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Title I, Part A Neglected and Part D Delinquent

Consolidated Application Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Title I, Part A Neglected and Part D Delinquent legal assurances for fiscal year 2013-14.
ESEA, Title I, Part A, Neglected, and Part D, Delinquent Students Program
  1. Each student who has been identified for funding purposes is served by a local educational agency (LEA), from 5 to 17 years of age, and, in a local neglected or delinquent institution program for a minimum of 20 hours per week. (20 United States Code (USC) §6432(a)(1)(A)(ii); Public Law (PL) 107-110, §1412(a)(1)(A)(ii))
  2. The needs of students are assessed upon enrollment and periodically thereafter, to identify students at risk of failing to meet State standards. Assessment results for students are on file at each participating site and/or custodial agency. (20 USC §6312(b)(1), §6436, §6431; PL 107-110, §1112(b)(1), §1416, §1431)
  3. A procedure for evaluating the effectiveness of the program has been established, and is addressed in the LEA Plan. (20 USC §6456; PL 107-110, §1426)
  4. The LEA will provide for the allocation of time and resources for maximum coordination of Title I services with the regular instructional program and other State and federal agencies as well as special education. (20 USC §1423(B)(3)-(13); PL 107-110, §1423(B)(3)-(13))

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