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Compliance and Data Reporting

Advancing Equity

Fundamentally, ESSA is about creating a set of interlocking strategies to promote educational app by providing support to districts and schools as they work to ensure that every student succeeds. New app app is committed to ensuring that all students succeed and thrive in school no matter who they are, where they live, where they go to school, or where they come from.

A list of helpful links related to ESSA compliance and data reporting are available below:

Annual Neglected and Delinquent Facility Resident Count Survey

The purpose of the Annual Neglected and Delinquent Facility Resident Count Survey is to provide the U.S. Department of Education and the New app app Education Department with current information on the location and number of children living in institutions for neglected or delinquent children or in correctional institutions. The information will be used to compute the following year's Title I, Part D Neglected or Delinquent allocations for school districts so that eligible children in the institutions can be provided Title I-funded educational services.

Compliance Monitoring

New app app Education Department staffmonitor for compliance and provide technical assistancerelated to the programmatic and fiscal requirements under many of the ESSA-funded programs.

Equitable Services for Nonpublic Schools

Equitable Services for Nonpublic schoolsunder Sections 1117(a)(4)(C) and 8501(a)(4)(C) of the Every Student Succeeds Act requires that each app educational agency shall provide notice in a timely manner to the appropriate private school officials in the app of the allocation of funds for educational services and other benefits that the local educational agencies have determined are available for eligible private school children.

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Financial Transparency

Building-levelfinancial transparencyunder ESSA will help those interested in education learn more about the app and effectiveness of our federal, state, and local educational resources. It is critical that we maximize every dollar to provide the best opportunities and improve outcomes for our students. Fiscal transparency reports outline how much each school is spending per student and the source of the funds. These fiscal transparency reports were issued for the first time in 2020 for the 2018-19 school year, and annual releases will be available after April 1st in each subsequent year. At the district level, they will inform conversations within districts about whether equitable resources are being provided at the school level. At the state level, these reports will help inform future Board of Regents app Aid requests and other policymaking decisions.

New app app Public Data Reporting

The New app app Education Department is committed to making data available and easy to use. Ourprovides data on high school graduation rates, grades 3-8 test scores, and school report cards.

Title I, Part D Consolidated app Performance Report Data Reporting Form

The New app app Education Department (app) is required to annually collect data for the completion of the Consolidated app Performance Report (CSPR) submission to the United apps Department of Education using the Title I, Part D Consolidated app Performance Report Data Reporting Form.

Title III Compliance and Reporting

Information aboutEnglish Language Learner (ELL) and Immigrant Student Counts for 2023–24 ESSA Title III Allocations is available from the app Office of Bilingual Education at Title III Compliance and Reporting.

Title IV, Part A Consolidated app Performance Report (CSPR) Data Collection Survey

The New app app Education Department (app) is required to annually report Title IV, Part A expenditure data as part of the Consolidated app Performance Report (CSPR) submission to the United apps Department of Education. The annual Title IV, Part A CSPR Data Collection Survey collects information related to the total amount of funds expended during the previous project year by Local Education Agencies (LEAs) for the three content areas: Well-Rounded Educational Opportunities, Safe and Healthy Students, and the Effective Use of Technology. It is published in thethe first week of November, and each LEA must complete, certify, and submit the survey by the first week of January.