A number of tasks are involved in planning for and administering Title I, Part D (Part D), funding. Each year the key tasks that Part D coordinators are responsible for include:
This page provides resources and tools that Part D coordinators at every level of program administration can use to plan for and fund programs for youth who are neglected or delinquent (N or D).
Each year States must conduct the Annual Report of Children in Institutions for Neglected or Delinquent Children, Adult Correctional Institutions, and Community Day Programs (Annual Child Count) in order for the U.S. Department of Education (ED) to be able to allocate Title I, Part D, funds accordingly. The Annual Child Count involves State Part D coordinators who are working with both current and potentially funded State agency (SA) and local education agency (LEA) subgrantees, and their respective facilities and programs, to identify children and youth who are neglected or delinquent (N or D) as defined by ED.
View and download documents for the Annual Child Count for the 2012-13 school year below. All official forms are due to ED by January 17, 2012. Visit the U.S. Department of Education Web site for more information.
Updated October 2010
Describes the tasks involved in the Annual Count process for State Title I, Part D (Part D), programs and provides tools and resources to help Part D coordinators comply with Federal requirements while implementing each task.
Provides participants with a better understanding of how to approach the Annual Child Count process, as well as strategies to overcome challenges and make the process more efficient, effective, and accurate.
Addresses the purpose of the Annual Child Count, eligibility, how the count relates to other reporting requirements from ED, and the difference between the SA (Subpart 1) and LEA (Subpart 2) count procedures and protocols.
Designed primarily for new State Part D coordinators, this handbook addresses questions about planning, funding, monitoring, and reporting. Information about the Annual Child Count begins on page III-3.
Updated June 2013