Congratulations to Jeff Hoover and his recent appointment as NDE’s Title I, Part D (TIPD) Education Programs Professional!
Nevada has been selected for Federal monitoring of the Title I, Part D program for the upcoming school year.
The TIPD program plays a crucial role in improving educational opportunities for children and youth who are neglected, delinquent, or are ‘at-risk’. Under this program, the U. S. Department of Education’s Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE) monitors the implementation of two subparts: Subpart 1, which focuses on State Agency (SA) programs for youth who experience neglect or delinquency, and Subpart 2, which involves Local Educational Agency (LEA) programs geared at students who experience delinquency or are at-risk. In this context, at-risk is defined as school-aged youths who may experience any of the following:
Drug or alcohol problems
Are pregnant or are parents
Have come into contact with the juvenile justice or child welfare system in the past
Are at least one year behind the expected grade level for their age
Have limited English proficiency
Are gang members
Have dropped out of school in the past, or
Have high absenteeism rates at school
2023 Federal Monitoring Desktop Study Guide
As a subgrantee under either subpart, it is essential to understand what to expect during the monitoring process.
The 2023 Federal Monitoring Desktop Study Guide (download below), is a condensed desktop, quick reference guide of the information provided by the TIDP U.S. Education’s (USEd) Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE). The table covers the types of questions and data that the OESE plans to collect during the upcoming TIPD Federal Monitoring.
2023 Federal Monitoring Subpart 1 and Subpart 2
Part of USEd’s Federal Monitoring of NDE’s TIPD will consist of interviews with NDE staff and a couple of SAs/LEAs.
Subpart 1, and Subpart 2 interviews will include categorical information from the following table. Subpart 1 reflects the line of questioning pertaining to SAs, and Subpart 2 reflects the line of questioning pertaining to LEAs. Throughout the 2023 Federal Monitoring Desktop Study Guide, there are question icons for technical support. The TIPD team recommends downloading the 2023 Federal Monitoring Desktop Study Guide below and saving it to your desktop for ease of access and quick reference.
Download: 2023 Federal Monitoring Subpart 1 and Subpart 2
2023 Federal Monitoring Title I Part D Desktop Study Guide