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Decision Letters on State Final Assessment Systems (Dec 02, 2016)
Decision letters on each State's final assessment system under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act as Amended by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 are linked from this page.
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Awards -- Enhanced Assessment Grants (Dec 01, 2016)
This page provides information about award recipients, project abstracts, and summaries of competitions under the Enhanced Assessment Grants Program.
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Applicant Information -- Impact Aid Section 8003 - Payments for Federally Connected Children (Dec 01, 2016)
This page lists application kits, required forms, notices inviting applicants, schedules, and other information of interest to prospective applicants under the Impact Aid Section 8003 -- Payments for Federally Connected Children Program.
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FY 2016 -- Awards -- Enhanced Assessment Grants (Dec 01, 2016)
This page provides information about the FY 2016 award recipients, project abstracts, and summaries of competitions under the Enhanced Assessment Grants Program.
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OSERS Texas Listening Sessions 2016 (Dec 01, 2016)
Representatives from OSERS and the Texas Education Agency (TEA) will conduct a series of listening sessions in Texas during the week of Dec. 12. The sessions provide members of the public an opportunity to comment on the timely identification and evaluation of students with disabilities, as well as the delivery of special education and related services to all eligible children under IDEA.
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FY 2016 Agency Financial Report (AFR) (Dec 01, 2016)
Agency Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2016
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Letter to Laredo Independent School District, Onsite Report. 02-26-2008 (PDF) (Dec 01, 2016)
Letter to Laredo Independent School District, Onsite Report. 02-26-2008 (PDF)
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OSERS Letter to Mike Morath, Commissioner, Texas Education Agency. 10-03-2016 (PDF) (Dec 01, 2016)
OSERS Letter to Mike Morath, Commissioner, Texas Education Agency. 10-03-2016 (PDF)
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Connecticut’s East Hartford Public Schools’ Enrollment, Registration Methods Found in Violation of Civil Rights (Nov 30, 2016)
The U.S. Department of Education announced today that its Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has reached an agreement with Connecticut?s East Hartford Public Schools after finding that the district violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by failing to provide adequate language services to limited English proficient (LEP) parents and guardians and by unlawfully imposing barriers to enrollment and applying additional registration and enrollment criteria to students based on national origin.
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The Elementary Secondary Education Act (The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2016) (Nov 30, 2016)
On December 18, 2015 , President Obama signed into law the Every Student Succeed of 2016, reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. This is the text of the legislation.
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Alabama APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Arkandas APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Arizona APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Connecticut APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Hawaii APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Illinois APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Louisiana APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Massachusetts APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Maryland APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Maine APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Montana APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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New Jersey APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Nevada APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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New York APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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Preschool Development Grants Progress Report 2015 (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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