Started: 8/6/2020 3:04 PM
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When will GaDOE review the evidence base of LEA interventions?

With support and input from its Federal Programs Workgroup, new tools and resources to document LEAs’ evidence-based interventions will continue to be developed by the GaDOE within the State Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) and the Consolidated Applications.

  • ​In the Consolidated Application, the general assurances that each LEA acknowledges will include a specific reference to the required use of evidence-based interventions.
  • LEAs must specify in the budget line item description whether the strategy/intervention is supported by a strong, moderate, or promising evidence base or demonstrates a rationale that is documented by a logic model on file with the LEA. This requirement applies to these budget function codes: 1000, 2100, 2210, 2213, 2400, 2900.
  • Documentation of the evidence base of interventions must be on file at the LEA and will be reviewed during the cross-functional monitoring process. The GaDOE has provided an optional set of templates that LEAs may use to collect and maintain their evidencebase documentation (see ‘Supporting Resources’ below).
  • In reviewing the evidence base of an intervention, the GaDOE Federal Programs will consistently look to the LEAs’ reference and support for the evidence base through the following sources:
    • ​ESSA Definition of Evidence-Based
    • Program Specific Non-Regulatory Guidance
    • ED Non-Regulatory Guidance: Strengthening Education Investments 


Picture Placeholder: Matthew Smith
  • Matthew Smith
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Matthew Smith
With support and input from its Federal Programs Workgroup, new tools and resources to document LEAs’ evidence-based interventions will continue to be developed by the GaDOE within the State Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) and the Consolidated Applications.

  • ​In the Consolidated Application, the general assurances that each LEA acknowledges will include a specific reference to the required use of evidence-based interventions.
  • LEAs must specify in the budget line item description whether the strategy/intervention is supported by a strong, moderate, or promising evidence base or demonstrates a rationale that is documented by a logic model on file with the LEA. This requirement applies to these budget function codes: 1000, 2100, 2210, 2213, 2400, 2900.
  • Documentation of the evidence base of interventions must be on file at the LEA and will be reviewed during the cross-functional monitoring process. The GaDOE has provided an optional set of templates that LEAs may use to collect and maintain their evidencebase documentation (see ‘Supporting Resources’ below).
  • In reviewing the evidence base of an intervention, the GaDOE Federal Programs will consistently look to the LEAs’ reference and support for the evidence base through the following sources:
    • ​ESSA Definition of Evidence-Based
    • Program Specific Non-Regulatory Guidance
    • ED Non-Regulatory Guidance: Strengthening Education Investments 


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