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Instructions: Other ESEA Nonprofit Participation

Consolidated Application, Spring Release program instructions for the 2018–19 Other Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Nonprofit Private School Participation.
Data Collection Purpose

The local educational agency (LEA) must offer to provide equitable services that address the needs of nonprofit private school students, teachers, and other educational personnel under the programs listed. This completed data entry form, along with the LEA’s records of contact and consultation, will serve to document that the nonprofit private schools were contacted and made decisions regarding whether to participate in Title II, Part A (Teacher Quality), Title III Immigrant, and/or Title III Limited English Proficient (English Learner).

Note: This data collection will not display if the LEA did not apply for Title II or Title III funding, is a county office of education or direct funded charter, or did not complete the Nonprofit Private School Consultation form.

Guidance

The Title IX, Part E Uniform Provisions federal guidance on the U.S. Department of Education Policy Overview External link opens in new window or tab. (DOC) outlines mandated consultation between LEAs and eligible private schools. The LEA records should include dates of contact, persons contacted, and the results of such contacts with each nonprofit private school or Nonpublic, Nonsectarian School. These records should document both the participating nonprofit private schools and those choosing not to participate in Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) services.

Non-unified school districts (i.e., elementary and high school districts) may opt to share responsibility for providing equitable Title II, Part A services for an eligible private school whose grade span includes both elementary and high school students. Districts may wish to refer to the Private School Affidavit on file with the California Department of Education (CDE), using the Private Schools Affidavit Search Web page to determine the number of students enrolled by grade span.

It is expected that districts engaged in private school consultation verify nonprofit status and the accuracy of student enrollment data if it is being used for the purpose of providing equitable services.

CDE Program Staff Contact
Title II, Part A, Fiscal

Maxine Wheeler
Associate Governmental Program Analyst
Standards Implementation Support Office
mwheeler@cde.ca.gov
916-323-4746

Private School Data and Affidavit Search Tool

Anie Wilson
Associate Governmental Program Analyst
Teacher and Leader Policy Office
awilson@cde.ca.gov
916-445-5669

ESEA Private School Consultation for Title III English Learner and Immigrant

Geeta Rezvani
Education Programs Consultant
Standards Implementation Support Office
grezvani@cde.ca.gov
916-323-5595

ESEA Private School Consultation for Title III English Learner and Immigrant

Geoffrey Ndirangu
Education Programs Consultant
Language Policy and Leadership Office
gndirang@cde.ca.gov
916-323-5831

Displayed Data

School name and School code: These are displayed data from the Nonprofit Private School Consultation form. Only schools with a signed written affirmation on file are included in the school grid.

Enrollment: The numbers are reported under penalty of perjury by each private school on its annual Private School Affidavit. The information filed in the Private School Affidavit is not verified, and the CDE takes no position as to its accuracy.

Procedures – Participation
Step Action Program Instructions

1

Indicate Title II, Part A Participation.

Participation will not display if the school does not have a signed written affirmation on file.

Title II, Part A Participation will not display if the LEA did not apply for Title II funds in the Application for Funding.

2

Indicate Title III Immigrant Participation.

Participation will not display if the school does not have a signed written affirmation on file.

Title III Immigrant Participation will not display if the LEA did not apply for Title III Immigrant funds in the Application for Funding.
3 Indicate Title III English Learner Participation.

Participation will not display if the school does not have a signed written affirmation on file.

Title III English Learner Participation will not display if the LEA did not apply for Title III English Learner funds in the Application for Funding.
Displayed Data

School added: A flag identifying whether or not the non-attendance area school was added in the Nonprofit Private School Consultation form.

Download schools file: (Optional) Use this button to download the schools file into an LEA Excel (.xls) spreadsheet.

Upload schools file: (Optional) Use this button to upload an Excel (.xls) spreadsheet of schools’ data into the Consolidated Application and Reporting System.

Error Messages
Field Name Error Message Resolution

Title III English Learner Participation

LEA is not eligible or did not apply for Title III English Learner funding. One or more private schools are listed as participating in Title III English Learner. Update this submission.

Save the form as Draft.

Title II, Part A Participation

LEA did not apply for Title II, Part A funding. One or more private schools are listed as participating in Title II, Part A. Update this submission.

Save the form as Draft.

Title III Immigrant Participation

LEA is not eligible or did not apply for Title III Immigrant funding. One or more private schools are listed as participating in Title III Immigrant. Update this submission.

Save the form as Draft.

Not Field Name Specific

Title III English Learner Nonprofit Private School Reimbursement has been certified with data from this form. After certifying this data, Title III English Learner Nonprofit Private School Reimbursement must be saved and certified again.

After certifying this data, Title III English Learner Nonprofit Private School Reimbursement must be saved and certified again.

Not Field Name Specific

Title III Immigrant Nonprofit Private School Students Served has been certified with data from this form. After certifying this data, Title III Immigrant Nonprofit Private School Students Served must be saved and certified again.

After certifying this data, Title III, Immigrant Nonprofit Private School Students Served must be saved and certified again.

Not Field Name Specific School: [School Name] cannot participate, the school does not have a signed written affirmation on file. Open the form and re-save it.

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