New resource offers Dos and Don’ts for administering Title I programs

Dos and Don’ts When Administering ESEA/ESSA and Title I Programs covers topics that include compliance, allocations, use of funds for parent and family engagement, and more.
By: | December 6, 2021

LRP Media Group, a recognized leader in the special education publishing industry, has released Dos and Don’ts When Administering ESEA/ESSA and Title I Programs. This new resource presents information for state and district administrators about requirements in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act, in an easily accessible format that provides what to do and what not to do when administering a compliant program.

Dos and Don’ts When Administering ESEA/ESSA and Title I Programs presents complex information in an easy-to-digest format organized to quickly find dos and don’ts when serving migrant students, English learners, students with disabilities, private school students and eight more key areas. And the resource incorporates new guidance from the Education Department on serving students using the federal ESSER and GEER funds.

Dos and Don’ts When Administering ESEA/ESSA and Title I Programs provides quick, easy-to-understand information about topics administrators deal with every day,” said LRP Vice President for Education Julie J. Kline, Esq. “The citations to legal guidance and the law, along with the organization of the information, provide a handy resource to keep Title I programs compliant with federal law while serving at-risk students.”

The new resource includes information from the latest non-regulatory guidance from ED on topics including:

  • Equitable services and private schools.
  • Supplement, not supplant and maintenance of effort under Title I, Part A.
  • McKinney-Vento homeless education.
  • Uniform Grants Guidance and EDGAR requirements for tracking ESSER and GEER funds.
  • Services for English learners.
  • Fiscal requirements under Title I.
  • Using ESSER and GEER funds to serve at-risk students.

Dos and Don’ts When Administering ESEA/ESSA and Title I Programs is available for purchase from LRP Publications’ online store.


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