REMINDER to all districts:

NCLB Title II Part D, reporting requirements are due by November 30th.

The reporting system will remain open until December 5 to allow campuses and districts to finalize their reports.

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is required to report on the progress of districts receiving funds from No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D as of January 2002. Title II, Part D reporting requirements for NCLB have been documented as a part of the Texas Campus STaR Chart. The reporting requirements have been an essential part of the process for documenting progress to support continued technology funding. Beginning with the 2007- 2008 school year, additional data at the district level has been requested for districts receiving Title II, Part D funds (formula and/or competitive).

New Reporting Requirements

The additional reporting requirements consist of three sections. The first two sections will be completed by the district contact identified as the district’s Texas STaR Chart contact and the third section will be completed by the campus administrator(s).

SECTION 1 – INTERNET CONNECTIVITY

Data RequiredUnduplicated number of computers available to students for instruction by Internet access type:

• No Connectivity
• Dial Up
• High Speed (wireless or wired)

SECTION 2 – STUDENT PROFICIENCIES

Data Required – Unduplicated number of 8th graders evaluated for technology literacy under the district’s methodology as defined by the state at the end of the 8th grade for the 2007-2008 school year.

SECTION 3 – SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR PROFICIENCIES

Data Required- Unduplicated number of school personnel achieving acceptable performance on standards-based performance profiles of technology user skills as defined by the state (Title II, Part D of ESEA as required by the Results Act) by staff categories, including teachers, librarians/library media specialists and campus administrators.

Additional information can be found at http://starchart.esc12.net/nclb/default.html.


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