Tag Archives: Title I

The Earmarks Shuffle

(This post originally appeared on Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 education, and was written by Chuck Edwards, senior executive director for Thompson’s education products.) Ever since earmarks — funds directed to named grantees — started cropping up in…

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Got Education Grants? 3 Title I-Derland Posts for Your Backpack

Have you noticed the ads for school supplies starting to appear in the weekend papers?  Although it’s a little hard to believe in the midst of the current heat wave, the start of another year is just a few weeks…

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One Waiver You Can Count On

(This post is excerpted from Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 education and was written by Chuck Edwards, senior executive director for Thompson’s education products.) By all accounts, a prime candidate for one of Arne Duncan’s planned waivers is…

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Breaking Silos in Title I and IDEA

(This post was written by Andrew Brownstein, one of Thompson’s federal education policy editors, and originally appeared on Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 policy.) Roughly 2.5 million students receive services under both Title I and the Individuals with…

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Across-the-Board Cut Makes Title I Allocations a Zero-Sum Game

(This post is excerpted from Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 education and was written by Chuck Edwards, senior executive director for Thompson’s education products.) Notwithstanding the impact of the 0.2% across-the-board cut Congress enacted as part of its…

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The SNS Debate, Part Deux: Compliance vs. Kids

(This post was written by Andrew Brownstein, one of Thompson’s federal education policy editors, and originally appeared on Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 policy.) We know that Title I’s longstanding supplement-not-supplant (SNS) provision is good for auditors, monitors,…

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SNS: Ready for Prime Time

(This post was written by Andrew Brownstein, one of Thompson’s federal education policy editors, and originally appeared on Title I-Derland, Thompson’s blog on federal K-12 policy.) When it comes to “supplanting,” the problem is that states and districts are required…

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