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Inst: Title III Imm Nonprofit Students Served

Consolidated Application, Spring Release program instructions for the 2017–18 Title III Immigrant Nonprofit Private School Students Served.
Data Collection Purpose

To capture the documented number of nonprofit private school immigrant students who received Title III services in 2017–18. Indicate the documented number of nonprofit private school immigrant students receiving Title III services July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2018, in the Immigrant Students Served column.

If no nonprofit private school students were served in 2017–18, please indicate "0" for that nonprofit private school. The local educational agency (LEA) will be reimbursed for the number of nonprofit private school students served in 2017–18 using 2017–18 apportionment funds, as reported on this data collection.

Title III Immigrant Nonprofit Private School Reimbursement is dependent on the same fiscal year’s Other Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Nonprofit Private School Participation data collection.

The system will display all nonprofit private schools in the LEA’s attendance area.
Guidance

LEAs that receive a Title III immigrant student program subgrant are required to serve Immigrant students enrolled in nonprofit private schools whenever the administration of a particular nonprofit private school requests to participate in the program.

The LEA must, after timely and meaningful consultation with appropriate nonprofit private school officials, provide equitable services that address the needs of nonprofit private school students and staff under this program. Refer to the 2018–19 Consolidated Application Program Guidance section on the California Department of Education (CDE) Consolidated Application web page for more information regarding participation and reporting of students in nonprofit private schools.

To ensure timely and meaningful consultation, the LEA must consult with appropriate nonprofit private school officials during the design and development of these programs.

To ensure that equitable services were delivered to eligible students under Title III, the LEA must report the number of nonprofit private school students receiving services in 2017–18.
CDE Program Staff Contact

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 data displayed originates from the school’s annual Private School Affidavit.

Flagged for immigrant participation: Pre-populated data from the Other ESEA Nonprofit Private School Participation form.

Procedures – Students Served
Step Action Program Instructions
1
Enter the number of Immigrant Students Served.

If the Flagged for Immigrant Participation flag is “Y”, this field is required.

Enter the documented number of nonprofit private school immigrant students receiving Title III services from July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2018.

2
If applicable, provide a Participation Explanation.

If the Flagged for Immigrant Participation flag is “N” and students served is greater than zero, provide an explanation as to why a student count was entered for a non-participating school.

Maximum 500 characters.

Download schools file: (Optional) Use this button to download the schools data 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
Immigrant Students Served School: [School Name] immigrant students served cannot be greater than the school enrollment. Students served cannot be greater than enrollment, adjust the number entered appropriately.
Participation Explanation School: [School Name] was not flagged for participation in Other ESEA Nonprofit Private School Participation; provide an explanation for new participation. Immigrant students served is greater than zero and flagged for immigrant participation equals “N”. An explanation is required.
Immigrant Students Served School: [School Name] was flagged for participation in Other ESEA Nonprofit Private School Participation; an immigrant students served count is required. Enter a value equal to or greater than zero.
Not Field Name Specific Other ESEA Nonprofit Private School Participation must be certified before this submission. Other ESEA Nonprofit Private School Participation has a status of draft, it must be certified before, or at the same time, as this form.

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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, August 07, 2019
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