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Title 34Subtitle BChapter IIPart 200


TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

CHAPTER II—OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 200—TITLE I—IMPROVING THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DISADVANTAGED

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Subpart A—IMPROVING BASIC PROGRAMS OPERATED BY LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES

Standards and Assessments

§200.1
State responsibilities for developing challenging academic standards.
§200.2
State responsibilities for assessment.
§200.3
Designing State Academic Assessment Systems.
§200.4
State law exception.
§200.5
Timeline for assessments.
§200.6
Inclusion of all students.
§200.7
Disaggregation of data.
§200.8
Assessment reports.
§200.9
Deferral of assessments.
§200.10
Applicability of a State's academic assessments to private schools and private school students.

Participation in National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

§200.11
Participation in NAEP.

State Accountability System

§200.12
Single State accountability system.

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

§200.13
Adequate yearly progress in general.
§200.14
Components of Adequate Yearly Progress.
§200.15
Timeline.
§200.16
Starting points.
§200.17
Intermediate goals.
§200.18
Annual measurable objectives.
§200.19
Other academic indicators.
§200.20
Making adequate yearly progress.
§200.21
Adequate yearly progress of a State.
§200.22
National Technical Advisory Council.
§§200.23-200.24
[Reserved]

Schoolwide Programs

§200.25
Schoolwide programs in general.
§200.26
Core elements of a schoolwide program.
§200.27
Development of a schoolwide program plan.
§200.28
Schoolwide program components.
§200.29
Consolidation of funds in a schoolwide program.

LEA and School Improvement

§200.30
Local review.
§200.31
Opportunity to review school-level data.
§200.32
Identification for school improvement.
§200.33
Identification for corrective action.
§200.34
Identification for restructuring.
§200.35
Delay and removal.
§200.36
Communication with parents.
§200.37
Notice of identification for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring.
§200.38
Information about action taken.
§200.39
Responsibilities resulting from identification for school improvement.
§200.40
Technical assistance.
§200.41
School improvement plan.
§200.42
Corrective action.
§200.43
Restructuring.
§200.44
Public school choice.
§200.45
Supplemental educational services.
§200.46
LEA responsibilities for supplemental educational services.
§200.47
SEA responsibilities for supplemental educational services.
§200.48
Funding for choice-related transportation and supplemental educational services.
§200.49
SEA responsibilities for school improvement, corrective action, and restructuring.
§200.50
SEA review of LEA progress.
§200.51
Notice of SEA action.
§200.52
LEA improvement.
§200.53
LEA corrective action.
§200.54
[Reserved]

Qualifications Of Teachers And Paraprofessionals

§200.55
Qualifications of teachers.
§200.56
Definition of “highly qualified teacher.”
§200.57
Plans to increase teacher quality.
§200.58
Qualifications of paraprofessionals.
§200.59
Duties of paraprofessionals.
§200.60
Expenditures for professional development.
§200.61
Parents' right to know.

Participation of Eligible Children in Private Schools

§200.62
Responsibilities for providing services to private school children.
§200.63
Consultation.
§200.64
Factors for determining equitable participation of private school children.
§200.65
Determining equitable participation of teachers and families of participating private school children.
§200.66
Requirements to ensure that funds do not benefit a private school.
§200.67
Requirements concerning property, equipment, and supplies for the benefit of private school children.
§§200.68-200.69
[Reserved]

Allocations to LEAS

§200.70
Allocation of funds to LEAs in general.
§200.71
LEA eligibility.
§200.72
Procedures for adjusting allocations determined by the Secretary to account for eligible LEAs not on the Census list.
§200.73
Applicable hold-harmless provisions.
§200.74
Use of an alternative method to distribute grants to LEAs with fewer than 20,000 total residents.
§200.75
Special procedures for allocating concentration grant funds in small States.
§200.76
[Reserved]

Procedures for the Within-District Allocation of LEA Program Funds

§200.77
Reservation of funds by an LEA.
§200.78
Allocation of funds to school attendance areas and schools.

Fiscal Requirements

§200.79
Exclusion of supplemental State and local funds from supplement, not supplant and comparability determinations.
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Subpart B—EVEN START FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM

§200.80
Migrant Education Even Start Program definition.
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Subpart C—MIGRANT EDUCATION PROGRAM

§200.81
Program definitions.
§200.82
Use of program funds for unique program function costs.
§200.83
Responsibilities of SEAs to implement projects through a comprehensive needs assessment and a comprehensive State plan for service delivery.
§200.84
Responsibilities of SEAs for evaluating the effectiveness of the MEP.
§200.85
Responsibilities of SEAs and operating agencies for improving services to migratory children.
§200.86
Use of MEP funds in schoolwide projects.
§200.87
Responsibilities for participation of children in private schools.
§200.88
Exclusion of supplemental State and local funds from supplement, not supplant and comparability determinations.
§200.89
MEP allocations; Re-interviewing; Eligibility documentation; and Quality control.
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Subpart D—PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WHO ARE NEGLECTED, DELINQUENT, OR AT-RISK OF DROPPING OUT

§200.90
Program definitions.
§200.91
SEA counts of eligible children.
§§200.92-200.99
[Reserved]
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Subpart E—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§200.100
Reservation of funds for school improvement, State administration, and the State academic achievement awards program.
§§200.101-200.102
[Reserved]
§200.103
Definitions.
§§200.104-200.109
[Reserved]


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