What You Need to Know Right Now
Don’t miss this Q&A with district staff plus an in-depth discussion with the Title I, Part A team here at OSPI.
Watch the video conference (1 hour/MP4)
One missed webinar leads to probation. Two missed webinars could lead to the revocation of your state approval — pending review
State-approved providers of supplemental education services must participate in four OSPI-led webinars.
New LAP requirements direct OSPI to convene three expert panels able to develop menus of best practice. In this short video, LAP program manager, Amy Vaughn, provides an overview of the development and implementation of these new and robust resources for schools and districts.
Find the presentation — slides by topic — and handouts on our Workshops & Webinars page.
We present an in-depth discussion on the district’s role in the delivery of supplemental educational services, and a close look at district and school improvement.
What We Covered
- Flexibility Waiver & Proposal
- AYP Steps of Improvement
- Supplemental Educational Services
Webinar media and materials on our Workshops & Webinars page.
Title I, Part A is a federal program designed “To provide all children
significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality
education, and to close educational achievement gaps.” Title I, Part A can
support early learning and Kindergarten to grade 12. Title I, Part A
programs and services provide customized instruction and curricula that
helps these students meet academic standards and take an active, engaged
interest in what they learn and can do. As the oldest and largest federal
education program, Title I, Part A programs build equity of opportunity for
children whose struggles often keep them on the academic sidelines.
One-third of the public schools in Washington State operate Title I, Part A
programs, providing academic services to over 350,000 students annually.
Below are the key components