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  • 1. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Request for Proposal/Application I. GRANT OVERVIEW: Division/Office Technology/Bureau of Educational Technology Title Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) Specific Funding PL 107-110 Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Title II (Part D) “No Child Left Behind Act of 2001” CFDA#: 84.318 Authority(ies) Funding Purposes Improve student academic achievement through the use of technology in elementary and secondary schools. To assist every student in crossing the digital divide by ensuring that every student is technologically literate by the time the student finishes the eighth grade. To encourage the effective integration of technology resources and systems with training and curriculum development to establish research-based instructional methods that can be widely implemented as best practices. (A more detailed description of specific program purposes is provided under the Federal Requirements section of the RFA/RFP) Funding Priorities  Local Education Agencies that receive an allocation under the formula component of the program that is not of sufficient size to be effective.  High-Need Local Education Agencies: School districts that are among those with the highest numbers or percentages of children from families with incomes below the poverty line that also: (1) operate one or more schools identified as low performing (per ESEA Sec. 1116), or, (2) have a substantial need for assistance in acquiring and using technology. Target Population K-12 Florida Public School Districts Eligible Applicants  Entitlement: Formula funding is available to Local Education Agencies that receive funds under Title I -Part A  Competitive: High-Need Local Education Agencies or Eligible Local Partnerships Type of Award  Entitlement [EETT PART I of RFA/RFP ( formula component of program)]  Competitive [EETT PART I + EETT PART II of combined RFA/RFP] Total Funding Amount $26,897,132.45 (available for projects)  Entitlement (formula): $13,448,566.23  Competitive: $13,448,566.22 Funding Period Entitlement Projects Program Period (effective): Application receipt date – June 30, 2004 Budget Period (effective): Application receipt date – June 30, 2003 with renewable budget to be submitted for July 1, 2003 – June 30, 2004 Competitive Projects Program Period: March 1, 2003 (tentative) – June 30, 2004 Budget Period: March 1 – June 30, 2003 (tentative) with renewable budget to be submitted for July 1, 2003 – June 30, 2004 A project application must be reviewed and approved prior to release of funds and consequently an actual award notification date will typically differ from an effective date. DOE 900 1 Revised 6/1/01
  • 2. Technical Support Bureau of Educational Technology Melinda Crowley (e-mail: Melinda.Crowley@fldoe.org) Charles Proctor (e-mail: Charles.Proctor@fldoe.org) PHONE: 850-488-0980 (SC 278-0980), FAX: 850-488-3691 (SC 278-3691) Required Forms Project Application cover sheet (DOE100A) Budget Description form (DOE103) Professional Development Funds Allocation Waiver Request (if applicable/Attachment A) Application Due Date November 19, 2002 for competitive proposals [suggested deadline for formula applications] DOE 900 2 Revised 6/1/01
  • 3. II. FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS AND PROGRAM GUIDANCE [Reference NCLB:EETT Title II, Part D, Subpart 1, SEC. 2414 Local Applications & SEC. 2416 Local Activities] PROGRAM OVERVIEW This two-part combined RFA/RFP provides the guidance necessary to seek funding though the federal Enhancing Education Through Technology initiative. EETT PART I and EETT PART II of the application have been designed to promote a coordinated approach to EETT funds utilization. Under the 2002-03 NCLB:EETT grant program, approximately $26.9 million will be available to eligible local education agencies (LEAs/school districts). The formula component of the program will provide approximately $13.4 million to school districts that receive Title I-Part A funding (EETT district allocations are based on Title I-Part A distributions). An equal amount will be available to eligible school districts under the competitive component of the program. Supplemental program information, technical assistance resources, and technology plan review/approval procedures will also be available to prospective applicants on the Bureau of Educational Technology website: http://www.doe.firn.edu/edtech ENHANCING EDUCATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY FUNDING IS INTENDED TO SUPPORT ACHIEVEMENT OF THE FOLLOWING BROAD PROGRAM GOALS:  Improve student academic achievement through the use of technology in elementary and secondary schools.  Assist all students in crossing the digital divide by ensuring that every student is technologically literate by the end of the eighth grade.  Encourage the effective integration of technology resources and systems through teacher training, curriculum development, and by incorporating successful research-based instructional methods that can be widely implemented as best practices (full technology integration in all schools expected by December 31, 2006). SPECIFIC PROGRAM PURPOSES  To support the development and implementation of comprehensive educational technology programs within the State that will be effective in improving student academic achievement.  To encourage the establishment or expansion of initiatives (including initiatives involving public-private partnerships) that are designed to increase access to technology, particularly in high-need schools.  Enhancing access to modern instructional technologies, online training resources, quality educational content, and standards-based assessment systems for teachers and students (particularly disadvantaged students) through improved system interconnections and more robust connectivity linkages.  To promote the incorporation of high-quality professional development programs, best practices, and research-based methods that can help teachers and school personnel effectively integrate technology into curricula and instruction, and that will ultimately support student achievement of Florida’s Sunshine State Standards.  Adapting or expanding applications of technology to support distance learning and delivery of rigorous academic courses and curricula to students in geographically isolated regions of the State or to impoverished areas with limited educational opportunities.  To support rigorous program evaluation and the development of effective performance measurement systems associated with NCLB:EETT initiatives, particularly regarding the impact of projects on student academic achievement.  Using technology to promote parental involvement and foster better communication among students, parents, teachers, and administrators concerning curricula, assignments, and assessments. DOE 900 3 Revised 6/1/01
  • 4. Projects funded under this new initiative must show close alignment to the specific program purposes, support achievement of Florida’s long-range strategic educational technology objectives, and promote effective long-range educational technology planning at both the State and local levels. To help ensure effective implementation of this new program, participants must develop accountability measures and tracking procedures that will be used to evaluate the extent to which funded activities have (1) improved technology integration within curricula and instruction, (2) increased the ability of teachers to teach, and (3) enabled students to achieve Florida’s Sunshine State Standards. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EETT FORMULA FUNDS AND COMPETITIVE PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT GUIDANCE  All NCLB:EETT applicants must complete the EETT APPLICANT ASSURANCES table (included under EETT PART I of the RFA/RFP).  Completion of all requirements under EETT PART I of the RFA/RFP will be necessary to receive formula or competitive funds.  Applicants seeking funds under the competitive component of the EETT program must also complete proposal requirements identified under EETT PART II of the RFA/RFP. EETT PART I of the RFA/RFP addresses the following application requirement areas:  APPLICANT ASSURANCES  LOCAL LONG-RANGE ED TECH PLANNING REQUIREMENTS  MINIMUM LOCAL APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS (USED 1-12)  INFORMATION CONCERNING NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL PARTICIPATION EETT PART II of the RFA/RFP addresses special competitive proposal requirements. A summary of PART II components is provided below:  PROPOSAL TYPE DESIGNATION  PROJECT SITE(S) IDENTIFICATION CHART  DESCRIBE THE EXPECTED CONTRIBUTIONS, COMMITMENTS, AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE APPLICANT AND ANY IDENTIFIED PROJECT PARTNERS  PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND ACTION PLAN  CITE SPECIFIC RESEARCH-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS OR MODELS USED TO SUPPORT AND VALIDATE THE PROPOSED PROJECT  RESOURCE ACQUISITION TIMETABLE AND BUDGET DESCRIPTION  OBJECTIVES AND BENCHMARKS CHART(S)  PROJECT EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT PLAN EETT proposals will be developed by school districts working collaboratively with school improvement teams, non-public schools, business partners, regional school district consortium staff, adult literacy service providers, higher education institutions, educational foundations, parents, volunteers, or other interested persons. In accordance with United States Department of Education guidelines, an EETT subgrant may only be awarded to an eligible local education agency (LEA/school district). DOE 900 4 Revised 6/1/01
  • 5. EETT PART I ENHANCING EDUCATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY (EETT) PROGRAM ASSURANCES YES 1 The Department of Education has developed and implemented a document entitled, General Terms, Assurances and Conditions for Participation in Federal and State Programs, to comply with: •34 CFR Part 76.301 of the Education Department General Administration Regulations (EDGAR) which requires local educational agencies to submit a common assurance for participation in federal programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education; •applicable regulations of other Federal agencies; and •state regulations and laws pertaining to the expenditure of state funds. In order to receive funding, applicants must have on file with the Department of Education, Office of the Comptroller, a signed statement by the agency head certifying applicant adherence to these General Assurances for Participation in State or Federal Programs. The complete text of may be found at http://www.firn.edu/doe/bin00007/gbook.htm. (A hard copy is available upon request.) The applicant has confirmed that a current signed General Assurances Certification is on file in the Department of Education. 2 Certification Regarding Lobbying, Debarment, Suspension, Other Responsibility Matters, and Drug-Free Workplace Requirements is on file with the Florida Department of Education Comptroller. (For school districts, a certification of adherence filed with the Department of Education Comptroller’s Office shall remain in effect indefinitely unless a change occurs in federal or state law, or there are other changes in circumstances affecting a term, assurance, or condition.) 3 Upon receipt of a project award, the LEA (school district) will maintain accurate and timely project records necessary to document project activities and expenditures and provide for compliance with applicable local, State, and Federal regulations. The district will provide all information required by the Florida Department of Education for fiscal audit, program evaluation, and annual performance reporting to the U. S. Department of Education. 4 Project funds will be allocated to supplement program related initiatives and activities and will not supplant existing non-federal resources. 5 A minimum of 25 percent of project funds will be allocated to provide ongoing, sustained, intensive, high-quality professional development (which is based on a review of relevant research and targets the integration of advanced and emerging technologies into curricula and instruction). If this assurance is not provided, then the applicant must provide a detailed narrative justification (see Attachment A: PD Waiver Request). The narrative must explain in detail how such training is already provided to all teachers in core academic subjects. Submission of a waiver request with regard to this key program expectation may delay approval of an EETT application and should be submitted only under very special circumstances. A “PD Waiver Request” is being submitted with the application(s) : ___YES ___ NO 6 Not more than 5% of awarded funds will be used to cover administrative costs (including indirect costs based on the current approved rate for the LEA). NOTE: The Department of Education Comptroller can assist the applicant with indirect cost rate approval and/or rate negotiation. 7 The LEA has engaged in timely and meaningful consultation with appropriate private school officials during the design and development of this EETT proposal. The LEA made available to private schools relevant information related to goals, standards, materials, or assessments developed for (or referenced within) the application/proposal (if such information was requested). Requirements under Title IX General Provisions, Part E – Uniform Provisions “Subpart 1 – Private Schools” have been (and will continue to be) adhered to by the applicant. 8 A comprehensive review of the LEA’s local long-range educational technology plan has been conducted to determine if all Department of Education Essential Plan Components have been addressed in a detailed manner. 9 Select the Appropriate Assurance Every “applicable school” has complied with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requirements in Subpart 4 of Title II –Part D of the ESEA. (An “applicable school” is an elementary or secondary school that does not receive e-rate discounts and for which EETT funds will be used to purchase computers used to access the Internet, or to pay the direct costs associated with accessing the Internet.) Not all “applicable schools” have yet complied with the requirements in Subpart 4 of Title II –Part D of the ESEA. However, the LEA has received a one-year waiver from the U.S. Secretary of Education under Section 2441(b)(2)(C) of the ESEA for those applicable schools not yet in compliance. The CIPA requirements in the ESEA do not apply because no funds made available under the program are being used to purchase computers to access the Internet, or to pay for direct costs associated with accessing the Internet, for elementary and secondary schools that do not receive e-rate services under the Communications Act of 1934, as amended. DOE 900 5 Revised 6/1/01
  • 6. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PLANNING LOCAL ED TECH PLAN REQUIREMENT To receive funds under the NCLB:EETT initiative, an eligible LEA (school district) must provide the Florida Department of Education with a new or updated local long-range strategic educational technology plan that is consistent with the objectives of Florida’s educational technology plan. This important program directive will support improvements in educational technology program planning and coordination at all levels. Bureau of Educational Technology staff and Educational Technology Integration (ETI) Consultants are committed to supporting school districts as they work to develop comprehensive local long-range educational technology plans. Plan development resources, technical assistance, and plan review services will be provided to schools and district personnel throughout implementation of the NCLB:EETT initiative. FLORIDA’S EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PLAN STATUS A formal long-range educational technology plan for Florida is under development at this time. Current educational technology strategic objectives to be included in the State plan are posted on the FDOE Bureau of Educational Technology website. Those objectives should be sufficient to guide local ed tech plan development efforts. LOCAL ED TECH PLAN REVIEW REQUIREMENT A comprehensive review of the LEA’s local long-range educational technology must be conducted by the applicant to determine if all Department of Education Essential Plan Components have been addressed in a detailed manner. Areas of significant weakness (or deficiency) in the LEA’s current plan must be addressed. Essential Technology Plan Components are available on the Bureau of Educational Technology website and have been revised to support EETT implementation. If plan revisions are necessary, they should be completed by the November 19, 2002 competitive application deadline (if at all possible). Final approval of an EETT application will be contingent on a successful Bureau of Educational Technology staff review of the LEA’s long-range local educational technology plan. Conditional approval of an EETT application will be considered if substantial local technology plan development or revision work is necessary and formalizing revisions would significantly delay project implementation. If a new revised technology plan is not submitted with an application for EETT funds, Bureau of Educational Technology staff will conduct the local technology plan compliance review using the most current planning documents on file. If the district’s educational technology plan has been revised since December 31, 2001 a copy of the revised plan must be included with an EETT application (formula or competitive). It is essential that Bureau staff have access to an up-to-date local technology plan for each EETT applicant. DOE 900 6 Revised 6/1/01
  • 7. PROJECT FOCUS IDENTIFICATION Identify project focus areas, major goals, and/or resource development initiatives that will enhance student learning, promote technological literacy, and foster student achievement of the Sunshine State Standards. The seven “Milken Dimensions for Gauging Technology Progress in Schools” have been used to establish focus area strands. [USED 1 & 2] REQUIRED STRANDS AND ASSOCIATED FOCUS AREAS PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY • Establish Technology Proficiency and Literacy Standards for Students/Teachers • Provide Intensive, Targeted, and Sustained Technology Integration Training and Professional Development Opportunities for Teachers • Promote the Development of Technology Integration Mentors and Specialists • Develop a Comprehensive Technology Integration and Staff Development Component within the LEA’s Long-range Educational Technology Plan • Adopt Incentives to Drive Improvements in Lesson Planning and Associated Classroom Technology Integration • Promote Effective Utilization of Comprehensive Curriculum Management and Lesson Plan Development Systems ACCOUNTABILITY • Implement a Standards-Driven Performance Measurement System to Monitor Technological Proficiency and Literacy Levels of Students and Teachers • Use Successful Research-Based Models to Drive Project Design and Implementation • Conduct Formal Evaluations of all Educational Technology Projects and/or Initiatives Supported with EETT Funds Efforts are underway in the FDOE Bureau of Educational Technology to assist school districts in addressing NCLB:EETT accountability requirements. These efforts involve establishing educational technology standards and revision of the annual Technology Resources Survey. Determination of appropriate indicators and measurement methods will be ongoing during implementation of the EETT initiative. Our hope is to be able to document over time that appropriate integration of modern instructional technologies into the learning process (by well prepared teachers) can help students achieve at higher levels. Cooperation, coordination, and strong commitment on the part of all program participants will be required to reach long-term NCLB:EETT program goals. DOE 900 7 Revised 6/1/01
  • 8. OPTIONAL STRANDS AND ASSOCIATED FOCUS AREAS [Check all additional focus areas to be associated with 2002-03 EETT program implementation within the school district. Focus area selection is not restricted in a formula application (EETT PART I), but identification of too many areas is not recommended. If the scope of the project is too broad, meeting accountability requirements of the program may not be practical. NOTE: A competitive proposal may target up to 5 focus areas to be selected from the REQUIRED STRANDS or from areas checked under the various OPTIONAL STRANDS. See EETT PART II of the RFP for additional guidance.] LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Introduce and Incorporate Research-Based Instructional Methods and Best Practice Strategies Revise Curricula to Incorporate Technology Standards and Technology Delivered Instructional Content (may also include technology-related course development) Apply Modern Technologies to Collect, Manage, and Analyze Data to Promote High Quality Teaching Practices and Drive School Improvement. Improve Management and Implementation of Existing Integrated Learning Systems (ILS) LEARNERS Improve Integration of Technology-Delivered Educational Content Develop New Distance Learning Opportunities for “High-Need” Student Populations Increase Utilization of Existing Distance Learning Programs by Disadvantaged Students Improve Utilization of Assistive Adaptive Devices and/or Systems For Special Needs Students Improve Delivery of Specialized Educational Programming (ITV, Teleconferencing, etc.) Incorporate Successful Applications of Handheld, PDA, or Small Form Factor Devices COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Establish Public-Private Initiative(s) Designed to Increase Access to Technology for Students and Teachers, with Special Emphasis on Disadvantaged or “High-Need” Schools. Institute a Modern Technology-Supported Home/School Communication System Designed to Promote Meaningful Parental Involvement through Improved Communications about Curricula, Assignments, and Assessments. Establish Special Training, Awareness, or Resource Sharing Programs to Involve Community SYSTEM CAPACITY Develop Strategic Resources and Enhance Educational Technology-Related Program Planning and Coordination to Address Critical Needs of the District Establish Site-Based Project Coordinator(s) or Technology Integration Specialist(s) Conduct a Formal Needs Assessment (district and/or school level) Technology Resource Center/Computer Lab Development Improve Maintenance and/or Troubleshooting of Instructional Technologies and Software Systems Used by Teachers and Students DOE 900 8 Revised 6/1/01
  • 9. TECHNOLOGY CAPACITY Acquire Modern Instructional Technologies and/or Expand New Applications of Technology to Support School Reform Efforts and Promote Equitable Access to Technology Implement Essential Technology Infrastructure Improvements and/or Wireless Telecommunications Capability within Classrooms and Instructional Areas at Schools Identified as Low Performing or Schools Identified as having Critical Connectivity Needs Acquire Special Connectivity Linkages, Resources, or Services for Use by Teachers, Students, Academic Counselors, and School Library Media Personnel to Support Instructional Activities in Classrooms, Academic and College Counseling Centers, or School Library Media Centers Increase Access to Assistive Adaptive Devices and Systems Increase Access to Handheld or Special Small Form Factor Devices Increase Access to Quality Educational Content Through Online Subscriptions and/or Direct Product/Media Acquisition Increase Access to Software or Systems Targeting Specific Subject/Curricular Area(s): __Reading, __English/Writing/Literature, __Mathematics, __Science, __History/Social Studies, __Art/Music, Foreign Language, __Special Applied Science or Technology, __Interdisciplinary, Other: Indicate what special steps the applicant will take to ensure that students and staff in high-poverty and high-need schools, or schools identified for school improvement, will have increased access to educational technology. [USED 3] Priority will be Given to “High-Need” Schools when Distributing Newly Acquired Technology. Technology Integration Opportunities will be Provided on a Continuing Basis to Staff in “High-Need” Schools or Schools Identified as Low Performing by the Florida Department of Education. The School District will Promote Partnership Development and Special Collaborative Initiatives to Bring Modern Technology-based Learning Tools and Best Practice Strategies to “High-Need” Schools or to Schools Identified as Low Performing. Special Targeted Technology Awareness Training for Parents of Students at “High-Need” Schools or Schools Identified as Low Performing will be Provided. Special Programs will be Initiated to Provide Increased Access to Technology (before, during, or after hours) for Students Attending “High-Need” Schools. Other: Indicate how the LEA will provide or foster ongoing sustained professional development for teachers, principals, administrators and school library media personnel to further the effective use of technology in classrooms and library media centers. [USED 4AB] Adopt Rigorous Technology Competencies and Proficiency Standards for School Instructional Staff and Administrators Provide Ready Access to Research-Based Methods, Best Practices, and Technology- Enhanced Instructional Strategies (access links to clearinghouse resources, etc.) Establish Professional Partnerships with Higher Education Programs and other Research Institutions DOE 900 9 Revised 6/1/01
  • 10. Provide Reimbursement for Continuing Education Coursework with a Focus on Technology Skill Building Provide Special Salary/Bonus Incentives to Teachers who Achieve Measurable Proficiency In the Use and Application of Technology in the Instructional Process Provide Online or Computer Based Training Opportunities Encourage Post-graduate Study in the Area of Educational Technology Support Focus Groups that Target Best Practice Development and Research Review Encourage Visits to “Target Tech” Schools by Teachers and School Administrators who have had Limited Opportunities to use Modern Instructional Technologies to Improve the Learning Environment of their Students Provide Flexible Access to Technology Resources in Library Media Centers and Training Labs Other: Identify personnel and/or partners that the LEA anticipates will be involved in providing professional development services in conjunction with the EETT initiative. [USED 4AB] Local District Staff Private Consultants and Specialists Regional Consortia or other Intermediate Unit Staff Community Colleges/Universities Area Vocational Technical Schools Contracted Training Centers Professional Associations Department of Education Staff and/or ETI Consultants Other: DOE 900 10 Revised 6/1/01
  • 11. Identify the types and estimated costs of technologies, infrastructure improvements, or special educational services to be acquired/completed with EETT formula funds. NOTE: A separate budget table is required under EETT PART II if a competitive application is submitted. [USED 5] COST AREA [If additional descriptive information is needed for a particular category, PROJECTED type in narrative text following the colon. Do not change the category ALLOCATION name. If a different category is needed, use “Other:”] TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES COST SUMMARY Instructional Learning Systems Software and Content Delivery System(s): Digital Content Subscription(s): Video Conferencing Equipment & Software: Projectors, Smartboards, and Other Presentation Support Equipment: Educational Programming and Licensing: Technology Infrastructure Improvements: Service and Maintenance Contracts/Agreement(s): Assistive Adaptive Devices and Systems: Computers (desktop and/or portable): Printers, Storage Devices, and Digital Cameras: Handheld/PDA/Small Form Factor Devices: Other: TECH RESOURCE SUBTOTAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COST SUMMARY [Document all professional development related expenditures below. Total must equal at least 25 percent of the total funding request unless the applicant seeks a formal waiver of this EETT funds use directive.] Technological Proficiency and Literacy Measurement System: Technology Integration or Training Specialists [local district staff]: Special Consultants or Facilitators: Online Training Services/Fees: Stipends, Special Incentives, Release Time for Teachers, Substitutes: Technology-Enhanced Lesson Plan Development Assistance: Workshop/Seminar Registration(s) [research, measurement, methods]: Materials and Supplies [PD]: Other: PD SUBTOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE COST SUMMARY [Total must not exceed 5 percent of requested funds.] Travel to DOE Sponsored Project Coordinators Meeting(s): Project Coordination and Reports Prep [not training or integration]: Project Evaluation: Secretarial and/or Records Management Support: Indirect Cost Estimate [must be calculated using approved rate for LEA]: Materials and Supplies [ADMIN]: Other: ADMIN SUBTOTAL PROJECT TOTAL DOE 900 11 Revised 6/1/01
  • 12. Provide a description of how the applicant will coordinate activities carried out with funds provided under this program with technology-related activities carried out with funds available from other Federal, State, and local sources. Describe how activities or initiatives supported with EETT formula funds would support initiatives that might be funded in conjunction with the competitive component of the program. [USED 6] (text response should not exceed one page) DOE 900 12 Revised 6/1/01
  • 13. Identify specific technology integration and professional development strategies to be used to improve delivery of instructional content, promote the development and use of technology-enhanced lesson plans, and ultimately improve curricula and instruction. [USED 7] Provide Technology Integration Mentoring Opportunities and Increase Access to Best Practice Resources Adopt Technology Standards and Promote their Integration Into Curricula Revise Curricula and Lesson Plans to Incorporate the use of Modern Instructional Technologies and Technology Delivered Instructional Content Adopt Incentives to Encourage the Development of Technology-Enhanced Lesson Plans Increase Technology-related Staff Development Opportunities for Teachers (conference and seminar attendance, online training programs, etc.) Provide real Incentives to Teachers who Demonstrate a Commitment to Mastering the use of Technology to Enhance the Classroom Learning Environment Conduct Regular Demonstrations of Modern Instructional Technologies and Instructional Content Delivery Systems, and Provide Improved Access to Technology Integration Tools. Other: Complete the following timeline projection table for project-related technology integration efforts. PROFESSIONAL Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 COMPETENCY AND (start development, (integrate, develop, or (achieve implementation, initiate activity or implement) adoption, or full ACCOUNTABILITY process, acquire “date range” operational status) STRANDS resources) Educational Technology Standards Development/ Adoption Quality Instructional Content and/or Delivery Systems Technology Integration Mentoring/ Modeling, and Incorporation of Best Practices Technology –Enhanced Lesson Plan Development Incentives Curriculum Revision/ Enhancement Standards-Driven Technology Proficiency and Literacy Measurement Indicate how the LEA will encourage the development and utilization of innovative strategies for the delivery of specialized or rigorous academic courses and curricula through the use of new and emerging technologies. [USED 8] Strengthen Local Technology Planning and Strategy Development Efforts Adopt Special Incentives and Supporting Policies to Encourage Staff to Advance Their Technical Skills and Capabilities Encourage Partnerships Between Schools with Limited Technology Experience and “Target Tech” Schools Require Incorporation of Successful Research-based Technology Infusion and Content Delivery Models DOE 900 13 Revised 6/1/01
  • 14. Improve Utilization of Existing Distance Learning Programs Develop New Distance Learning Program Options Indicate what strategies the LEA will use to promote parent involvement and increase communication about the incorporation of instructional technologies into the learning environment. [USED 9] Increase Parent Access to Technology (loan programs, after hours access, etc.) Technology Demonstrations at PTO/PTA Meetings Website Development or Enhancement to Provide Information of Interest to Parents Parent Training/Awareness Workshops Newsletters Regular Electronic Communication Technology Open House Indicate how EETT initiatives will be developed in collaboration with adult literacy programs the LEA offers (or utilizes) to maximize the use of technology resources. [USED 10] Computers or Other Technologies will be Provided to Support Existing Adult Literacy Programs (after hours or during the regular school day) Staff Development opportunities will be Coordinated with Adult Literacy Programs when Practical Software or Online Learning Services will be Shared with Adult Students when Practical Training Labs or Other Special Use Facilities will be Shared with Adult Students When Practical Significant Collaboration with Adult Literacy Programs is Not Applicable. Explain: The EETT initiative requires that participants measure the impact that program activities have on student achievement. Participants must develop specific mechanisms or accountability measures that they will use to evaluate the extent to which activities funded under the EETT initiative are effective in: 1) integrating technology into curricula and instruction; 2) improving the ability of teachers to teach; and 3) enabling students to master the Sunshine State Standards. Identify specific evaluation mechanisms or accountability measures that will be used to determine the effectiveness and impact that EETT funding may have on student achievement and technological literacy. [USED 11] Adopt Technology Standards and Incorporate a Comprehensive Proficiency Measurement System Conduct Targeted Analysis of Student Assessment Data Examination of Lesson Plans and Curriculum for Evidence of Technology Integration Require Comprehensive Program Evaluation by Consultant(s)/Specialist(s) Require Completion of Technology Proficiency Assessment Modules (Pre & Post-Tests) Conduct Regular Staff/Student Surveys Other: DOE 900 14 Revised 6/1/01
  • 15. Indicate the supporting resources that will be acquired to ensure successful and effective use of existing or new technology projected for acquisition. [USED 12] Networking Services/OS Software Upgrades Server Upgrades or Continuing Service Agreement Broadband or Related High-Speed Connection Service Instructional Learning Systems Software Upgrades or Continuing Service Agreement Print Resources Computer Memory, Screen, or Storage Upgrades Special Adapters/Cables/Cards, etc. Other Essential Technology Supplies NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL PARTICIPATION Identify the nature of arrangements between the applicant and any non-public schools participating in the EETT initiative. If any non-public schools will be participating in EETT activities, record the name, address, and telephone number of such schools in the space provided. Also, briefly describe any collaborative technology integration or staff development efforts that will be undertaken that might be considered as unique or especially innovative. Technology Resource Sharing (computer labs, training facilities, online services, etc.) Actual Technology Placement at School Site(s) [must include utilization monitoring by LEA] Technology Planning Coordination and/or Development Assistance Not applicable [no current participation] DOE 900 15 Revised 6/1/01
  • 16. EETT PART II [COMPLETION OF EETT PART II IS REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE COMPETITIVE COMPONENT OF THE PROGRAM] PROPOSAL TYPE HIGH-NEED LEA [A chart providing information on which LEAs are categorized as “high-need” (for the purposes of the EETT grant program) will be posted on the Bureau of Educational Technology website: http://www.doe.firn.edu/edtech] ELIGIBLE LOCAL PARTNERSHIP [The LEA/school district that files an EETT application with the Department of Education under this category must serve as the fiscal agent (if a project is funded).] DEFINITIONS A “high-need” local education agency is an LEA that: (1) Is among those LEAs in the State with the highest numbers or percentages of children from families with incomes below the poverty line; and (2) Serves one or more schools identified for improvement or corrective action under Section 1116 of the ESEA, or, has a substantial need for assistance in acquiring and using technology. A “eligible local partnership” is a partnership that includes at least one high-need LEA and at least one of the following: (1) An LEA that can demonstrate that teachers in its schools are effectively integrating technology and proven teaching practices into instruction, based on a review of relevant research, and that the integration results in improvement in classroom instruction and in helping students meet challenging academic standards. (2) An institution of higher education that is in full compliance with the reporting requirements of section 207(f) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, and that has not been identified as low-performing under that act. (3) A for-profit business or organization that develops, designs, manufactures, or produces technology products or services or has substantial expertise in the application of technology in instruction. (4) A public or private nonprofit organization with demonstrated expertise in the application of educational technology in instruction. The partnership may also include other LEAs, educational service agencies, libraries, or other educational entities appropriate to provide local programs. DOE 900 16 Revised 6/1/01
  • 17. PROJECT SITE(S) IDENTIFICATION CHART AND PROPOSAL TYPE DESIGNATION [one page response limit] Identify project sites [school(s), school district(s), consortium facility(s), technical resource center(s), training center(s), private school(s), community center(s), etc.]. When practical, indicate the percent of students eligible to receive free or reduced lunch and indicate the grade level(s) or special student population(s) to be targeted (i.e., K-5, 6-8, 7, 9-12, k-12, adult, alternative, ESE, etc.). For each school listed, include the official six digit district/school number used when reporting data to the Florida Department of Education. Provide an estimate for the amount of project funds to be allocated to each site identified. School/ Project Site Six Digit Current Percent of Total Apx. Number Target Estimated FDOE School Students Student of Students Grade Amount of Official Performan Eligible to Enrollment Targeted to Level(s) or Project District/ ce Grade Receive Participate in Special Funds to School (A-F) Free or Project Population be ID # Reduced Allocated Price to Each Lunches Project Site School District(s) Non-public School(s) Higher Ed Institution(s) Business Partner(s) Educational Consortia or other Public or Private Nonprofit Organization(s) TOTAL DOE 900 17 Revised 6/1/01
  • 18. DESCRIBE THE EXPECTED CONTRIBUTIONS, COMMITMENTS, AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE APPLICANT AND ANY IDENTIFIED PROJECT PARTNERS [one page response limit] MAX 10 POINTS Describe in detail all major expectations, key roles, special contributions, and critical responsibilities associated with each primary project participant/partner. Clearly identify how project partners will be apprised of important project activities and involved in the implementation of the proposal should it be funded. DOE 900 18 Revised 6/1/01
  • 19. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND ACTION PLAN [four page response limit] MAX 30 POINTS Identify project focus areas for the proposed project. Select focus areas from those that were checked under the various “Strands” documented in EETT PART I. Not more than five (5) focus areas may be selected for a single competitive proposal. At least one area must be selected from each of the two required strands. Describe the vision and establish major goals for the project. Establish specific student achievement expectations aligned to specific Sunshine State Standards. Document reasons why the particular project site(s) were chosen. Describe particular areas of critical need that will be addressed at each project site. Briefly describe the research-based methods, models, or strategies which have impacted the design of the proposed project. Include a concise action plan (in chart format) that identifies important project milestones/activities and provides projected start and completion dates for major activities. DOE 900 19 Revised 6/1/01
  • 20. CITE AND BRIEFLY DESCRIBE SPECIFIC RESEARCH-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS, MODELS, OR PROJECTS USED TO SUPPORT AND VALIDATE THE PROPOSED PROJECT [one page response limit] MAX 10 POINTS DOE 900 20 Revised 6/1/01
  • 21. RESOURCE ACQUISITION TIMETABLE AND BUDGET DESCRIPTION [one page response limit] MAX 20 POINTS COST AREA PROJECTED [If additional descriptive information is needed for a particular category, ACQUISITION OR PROJECTED type in narrative text following the colon. Do not change the category CONTRACT ALLOCATION name. If a different category is needed, use “Other:”] ESTABLISHMENT DATE(S) TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES COST SUMMARY Instructional Learning Systems Software and Content Delivery System(s): Digital Content Subscription(s): Video Conferencing Equipment & Software: Projectors, Smartboards, and Other Presentation Support Equipment: Educational Programming and Licensing: Technology Infrastructure Improvements: Service and Maintenance Contracts/Agreement(s): Assistive Adaptive Devices and Systems: Computers (desktop and/or portable): Printers, Storage Devices, and Digital Cameras: Handheld/PDA/Small Form Factor Devices: Other: TECH RESOURCE SUBTOTAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COST SUMMARY [Document all professional development related expenditures below. Total must equal at least 25 percent of the total funding request unless the applicant seeks a formal waiver of this EETT funds use directive]. Technological Proficiency and Literacy Measurement System: Technology Integration or Training Specialists [local district staff]: Special Consultants or Facilitators: Online Training Services: Stipends, Special Incentives, Release Time for Teachers, Substitutes: Technology-Enhanced Lesson Plan Development Assistance: Workshop/Seminar Registration(s) [research, measurement, methods]: Materials and Supplies [PD]: Other: PD SUBTOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE COST SUMMARY [Total must not exceed 5 percent of requested funds.] Travel to DOE Sponsored Project Coordinators Meeting(s): Project Coordination and Reports Prep [not training or integration]: Project Evaluation: Secretarial and/or Records Management Support: Indirect Cost Estimate [must be calculated using approved rate for LEA]: Materials and Supplies [ADMIN]: Other: ADMIN SUBTOTAL PROJECT TOTAL DOE 900 21 Revised 6/1/01
  • 22. OBJECTIVES AND BENCHMARKS CHART(S) [Complete a chart for each major EETT project focus area identified. A single competitive proposal may target no more than 5 major focus areas.] [five page response limit] MAX 20 POINTS For each major focus area identified in the project description section, document clear and measurable objectives with associated benchmarks and/or tracking indicators when practical. Include projected dates (or date ranges) associated with achievement of the identified objectives. Identify a maximum of four (4) specific objectives for tracking. This information should be documented in matrix format (example chart provided below). GOAL/FOCUS AREA: Objective 1: Objective 2: Objective 3: Objective 4: Develop a Highly- Identify Key Conduct Needs Identify Mentors Acquire Focused Technology Component Assessment and and/or Staff Innovative Staff Integration and Staff Development and Analyze Results Development Development Development Coordination Staff Facilitators and Training Component of the LEAs and Establish a Resources Long-range Educational Projected Technology Plan Development Schedule Projected Initiation Date 9/20/02 3/1/03 6/1/03 5/1/03 Phase 1: First Implementation Step(s) Component Online Survey TBA TBA and/or Developmental Development Staff Developed by Benchmark(s) [include Identified by 4/1/03 projected completion 10/1/02 date(s) if practical] Phase 3: Advanced Stage Benchmark(s) Component Draft Raw Data Collection [include projected Complete by and Aggregation TBA TBA completion date(s) if 11/1/02 Complete practical] 6/1/03 Phase X: Achieve Objective [include Ed Tech Plan Findings/Summary TBA TBA projected completion Updated Report Available date if practical] 11/19/02 7/15/03 DOE 900 22 Revised 6/1/01
  • 23. PROJECT EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT PLAN [one page response limit] MAX 10 POINTS DOE 900 23 Revised 6/1/01
  • 24. III. STATE REQUIREMENTS Major program requirements for the NCLB:EETT program have been identified under the FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS AND PROGRAM GUIDANCE section. The SEA (Florida Department of Education) has designed the NCLB:EETT RFA/RFP to address specific program purposes and requirements, and submission of complete and accurate application materials by an eligible LEA will be the necessary STATE REQUIREMENT to receive EETT funds. IV. FISCAL REQUIREMENTS AND FUNDING GUIDELINES  Eligible LEA’s are limited to three (3) competitive grant proposals that may be submitted on behalf of their own local schools. LEA’s may also develop and submit a proposal on behalf of special facilities such as the Eckerd Youth Development Center or the Dozier School for Boys (without impacting their “regular school facility” proposal limit of three). For a proposal to be counted as a “special facility proposal” it must clearly identify the special facility being targeted and include appropriate project site contact information on the DOE 100A application cover sheet. In all cases an LEA must serve as the fiscal agent for a project. Competitive project awards to a single LEA will total no more than $600,000 (not including special facilities).  An individual competitive proposal must be in the range of: $150,000 to $300,000  2002 Florida NCLB:EETT grant dollars available for distribution to eligible LEA’s = $26,897,132.45 Available funds and will be allocated as follows: ½ Entitlement (formula funding): $13,448,566.23 ½ Competitive projects: $13,448,566.22  Matching funds are not required in conjunction with an EETT project application, but competitive proposals will be critiqued for evidence of significant partnership development efforts. Projects requiring substantial supplemental (non-EETT) funding to fully implement, must clearly delineate the costs which are to be borne by the applicant, business partners, foundations, or other entities. Letters of commitment from major project contributors should be included with the proposal for any support identified as critical to the success of the proposed project.  Project budgets will undergo formal review at the end of each fiscal year (as projects are expected to span more than one fiscal year). Fiscal reporting will require a roll forward funds projection. There is no guarantee of continuation funding. It is expected that the Enhancing Education Through Technology Grant Program will continue as long as federal “No Child Left Behind” appropriations continue.  The use of grant funds for administrative purposes (including indirect costs) may total no more than five percent (5%) of the grant award. Inclusion of indirect costs in the proposed budget is optional, but only school districts that have established an approved rate may request funds to recover indirect costs. Guidance concerning indirect cost proposals and associated rates (applicable to federal program administration) may be found in the DOE GREEN BOOK (Project Application and Amendment Procedures for Federal and State Programs).  When preparing the proposed budget for a project, allocate travel expenses for a project coordinator or technical staff to attend one State sponsored EETT implementation guidance meeting (likely to be held in Tallahassee) and one regional meeting (likely to be held in Orlando in conjunction with FETC).  A minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) of EETT project funds must be targeted to support professional development activities unless a specific request for waiver of this requirement is submitted and approved. Project expenses must be closely associated with efforts to achieve the three major goals of the program. Project funds may not be used to cover costs in the following two areas: (1) Office facilities such as space and rent, DOE 900 24 Revised 6/1/01
  • 25. (2) Utilities such as electricity and gas. V. APPLICATION REVIEW CRITERIA COMPETITIVE PROPOSAL EVALUATION PROCESS A peer review process will be used to critique and evaluate competitive EETT proposals submitted for review. Proposal evaluations will be conducted by professional educators who have considerable experience in educational technology program development, management, project implementation and/or evaluation. Evaluators will be chosen to represent all geographical regions of the State, special need student populations, and the unique needs of small and rural districts. Proposal reviews will be conducted in accordance with the criteria and priorities identified below. Bureau of Educational Technology staff will conduct a compliance review of each application to determine that minimum NCLB:EETT program requirements have been addressed. The maximum score for a competitive proposal is 200 points, the minimum score necessary to be recommended for funding will be 140 points (70% of max proposal score). In awarding competitive subgrants under the EETT initiative, the Florida Department of Education must ensure that each subgrant is of sufficient size and duration, and that the program funded by the subgrant is of sufficient scope and quality to carry out the purposes of the EETT program effectively (Title II- Part D, Subpart 1, Sec. 2412 USE OF ALLOTMENT BY STATE). PROPOSAL EVALUATION CRITERIA AND REIVEW PRIORITIES FDOE/BET EVALUATION CRITERIA (Max 30 points) 1. The proposed project targets one or more schools identified as "low-performing" in the State. [0-10 pts.] 2. The proposed project targets an eligible school district that may receive a modest award under the formula portion of the program. [0-20 pts.] PEER EVALUATION QUALITATIVE CRITERIA (Max 70 points) 3. The proposed project specifies meaningful project goals and objectives, incorporates appropriate standards, and aligns project activities in ways that will address critical documented needs. [0-10 pts.] 4. The proposed project provides clear evidence that high technology need conditions exist (at proposed project sites). [0-10 pts.] 5. The proposed project identifies relevant and measurable performance indicators and includes tracking strategies that will promote standards achievement and technology literacy assessment. [0-15 pts.] 6. The proposed project addresses multiple NCLB:EETT program purposes and provides clear links to appropriate supporting research. [0-10 pts.] 7. The proposed project identifies and promotes the incorporation of best instructional practices, effectively incorporates modern technology-based learning tools, and provides for improved access to quality educational content and/or educational programming. [0-5 pts.] 8. The proposed project clearly supports and aligns to long-term local school district, State, and Federal technology plan strategic goals and promotes standards achievement. [0-10 pts.] 9. The proposed project incorporates a comprehensive research-based project evaluation model. [0-5 pts.] 10. The proposed project documents (in a detailed manner) how resources acquired or activities initiated with formula funds will be used to support the overall project design. [0-5 pts.] Points will also be awarded for completion of various PART II proposal components (summarized in the table below). To earn the maximum points for a component, response material must provide all details requested and must address the topic or requirements in a complete and comprehensive manner. (Max 100 points) Limit Max EETT PART II RFP COMPONENT (#pages) Points PROJECT SITE(S) IDENTIFICATION CHART 1 ZERO DESCRIBE THE EXPECTED CONTRIBUTIONS, COMMITMENTS, AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF 1 10 THE APPLICANT AND ANY IDENTIFIED PROJECT PARTNERS PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND ACTION PLAN 4 30 CITE SPECIFIC RESEARCH-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS OR MODELS USED TO 1 10 SUPPORT AND VALIDATE THE PROPOSED PROJECT RESOURCE ACQUISITION TIMETABLE AND BUDGET DESCRIPTION 1 20 DOE 900 25 Revised 6/1/01
  • 26. OBJECTIVES AND BENCHMARKS CHART(S) 5 20 PROJECT EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT PLAN 1 10 VI. APPLICATION PROCEDURES What to Submit Eligible LEA’s may submit an application for EETT formula funds by completing and forwarding the following materials:  Project Application cover sheet (DOE100A) [authorizing signature in blue ink]  EETT Part I  Budget Description form (DOE103) Eligible LEA’s seeking to participate in the competitive portion of the EETT program must provide the following additional material:  Project Application cover sheet (DOE100A) [authorizing signature in blue ink]  EETT Part II  Budget Description form (DOE103) For a formula application, submit one original (use binder clip) and one stapled copy. For competitive proposals submit one original (use binder clip) and seven (7) stapled copies. Up to three (3) competitive proposals may be submitted by including up to 3 complete and separately identified EETT Part II sections. Each EETT application (formula or competitive) must include a separate DOE100A cover sheet and a separate DOE103 budget form. Check box on DOE100A indicating which EETT RFP PART is being submitted (EETT PART I or EETT PART II). Submission of a competitive proposal requires completion of EETT PART I. Application sections must follow the same sequence as indicated in the RFA/RFP. Conditions for Acceptance/Rejection To be accepted for review and funding consideration, NCLB:EETT applications submitted to the Department of Education must include a completed form DOE100A with the original signature of the appropriate agency head. Competitive applications must be received no later than the close of business on November 19, 2002 (5:00 PM EST). An application for formula funding will be accepted after that date, but applicants are strongly encouraged to file all 2002-03 NCLB:EETT applications by November 19, 2002. The Florida Department of Education may reject an application that does not conform to the requirements as prescribed in this RFA/RFP. An EETT application may be rejected for reasons that include (but are not limited to) the following: the application is received late; the DOE100A application cover sheet does not have an original signature of the appropriate agency head; the applicant fails to complete the EETT PROGRAM ASSURANCES table; or the application is missing critical components such as the PROJECT SITE(S) IDENTIFICATION CHART. Where to Submit Application/Proposal Materials Bureau of Grants Management Florida Department of Education 325 West Gaines Street, Room 332 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400 Application Due Date November 19, 2002 Attachments DOE 900 26 Revised 6/1/01
  • 27. A: Professional Development Waiver Request B: NCLB:EETT 2002 Formula Allocations Schedule ATTACHMENT A 2002 ENHANCING EDUCATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY GRANT PROGRAM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUNDS ALLOCATION WAIVER REQUEST [Reference NCLB:EETT Title II, Part D, Subpart 1, SEC. 2416 Local Activities] LEA/DISTRICT NAME: ______________________________ _________________________________________________ Signature of LEA Superintendent or Agency Head DATE: _________________ PROGRAM GUIDANCE (extracted from Sec. 2416): (a) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (1) IN GENERAL – The recipient of funds made available under section 2412 (a)(2) shall use not less than 25 percent of such funds to provide ongoing, sustained, and intensive , high-quality professional development in the integration of advanced technologies, including emerging technologies, into curricula and instruction and in using those technologies to create new learning environments, such as professional development in the use of technology – (A) to access data and resources to develop curricula and instructional materials; (B) to enable teachers – (i) to use the Internet and other technology to communicate with parents, other teachers, principals, and administrators; and (ii) to retrieve Internet-based learning resources; and (C) to lead to improvements in classroom instruction in the core academic subjects, that effectively prepare students to meet challenging State academic content standards, including increasing student technology literacy, and student academic achievement standards. WAIVERS – Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a recipient of funds made available under 2412 (a)(2) that demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the State educational agency involved that the recipient already provides ongoing, sustained and intensive, high-quality professional development that is based on a review of relevant research, to all teachers in core academic subjects in the integration of advanced technologies, including emerging technologies, into curricula and instruction. To obtain a waiver of the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUNDS USE DIRECTIVE, the applicants long-range technology plan must address professional development in a comprehensive manner. An NCLB:EETT applicant may supplement information provided in the LEA’s technology plan with narrative material describing (in detail) staff development programs, activities, and opportunities currently available to teachers and staff within the district. Documentation must provide evidence that the LEA monitors technology proficiency and literacy levels on a regular basis, and has developed clear standards and developmental levels. Submission of a waiver request with regard to this key EETT program funds use expectation may delay approval of an EETT application and should be submitted only under very special circumstances. Approval of an EETT Professional Development Funds Allocation Waiver does not release the district from meeting future federal reporting obligations related to projects funded with federal Enhancing Education Through Technology funds. All waiver DOE 900 27 Revised 6/1/01
  • 28. requests must include a signed cover sheet and should be submitted with EETT PART I application materials. ATTACHMENT B NCLB:EETT 2002 Formula Allocations Schedule Agency Name Allocation Amount Method of Pay ALACHUA $188,396.84 C BAKER $24,891.81 C BAY $157,803.20 C BRADFORD $31,518.25 C BREVARD $322,576.34 C BROWARD $1,063,561.63 C Method of Payment CALHOUN $17,711.57 C CHARLOTTE $70,163.71 C Key: CITRUS $94,870.36 C C Cash Advance CLAY $67,302.88 C Q Quarterly Payment COLLIER $146,255.18 C P Performance Based COLUMBIA $76,291.14 C R Reimbursement MIAMI-DADE $2,791,100.73 C D Other DE SOTO $37,978.24 C DIXIE $20,504.15 C DUVAL $699,705.48 C ESCAMBIA $335,368.89 C FLAGLER $29,829.38 C FRANKLIN $12,448.11 C GADSDEN $85,125.53 C GILCHRIST $17,439.26 C GLADES $9,654.09 C GULF $15,846.72 C HAMILTON $22,653.36 C HARDEE $40,293.63 C HENDRY $52,191.80 C HERNANDO $102,151.05 C HIGHLANDS $70,248.62 C HILLSBOROUGH $935,287.49 C DOE 900 28 Revised 6/1/01
  • 29. ATTACHMENT B NCLB:EETT 2002 Formula Allocations Schedule Agency Name Allocation Amount Method of Pay HOLMES $29,855.34 C INDIAN RIVER $65,564.61 C JACKSON $54,573.59 C JEFFERSON $20,069.44 C LAFAYETTE $8,182.88 C LAKE $165,881.48 C Method of Payment LEE $282,293.79 C LEON $152,901.71 C Key: LEVY $42,106.03 C C Cash Advance LIBERTY $8,212.35 C Q Quarterly Payment MADISON $27,889.32 C P Performance Based MANATEE $181,715.42 C R Reimbursement MARION $255,828.33 C D Other MARTIN $63,698.02 C MONROE $48,425.80 C NASSAU $31,925.04 C OKALOOSA $102,542.50 C OKEECHOBEE $46,577.43 C ORANGE $706,734.92 C OSCEOLA $137,755.06 C PALM BEACH $704,079.10 C PASCO $257,547.65 C PINELLAS $591,584.61 C POLK $509,389.14 C PUTNAM $108,796.25 C ST. JOHNS $67,376.70 C ST. LUCIE $180,043.20 C DOE 900 29 Revised 6/1/01
  • 30. ATTACHMENT B NCLB:EETT 2002 Formula Allocations Schedule Agency Name Allocation Amount Method of Pay SANTA ROSA $100,373.28 C SARASOTA $115,461.68 C SEMINOLE $234,736.31 C SUMTER $56,434.79 C SUWANNEE $42,551.23 C TAYLOR $28,692.83 C Method of Payment UNION $13,419.69 C VOLUSIA $350,996.69 C Key: WAKULLA $19,040.22 C C Cash Advance WALTON $48,205.53 C Q Quarterly Payment WASHINGTON $29,789.63 C P Performance Based F.S.D.B. $5,063.67 C R Reimbursement P.K. YONGE D.R.S. $4,563.58 C D Other A. D. HENDERSON D.R.S. $769.98 C FSU D.R.S. $5,201.98 C FAMU D.R.S. $2,545.98 C TOTAL $13,448,566.22 DOE 900 30 Revised 6/1/01