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Unformatted text preview: Supplemental Educational Services Non-Regulatory Guidance January 14, 2009 SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Title I, Section 1116(e) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION A. GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................................................................1 A-1. What are supplemental educational services? A-2. What is the purpose of SES? A-3. What other educational options are available to students and parents under NCLB? A-4. When must an LEA make SES available? A-5. Who is eligible to receive SES? II. STATE EDUCATIONAL AGENCY (SEA) RESPONSIBILITIES B. OVERVIEW OF SEA RESPONSIBILITIES ........................................................3 B-1. What is the responsibility of an SEA in ensuring that SES are made available to all eligible students? B-2. How can an SEA help ensure that parents have a genuine opportunity to obtain SES for their child? B-3. May an SEA require that SES providers adhere to specific program design parameters? B-4. May an SEA develop a policy with regard to SES providers’ use of incentives? B-5. What business practices of providers should an SEA guard against? B-6. May an SEA define hourly rates for providers? B-7. How may an SEA set some program design parameters without inadvertently limiting parental choice? B-8. What information must an SEA display on its Web site regarding the amount of funds available for SES in each LEA in the State? B-9. What responsibilities does an SEA have if an LEA cannot post SES data because it does not have a Web site? B-10. Are SEAs subject to any reporting requirements regarding SES? C. PROVIDER ELIGIBILITY AND APPROVAL ....................................................8 C-1. How does an SEA approve SES providers? C-2. How may an SEA meet the requirement to maintain and update its list of approved providers? C-3. Who may apply to be an SES provider? C-4. May an individual or group of individuals be an SES provider? ii C-5. Are faith-based organizations, including entities such as religious private schools, eligible to be SES providers? C-6. May entities that use technology to deliver educational services be SES providers? C-7. May an LEA identified as in need of improvement or corrective action be an SES provider? C-8. May an entity that is affiliated with an LEA that has been identified for improvement or corrective action apply to become an SES provider? C-9. If an LEA that is a State-approved provider is identified as in need of improvement or corrective action after the beginning of the school year, may it continue providing SES through the end of the school year? C-10. May a public school identified as in need of improvement, corrective action, or restructuring be an SES provider?...
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