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Published on November 28, 2007

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NCLB Title VI Subpart 3 Rural Education Achievement Program :  NCLB Title VI Subpart 3 Rural Education Achievement Program Two (2) Definitions Three (3) Programs REAP:  REAP Two Definitions: Definition One For REAP-Flex For Small Rural Achievement Programs (SRSA) Definition Two For Rural Low Income Schools Three Programs: REAP-FLEX Combine Your Money SMALL RURAL SCHOOLS PROGRAM (SRSA) Collect money from the feds RURAL LOW INCOME SCHOOLS PROGRAM Collect money from the state SMALL RURAL SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT (SRSA):  SMALL RURAL SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT (SRSA) DEFINITION National Center for Education Statistics Locale Code 7 or 8 Enrollment under 600 students REAP LOCALE CODES:  REAP LOCALE CODES DEFINITION Locale Code 7 According to Census data, it is located in a place that is outside of a metropolitan statistical area and has a population of fewer than 2,500 persons REAP LOCALE CODES:  REAP LOCALE CODES DEFINITION Locale Code 8 According to Census data, it is located in a place that is inside a metropolitan statistical area and has a population of fewer than 2,500 Two REAP Programs Using SRSA Definition:  Two REAP Programs Using SRSA Definition REAP Flexibility REAP – Districts eligible under the program may transfer 100% of their funds; Funds may be transferred: FROM Title II-A, IV-A and V TO Title I, II-A, II-D, III, IV-A, IV-B, and V SRSA Funds come directly from USDOE Notice of funding Districts must make application on line State provides spreadsheet data for the USDOE Allocation Non-Public/Charter Schools:  Non-Public/Charter Schools Must meaningful consultation and funding for services for other schools’ teachers and students take place? REAP FLEX YES SRSA NO RLIS NO Non-Public/Charter Schools:  Non-Public/Charter Schools Must the non-public/charter schools spend their funds on the same programs for which the public school is spending funds? No, for REAP FLEX. During meaningful consultation with the non-public/charter school, the LEA must determine how reserved funds will be best expended for the benefit of the non-public/charter schools students and teachers in programs authorized by REAP FLEX (Titles IIA,IVA,IVD, and V). SRSA:  SRSA SRSA Funding Formula $20,000 base Plus $100 for every student over 50 Minus Allocation for IIA, IID, IVA and VA These grants are ratably reduced based on Congressional allocation SRSA:  SRSA May a district meet all the definitions of SRSA and not receive funds? Yes, if the money received the year before in Titles IIA, IID, IVA, and V equals or is greater than the amount the formula generates for the district, the district will receive no funding from SRSA. SRSA :  SRSA Funds May Be Used For: Title I, Part A Compensatory Education Title II Part A Teacher Quality Title II Part D Educational Technology Title III Part A Language Instruction SRSA :  SRSA Title IV Part A Safe and Drug-Free Schools Title IV Part B 21st Century After school Programs Title V State Grants for Innovative Programs Note: These are the same programs authorized for “applicable funding” under REAP-FLEX RLIS Rural Low Income Schools:  RLIS Rural Low Income Schools Definition: Schools with 20% poverty Locale code 6, 7, 8 REAP:  REAP Definition Locale code 6 : According to Census data, it is located in a place that is outside of a metropolitan statistical area and has a population of at least 2,500 persons but fewer than 25,000 persons RLIS Rural Low Income Schools:  RLIS Rural Low Income Schools Funds distributed to the state for allocation Allocation based on enrollment in RLIS schools Districts notified of their eligibility and allocation amount Districts make application to the state RLIS Rural Low Income Schools:  RLIS Rural Low Income Schools Funds may be used for: Teacher recruitment and retention, including the use of signing bonuses and other financial incentives (Title IIA) Teacher professional development, including programs that train teachers to utilize technology to improve teaching and to train special needs teachers (Title IIA) Educational technology, including software and hardware as described in Title II Part D RLIS Rural Low Income Schools:  RLIS Rural Low Income Schools Funds may be used for: Parental involvement activities (Title IA and V) Activities authorized under the Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program (Title IVA) Activities authorized under Title I, Part A Activities authorized under Title III (Language instruction for LEP and immigrant students) REAP ACCOUNTABILITY:  REAP ACCOUNTABILITY SRSA , REAP-FLEX and RLIS If a district does not make adequate yearly progress for three years the district may continue to participate in SRSA, RLIS, and REAP-FLEX but may only use the funds to carry out school improvement requirements of section 1116 of the ESEA. REAP ACCOUNTABILITY (continued):  REAP ACCOUNTABILITY (continued) School Improvement Title I, Section 1116 activities include: LEA must incorporate scientifically based learning in core academic subjects Identify actions that have the greatest likelihood of improving student achievement Address professional development needs of instructional staff REAP ACCOUNTIBILITY (continued):  REAP ACCOUNTIBILITY (continued) Include specific measurable objectives for each group of students identified in the disaggregated data Address fundamental teaching and learning needs in the schools and specific academic problems of low-achieving students Incorporate, as appropriate, activities before, after, and during the summer Incorporate strategies to promote effective parental involvement in the school. REAP RESOURCES :  REAP RESOURCES www.ed.gov/programs/reapsrsa www.ed.state.nh.us/ Select Program, Information & Services from the menu on the left of the home page, select “C” for Consolidated Application 2007-2008, choose REAP or Rural Education Achievement Program options

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