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									Reporting Requirements for
Title I, N or D and Homeless
            June, 2012
             Presenters:
    Linda Fleming and Ruth Jones
Neglected or Delinquent Students
 Title I, Part D of NCLB
 Services for children in local and State
  institutions for neglected or delinquent youth
 Prevention services for at-risk students
 Examples: juvenile detention centers,
  children’s homes, halfway houses, county jails,
  marine institutes and wilderness institutes
Neglected or Delinquent Institutions
 MSID Designations
        N = Neglected, Residential
        D = Delinquent, Residential
        B = Neglected, Non-residential
        C = Delinquent, Non-residential
 MSID Classifications
        NP = Neglected Programs
        JD = Juvenile Detention
        JC = Juvenile Corrections
        MP = Multi-Purpose
Neglected or Delinquent Institutions
 Non-Public School Institutions
     Kept in separate file at DOE
     Have a unique code: A###
     Assigned designations and classifications same
      as schools
 Institution changes sent to DOE each
  summer by district MSID contact person
  N or D - Reporting for Funding
 Eligible Students
    5-17 years old
    Reside in or served in a qualified institution
    Meet the “count period” requirement
 Count Period
    District selects 30 day period, one day of which
     is in October
    Identify eligible students served during the
     count period
N or D - Reporting for Funding - Continued

  Report students in Survey 9
     Survey opens 12-3-12, closes 1-11-13
     Due date: 12-12-12
  Use Student Demographic format
     No other formats required
  Report the Institution Number,
   Neglected/Delinquent
     Up to three allowed
N or D - Reporting for Funding - Continued
  For many, school number = institution
   number
  Report for students who left the district
  Report residential and non-residential
   students
     Residential used for federal reporting
     Both used by the State
  Mid-January – data reported to USDE
 N or D – Performance Reporting
 Occurs at end of year (Survey 5 used)
    2011-12 Survey opens 7-30-12, ends 8-31-12
    2012-13 Survey opens 7-29-13, ends 8-30-13
 Only for students served by Title I, Part D
  funds
 Only for students served 90 days or more
 Data covers fiscal year
 See handout regarding items used in the
  performance report.
               Homeless
 2001 McKinney - Vento Homeless Assistance
  Improvement Act

 ALL districts must report all homeless
  students

 Reporting Homeless data is required
  regardless of whether district receives grant
  funding
               Homeless
 Report students who have been homeless at
  any time during the school year

 Report students who are eligible to continue
  to receive homeless services in the current
  school year
                 Homeless
 Federal/State Indicator Status format
 Surveys 2, 3 and 5
 Data Elements
   Homeless Student, PK-12 (based on student’s
    residence at the time of initial identification this
    school year)
   Homelessness Cause
   Homeless Unaccompanied Youth (defined as a
    youth not in the physical custody of a parent or
    guardian)
               Homeless
 Title I, Part A Set Asides for Homeless
   Federal/State Compensatory Project Evaluation
    format
    • Federal/State Project, Area and Model
    • Support Services

   Survey 5
                 Homeless
 Federal/State Project Area and Model
   1st Digit – Project Type
     • 1 Title I Basic
     • 5 Title I Basic and Title I Migrant (blended)

   2nd Digit – Subject Area (Instructional Services)
     • Code the appropriate subject area for services
       provided (e.g. Math, Language Arts, etc.)

   3rd - 4th Digits – Model
     • 11 Homeless
                Homeless
 Multiple student records are reported if
  the student
   receives more than one instructional service
    (or is served in more than one subject area)
   participates in Regular and Summer Term
   is served by other programs: Title I Basic,
    Migrant, Immigrant, Title I Part A Set Asides,
    etc.
   is served in more than one school
              Homeless
In other words a record is generated for each
  Project type
  Subject area
  Model
  School
  Term

  in which the student participates
               Homeless
 Federal/State Project - Support Services

    Record the type(s) of support services
     provided

    A maximum of 4 codes may be applied
       Homeless Contacts
 Program
  Lorraine Allen – Director
    • (850) 245-0668
    • Lorraine.allen@fldoe.org

  Skip Forsyth
   • (850) 245-245-0089
   • Skip.forsyth@fldoe.org
               Title I Basic
 Federal/State Compensatory Project
  Evaluation format
 Survey 5
 Part A funds
 Required for all students participating in
  Title 1 Targeted Assistance school
  programs
              Title I Basic
 Title I Schoolwide

    Only report data if student receives
     Support Services.
                 Title I Basic
Federal/State Project, Area and Model
  1st Digit – Project Type
     • 1 Title I Basic
     • 5 Title I Basic and Title I Migrant (blended)
   2nd Digit – Subject Area
     • Targeted Assistance -Code the appropriate
        Subject Area (e.g. Math, Language Arts, etc.)
     • Schoolwide - Z Not Applicable
   3rd - 4th Digits – Model
     • 00 Schoolwide
     • 01 Targeted Assistance
             Title I Basic
 Federal/State Project - Support Services

   Record the type(s) of support services
    provided

   A maximum of 4 codes may be applied
              Title I Basic
 Multiple student records are reported if
  student
   receives more than one instructional service
    (or is served in more than one subject area)
   participates in Regular and Summer Term
   is served by other programs: Title I Basic,
    Migrant, Immigrant, Title I Part A Set
    Asides, etc.
   is served in more than one school
             Title I Basic
In other words a record is generated for each

   Project type
   Subject area
   Model
   School
   Term

  in which the student participates
                NOTE
 Federal/State Compensatory Project
  Evaluation format
  Term
     3 = Annual Term

     S = Summer Term

 Any other code will reject
      Title I Basic Contacts
Program
 TBA – Director
   • (850) 245-0689 (number will still reach staff for
     assistance)


  LaTrell Edwards, Bureau Chief
  • (850) 245-9939
  • Latrell.edwards@fldoe.org
            EIAS Contacts

 Linda Fleming                Ruth Jones
   (850) 245-9919               (850) 245-9577
   Linda.fleming@fldoe.org      Ruth.jones@fldoe.org


             Tammy Duncan
                (850) 245-0022
                Tammy.duncan@fldoe.org

								
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