional facilities or are attending community day
          programs for delinquent children and youth. Additionally,
          Subpart 2 programs may provide assistance to children and
          youth who are neglected or at-risk of dropping out of school.
                  Institutions Eligible for Services
Neglected
•        Public or private facilities (other than a foster home)
•        Operated for the care of children who have been either:
           •   committed to or voluntarily placed in the institution due to abandonment, neglect, or death of their
               parents or guardians; or
Delinquent
•        Public or private residential facility for the care of children who have been adjudicated to be delinquent or in
         need of supervision.
           •   adjudicated to be delinquent or in need of supervision (including adult correctional institutions in which
               children reside)

At-risk
•         Public or private facility for children or youth who are school-aged and is:
           •    at-risk of academic failure
           •    has a drug or alcohol problem
           •    is pregnant or is a parent
           •    has previously come into contact with the juvenile justice system
           •    is at least 1 year behind the expected grade level for the age of the individual,
           •    is a migrant or an immigrant
           •    has limited English proficiency
           •    is a gang member
           •    has previously dropped out of school
           •    has a high absenteeism rate at school
               Overview
•   Title 1, Part D Subpart 1 Programs
     Adult Corrections      7 (70%)
     Juvenile Corrections   3 (30%)
•   Title 1, Part D Subpart 2 Programs
     Delinquent Programs    139 (38%)
     At-Risk Programs       208 (57%)
     Neglected Programs      18 ( 5%)
              Overview
• Title 1, Part D Subpart 1 Students
  Adult Corrections      2,648 (86%)
  Juvenile Corrections     444 (14%)
• Title 1, Part D Subpart 2 Students
  Delinquent Programs 19,183 (72%)
  At-Risk Programs     6,824 (26%)
  Neglected Programs     531 ( 2%)
                                     Funding
•   Subpart I Funding
    •   The total number of students in State Agency programs is included in the formula to determine state
        allocations
          • State Agencies select a date and conduct count
               Each State Agency may select any one day during the current calendar year
               Each SA may select its own date, but every institution under a particular SA must use the same
                   date

         •   Adjust the count to reflect the length of the school year of the agency or institution
              The child count reported by each SA to the SEA should be an adjusted count based on the
                 formula below.

         •   Combine SA adjusted counts and submit
              SEAs are responsible for rolling up SA adjusted counts and completing Section A, Part II of the
                child count survey


                      (single day count) * (length of school year in days)
                                             180 days
                        Funding
•   Subpart 2 Funding
    • Select a 30-day count window and
      conduct count
      • At least one day in the 30-day window must be in October
      • LEAs Students who reside delinquent institutions (to generate
        Title I, Part D, Subpart 2)


    • Combine LEA counts and submit
      • SEAs are responsible for rolling up LEAs counts and
        completing Section A, Part I of the Annual Count Survey
  For more information...
• Education Information Services
   • Linda Fleming
   • (850) 245-0400 or Linda.Fleming@fldoe.org
• Title I, Part D
   • Melvin Herring
   • (850) 245-0684 or Melvin.Herring@fldoe.org
• Master School ID File
   • Rhonda Forbes
   • (850) 245-0400 or Rhonda.Forbes@fldoe.org
Neglected and Delinquent
        Students

       Nada Scott
      Data Element and Format Changes

• Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Programs – code
  ‘U’ (Educational Alternative Programs) now includes the
  sentence “This includes students who are in At-Risk
  programs”.

• Student Demographic Format – a third slot has been
  added for reporting eligible institutions for a student
  (Institution Number, Neglected/Delinquent).
                  Institutions
• Master School ID File (MSID)
   • Official file of schools maintained by DOE
   • Eligible N&D schools are coded:
      • N = Neglected, Residential
      • D = Delinquent, Residential
      • B = Neglected, Non-residential
      • C = Delinquent, Non-residential
• Changes/additions/deletions are sent to DOE each
  summer by the district’s MSID contact person.
         Institutions, continued
• Non-Public School N&D Institutions
   • Kept in a separate file at DOE.
   • Have a unique code consisting of “A” followed by
     three digits.
   • Designated as neglected or delinquent.
   • Designated as residential or non-residential.
   • Example: SOS Children’s Village
• Changes/additions/deletions are sent to DOE each
  summer by the district’s MSID contact person.
         Reporting for Funding
• Reporting generates funds for N&D programs on a one-
  year forward basis.
• Inaccurate reporting could cost Florida.
• USDE accepts only downward count corrections.
• Federal and state monitoring teams review.
• Inaccurate reporting can lead to audit exception or
  monitoring noncompliance findings.
         Reporting for Funding,
              continued
• To be eligible to generate funding, students must:
   • be 5-17 years of age, and
   • reside in or be served in a qualified institution for
     neglected or delinquent children and youth for at least
     one day during the designated 30 day count period.
     The count period is 30 consecutive calendar days at
     least one of which is in October of the reporting year.
          Reporting for Funding,
               continued
•   Report in Survey 9 (December/January)
•   Use Student Demographic Information Format.
•   No other format records are required.
•   Report the Institution Number, Neglected/Delinquent
•   It is possible for a student to have three eligible
    institutions for submission.
        Reporting for Funding,
             continued
• For most eligible students, the school number and the
  eligible institution number are the same.
• The data should be submitted even if the student leaves
  the district or the state prior to Survey 9.
• Data for non-residential (local) students should be
  reported for use by the Florida DOE.
   • Counting the number of children served
   • Program Evaluations
         Reporting for Funding,
              continued
• Timeline
   • December 7, 2009 - State processing begins
   • December 11, 2009
      • All initial data due
      • Preliminary counts run
   • December 14, 2009 – January 8, 2010
      • Districts contacted regarding discrepant data
   • January 8, 2010 – Last day of state processing
   • Mid-January, 2010 - Data reported to USDE
 Annual Performance Reporting
1. All N& D Students
   • In eligible N & D institutions at any time during the
        fiscal year (July 1 – June 30).
       • Identify schools using the school number –
            Dropout Prevention Program Data format
       • Identify non-public school institutions using the
            ‘A’ numbers – Student Demographic Information
            format
   • Dropout Prevention/Juvenile Justice Programs
        element - Use code N if the student resides in a
        non-school institution for N & D and no other
        program code applies
Annual Performance Reporting,
          continued
2. Students who received Title I, Part D, services.
    • Identify students using the Fund Source element on
        the Dropout Prevention Program Data format.
       • Use Fund Source code ‘D’ if the program the
           student attends is funded at least in part by Title
           I, Part D funds.
       • Report Fund Source code ‘D’ (if it applies) even if
           the student is not in an eligible N&D institution.
Annual Performance Reporting,
          continued
Timeline for 2008-09 data – Survey 5 (End of Year)
• August 3, 2009 - State processing begins
• August 7, 2009 – All initial data due
• August 8, 2009 – Preliminary counts run
• August 10, 2009 - Districts contacted regarding discrepant
  data
• September 4, 2009 – Last day of state processing
• Fall, 2009 - Data reported to USDE
• Data covers July 1 to June 30 of the reporting year.
                Reminders
• Dropout Prevention Program Data records must
  have a matching Student Demographic record.
• If a code of ‘D’ is reported on the data element
  ‘Fund Source’, the student must be between the
  ages of 5 and 17.
Follow Up Question
and Answer Session
  Submit Questions to

  dbweias@fldoe.org

        or call

   (850) 245-0400

				
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