Equitable Access to Excellent Educators
State Plans to Ensure Equitable Access to Excellent Educators
- Equitable Access to Excellent Educators: An Analysis of States’ Educator Equity Plans Report (October 31, 2016) [425KB]
- Equitable Access FAQs (April 10, 2015) [279KB]
Assistant Secretary Letter (November 10, 2014)
- Note: Document includes a summary report and profiles of individual State plans.
The State's webpage includes the SEA’s State plan, as well as resources the Department has made available to States to support this important work. It also includes data that the Department provided to States in fall 2014—an Equity Profile that provides a summary of key publicly available data and a large data file that brings together several public data sources that a State may consider using in its State plan.
- Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | District of Columbia | Florida | Georgia | Hawaii | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon |
Pennsylvania | Puerto Rico |
Rhode Island |
South Carolina |
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Texas | Utah | Vermont | Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming
- Update on State Educator Equity Plans and ED's Assistance and Review
Powerpoint Presentation of the Translation and Interpretation for English Learners PDF (2.M)
Webinar Recording SASA's Webinar on Carryover Requirements Title I, Part A & Sec. 1003(g) (SIG) on February 17, 2011
Powerpoint Presentation of the Carryover Requirements Title I, Part A & Sec. 1003(g) (SIG) PDF (1.4M)
Script of the Powerpoint Presentation of the Carryover Requirements Title I, Part A & Sec. 1003(g) (SIG) PDF (1 M)
Educator Equity Plan
Understanding Your Educator Equity Plan
Ensuring Equitable Access to Excellent Educators
Translation and Interpretation for English Learners
Carryover Requirements Title I, Part A & Sec. 1003(g) (SIG)
Family and Community Engagement
- Family And Community Engagement Website- Raising the next generation is a shared responsibility. When families, communities and schools work together, students are more successful and the entire community benefits.
- Rethinking Title One Parental Involvement (NASTID 2011)
- Face Family and Community Engagement
- Parental Involvement SASA's PowerPoint presentation from NASTID conference 2011 (5M)
- Features Parent Resources
SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
March 10, 2014, The U.S. Department of Education's Office of OIG issued a Management Information Report titled "Fraud in Title I-Funded Tutoring Programs.
- Resources for Private Schools
- January, 2010 NASTID Conference PPT: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and Title I Equitable Services to Eligible Private School Children PDF (1.4M)
- January, 2010 NASTID Conference PPT: Contracting with a Third Party for Title I Services to Eligible Private School Children PDF (2.5M)
- Policy Letters to States - These policy letters provide guidance and insight on a variety of topics of interest to State Educational Agencies (SEAs), school districts, federal program directors, and others in implementing No Child Left Behind.
- Policy Letters from the Secretary and Deputy Secretary
- See also: Title I, Part A, Legislation, Regulations, and Guidance
- National Title I Association Conference Website (February 2014)
- Student Achievement and School Accountability Conference (October 2002)
Title I Waivers
- Flexibility in Schoolwide Programs (September 2013)
ESEA Maintenance of Effort Waiver Request Form (ESSA)
The new MOE requirements, under ESSA, will first apply to LEAs that are eligible to receive FY 2017 funds under a covered program for the 2017-2018 school year. (MOE calculations for FY 2017 funds compare expenditures from State and local sources for free public education in FY 2016 (school year 2015-2016) with those from FY 2015 (school year 2014-2015)). (More information on the changes that ESSA makes to the MOE requirements is available at: https://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/essa/essaguidance160477.pdf.) States must review whether the LEAs have failed to maintain effort in 1 of the 5 immediately preceding years. States with LEAs requesting waiver consideration must submit this updated spreadsheet for FY 2017 and beyond.
States requesting waiver consideration for FY 2016 or earlier would also fill out the form, except for Columns D and E on Form 3.
- MS Excel (206K)