monitors multiple federally funded programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). This process fulfills OSPI's compliance monitoring requirements under Federal regulations (34 CFR 80.40). The CPR process consists of an OSPI team reviewing school districts’ federal and selected state programs. The monitoring activities are designed to focus on the results of the school districts’ efforts to implement critical requirements of the ESEA using available resources and flexibility provisions.
Information regarding the monitoring process and resources for districts that will be monitored in the 2015-16 school year.
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One source for policy templates related to state and federal law is WSSDA — the
Washington State School Directors’ Association.
Megan Simmons, 360-252-3018, for more information.
Most districts are monitored by ESD on a 5-year cycle. The 4 largest districts and selected other districts are monitored annually.
2015-16: Districts in ESDs 121 and 171
2016-17: Chosen districts in ESDs 105, 112, and 113
2017-18: Chosen districts in ESDs 105, 112, and 113
2018-19: Districts in ESDs 123 and 189
2019-20: Districts in ESDs 101 and 114