A Guide for LEA Title I Coordinators (Draft)
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DescriptionAn early draft of a policy manual for Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) intended as a "how to do it guide" for local Title I ESEA administrators to help them plan and implement effective programs that comply with the provisions of the law. The manual consists of an introduction and nine chapters. It was written by many contributors under a contract with the Department of Education. Charles Blaschke was the project's director.
SubjectTitle I ESEA Policy Manual
Chapter1: Designating Eligible Attendance Areas
Chapter 2: Selecting Program Participants
Chapter 3: Program Design
Chapter 4: Parent Advisory Councils
Chapter 5: Funds Allocation
Chapter 6: LEA Administrative Functions
Chapter 7: SEA And Federal Administration
Chapter 8: Participation Of Children Enrolled In Public Schools
Chapter 9: Locally Administered Programs For Neglected And Delinquent Children
Education Turnkey Systems, Inc.; Abt Associates, Inc.; Roger Tilles, Attorney-At-Law; Blaschke, Charles (2018). A Guide for LEA Title I Coordinators (Draft). Available electronically from
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