Improving state capacity to collect, report, analyze and use IDEA fiscal data
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Four tools assist state educational agencies with MFS requirements, data collection, and reporting: Quick Reference Guide, Funding Flow Ideograph Tool, Timeline Development Tool, and Data Collection and Reporting Tool.
These calculators help SEAs make adjustments to the base payment portion of subgrants in required situations such as the creation of a new LEA and the significant expansion of a charter school LEA.
This practice guide provides examples of circumstances that require adjustments to IDEA Part B section 611 and section 619 subgrant base payments. It includes sample calculations for SEA staff to follow when making base payment adjustments.
This organizer is designed to help SEA and LEA users understand and implement the federal LEA MOE regulations. Easily navigate the graphical interface for requirements on the Eligibility (Budget) Standard, the Compliance (Expenditure) Standard, and data reporting to find a range of tools and resources from OSEP and technical assistance centers.
State and local educational agencies use this calculator to determine whether LEA MOE eligibility and compliance standards have been met by any of the four methods permitted by IDEA.
Developed by CIFR, the Coordinated Early Intervening Services (CEIS) Resources: Step by Step is designed to help state and local educational agencies navigate the steps associated with planning for, providing, and tracking comprehensive or voluntary CEIS. For each CEIS step, the interactive organizer provides links to TA Centers, tools, and resources that may assist users to understand and implement that step.
The updated Local Educational Agency (LEA) Maintenance of Effort MOE Calculator is now available. Version 2.0 calculates LEA MOE for up to 10 fiscal years and features a number of other improvements over the previous version 1.4.
Watch for two new CIFR Quick Reference Guides in our Resource Library this summer.