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The Title IV, Part A team provides the following links to acquaint LEA coordinators with changes to the Equitable Services program in FY21.
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.
Establishing an evidence-based intervention often applies to strategies and intervention.
However, some expenditures (e.g., program administration, personnel benefits) do not require an evidence level.
If you did not get a chance to attend the live webinar for the carryover process, please find attached the PowerPoint presentation and link to the recording below. You will also be able to locate these resources on the forum if needed. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
Carryover Process Video Link
Carryover PPT Link
Please click the link to view the video associated with the carryover worksheet.
Title IV, Part A CARRYOVER BREAKOUT Worksheet 10.20.19.xlsx
Need to review the resources from the webinar on October 9, 2019 regarding the Program Monitoring Effectiveness Effectiveness Summary?
Program Monitoring Effectiveness Webinar PPT/Video
Are you having trouble with the Online CLIP Revisions? Click the link below to view the technical assistance video so that you can move forward to getting your Title IV-A portion approved!
IV-A Video for Online CLIP Revisions
Did you happen to miss the Data Collections Conference in Athens, Georgia? Well, that's not a problem! Click the link below for the Power Point and video recap of the presentation for the new Program Monitoring Effectiveness Summary Title IV-A will be providing as a resource for you.
Video: Help Me! I've Used Title IV-A money and can't remember what data I need.
Everyone is doing such as fantastic job of ensuring the approval of your district CLIP. Now we are on to the next steps of budgeting. Click the resource below for helpful tips for writing a IV-A budget.
Helpful Tips for IV-A Budgeting.docx
Missed the 2019 Federal Programs Conference? or just need a little refresher on how to efficiently write your Title IV-A budget? Click the hyperlink below to view the video from the conference to answer your questions about CLIP goals, field trips, summary budget worksheets and all things IV-A budgeting! Please let us know if you have any questions!
Painless Budgeting Video
Title IV, Part A FY20 Tech Asst 05 07 19.pdf