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Title III, Year Four Accountability Requirement

A local educational agency (LEA), county office of education (COE), direct-funded charter school, or consortia that fails to meet one or more of the three Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs) for four consecutive years is identified as Title III, Year Three and subject to Title III accountability requirement listed below. Status determined through data available in the 2012 Adequate Yearly Progress and the 2011–12 Title III Accountability Reports.

2012-13 Title III Accountability Requirement
  1. Notify parents of English learners that the LEA, COE, direct-funded charter school, or consortia did not meet all Title III AMAOs, in writing. Notification should be provided within 30 calendar days of the public release of the Title III Accountability Reports. LEA in a consortium, the Lead is responsible for ensuring that parents of English learners within each consortium member are notified if AMAOs are not met.
  1. Modify curriculum, program, and method of instruction that will ensure that the AMAOs are met. This requirement can be addressed via the Title III Year 4 Improvement Plan (IP) on the California Accountability and Improvement System (CAIS).
  1. Technical Assistance and Support
  1. IP templates and other required documents are available on the CDE Title III Accountability Requirements 2012 Web page.

  2. Entering the Title III Year 4 IP and documentation into the CAIS External link opens in new window or tab.
  1. LEA responsibilities after receipt of the IP status notification from the CDE
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