Part 200 - TITLE I — IMPROVING THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DISADVANTAGED  


Authority:
§ 200.81 Program definitions.
§ 200.82 Use of program funds for unique program function costs.
§ 200.83 Responsibilities of SEAs to implement projects through a comprehensive needs assessment and a comprehensive State plan for service delivery.
§ 200.84 Responsibilities for evaluating the effectiveness of the MEP and using evaluations to improve services to migratory children.
§ 200.85 Responsibilities of SEAs for the electronic exchange through MSIX of specified educational and health information of migratory children.
§ 200.86 Use of MEP funds in schoolwide projects.
§ 200.87 Responsibilities for participation of children in private schools.
§ 200.88 Exclusion of supplemental State and local funds from supplement, not supplant and comparability determinations.
§ 200.89 Re-interviewing; eligibility documentation; and quality control.
Subpart A—Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies
§ 200.1 State responsibilities for developing challenging academic standards.
§ 200.2 State responsibilities for assessment.
§ 200.3 Locally selected, nationally recognized high school academic assessments.
§ 200.4 State law exception.
§ 200.5 Assessment administration.
§ 200.6 Inclusion of all students.
§ 200.7 [Reserved]
§ 200.8 Assessment reports.
§ 200.9 Deferral of assessments.
§ 200.10 Applicability of a State's academic assessments to private schools and private school students.
§ 200.11 Participation in NAEP.
§ 200.12 Single statewide accountability system.
§ 200.13 Adequate yearly progress in general.
§ 200.14 Components of Adequate Yearly Progress.
§ 200.15 Timeline.
§ 200.16 Starting points.
§ 200.17 Intermediate goals.
§ 200.18 Annual measurable objectives.
§ 200.19 Other academic indicators.
§ 200.20 Making adequate yearly progress.
§ 200.21 Adequate yearly progress of a State.
§ 200.22 National Technical Advisory Council.
§ 200.23 State responsibilities to support continued improvement.
§§ 200.23-200.24 [Reserved]
§ 200.24 Resources to support continued improvement.
§§ 200.12-200.24 [Reserved]
§ 200.25 Schoolwide programs in general.
§ 200.26 Core elements of a schoolwide program.
§ 200.27 Development of a schoolwide program plan.
§ 200.28 Schoolwide program components.
§§ 200.27-200.28 [Reserved]
§ 200.29 Consolidation of funds in a schoolwide program.
§ 200.30 Local review.
§ 200.31 Opportunity to review school-level data.
§ 200.32 Identification for school improvement.
§ 200.33 Identification for corrective action.
§ 200.34 Identification for restructuring.
§ 200.35 Delay and removal.
§ 200.36 Communication with parents.
§ 200.37 Notice of identification for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring.
§ 200.38 Information about action taken.
§ 200.39 Responsibilities resulting from identification for school improvement.
§ 200.40 Technical assistance.
§ 200.41 School improvement plan.
§ 200.42 Corrective action.
§§ 200.38-200.42 [Reserved]
§ 200.43 Restructuring.
§ 200.44 Public school choice.
§ 200.45 Supplemental educational services.
§ 200.46 LEA responsibilities for supplemental educational services.
§ 200.47 SEA responsibilities for supplemental educational services.
§§ 200.44-200.47 [Reserved]
§ 200.48 Funding for choice-related transportation and supplemental educational services.
§ 200.49 SEA responsibilities for school improvement, corrective action, and restructuring.
§ 200.50 SEA review of LEA progress.
§ 200.51 Notice of SEA action.
§ 200.52 LEA improvement.
§ 200.53 LEA corrective action.
§ 200.54 [Reserved]
§§ 200.49-200.54 [Reserved]
§§ 200.30-200.54 [Reserved]
§ 200.55 Qualifications of teachers.
§ 200.56 Definition of “highly qualified teacher.”
§ 200.57 [Reserved]
§§ 200.55-200.57 [Reserved]
§ 200.58 Qualifications of paraprofessionals.
§ 200.59 Duties of paraprofessionals.
§ 200.60 Expenditures for professional development.
§§ 200.59-200.60 [Reserved]
§ 200.61 Parents' right to know.
§ 200.62 Responsibilities for providing services to private school children.
§ 200.61-200.62 [Reserved]
§ 200.63 Consultation.
§ 200.64 Factors for determining equitable participation of private school children.
§ 200.65 Determining equitable participation of teachers and families of participating private school children.
§ 200.66 Requirements to ensure that funds do not benefit a private school.
§ 200.67 Requirements concerning property, equipment, and supplies for the benefit of private school children.
§ 200.68 Special procedures for allocating concentration grant funds in small States.
§§ 200.68-200.69 [Reserved]
§ 200.69 [Reserved]
§ 200.70 Allocation of funds to LEAs in general.
§ 200.71 LEA eligibility.
§ 200.72 Procedures for adjusting allocations determined by the Secretary to account for eligible LEAs not on the Census list.
§ 200.73 Applicable hold-harmless provisions.
§ 200.74 Use of an alternative method to distribute grants to LEAs with fewer than 20,000 residents.
§ 200.75 Special procedures for allocating concentration grant funds in small States.
§ 200.76 [Reserved]
§ 200.77 Reservation of funds by an LEA.
§ 200.78 Allocation of funds to school attendance areas and schools.
§ 200.79 Exclusion of supplemental State and local funds from supplement, not supplant and comparability determinations.
Subpart B—Even Start Family Literacy Program
§ 200.80 [Reserved]
Subpart C—Migrant Education Program
Subpart D—Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth Who are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk of Dropping Out
§ 200.90 Program definitions.
§ 200.91 SEA counts of eligible children.
§§ 200.92-200.99 [Reserved]
Subpart E—General Provisions
§ 200.100 Reservation of funds for school improvement, State administration, and the State academic achievement awards program.
§§ 200.101-200.102 [Reserved]
§ 200.103 Definitions.
§ 200.104 Innovative assessment demonstration authority.
§ 200.105 Demonstration authority application requirements.
§ 200.106 Demonstration authority selection criteria.
§ 200.107 Transition to statewide use.
§ 200.108 Extension, waivers, and withdrawal of authority.
§§ 200.104-200.109 [Reserved]
§ 200.109 [Reserved]