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									                                     FALL 2009 NYSED OBE/OFLS COMPLIANCE REVIEW
                2008-2009 CR Part 154 Comprehensive Plan and Data Reports; 2009-2010 NCLB Title III Part A Application;
                                        2009-2010 NYC Language Allocation Policy Plans

                                              OVERVIEW OF SCHOOL COMPLIANCE ISSUES

       District: 15
       School: 15K429
       Principal: Lisa Gibbs

       As a result of the NYSED Office of Bilingual Education and Foreign Language Studies review of CR Part 154 Data
       Forms and Schools Language Allocation Plans (“LAPs”) it has been determined that the review process may not be
       finalized until the school compliance issues mentioned below are resolved. Your timely response to these issues is
       critical. Please submit your response to your District Superintendent, Anita Skop.


       SUMMARY OF THE SCHOOL LEP/ELL DATA
                                   INFORMATION                                                              2008-2009
            Total # of LEP/ELLs Identified                                                                      15
            Total # of LEP/ELLs Served                                                                          14
            Total # of GENERAL ED LEP/ELLs Identified                                                           10
            Total # of General Ed LEP/ELLs NOT Served                                                           0
            Total # of SPECIAL ED LEP/ELLs Identified                                                           5
            Total # of SPECIAL ED LEP/ELLs NOT Served                                                           1
            Total # of LEP/ELLs served in ESL-only programs who should be in a bilingual education              0
             program, including ESL
            Total # of Long-Term LEP/ELLs                                                                       17
            Total # of UNCERTIFIED ESL Teachers                                                                 0
            Total # of UNCERTIFIED BILINGUAL EDUCATION Teachers                                                 0
            Total # of Requests of Extension of Services                                                        7
            Extension of Services is “CONFIRMED” or “DEFERRED due to insufficient or lack of                    C
             information on the intervention services provided to the students”. (“C” or “D”)
            Submitted copy of the 2009-2010 LAP                                                                No
            School was cited in 2007-2008 (“Yes” or “No”)                                                      N0

      The CR PART 154 data forms identified below and/or the school’s 2009-2010 LAP reflect compliance issues.
      Your response on the resolutions of these compliance issues is required.

            CR Part 154 A-3.1: Long - Term LEPs (LTEs).

           o Based on the information provided, there is a large number of LTEs in your school. Please provide a description
             of the programs that are in place in the school that help LEP/ELLs to improve their linguistic and academic skills
             so that they become English proficient, meet State standards and promotion/graduation requirements.

            CR Part 154 (A-5): School Teachers and Support Personnel Appropriately
             Certified.

           o Provide A-5 form re. Certification of teachers.

         CR Part 154 (A-7): Request for Extension of Services and Interventions.
        o No comment.
       NYCDOE Language Allocation Plan.

           o The school did not submit a current copy of the 2009-2010 LAP.

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