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Informational Letter #: 88

Policy Code:  DDA

 

TO:                  Superintendents of Schools

 

FROM:             J. Duke Albanese, Commissioner

 

DATE:             June 14, 2002

 

SUBJECT:        No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Application for Funds and Allocations

 

This year the NCLB team would like to utilize technology as much as possible in its distribution of information to LEAs.  The following documents and information will be posted on the new NCLB website, www.maine.gov/education/nclb:

 

 

School administrative units are encouraged to download the application form, instructions, guidance, and performance report from this site in either Word2000 (*.doc/.dot), web format (*.htm), or universal Rich Text Formatting (*.rtf) files.  Allocation amounts will be found in the “New NCLB Title Name” column.  By downloading the files, you should be able to complete the forms using your word processor. 

 

If your district has problems copying or reading the files on the site, you may request a printed version by calling the NCLB Office at 624-6705 or e-mailing Lorraine Cote at lorraine.cote@state.me.us and requesting the specific forms you need.

 

You must return a signed original and three copies of the application and performance report to the NCLB Clearinghouse, 23 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333 by the indicated deadline of August 1, 2002, or e-mail a request for an extension to Lorraine Cote with an anticipated date of submission.  Although applications and reports cannot be accepted via e-mail at the moment, please understand that we are anticipating the availability of electronic submission in the next 2003-2004 school year. 

 

Some draft allocations are available and have been posted out to the web site.  Title IA and Title ID amounts will not be finalized and posted until after June 17, 2002  Private school counts are in the process of being determined and, according to the U.S. Department of Education, proposed regulations should be available soon to assist in distributing Title IA Education Finance Incentive Grant (EFIG) funds.

 

A workshop for new NCLB Coordinators to assist them with program requirements and paperwork has been scheduled for August 19, 2002 in the Augusta area.  Details will be sent via e-mail in late July 2002, to registered participants.  Please complete the registration form at the end of this memo or e-mail your registration information by July 31, 2002 to lorraine.cote@state.me.us.  If you are hiring a new NCLB Coordinator, be sure to register in advance for them and submit the name at a later date. 

 

 

General questions may be directed to the NCLB Clearinghouse at 624-6705.  For program specific questions, select from the list below:

 

Title IA – Basic Disadvantaged – 624-6705

Title IC – Migrant Education – 624-6705

Title IIA – Teacher Qualify – 624-6828

Title IID – Ed Tech (Technology) – 624-6784

Title III – Language Instruction for LEP & Immigrant Students – 624-6788

Title IVA – Safe & Drug Free Schools & Communities Act – 287-6475

Title V – Innovative Education – 624-6815

REAP – Rural Education Achievement Program – 624-6815

 

 

 

 

NCLB New Coordinators’ Workshop

August 19, 2002

 

 

 

Name:____________________________________________________________

 

District:___________________________________________________________

 

Home Address:_____________________________________________________

 

Home e-mail:_______________________________________________________

 

 

Return by July 31, 2002 to:       Dept. of Education

NCLB Clearinghouse

                                                23 State House Station

                                                Augusta, ME  04333

OR

 

e-mail registration information to lorraine.cote@state.me.us

 

 

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