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Started: 7/23/2018 1:34 PM
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Dawna Hatche
When will GaDOE review the evidence-base of our interventions? (p117/Handbook)
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. Until the GaDOE builds these supports, which should be established and operational for FY20, LEAs should anticipate their required evidence-based interventions to be documented for review during FY19 in the following ways:

     • 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 evidence-base 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:
          o ESSA Definition of Evidence-Based
          o Program Specific Non-Regulatory Guidance
          o US ED Non-Regulatory Guidance: Strengthening Education Investments


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  • Dawna Hatche
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Dawna Hatche
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. Until the GaDOE builds these supports, which should be established and operational for FY20, LEAs should anticipate their required evidence-based interventions to be documented for review during FY19 in the following ways:

     • 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 evidence-base 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:
          o ESSA Definition of Evidence-Based
          o Program Specific Non-Regulatory Guidance
          o US ED Non-Regulatory Guidance: Strengthening Education Investments


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