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Title I Parts A and D - Neglected and Delinquent

Title I Part A (Neglected) funding is to support eligible neglected facilities that provide the majority of its students' educational services within the local school districts who have been placed by the courts due to abandonment, abuse, or parental neglect. Title I Part D Subparts 1 and 2 (Delinquent) funding is to support education and training for students who are residents within a locally secured (or unsecured) detention center or correctional facility. Students who reside in eligible delinquent facilities are placed there by the courts due to adjudication or pre-adjudication in a criminal or civil court case. Upon release from a facility, the goal for all students is to be transitioned back into their local school district, enrolled in a college or technical education program, or begin employment.

Webinar Information, Materials and Recordings

Law:
Kansas House Substitute for Senate Bill 23 (November 2011)  (PDF)
Title I Part A Elementary & Secondary Education Act (referred to as No Child Left Behind - NCLB) 
Title I Part D Elementary & Secondary Education Act (referred to as No Child Left Behind - NCLB) 
Title I Part D Guidance (June 19, 2006) (PDF)

Kansas State Consolidated Plan:
Kansas State Consolidated Plan (June 2002) (PDF)

Fact Sheets:
Title I Neglected and Delinquent (PDF)
Title I Part D Subpart 2 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009

Forms and Documents:
District Annual Survey Form FY14 (Word)
District Revision & Carryover Funds Application FY13 (Word)
District Title I Part A Neglect Overview FY14 (Word)
District Title I Part D Subpart 2 Application FY14 (Word)
District Title I Part D Subpart 2 Evaluation FY13 (Word)
State Agency Annual Survey FY14 (Word)
State Agency Revision & Carryover Funds Application FY13 (Word)
State Agency Title I Part D Subpart 1 Application FY14 (Word)
State Agency Title I Part D Subpart 1 Evaluation FY13 (Word)
Title I Part D Budget Amendment Request (PDF)

Complaint Resolution Procedures:
Complaint Resolution Procedures (PDF)

Resources:
Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority Data and Reports 
Kansas Career Pipeline 
Kansas Career Cluster Model
English Language Learners 
Find Youth Info 
Meeting the Educational Needs of Students With Disabilities in Short-Term Detention Facilities (PDF)
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Model Programs Guide 
National Girls Institute 
National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices 
National Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center (NDTAC)  
National Dropout Prevention Centers 

Links:
U.S. Department of Education, Title I Part D  
Kansas Department of Corrections 
Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority 
Kansas Parent Information Resource Center 
Kansas DropINs 
National Center for Juvenile Justice 
National Criminal Justice Reference Service 
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 
Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 

Professional Organizations:
Coalition for Juvenile Justice 
Correctional Educational Association 
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges 
National Partnership for Juvenile Services 

Questions? Contact:
Sandy Guidry
785-296-8965
sguidry@ksde.org

Problems with this web page contact:
Evelyn Alden
785-296-3868
ealden@ksde.org

Early Childhood, Special Education, and Title Services Team

Director
Colleen Riley
criley@ksde.org

Assistant Director
Doug Boline
dboline@ksde.org

Assistant Director
Sandy Guidry
sguidry@ksde.org

Assistant Director
Kerry Haag
khaag@ksde.org

Assistant Director
Jana Rosborough
jrosborough@ksde.org

1-800-203-9462
(Kansas Residents Only)
or
1-785-291-3097

Problems with this page contact:
Evelyn Alden
785-296-3868
ealden@ksde.org

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