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					     2004 - 2005
Funding Opportunities
 Drive-In Workshop


                        1
Workshop Agenda
    Morning
  •   Perkins Funding
              •   Perkins Plan
              •   Allocations Formula
              •   RFA Overview
              •   Performance Measures
  •      New Green Book Guidelines
              •   New Forms
              •   Project/Budget Amendments
              •   Project Close-out Procedures
  •      Project Application Guidelines
              •   Application Timelines
      Lunch


                                                 2
Workshop Agenda
       Afternoon
   •      Adult Education and Family Literacy Funding
         •   Allocation Formula
         •   RFP Overview
         •   Continuation and New Projects
         •   English Literacy and Civics Education
         •   Competitive Review
   •      Reporting Procedures/Forms
         •   Workforce Education Reporting System (Web-Based
             Reporting)
         •   National Reporting System (NRS)
   •      Farmworker Jobs and Education Programs
         •   RFP Overview
         •   Competitive Review
   •      Evaluation and Wrap-Up

                                                               3
Restructured and Renamed

   Division of Community Colleges
      and Workforce Education




                                    4
                                                                                              NASSAU
                                                                          Lani Lingo
                                                                          (850) 245-9044
                                                                                                 DUVAL
                       JACKSON                             SUWANNEE            BAKER
                                 LIBERTY LEON
                       CALHOUN                                                          BRADFORD    ST. JOHNS
                                      WAKULLA         TAYLOR                 UNION
                 BAY                                           LAFAYETTE                       CLAY            Ted Lane
                                 FRANKLIN                            GILCHRIST         ALACHUA                 (850) 245-9041
Linda Meadows          GULF                                                                      PUTNAM
                                                                                                          FLAGLER
(850) 245-9043                       Ken Plummer                  DIXIE
                                     (850) 245-9042                        LEVY                                VOLUSIA
                                                                                     MARION

                                                                                                      LAKE
    Grants                                                                    CITRUS
                                                                                                         SEMINOLE
                                                                                              SUMTER
 Administration                                                       HERNANDO
                                                                                   PASCO
                                                                                                          ORANGE
                                                                                                                          BREVARD
                                                      Mario Zuniga
 Gloria Spradley-Brown                                (850)245-9045               HILLSBOROUGH
                                                                                                             OSCEOLA

                                                                                             POLK
 (850) 245-9053                                                           PINELLAS                                      INDIAN RIVER
                                                                                                                                        TBA
                                                                                                                                    (850)245-9026
Florida’s East Coast                                                              MANATEE HARDEE HIGHLANDS
                                                                                                                OKEECHOBEE
                                                                                                                         ST. LUCIE
                                                                                                                                MARTIN
 Ike Gibson                                 Special Projects
                                                                              SARASOTA
                                                                                           DE SOTO

 (850) 245-9026                              Leatricia Williams                        CHARLOTTE
                                                                                                GLADES



Florida’s West Coast
                                                                                                                   PALM BEACH
                                              (850) 245-9902                               LEE       HENDRY

                                                                           Leslie Young                                          Ila Waite-Burns
                                             Keith Brown
Teresa Bestor                                                              (850) 245-9040            COLLIER
                                                                                                                    BROWARD
                                                                                                                                 (850)245-9066
                                              (850) 245-9037
(850) 245-9047                                                                                        MONROE           DADE




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Workforce Education
Funding Opportunities Web Site


  http://www.firn.edu/doe/dwdgrants/grants.htm


  To Go Paperless >> www.fldoe.org




                                                 6
Perkins Projects

             Ike Gibson
        Grants Administration
 Senior Educational Program Director




                                       7
Perkins Extension

 One year extension to existing plan
 Revisions are being made to the state
  plan for one year
 Reauthorization Information Sites
     http://www.acteonline.org/members/news/l
      egislative_news/index.cfm
     http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/
      reauth/perkins.html


                                                      8
Purpose of Perkins Funding


   To develop more fully academic, career
    and technical skills of students who
    elect to enroll in career and technical
    education programs.




                                              9
Priorities

  Development of challenging academics
  Integrate academic and career technical
   instruction
  Increase state and local flexibility in
   providing services
  Disseminating national research and
   providing professional development


                                             10
Allocation Funding

   Utilized an equitable geographical formula for
    awarding projects
   Funds are not automatically awarded to any
    particular agency
   Funding formulas for:
       Section 131(b) Secondary
       Section 132(b) Postsecondary
       Rural and Sparsely Populated
       Tech Prep
   Funding to be announced:
       Adversely Affected
       Department of Juvenile Justice


                                                     11
Allocation Funding

   State Leadership Projects
       Corrections
       Regional Professional Development Councils
        (RPDACs)
       Student Organizations (CTSOs)
       FACTE
       Curriculum for Career Clusters
       All American Success Stories
       Business Partnerships
       Implementation Career Plans
       Child Care Research
    




                                                     12
Allocation Funding - Secondary

 Section 131
  New allocation each year
  $15,000 minimum for secondary
  Applications for less than $15,000 must
   enter a consortium with a district or
   contact the Office of Accounting for a
   waiver

                                             13
Allocation Funding - Secondary

    Section 131(b) Formula :
        30% based on the number of low income
         and total population ages 15 -19 who
         reside in school districts served by LEAs
         within the state

        70% based on the population ages 15-19
         with incomes below the poverty line.


                                                     14
Allocation Funding - Secondary

    Section 131(b) Formula Data :
      USDOE recommended use of substitute
       data until elements specified by statute are
       available:
       http://www.ed.gov/fund/data/award
      Data elements may be retrieved from the
       2000 Census Bureau.




                                                      15
Allocation Funding - Postsecondary

  Section 132

  • New allocation each year
  • $50,000 minimum for postsecondary
  • Applications for less than $50,000 must
    enter a consortium with a district or
    contact the Office of Accounting for a
    waiver

                                              16
Allocation Funding - Postsecondary


      Section 132(b) Formula :
          Act requires the sum of Federal Pell
           Grant recipients and recipients of
           assistance from the Bureau of Indian
           Affairs enrolled in vocational educational
           programs




                                                        17
Allocation Funding - Postsecondary

     Alternate Formula:
      Utilize an alternate formula based on the
      number of individuals attending institutions
      and enrolled in postsecondary vocational
      programs within the state of Florida who
      qualify for need-based postsecondary
      financial aid provided from public funds as
      specified under the act.



                                                     18
Allocation Funding - Rural

  Eligible recipients consist of 33 rural
   counties - as defined by Rural Economic
   Development Initiative
  Specific county allocations
  Must address 2 of 4 required areas
  Letter of agreement between district and
   community colleges required

                                              19
RFA Overview

 I. Overview of Perkins Grants
     Secondary/Postsecondary
 II. Federal Requirements
III. State Requirements
     Narrative Instructions
IV. Fiscal Requirements
 V. Application Review Criteria
VI. Application Procedures
                                  20
Perkins Goals

     Increase students taking a rigorous curriculum
     Increase high school graduation rate
     Increase student choice and acceleration to
      postsecondary
     Reduce the number of students needing
      postsecondary remediation
     Increase the number of students in dual
      enrollment or continuing directly to technical
      postsecondary


                                                       21
    Just Read, Florida!


 Describe how your project will support the
  Just Read, Florida! Initiative
 Describe how you will share your
  methodology and results with others, so your
  success can be replicated throughout the
  state



                                                 22
Tech Prep Education

PURPOSE: To develop links between secondary and
  postsecondary programs, staff development, and other
  supportive mechanisms that facilitate implementing
  Tech Prep 4+2 or 4+4 articulated Programs of Study




                                                         23
Requirements - Abstract

  Success of Tech Prep
   implementation to date
  Summary of activities planned for
   2004-2005
      Just Read, Florida!
      Marketing




                                       24
Narrative

     Review current five year plan and
      address changes needed to improve
      delivery of services

     Describe objectives and activities
      planned for FY 2004-2005


                                           25
Eight Program Components

  Administration         Curriculum
  Articulation            development/
  Business, industry,
                           programs of study
   and community          Impact on students
   involvement            Promotions/marketing
  Evaluation             Staff development




                                                  26
Tech Prep –New Projects
    Demonstrate program success in secondary and
     postsecondary education that indicates students are
     both college and career ready.
    Rigorous academic and technical curriculum
    Increase number of Tech Prep high school graduates
    Students continue their education/program without a
     need for remediation
    Students complete programs
    LEA’s improve data collection and reporting



                                                           27
Formula Data Elements
#1   Number of Students in grades 9-14
     identified as Tech Prep students
#2   Number of Schools participating
     (provide list)
#3   Number of Articulated Programs of
     Study unduplicated within a district
     (provide list)
#4   Outcomes of Tech Prep Students
     (DOE generates from existing reports)

                                             28
Tech Prep - Required Documents


     DOE 100A
     DOE 101
     Regional Workforce Board Form
     Abstract
     Narrative




                                      29
Project due dates vary this year

   Check RFP for due date
   Apply for prior year funding amounts
   Funding amounts are calculated on
    the Funding Formula
   Notification of award amount




                                           30
Perkins Performance
and Local Accountability

    Local Perkins Performance Data and
      Program Improvement Planning




                                         31
Three Sets of Measures:
Perkins Performance Measures
• Secondary Measures (1S1)

• College Credit Measures (1P1)

• Adult Vocational Measures (1A1)




                                    32
                                                     = Performance



                                                      = Population

                            EXAMPLE


Postsecondary Certificate Completion
  Numerator: Number of students who achieved a
                 Vocational Certificate (PSAV)

Denominator: All students who achieved at least one OCP
                 in a Vocational Certificate (PSAV) program



Performances are expressed as percentages by dividing
the numerator by the denominator for each of the 20 Perkins
measures.
                                                                     33
Distribution of performances divided into quartiles
with the state goal and performance targets


             1            2                3            4

                                 Mid
                                Point




                       +1.5%


       +2%                              +1.0%




Quartile   Quartile Definition              Target
4          Upper quartile--top 25%          Maintain performance
3          Midpoint to upper quartile       Improve 1.0%
2          Lowest quartile to midpoint      Improve 1.5%
1          Lowest quartile--bottom 25%      Improve 2%
                                                                   34
Two Years of Data

 If Improvement
    Assigned New Target Based on Curve

 If No Improvement
    Need to Increase to Last Year’s Target

    Plus: Where You are on the Curve




                                              35
Increased Performance

 Example:
    Last Year’s Target = 92.17%
    Actual Performance = 92.69%
    Exceeded Target
    Third Quartile Increased by 1%
    New Target =           93.69%




                                     36
Decreased Performance

Example:
   Last Year Target =               86.81%
   Actual Performance =             85.56%
   Down by 1.25%
   Second Quartile Increase by 1.50%
   Up by 2.75%
   New Target =                     88.31%



                                             37
DOE Priorities for Setting Local Targets

     Easy to understand and explain
     Fair and reasonable
     Require more improvement of lower
      performing LEAs
     Include some type of incentive or reward to
      highest performing LEAs
     Drive improvement in local data
      collecting/reporting processes as needed


                                                    38
High-Performance Team (HPT)

    You submit a Letter of Intent to HPT to extend your
     Perkins III plan

    HPT is contact for LEAs on data-related issues that
     impact local programs

    HPT helps local program and data system staff work
     more effectively together

    HPT brokers assistance between state, LEA
     program and data staff

    HPT disseminates Best Practices

                                                           39
Rollout of Local Measures

    HPT will e-mail instructions and local performance
     data sheets to LEAs in March

    LEAs review last year’s program improvement
     plans and summarizes the status/results of their
     implementation

    LEAs and HPT members review local data sheets
     and identify areas in need of written improvement
     strategies



                                                          40
Rollout ... continued

 HPT works with LEAs as needed to craft
  meaningful improvement plans for
  approval of Budget and Accountability
  team.
 Approved LEA Perkins Performance
  Improvement Plans are forwarded to:
     Grants Administration Team (original) for
      inclusion in completed grant application
     Originating LEA for their files (fax or e-mail)

                                                        41
Lessons Learned

 Data managers and program managers at the
  LEAs must work together to achieve systemic
  improvement in local data and program
  performance processes
 Helping teachers understand how their
  “paperwork” generates “data” which drives
  funding and accountability is very helpful
  when enlisting them in local improvement
  efforts

                                                42
Submit Perkins Applications

To:
  Florida Department of Education
  Bureau of Grants Management
  Attention: Sue Wilkinson
  325 West Gaines Street, Room 325B
  Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400
  Telephone: (850) 245-0498


                                      43
Due Dates and Required
Documents
    Due dates vary by application type
        Check your RFA for due date
    Required Documents
        Letter of Intent to extend Perkins III Plan
        Florida Perkins Performance Measures
        DOE 100A, Project Application
        DOE 100, Budget Narrative Form
        Grants Administration Contact
        Application Review Criteria and Checklist


                                                       44
Perkins Projects



  Questions and Wrap-up




                          45
New Green Book Guidelines

  Project Application and Amendment
  Procedures for Federal and State Programs




                                              46
Purposes

 To provide guidelines to recipients
 To specify the DOE’s expectations
 To compile in one place all requirements
  that cross programs
 To ensure common understandings between
  Department of Education and sub-recipients




                                               47
Sources and Authority

 Education General Administration Regulations
  (EDGAR)
 Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
  Circulars
 State Statutes
 Financial and Program Cost Accounting and
  Reporting for Florida Schools – “Red Book”
  (FDOE)


                                                 48
Contents Of Green Book
  Applications                   Appendices
  Amendments                         Agency Numbers and
  Records and Reports
                                       Names
                                      Grants Assignment
  General Assurances
                                       Listings
  Complaints
                                      CFDA Numbers and
  Income and Disposition of           Titles
   Equipment                          CSFA Numbers and
  Special Conditions                  Titles
  Travel                             Glossary
  Forms


                                                            49
Applicant’s Proposal
    Review RFP/RFA to
       Determine eligibility
       Decide whether or not to apply
    Seek clarification or technical assistance as
     needed
    Complete all required forms and narrative
    Send signed and completed application with
     required copies by the due date
    Due dates vary-check the application


                                                     50
Caution!


 Failure to meet the requirements as stated in
 the RFP/RFA may result in:

       Delays in funding
       No funding




                                                 51
Processing of Applications by
Department of Education
   Date stamp on date received
       For competitive programs determines DOE’s
        acceptance for review
       For federal programs, determines the effective date
 Ensure that minimum conditions met
 Complete program and budget reviews
 For competitive programs, recommend and
  approve prioritized funding list
 Issue a “Project Award Notification”, which is
  the DOE 200 form.

                                                              52
Processing of Project Amendments
by Department of Education

  Program and budget amendment
   requirements have been combined
  Prior approval no longer required for:
        Changes in amounts budgeted for equipment
        Type of target group to be served

        Criteria for selection of target groups

    Requires amendment when making changes:
        in categories/types of personnel
        contracting/sub-granting activities



                                                     53
Project Amendments -
Changes in Forms

DOE 411 (Project Amendment Form) has been
 replaced with:

   DOE 150 - the Project Amendment Request
       Required for all program and budget amendments
       Requires signature of agency head,
                    plus
   DOE 151, 152, or 153 - the Budget Amendment Forms




                                                         54
Which Form To Use?
 Complete DOE 150 and
 If the
 approved
 project form DOE 101 DOE 102 DOE 103
 was a:
 then the
 budget
 amendment DOE 151 DOE 152 DOE 153
 should be a:


                                        55
Records and Reports
Fiscal Adjustments

 Federal      Cash Advance Projects:
     Never send checks to DOE
     Open entitlement projects are adjusted on-line
     Closed entitlement projects are adjusted to the current
      project on line
     Open discretionary projects are adjusted on-line
     Closed discretionary projects are adjusted by
      submitting a supplemental DOE 399 or 499



                                                           56
Records and Reports
Fiscal Adjustments

   Performance and Reimbursement
    Projects
     Open projects are adjusted on an interim
      DOE 399 or 499 with a refund to the
      Comptroller’s Office
     Closed projects are adjusted on a
      supplemental final DOE 399 or 499 with a
      refund to the Comptroller’s Office


                                                 57
Records and Reports


    Report Forms
      Changes to DOE 399 (Perkins)

      New DOE 499 (Adult Education)
            No longer use FA 399 for Adult Ed
        Changes to DOE 599 (Migrant Youth)




                                                 58
General Assurances, Terms, and
Conditions


    Submission for most public agencies
     occurs once

    Submission for non-public entities
     required with each application



                                           59
Added to General Assurances:

    Certain common requirements under
     No Child Left Behind
    Assurance relating to nondiscrimination
    Establishment of safeguards regarding conflict of interest
    Protection for human subjects used in research activities
    Protections regarding prayer in public elementary and
     secondary schools




                                                              60
Conditions and General
Requirements
    Single Audit Act              Payment Methods
       State                      Personnel Costs
       Federal                    Effective Dates
    Indirect Costs                Property
    Obligations by                Supplement not
     Recipients                     Supplant
    Ownership of Products         Travel
    Participation of Private
     Schools in Federal
     Grants


                                                      61
General Assurances, Terms &
Conditions

     Updated statutory and regulatory
      citations

     Consolidated former (Section E)
      “Conditions” into section under the
      heading “Explanation of Federal
      Grants Management Requirements”

                                            62
Program Income and
Disposition of Equipment
      Income:
          Fees
          Use or rental of property
          Sale of commodities or products
      Disposition of Equipment
          Assets less than $5,000 are utilized by the
           local agency
          Assets more than $5,000 are utilized in the
           program or returned to DOE

                                                         63
Special Conditions

    Department may impose special conditions
     when LEAs are:
       Non-compliant with program or fiscal
        requirements agreed to in the application
       Non-compliant with applicable state statutes
        or rules
        Rewritten to provide clarity and to
         enhance usefulness



                                                       64
Special Conditions

     Conditions may take the form of:
          More restrictive conditions for
           project operations or reporting
          Ineligibility to receive discretionary
           projects
          Early termination of an existing
           project


                                                    65
Forms on the Internet:


    DOE Web Site link:

     http://www.firn.edu/doe/comptroller/gbook.htm




                                                     66
Appendices

    Designed to provide codes, references,
     and other information about each
     program administered by the Department

    Updated with current information

    Change frequently


                                          67
Appendices


  A: Agency Numbers and Names
  B: Grant Assignment Listing
  C: CFDA Numbers
  D: CSFA Numbers
  Glossary




                                68
Adult Education and Family
Literacy Projects

            Teresa Bestor
   Office of Grants Administration
 Senior Educational Program Director




                                       69
Adult Education and Family Literacy
New Projects
   Corrections
   Comprehensive Family Literacy Services
   Native Americans
   PAC Success Academy
   Senior Adult Learner
   Regional Adult Literacy Centers
   Front Porch
   Community Technology
   Middle School Literacy
   English Language and Civics

                                            70
Adult Education and Family Literacy
Continuation Projects

       Geographical
            Continuation
            Reallocation Enhancement
       English Literacy and Civics Education




                                                71
Adult Education and Family Literacy
State Leadership

  Continuation for Targeted Programs
     ACE

     RPDACs

     All American Success Stories

     Task Forces (9 different)

  New Competitive Projects
     Statewide impact

     Curriculum

     Staff Development




                                        72
Adult Education and Family Literacy
Requirements for Continuation Projects


     Currently Funded Agencies
     Abbreviated application
         DOE 100A, DOE 101, Self-evaluation
         Performance-based schedule
         Workforce Development Board Coordination
          Assurance Form
     Due date is June 4, 2004
     Funding Period: July 1, 2004 – June 30, 2005


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Adult Education and Family Literacy
Requirements for Continuation Projects


     Additional Requirements for CBOs
       Board of Directors and Articles of
        Incorporation
       Copy of Current Operating Budget

       Copy of Current Audit Report, if available

       Copy of Chart of Accounts

       General Terms, Assurance and Conditions




                                                     74
Adult Education and Family Literacy
Requirements for New Projects


      Who are Eligible Agencies?
      Discretionary Competitive
      Full Application Required
      Scored by external reviewers
      Due date: see each RFP
      Funding Period: July 1, 2004–June 30, 2005




                                                    75
Adult Education and Family Literacy
Application Requirements for New Projects
    Competitive Funding
       Full Application
       DOE 100A - Original Signatures
              Need Authorization Letter for other signatures
       DOE 101 - Budget Page
       Written Responses to all Components
       Performance-Based Report of Deliverables and
        Invoice Schedule (new forms this year)
       Regional Workforce Board Coordination
        Assurance Form

    Due dates vary – see RFP
    Funding Period: July 1, 2004- June 30, 2005
                            (Refer to Handouts)
                                                                76
Special Emphasis

       Just Read, Florida!
     http://www.justreadflorida.com
     Section 1. Just Read, Florida!
      A comprehensive, coordinated reading initiative aimed at
      helping every student become a successful, independent
      reader, is hereby initiated.

     EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER 01-260:

     Describe how your project will support the Just Read,
      Florida! Initiative

                         (refer to handout)

                                                                 77
Special Emphasis

  Dissemination and Marketing
  Faith-based Agencies
  Fatherhood Literacy
  Workplace Communications Skills
  Continuation projects must exceed
   previous performance


                                       78
Primary Performance Measures


 Primary Core Measures

   1.   Educational Gains (required)
   2.   Retention, Placement and Completion
   3.   Adult High School and GED




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Secondary Core Measures


 Secondary Core Measures
 Required for Family Literacy Projects
   1. Parental Involvement in dependent
       children’s education
   2. Parental Involvement in literacy related
       activities with dependent children



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Invoicing Procedures for
       Performance-based Projects

    Use invoicing forms at the following URL:
     http://www.firn.edu/doe/dwdgrants/grants.htm

    Separate invoicing forms for:
        Adult Education and Family Literacy projects
        State Leadership projects

    Send Invoice and deliverables to:
                                  Grants Management
                                  Room 325B, Turlington Bldg   325
                                  West Gaines Street
      (refer to handout)          Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400


                                                                     81
Update

   Front Porch Projects
   Community Technology Projects
   12th Grade Option
   Adult Career Centers




                                    82
Adult Education and Family Literacy
Monitoring

   Local agencies will be evaluated on the
    effectiveness of adult education and family
    literacy activities based upon performance
    measures
   Monitoring performance reports help assist
    agencies in avoiding over-payment
   On-site and Desk Top monitoring
   Other state agency monitoring



                                                  83
Adults with Disabilities

    Pending 2004-2005 legislative session




                                             84
Reporting Requirements
for 2004-2005 Projects

  Workforce Education Reporting System
                  and
    National Reporting System (NRS)




                                         85
Workforce Education
Reporting System
     Accurate Data
     Customer Convenience
     Timelines
     Web-based reporting system
        http://info.doe.state.fl.us/wffunding

     Paperless
     Request Login/Password at above URL

                      (refer to handout)
                                                 86
Workforce Education
Reporting System
 Required:
  Mid-year report due January 14, 2005
   (online)
  If performance less than 40% for any core
   measure at mid-year,
        Written improvement plan required with mid-year
         report
    End-year report due July 15, 2005 (online)
    Final DOE 499 due August 20, 2005



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National Reporting System (NRS)

                     What is it?
• A uniform national database demonstrating the
effectiveness of adult literacy instruction at the state and
national levels.
• Provides common definitions and standardized
procedures for collecting literacy outcome measures
• Ensures coordination with other outcome reporting
systems
• Allows for data-driven local program improvement


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NRS-Why is it important?

   Statutory Requirement
     Adult Education and Family Literacy Act
     Workforce Investment Act

   Impacts future funding/incentive dollars
       Basis for Florida receiving incentive dollars
   Can be used to improve local programs



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NRS- Who Reports the Data?

     Entities receiving federal funding for:
        Adult Basic Education (ABE)
       English for Speakers of Other Languages
        (ESOL)
       Adult Secondary Programs




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NRS - Data to be reported

   Core Outcome Measures
• Educational gains in reading, writing, speaking and
  listening skills
• Follow-up Measures
   • Entered employment
   • Retained employment
   • Receipt of secondary school diploma or GED
   • Placement in postsecondary education or training


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NRS - Data to be reported
 • Core Descriptive Measures
    • Demographics

       • Ethnicity, Gender, Age
    • Status and Goals
       • Labor force status
       • Public assistance status
       • Disability status
       • Rural residency
       • Attendance goals (primary and secondary)
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NRS - Data to be reported
 • Core Participation Measures
    • Student Participation
        • 12 Contact hours
        • Program enrollment type
            • ABE/ESL
            • Family literacy
            • Workplace Program
            • Homeless
            • Correctional facility/programs
            • Other institutional programs



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NRS – How to Report the Data

Florida DOE Online Reporting System at:
    http:/www.firn.edu/doe/arm/cctcmis/nrs/
         nrsmain.htm
Login/password required: Contact John
Nedeau at john.nedeau@fldoe.org




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National Reporting System

             When is it reported?


    • In Florida, data submitted annually
    through web based system, usually in
    the fall
    • FLDOE will notify project recipients
    of reporting deadlines



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National Reporting System

         NRS ONLINE TRAINING


   • Available at US DOE NRS web site:

     • http://www.nrsweb.org/




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Thank You


• Questions?
• Wrap-up




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Farmworker Jobs and Education
Program


       Carlos Saavedra




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Farmworker Jobs and
 Education Program
 Workforce Investment Act, Title I, Section
  167 - Migrant and Seasonal
  Farmworkers
 Purpose:
  To provide employment, training,
  educational, and supportive services to
  eligible farmworkers and their
  dependents.

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Farmworker Jobs and
 Education Program

 Competitive applications for PY 2004
  Program year is for July 1, 2004 to June
  30, 2005.
 Total available funds: $3,366,625
 Geographic distribution of funds based
  on census of population and census of
  agriculture data, by county.

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Eligible Applicants

   “Organizations that understand the
   problems of eligible migrant and
   seasonal farmworkers, including their
   dependents; are familiar with the
   geographic area to be served; and
   demonstrate the capacity to effectively
   administer a diversified program of
   workforce development investment
   activities and related assistance.”
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Allowable Activities and Costs

 Examples of Activities
  Outreach
  Counseling
  Job Placement and Follow-Up

 Examples of Costs
  Salaries and Benefits
  Travel

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Special Requirements

 Specified in the Special Conditions
 (Attachment B)
  Monthly expenditure reports (DOE-599)
  Monthly program reports
 Memorandum of Understanding
 between applicant and Local
 Workforce Board

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Technical Assistance

 Contact the staff of the Adult Migrant
 Program and Services Section at:
 (813) 744-6303
 Answers to FAQ’s will be provided by e-
 mail to applicants submitting an intent to
 apply letter. All answers to FAQ’s will be
 shared with all applicants by regular
 posting on the FDOE web page

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