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Unsafe School Choice Option Final Non-Regulatory Guidance (MSWORD) (May 24, 2004)
The Unsafe School Choice Option (USCO) (section 9532 of NCLB) requires that each State receiving funds under the ESEA establish and implement a statewide policy requiring that students attending a persistently dangerous public school, or students who become victims of a violent criminal offense while in or on the grounds of a public school that they attend, be allowed to attend a safe public school. This document provides guidance on some provisions that may be useful in administering these requirements.
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RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-93-03 (MS Word) (Feb 03, 2004)
RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-93-03, "State Rehabilitation Advisory Council." (MS Word)
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RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-93-02 (MS Word) (Feb 03, 2004)
RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-93-02, "Implementation of Part C of Title I, Innovation and Expansion Grants, of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as Amended." (MS Word)
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RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-02-02 (MS Word) (Feb 03, 2004)
RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-02-02, "Documents to Submit when Requesting a Waiver or Modification of the State's Maintenance of Effort Requirements under the State Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program."
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RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-94-01 (MS Word) (Feb 03, 2004)
RSA Technical Assistance Circular, RSA-TAC-94-01, "The Use and Reporting of Program Income By Rehabilitation Services Administration's (RSA) Discretionary Program Grantees." (MS Word)
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Report Cards Title I Part A, Non-Regulatory Guidance (MS WORD) (Sep 12, 2003)
This document is the Non-Regulatory Report Card Guidance and addresses commonly asked questions about the Title I, Part A report card requirements. States and LEAs receiving Title I funds must prepare and disseminate annual report cards.
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Non-Regulatory Guidance: Local Educational Agency Identification and Selection of School Attendance Areas and Schools and Allocation of Title I Funds to Those Areas and Schools (MSWORD) (Aug 21, 2003)
This guidance outlines how local educational agencies (LEAs) identify eligible Title I school attendance areas and schools and allocate funds to those attendance areas and schools. This guidance reflects the requirements in Title I, Part A, section 1113 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the No Child Left Behind Act, and 200.77 and 200.78 of the Title I regulations published in the Federal Register on December 2, 2002.
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Technical Assistance Circulars -- Clarification of Items in RSA-PD-00-06. (Aug 07, 2003)
August 30, 2001. " Clarification of Items in RSA-PD-00-06."
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Technical Assistance Circulars -- Supplementary Instructions for Completing the SF-269 Financial Status Report, Under the Basic Support Program (Aug 07, 2003)
August 8, 2001. "Supplementary Instructions for Completing the SF-269 Financial Status Report, Under the Basic Support Program."
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Technical Assistance Circulars -- Supplementary Instructions for Completing the SF-269 Financial Status Report (Aug 07, 2003)
August 8, 2001. "Supplementary Instructions for Completing the SF-269 Financial Status Report, For the Independent Living Services Program, Part B, Independent Living, Part C, Centers for Independent Living Program (If Administered by a State Agency Pursuant to Section 723), Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who Are Blind Program, Chapter 2, Supported Employment Program, Client Assistance Program, and Protection and Advocacy of Individual Rights Program."
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