North Carolina’s ESEA Flexibility Request Overview With approved waivers, what will change?

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North Carolina’s ESEA Flexibility Request
Overview
With approved waivers, what will change?
Provides flexibility in the use of funds for Title I schools
Allows States to measure school progress through multiple measures
o Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)
o Subgroup gaps
o Subgroup performance
Reduces administrative burden related to district and school improvement
o Choice/Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
o Planning components
o Removes restrictions on Title II and Rural Low-Income Schools funds
Identifies new school categories
o Priority
o Focus
o Reward
How may Title I funds be used?
Provide interventions in Focus schools
Increase Title I school allocations
Serve additional schools as Title I schools
Operate district-wide instructional initiatives
o Expanded/extended learning
o Pre-school programs
Enhance parent and family engagement initiatives
With all of these changes, what remains the same?
Requires stakeholder consultation (including parents and teachers) in the development of plans
Requires development of LEA/school plans
o Address required components
o Align to comprehensive needs assessment
Requires meaningful parent involvement
Requires annual reporting of LEA/school progress
o Direct and indirect means
o Include Reward, Focus, Priority status
Requires Highly-qualified teachers and paraprofessionals
Requires equitable services to private school students
Requires accountability for all student subgroups
DB/May 9, 2012
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