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School Improvement Grant (SIG) 1003(g)

Letter of 10-28-13 from Jocelyn Strand regarding administering the online Advance Questionnaire.


 

Waiver Notice Request for Comments - FY 2011

Missouri is requesting a waiver of the period of availability of FY 2011 funds for the 1003(g) School Improvement Grant (SIG) program.  This waiver will allow the State to extend the period of availability of the FY 2011 funds for the SEA and all of its LEA's until September 30, 2015 so that these funds may be used to fund Cadre II awards for three years.

    (comments due by July 31, 2013)


 

Waiver Notice Request for Comments  -  FY 2012 

Missouri is requesting a waiver of the period of availability of FY 2012 funds for the 1003(g) School Improvement Grants (SIG) program.  This waiver will allow the State to extend the period of availability of the FY 2012 funds for the SEA and all of its LEA’s until September 30, 2016 so that these funds may be used for three year grant awards for the FY 2012 funds awarded through the competition conducted in the 2012-2013 school year. 

     (comments due by May 10, 2013)


 

Waiver Notice Request for Comments  -  FY 2010

Missouri is requesting a waiver from the U. S. Department of Education to (1) extend the period of availability of FY 2010 School Improvement Grant (SIG) funds for the State Education agency (SEA) and all of its Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to September 30, 2014;  (2)  Replace its lists of Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III schools with its list of Priority schools under ESEA flexibility, waive the school eligibility requirements in Section I.A.1 of the SIG final requirements; (3)  Waive the 40 percent poverty eligibility threshold in section 1114(a)(1) of the ESEA to permit LEAs to implement a schoolwide program in a Priority Title I participating school that does not meet the poverty threshold and is fully implementing one of the four school intervention models.

    (comments due by February 8, 2013)

    (comments due by February 13, 2013)


 

 

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