Onsite monitoring reviews allow agencies to assess subgrantee compliance with funding requirements and provide necessary guidance. However, occasional monitoring visits are often not sufficient to ensure continued subgrantee compliance. This Webinar outlines the importance of ongoing communication between State education agencies and their subgrantees (i.e., other State agencies and local education agencies) and describes communication strategies that coordinators of the Part D program can adopt to improve subgrantee compliance over time.
Guest presenters include Melvin Herring (Florida’s State Part D coordinator) and Kenya Haynes (Wyoming’s State Part D coordinator). The Webinar is introduced by Simon Gonsoulin (NDTAC’s director) and moderated by Greta Colombi (NDTAC research analyst).
» View the recorded webinar (Windows Media Video)
Download Presentation Slides (PDF):
- Compliance Isn't Built in a Day: The Importance of Ongoing Communication in Subgrantee Monitoring by Greta Colombi
- Title I, Part D, Program Improvement in Wyoming by Kenya Haynes
- Title I, Part D, Compliance Monitoring: A Constant Connection by Melvin Herring
- Combined Presentations
- ED’s Title I, Part D, Nonregulatory Guidance: F-1, G-11, Q-1
- Title I, Part D, Update Agenda, Fall 2009 – Wyoming (Word) by Kenya Haynes
- NDTAC's Monitoring & Compliance Library Page
- NDTAC's Subgrantee Monitoring: How do States Monitor Their SAs and LEAs? Webinar
- NDTAC’s A Guide to Meeting Compliance Requirements for the Title I, Part D, Program (PDF)
Please contact your state liaison to request monitoring protocols used by the presenters.