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Maria Longa
27:04
Good morning everyone and welcome back to FASFEPA Forum!
Aylin
27:20
Good Morning
Maria Longa
27:34
The presentation to this session on Equitable Services is posted on FASFEPA web site and also ECTAC web site
Marjorie Murray
27:47
Good morning! Happy Wednesday and welcome back!
Yodi Martinez
27:52
Good morning all! Thank you
Carrie Perry
27:57
Hello!
Hannah Miller
27:58
Good morning!
Kecia Robinson
27:59
Good morning Everyone!
Orfirio A. Sanchez
28:02
Good morning to all
Liz Pribble
28:21
Good morning
Alyssa Mulvihill
29:14
Good morning everyone!
Jozelle Johnson
29:48
Good morning!
Lyndi Goepfert
31:04
Good Morning Nicolle!
Marjorie Murray
31:13
Nicolle's PPT is posted on the FASFEPA website.
chris eckersley MBE
35:35
The PowerPoint is not linking on the web page. It is "not found,"
sharon.hathcock
36:09
Yes, we are getting a 404 error message on the ppt link.
K. Hansen
36:29
I thought it was only me. Thanks for sharing.
Marjorie Murray
36:35
Thank Chris, we will check on it.
chris eckersley MBE
36:50
Thank you.
sharon.hathcock
37:19
The Office of Grants Management update has the same error message. :)
Kim Miller
37:19
Was not able to access Nicole's powerpoint on the ECTAC website.
Frank Stockman
39:10
I was just able to access the powerpoint on the ECTAC website
Marjorie Murray
39:17
We are working on the link to the PPT. Sorry for the inconvenience
chris eckersley MBE
40:04
👍
Marjorie Murray
40:16
Link to the PPT is fixed.
Kimberly
50:35
If private schools are non-responsive to request for information, which includes a deadline, can we impose a clause stating that non-response to deadline shall result in withdrawal of equitable participation?
Frank Stockman
51:54
to expand upon @Kimberly's question, can we withdraw a private school that has submitted a draft plan, but is unresponsive to resubmission with alterations prior to a deadline
Martin, Dr. Helen
53:09
How would we calculate the "secular" portion of a conference for eligible Title II funding?
cubbalka
53:49
Can you provide a sample of a service plan and an Affirmation of Consultation to ensure districts who have participating private schools for the first time submit all the required documentation by October 1st?
Marilyn J. Borges
54:38
I manage Title III and of course I support private schools appropriately. However, we pay for our language screeners with district funds. I have a school asking for us to fund the language screeners and stated that other districts fund language screeners for private schools. I don’t because it is not federal funding. Please advise.
Hannah Medawattage
55:30
Is there a specific date that private schools must start services by? Several private schools have not been able to start services at the same time as public schools due to covid closure/cases of administrators/students out of school.
Kimberly
55:49
Nicolle, do you offer a similar forum to private schools as well? Maybe if they are informed directly from the State level the various federal program mandates, it would be received differently from when districts communicate the mandates.
Lyndi Goepfert
56:59
Can you repeat the question please
Maria Longa
57:59
When consulting with Private Schools on use of Title IV Part A funds, what are best practices or requirements to stay within the 15% cap for technology devices under the Effective Use of Tech funds?
cubbalka
58:31
Can you review the technology cap?
Maria Longa
01:01:00
Please consider a change in the new guidance that requires the Title I, Part A privateschool administrative costs to be included in the ten percent administrative cap. Privateschool administrative costs come from the equitable share amount which is set-asidebefore any funds can be allocated to the district or schools. Since only private schoolscan benefit from the administrative costs taken from the equitable share, the districtsshould not be disadvantaged by including that amount in the ten percent cap.o School districts consult with the private schools to determine a reasonable andnecessary amount for administrative costs. School districts and private schoolsshould be able to make this determination without the influence and burden ofthe 10% cap.o The equitable share portion is kept separate, so the administrative cost shouldbe, too. The unexpended balance no longer rolls to the LEA and is supposed tobe "kept separate", so why wouldn't the private school administrative cost bekept sep
Kimberly
01:02:35
Reposting question:If private schools are non-responsive to request for information, which includes a deadline, can we impose a clause stating that non-response to deadline shall result in withdrawal of equitable participation?Nicolle, do you offer a similar forum to private schools as well? Maybe if they are informed directly from the State level the various federal program mandates, it would be received differently from when districts communicate the mandates.
Genia Robinson
01:03:54
What if a private school checked to participate in Title IV, but refuses to tell the LEA how they want to use their allocation in order to complete the application? May we exempt them from the grant after multiple communications and multiple deadlines missed?
Keirah Bandstra
01:04:45
Our district uses our employees to provided services to the Title I students identified at private schools. The private schools do not have a tiered systems when identifying students. With the guidance that teachers who work with identified Tier 3 students needing to be reading endorsed, do those employees who service the Title I students at the private schools also have to be reading endorsed?
Frank Stockman
01:05:19
could you please go back and address Kimberly's question that was submitted prior to the secular question? Thank you.
Martin, Dr. Helen
01:05:29
Is NEFEC course registration still available for private school teachers?
Keirah Bandstra
01:07:26
The 21-22 Companion Guide has examples of these consultations forms.
Anna Moore
01:08:24
Floridacims.org -->
Anna Moore
01:08:25
2021-22 Private School Consultation Form
Marilyn J. Borges
01:09:46
I manage Title III and of course I support private schools appropriately. However, we pay for our language screeners with district funds. I have a school asking for us to fund the language screeners and stated that other districts fund language screeners for private schools. I don’t because it is not federal funding. Please advise.
Frank Stockman
01:13:08
I everyone could mute their mics, that would great, thanks
Lonnie Steiert
01:15:13
But we have always been told that it is not allowable to pay for ELL screeners for your district schools out of Title III as they are a requirement, so how can you pay for them for a Private school from federal funds if it is not allowable for Public schools?
Marilyn J. Borges
01:16:29
I agree that is why I was asking about district funds.
Marilyn J. Borges
01:19:22
but if they ask for Title III funds don’t they need to follow the identification?
Marilyn J. Borges
01:20:06
thank you!
Lonnie Steiert
01:20:17
Will do!
Lyndi Goepfert
01:20:27
That would be helpful!
Martin, Dr. Helen
01:24:56
Thank you! The private schools find this resource very helpful!
jonesr2
01:25:15
Are paraprofessionals allowed to provide direct services to private school students
jonesr2
01:28:40
Thank you :)
Erin Buckley
01:28:59
Thanks Everyone!
Kimberly
01:29:00
Thank you! Great session!
Valde Fortner
01:29:04
Yes, thank you! Looking forward to the Q&A follow-up :)
Lisa Slover
01:29:10
Thank You!
Anna Moore
01:29:11
Thank you, Nicolle!
Yodi Martinez
01:29:17
thank you
polhill.candi
01:29:21
Thank you, Nicolle!
Joan Grejdus
01:29:24
Thanks Nicolle.