BP 6171 (b)
Title I PROGRAMS
The parents /guardians of students enrolled in Title I programs shall be involved in planning and implementing these programs in a systematic and informed fashion. They shall have regular opportunities to make recommendations on the educational needs of their children and on ways in which they can help their children benefit from the programs.
In consultation with parents/guardians, the superintendent or designee shall annually assess the effectiveness of the Title I parental involvement policy and programs and revise them , if necessary. He/she shall identify barriers to greater involvement and determine what action, if any, needs to be taken to increase parental participation.
UNITED STATES CODE .TITLE 20
6301-6514 Title I Programs
8851-8857 Coordination of Programs, consolidated state and local plans and applications
1150-11506 Programs to encourage Parental Involvement
CDE Legal Advisory
0125.90 Procedures for requesting guidance from the U.S. Department of Education
CDE PROGRAM ADVISORIES
1620.90 Use of categorical funds for motivation incentives
0626.87 Use of Title I funded personnel in conducting quality program reviews
0627.90 School -based Program Coordination Act
09211.90 Implementing Class Size reduction under the Morgan-Hart class size Reduction Act of 1989
0928.90 Guidelines for development of policies on parental involvement
1107.89 Implementation of new procedures of noncompliance
To ensure that parents/guardians are consulted and participate in the planning, design and implementation of the Title I programs, the school receiving Title I assistance shall: (20 U.S.C. 6319)
a. Timely information about Title I programs.
b. School performance profiles and individual student assessment results, with an interpretation of these results.
c. A description and explanation of the school curriculum, forms of assessment used to measure student progress, and expected proficiency levels.
d. Opportunities to meet with other parents/guardians to formulate suggestions, share experiences and participate in decisions related to their children’s education.
e. Timely responses to the suggestions for parents/guardians
a. The school’s responsibility for high quality curriculum, instruction and learning environment.
b. Parental responsibilities for supporting learning such as monitoring attendance and homework completion, volunteering in the classroom and participating in decisions related to their children’s education and use of extra curricular time.
c. Channels of ongoing communication between teachers and parents/guardians, including parent-teacher conferences, progress reports, reasonable access to staff, and opportunities to volunteer and observe classroom activities.
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