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).
To receive Title I, Part D (Part D), Subpart 1 funds, a State education agency (SEA) must submit, for approval by the U.S. Department of Education (ED), a State Plan that describes the program goals, objectives, and performance measures established by the State that will be used to assess the effectiveness of the program in improving the academic, vocational, and technical skills of children and youth in the program. The plan must also provide assurances that the SEA will monitor and evaluate subgrantees. The State Plan should be the basis on which subgrantee applications for Part D funding are developed, responded to, and reviewed.
Outlines the requirements for the Part D State Plan and includes a State Plan Checklist. Excerpts from various States are used as examples of what to include for each subsection.
Designed primarily for new State Part D coordinators, this handbook addresses questions about planning, funding, monitoring, and reporting. Information about the State Plan begins on page 7.
Reviews crucial partnerships that are necessary for implementing effective N or D programming and outlines strategies for forging collaborative connections.