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Subpart 2 Forms & Applications

Title I-D, Subpart 2 Application and Monitoring Guidance

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The Title I-D Subpart 2 application, including the formal agreement, narratives, and budget, is completed through the school district electronic Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) application in WISEgrants.

See the NDTAC Formal Agreement Checklist for assistance with the formal agreement.

2020-21 Title I-D, Subpart 2 Monitoring Guidance

For assistance with the program evaluation, see the Program Evaluation Tool

Program Evaluation Summary

The Title I-D Subpart 2 Program Evaluation Summary is completed through the school district electronic Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) application in WISEgrants. This report provides federally required data for the Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) that is submitted to U.S. Department of Education on students served.

To complete the Program Evaluation Summary, login to WISEgrants, be sure to switch to the corresponding school year, then go to the End of Year Report screen.

Standards Implementation Tool

The Standards Implementation Tool will help DPI meet the requirement to ensure Title I-D, Subpart 2 funds go to high quality educational programs while also providing a tool that instructors can utilize.

Standards Implementation Tool
If you wish to use this tool in Google, please contact us. 

2020-21 TI-D Standards Implementation Tool Frequently Asked Questions

2020-21 TI-D Standards Implementation Tool with Examples

Annual Count

Annually, locally operated residential institutions for identified neglected and delinquent children and youth are asked to provide a child count that will generate federal Title I-D funds. The completed form must be submitted to the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) by December 15, 2020. The child counts, when reported to the U.S. Department of Education (USDE), will be used to determine available 2021-2022 Title I-D program funds. These federal funds are made available to serve neglected and delinquent children and youth located within the boundaries of public school districts. Completing this form generates funding for the state, but a district is not required to accept funding for Title I-D and it does not necessarily ensure a district will receive Title I-D funds. DPI will notify district representatives that have completed the annual count when funds are available for 2021-2022 Title I-D supplementary education programs.

2020-21 Annual Count Packet

Timeline for Title I-D, Subpart 2 Submissions

Application (including the formal agreement, narratives, and budget)

September 30

Program Evaluation Summary

September 30

Standards Implementation Tool

First Submission: December 18, 2020
Second Submission: June 4, 2021

Annual Count

December 15, 2020            

 

 

For questions about this information, contact Kristine Nadolski (608) 267-7338