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Missouri Office of School Turnaround-Focused Monitoring Report Letter 2012 (PDF) (Oct 11, 2012)
This document contains the Missouri State monitoring report cover letter for 2012. Achievement-focused monitoring realigns the Department's Office of School Turnaround oversight and technical assistance to concentrate on achievement for all students, and allows us to target our resources to work with States with the most critical challenges, as well as those who are achieving positive results in this critical area.
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Oregan State Office of School Turnaroudn-Focused Monitoring Report for 2012 (PDF) (Oct 11, 2012)
This document contains the Orgen State Monitoring Report for 2012. Achievement-focused monitoring realigns the Department's Office of School Turnaround oversight and technical assistance to concentrate on achievement for all students, and allows us to target our resources to work with States with the most critical challenges, as well as those who are achieving positive results in this critical area.
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Oregan Office of School Turnaround-Focused Monitoring Letter 2012 (PDF) (Oct 11, 2012)
This Oregan State 2012 monitoring report aligns the Department's Office of School Turnaround oversight and technical assistance to concentrate on achievement for all students, and allows us to target our resources to work with States with the most critical challenges, as well as those who are achieving positive results in this critical area.
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About Us - SASA (Sep 07, 2012)
The Student Achievement and School Accountability (SASA) Office supports systemic efforts to improve academic achievement in Schools that serve low-income communities. This is accomplished primarily through the administration of programs under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, providing over 0.7 billion in FY 2002 to improve teaching and learning in schools throughout the nation.
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Student Achievement and School Accountability Programs (Sep 07, 2012)
Homepage of the Student Achievement and School Accountability Programs web site.
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Office of School Turnaround-Focused Monitoring (Feb 27, 2012)
Achievement-focused monitoring realigns the Department's Office of School Turnaround oversight and technical assistance to concentrate on achievement for all students, and allows us to target our resources to work with States with the most critical challenges, as well as those who are achieving positive results in this critical area.
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Title I Achievement-Focused Monitoring (Jan 27, 2012)
Achievement-focused monitoring realigns the Department's Title I oversight and technical assistance to concentrate on achievement for all students, and allows us to target our resources to work with States with the most critical challenges, as well as those who are achieving positive results in this critical area.
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Title I Achievement-Focused Monitoring (Jan 01, 2012)
Achievement-focused monitoring realigns the Department's Title I oversight and technical assistance to concentrate on achievement for all students, and allows us to target our resources to work with States with the most critical challenges, as well as those who are achieving positive results in this critical area.
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Title I Achievement-Focused Monitoring (Aug 25, 2011)
Achievement-focused monitoring realigns the Department's Title I oversight and technical assistance to concentrate on achievement for all students, and allows us to target our resources to work with States with the most critical challenges, as well as those who are achieving positive results in this critical area.
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Contacts -- Reading First (Sep 02, 2010)
A brief overiew of the Reading First program and list of contact staff can be found in this page. Included in the No Child Left Behind Act signed into law by President George W. Bush on January 8, 2002, was the establishment of Reading First as a new, high-quality evidence-based program for the students of America.
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