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January 2012 webinar 1003 a pla

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    January 2012 webinar 1003 a pla January 2012 webinar 1003 a pla Presentation Transcript

    • Welcome Michigan Department of Education Webinar Funding For PLA Schools January 25, 20121/25/2012 1
    • Agenda Welcome Introductions Funding Targeted Assistance Q&A1/25/2012 2
    • Purpose Inform school districts about funding opportunities1/25/2012 3
    • Funding Every Title I Persistently Lowest Achieving (PLA) school that did not receive a SIG will have an opportunity to receive funding Approximately $57,0001/25/2012 4
    • Funding Source American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Title I Section 1003(a) Supplement not Supplant Applies1/25/2012 5
    • Timeline Schools have until February 2nd, 2012 to decide if they want to apply for this grant. Schools must e-mail Bill Witt at wittb1@michigan.gov You will be notified of the opening date for the application in the Michigan Electronic Grants System (MEGS). The grant application will be open for 60 days. Schools that do not submit their application by the deadline (TBD) will have the funds reallocated to other schools1/25/2012 6
    • Timeline All funds must be obligated by SEPTEMBER 30, 20121/25/2012 7
    • Monitoring of Funds MDE will monitor the drawing down of funds Funds will be subject to ARRA reporting (1512) Schools not making good progress on draw downs by June 1, 2012 may have their funds recaptured and allocated to other schools1/25/2012 8
    • Funds Must be Used to Support the School’s Redesign Plan Examples Only: Professional development Lab school Incentives for Teachers Positive Behavioral Support Programs Parent and community engagement Hire external providers Increased learning time Instructional programs Technology1/25/2012 9
    • Next Steps Decide what portions of the plan that you can begin immediately Complete Application in MEGS (ARRA Title I School Improvement (FY 10))1/25/2012 10
    • What questions do you have? We will send out: Power point Guidance for allocating funds MEGS “how to” power point FAQ1/25/2012 11
    • More Questions? Linda Forward, Director, Office of Education Improvement and Innovation ForwardL@michigan.gov Mark Coscarella, Assistant Director, Office of Education Improvement and Innovation CoscarellaM@michigan.gov Bill Witt, Consultant, Office of Education Improvement and Innovation WittB1@michigan.gov1/25/2012 12