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Oregon Bulletin

September 1, 2013

Oregon Department of Education, Chapter 581

Rule Caption: Strategic Investments — Guiding Principles

Adm. Order No.: ODE 15-2013(Temp)

Filed with Sec. of State: 8-15-2013

Certified to be Effective: 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Adopted: 581-017-0005, 581-017-0010, 581-017-0020

Subject: The rules establish common definitions to be used in the grant programs established to implement the three strategic investments in the provisions of HB 3232: Oregon Early Reading Program, Guidance and Support for Postsecondary Aspirations Program, and Connecting to the World of Work Program.

Rules Coordinator: Cindy Hunt—(503) 947-5651

581-017-0005

Definitions

The following definitions apply to Oregon Administrative Rules in division 17, chapter 581 that implement strategic investments as part of the Oregon Early Reading Program, Guidance and Support for Post-Secondary Aspirations Program and Connecting to the World of Work Program:

(1) “40-40-20 goal” means the mission of Oregon’s education system as described in ORS 351.009.

(2) “Achievement gap” means the gap in achievement that often exists between students who are economically disadvantaged, students learning English as a second language, African American, Hispanic or Native American and their peers.

(3) “Network” means the Network of Quality Teaching and Learning established by chapter 661, Oregon Law 2013 (Enrolled House Bill 3233).

(4) “Students who are economically disadvantaged” means students who are eligible for free or reduced price school meals.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Hist.: ODE 15-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-017-0010

Equity Lens

(1) The Department of Education will apply the Equity Lens adopted by the Oregon Education Investment Board when administering the strategic investments including when determining resource allocation and making strategic investments.

(2) Specifically the Department shall consider the following:

(a) Who are the racial or ethnic and underserved groups affected? What is the potential impact of the resource allocation and strategic investment to these groups?

(b) Does the decision being made ignore or worsen existing disparities or produce other unintended consequences? What is the impact on eliminating the opportunity gap?

(c) How does the resource allocation or strategic investment advance the 40-40-20 goal?

(d) What are the barriers to more equitable outcomes? (e.g. mandated, political, emotional, financial, programmatic or managerial)

(e) How has the Department intentionally involved stakeholders who are also members of the communities affected by the resource allocation or strategic investment? How does the Department validate its assessment in paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of this subsection?

(f) How will the Department modify or enhance the strategic investment to ensure each learner and communities’ individual and cultural needs are met?

(g) How is the Department collecting data on race, ethnicity, and native language relating to the strategic investments?

(h) What is the Department’s commitment to P-20 professional learning for equity? What resources is the Department allocating for training in cultural responsive instruction?

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Hist.: ODE 15-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-017-0020

Timelines and Performance Measures

Recipients of strategic investment grant funds shall meet timelines, performance measures and other requirements related to the accumulation and evaluation of data collected as required by the Oregon Education Investment Board and the Oregon Department of Education.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Hist.: ODE 15-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14


Rule Caption: Network for Quality Teaching and Learning Guiding Principles

Adm. Order No.: ODE 16-2013(Temp)

Filed with Sec. of State: 8-15-2013

Certified to be Effective: 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Adopted: 581-018-0005, 581-018-0010, 581-018-0020

Subject: The rules establish common definitions to be used in the grant programs established as part of the Network of Quality Teaching and Learning. The rules also incorporate the Equity Lens adopted by the Oregon Education Investment Board and direct the Department of Education to apply the Equity Lens when determining resource allocation and awarding grants and contracts.

Rules Coordinator: Cindy Hunt—(503) 947-5651

581-018-0005

Definitions

The following definitions apply to Oregon Administrative Rules in division 18, chapter 581 that implement the Network of Quality Teaching and Learning:

(1) “40-40-20 goal” means the mission of Oregon’s education system as described in ORS 351.009

(2) “Achievement gap” means the gap in achievement that often exists between students who are economically disadvantaged, students learning English as a second language, African American, Hispanic or Native American and their peers.

(3) “Network” means the Network of Quality Teaching and Learning established by chapter 661, Oregon Law 2013 (Enrolled House Bill 3233).

(4) “Students who are economically disadvantaged” means students who are eligible for free or reduced price school meals.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 16-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0010

Equity Lens

(1) The Department of Education will apply the Equity Lens adopted by the Oregon Education Investment Board when administering the network including when determining resource allocation and awarding grants and contracts.

(2) Specifically the Department shall consider the following:

(a) Who are the racial or ethnic and underserved groups affected? What is the potential impact of the resource allocation and grant or contract award to these groups?

(b) Does the decision being made ignore or worsen existing disparities or produce other unintended consequences? What is the impact on eliminating the opportunity gap?

(c) How does the resource allocation or grant or contract award advance the 40-40-20 goal?

(d) What are the barriers to more equitable outcomes? (e.g. mandated, political, emotional, financial, programmatic or managerial)

(e) How has the Department intentionally involved stakeholders who are also members of the communities affected by the resource allocation or grant or contract? How does the Department validate its assessment in paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of this subsection?

(f) How will the Department modify or enhance the grant or contract to ensure each learner and communities’ individual and cultural needs are met?

(g) How is the Department collecting data on race, ethnicity, and native language relating to the grants and contracts?

(h) What is the Department’s commitment to P-20 professional learning for equity? What resources is the Department allocating for training in cultural responsive instruction?

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 16-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0020

Timelines and Performance Measures

Recipients of network grant or contract funds shall meet timelines, performance measures and other requirements related to the accumulation and evaluation of data collected as required by the Oregon Education Investment Board and the Oregon Department of Education.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 16-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14


Rule Caption: Implement the provisions of HB 3233 by establishing a Dual-Language/Two-Way Bilingual Grant Program.

Adm. Order No.: ODE 17-2013(Temp)

Filed with Sec. of State: 8-15-2013

Certified to be Effective: 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Adopted: 581-018-0200, 581-018-0205, 581-018-0210, 581-018-0215, 581-018-0220, 581-018-0225

Subject: HB 3233 established a Network of Quality Teaching and Learning, and provides funding for a comprehensive system of support for educators that creates a culture of leadership, professionalism, continuous improvement and excellence for teachers and leaders across the P-20 system. One of the purposes of the network is to distribute funding to school districts, nonprofit organizations and postsecondary institutions for the purpose of closing the achievement gaps by providing and improving the effectiveness of professional development, implementing data-driven decision making, supporting practice communities and implementing culturally competent practices.

   The rules establish a Dual-Language/Two-Way Bilingual Grant program as one of the methods to address this specific direction in HB 3233. The purpose of the grant program is to support school districts and public charter schools to design, implement and improve dual language/two-way bilingual programs.

Rules Coordinator: Cindy Hunt—(503) 947-5651

581-018-0200

Definitions

The following definitions apply to OAR 581-018-0200 to 581-018-0225:

(1) “Dual-Language/Two-Way Bilingual Grant” means the Grant established in OAR 581-018-0205 to implement section 1(3)(f), chapter 661, Oregon Laws 2013 (Enrolled House Bill 3233).

(2) “Dual-Language” means instruction in English and a targeted language.

(3) “Two-Way Bilingual” means two-way programs that have the demographics to invite native-English-speaking students to join their bilingual and English Language Learner peers in an integrated bilingual classroom.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 17-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0205

Establishment

(1) There is established the Dual-Language/Two-Way Bilingual Grant to support school districts and public charter schools to design, implement and improve dual language/two-way bilingual programs. The programs assist students in becoming academically proficient in two languages by providing research based enrichment schooling that closes the academic achievement gap in English and continues to develop a student’s first language.

(2) Subject to available funds, the grants will be awarded for three years and in three phases:

(a) Planning phase.

(b) Implementation phase.

(c) Program evaluation phase.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 17-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0210

Eligibility

(1) The following entities shall be eligible to receive the Dual-Language/Two-Way Bilingual Grant:

(a) School districts;

(b) Public charter schools; and

(c) Consortium of school districts, public charter schools, non-profit organizations or post-secondary institutions. Each consortium must have at least one school district or public charter school as a member.

(2) A single grant proposal may include more than one eligible applicant, but the fiscal agent must be one of the eligible applicants identified in subsection (1)(a) or (b) of this rule.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 17-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0215

Criteria

(1) The Oregon Department of Education shall establish a request for proposal solicitation and approval process to be conducted each biennium for which the Dual-Language/Two-Way Bilingual grant funds are available. All proposals must comply with the requirements of section 1, chapter 661, Oregon Laws 2013 (Enrolled House Bill 3233) and rules adopted to implement that section.

(2) Grants shall be awarded based on the following criteria:

(a) Whether the grant application identifies how the funds will be used to reach the 40-40-20 goal and improve education outcomes identified by the Oregon Education Investment Board as contained in the achievement compact of the applicant.

(b) Whether the grant application demonstrates school district or public charter school support, commitment and readiness to design a Dual Language/Two-Way Bilingual Grant program.

(3) The Department shall give priority to proposals that meet the minimum criteria and:

(a) Provide a sustainability plan to continue the program for at least two additional years after the third year of the grant.

(b) The extent to which the applicant clearly documents its capacity to implement and carry out the Dual-Language/Two-Way Bilingual program, including demonstrated intentions to work in a collaborative way with other grantees.

(4) The Department of Education shall allocate funds for the grant program based on the evaluation of the grant application and the following considerations:

(a) Geographic location of district to insure geographic diversity within the recipients of grant program funds throughout the state;

(b) Districts who have achievement gap between subgroup populations;

(c) Districts who have a high level of students who are economically disadvantaged; and

(d) Give preference to entities that have demonstrated success in improving student outcomes.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 17-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0220

Funding

(1) Each grantee may receive up to $120,000 which shall be awarded as following:

(a) 25 percent of the grant amount in year one for the planning phase.

(b) 50 percent of the grant amount in year two for the implementation phase.

(c) 25 percent of the grant amount in year three for the program evaluation phase.

(2) Grantees shall use funds received for the planning phase to engage administrators, teachers, parents and the community in the planning of the program with a focus on building school and school district capacity to sustain efforts.

(3) Grantees must be able to expend the funds for allowable purposes specified in the request for proposal within the grant timeline according to acceptable accounting procedures.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 17-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0225

Reporting

The Oregon Department of Education shall provide to grant recipients a template for an interim and final grant report. Grantees are required to submit a final report prior to receiving their final request for funds.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 661, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3233)

Hist.: ODE 17-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14


Rule Caption: Implement the provisions of HB 3233 (2013) relating to school district collaboration grants.

Adm. Order No.: ODE 18-2013(Temp)

Filed with Sec. of State: 8-15-2013

Certified to be Effective: 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Adopted: 581-018-0100, 581-018-0105, 581-018-0110, 581-018-0115, 581-018-0120, 581-018-0125

Subject: These temporary rules implement the collaboration grant as part of the Network on Quality Teaching and Learning established by HB 3233 (2013).

   The purpose of the grant is to improve student achievement through the voluntary collaboration of teachers and administrators to design and implement new approaches in career/pathways, evaluation processes, compensation models, and enhanced professional development opportunities.

   The rules specify eligibility, award criteria, funding amounts and reporting.

Rules Coordinator: Cindy Hunt—(503) 947-5651

581-018-0100

Definitions

The following definitions apply to 581-018-0100 to 581-018-0125:

(1) “Blueprints” means a description of the components of a school district’s strategies for implementation and integration of the four areas: career pathways, evaluation processes, compensation models and enhanced professional development for teachers and administrators.

(2) “Career pathways” means descriptions of professional career achievement and advancement (e.g. Novice, Emerging Professional, Master Teacher) or specialized roles (e.g. Mentor Teacher, Master Teacher), and opportunities to increase professional responsibilities.

(3) “Compensation models” means alternative salary advancement systems based on a variety of elements aside from seniority (e.g. weighed systems based on professional involvement, increased expertise).

(4) “Design grants” means grants intended for districts or consortia of districts to create blueprints for implementation that integrate the four areas of: career pathways, evaluation processes, compensation models and enhanced professional development.

(5) “Enhanced professional development” means professional learning opportunities that are ongoing, collaborative in nature, and aligned to the needs of educators identified through the evaluation process and student data.

(6) “Evaluation processes” means an educator performance evaluation system based on collaboration, that includes, but is not limited to standards of professional practice, four-level rubrics, multiple measures of professional practice, professional responsibilities and student learning and growth, an evaluation and growth cycle and professional learning aligned to student and educator performance data.

(7) “Implementation Grants” means grants intended for districts or consortia of districts to implement their blueprint designs.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329.838

Stats. Implemented: ORS 329.838

Hist.: ODE 18-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0105

Eligibility

(1) The following shall be eligible to receive a School District Collaboration Grant:

(a) School districts;

(b) Consortium of school districts.

(2) To be eligible for a design or implementation grant:

(a) Districts must not have received a federal Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) grant; and

(b) Districts must not have received Creative Leadership Achieves Student Success (CLASS) grants or District Collaboration Grants for more than four years; and

(c) Districts must not be receiving CLASS grant dollars during the school year for which the funds received under the application for a design or implementation grant would be expended.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329.838

Stats. Implemented: ORS 329.838

Hist.: ODE 18-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0110

Criteria

(1) The Oregon Department of Education shall establish a request for proposal solicitation and approval process to be conducted each biennium for when District Implementation and Design Collaboration grant funds are available. The Department shall notify eligible applicants of the proposal process and the due dates, and make available necessary guidelines and application forms.

(2) All proposals must comply with the requirements of ORS 329.838, section 1, chapter 661, Oregon Laws 2013 (Enrolled House Bill 3233) and rules adopted to implement those laws. Grants shall be awarded based on the following generally applicable criteria: Whether the grant application identifies how the funds will be used to improve education outcomes identified by the Oregon Investment Board, contained in achievement compact or set forth in ORS 351.009.

(3) Prior to applying for a grant, the school district must receive the approval to apply for the grant from:

(a) The exclusive bargaining representative for the teachers of the school districts, or if the teachers are not represented by an exclusive bargaining representative, from the teachers of the school districts;

(b) The chairperson of the school district board; and

(c) The superintendent of the school district.

(4) Districts shall establish a collaborative leadership team to oversee the design and implementation process. The collaborative leadership team shall include the exclusive bargaining representative for the teachers of the school district or, if the teachers are not represented by an exclusive bargaining representative, the teachers of the school district.

(5) Districts shall display readiness and eligibility for an implementation grant by submitting detailed blueprints, developed collaboratively by teachers, administrators, and the teacher bargaining unit, in the four required areas:

(a) Career pathways processes for teachers and administrators;

(b) Evaluation processes for teachers and administrators;

(c) Compensation models for teachers and administrators, and

(d) Enhanced professional development opportunities for teachers and administrators.

(6) The Department of Education shall award design and implementation grants based on the evaluation of the district application, eligibility criteria, and the following considerations:

(a) Geographic location of districts to insure geographic diversity within the recipients of grant program funds throughout the state

(b) Districts that have an achievement gap as defined in 581-018-0005

(c) Districts that have a high level of economically disadvantaged students as defined in 581-018-0005

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329.838

Stats. Implemented: ORS 329.838

Hist.: ODE 18-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0115

Design Grant Funding

(1) The Department of Education shall determine for each fiscal year the portion of the funds available for the School District Collaboration Grant Program that will be distributed as design grants.

(2) Based on the review of grant applications, the Department may not award a design grant to each district that is less than $20,000 or exceeds $50,000.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329.838

Stats. Implemented: ORS 329.838

Hist.: ODE 18-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0120

Implementation Grant Funding

(1) The Department of Education shall determine for each fiscal year the total amount available for distribution to school districts as implementation grants.

(2) The Department of Education shall determine the grant amount to be awarded to each district that is eligible to receive a grant based on the following formula:

Grant Amount = school district ADMw x (the total amount available for distribution for an implementation grant in a fiscal year through the School District Collaboration Grant Program / the total ADMw of the School Districts that receive an implementation grant for the fiscal year.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329.838

Stats. Implemented: ORS 329.838

Hist.: ODE 18-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-018-0125

Reporting

(1) Districts shall meet timelines, performance measures and other requirements related to the accumulation and evaluation of data collected as required by the Oregon Investment Board and the Oregon Department of Education.

(2) Districts shall submit interim and final grant reports describing progress toward grant requirements and goals as defined by the Department of Education.

(3) Districts shall share lessons learned and school district models on the design and implementation of the four blueprint areas.

(4) The Department of Education shall disseminate best practices from the grant districts to districts statewide.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 329.838

Stats. Implemented: ORS 329.838

Hist.: ODE 18-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14


Rule Caption: Expanded Reading Opportunities Grant

Adm. Order No.: ODE 19-2013(Temp)

Filed with Sec. of State: 8-15-2013

Certified to be Effective: 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Adopted: 581-017-0100, 581-017-0105, 581-017-0110, 581-017-0115

Subject: Under the Early Reading Program, a strategic investment was designated by the Legislature and the Department of Education for the purpose of extending or expanding reading opportunities in public schools that meet criteria established by the Board by providing adult support, programs offered during non-school hours, or increased access to technology.

   The rules establish the Expanded Reading Opportunities Grant. These grants are designated for focus and priority schools that serve students in grade kindergarten through 3.

Rules Coordinator: Cindy Hunt—(503) 947-5651

581-017-0100

Definitions

The following definitions apply to 581-017-0100 to 581-017-0115:

(1) “CAP (Comprehensive Achievement Plan)” means the plan for program improvement that all Focus and Priority Schools are required to develop and implement. It describes the school’s goals, tasks necessary to achieve those goals, and who is responsible for completion of each activity with anticipated due dates. The CAP is the vehicle for communication between the school and the Oregon Department of Education outlining the actions a school takes to implement interventions prescribed by the School Appraisal Team. The CAP, developed collaboratively by the district, school, and a team of educators and community members, commits the school to evidence-based interventions and fixed improvement goals.

(2) “Focus Schools” are those ranked in the fifth to the fifteenth percentile in overall rating and are:

(a) Within-School Gap: Title I schools with the largest within school achievement or graduation gaps, or

(b) With Low Achieving Subgroup: Title I schools with a subgroup or subgroups with low achievement in reading and mathematics, combined, or a subgroup with low graduation, or

(c) With Low Graduation Rate: Title I high schools with graduation rates under 60 percent that were not already identified as Priority Schools.

(3) “Focus and Priority Schools” means schools that were identified using the Department of Education’s overall rating system that analyzed 2011–2012 student achievement data and graduation rates.

(4) “Priority Schools” are those schools satisfying at least one of the following:

(a) School Improvement Grant (SIG): A Tier I or Tier II school receiving funding under the SIG program.

(b) Low Graduation Rate: A Title I-participating high school with a graduation rate of less than 60 percent.

(c) Low Achievement: Among the lowest five percent of Title I schools in the state based on the percent of students meeting state benchmarks in reading and mathematics combined for 2010–11 and 2011-12 that is not a high-progress school.

(5) “SIG Schools” means the schools that have received the 3-year School Improvement Program Grant and whom begun their work during the 2010–2011 (Cohort 1) or 2011-2012 (Cohort 2) school years.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Hist.: ODE 19-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-017-0105

Establishment

(1) The Expanded Reading Opportunities Grant is established as part of the Early Reading Program Strategic Investment.

(2) The purposes of the program are to:

(a) Extend and expand reading opportunities in public schools; and

(b) Improve the reading proficiency of students by the time the students complete the third grade.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Hist.: ODE 19-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-017-0110

Eligibility

The Department of Education shall allocate funds for the Expanded Reading Opportunities Grant to schools based on the following eligibility criteria:

(1) Schools must be a designated Focus or Priority School.

(2) Schools must serve students in at least one grade from kindergarten through grade 3.

(3) Schools must not have received a SIG grant.

(4) Schools must use the funds in alignment with their CAP.

(5) Schools must use the funds to extend or expand reading opportunities by:

(a) Providing adult support;

(b) Offering programs during non-school hours; or

(c) Increasing access to technology.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Hist.: ODE 19-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

581-017-0115

Implementation Grant Funding

The Department of Education may award at least $40,000 for the 2013–2014 school year to each eligible Focus and Priority School that applies and meets the criteria.

(1) For the 2014–2015 school year each eligible Focus and Priority School that applied may be awarded an equal amount based on the amount available.

(2) The Department may not award more than $4 million dollars in total per biennium for Expanded Reading Opportunities Grants.

(3) School that receive funds under the grant program may not use those funds for administrative costs.

Stat. Auth.: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Stat. Implemented: 2013 OL Ch. 660, Sec. 1 (Enrolled HB 3232)

Hist.: ODE 19-2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-15-13 thru 2-11-14

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