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).
Institutionwide projects (IWPs) allow Title I, Part D (Part D), Subpart 1-funded juvenile correctional institutions and neglect facilities that provide free public education for children and youth who are neglected or delinquent (N or D) to use Part D funds in coordination with other Federal and/or State funds to serve all of their students. IWPs allow a State agency (SA) facility to upgrade the entire educational and transition efforts of its institution or program.
Provides an overview of IWPs and their benefits for Part D programs, key steps that SA and facility administrators need to consider when creating and operating an IWP, and common mistakes made in the implementation process.
Provides an overview of planning for and developing IWPs and introduces sample tools for the planning process.