State and Federal Programs
4810 Magnolia Cove Drive, Kingwood, Texas 77345 • (281)641-8385 • Fax (281)641-1075Dr. Jamie Bryson - Director of State and Federal Programs - (281) 641-8385, email@example.comCatherine Eubanks - Coordinator of State and Federal Programs - (281) 641-8385, firstname.lastname@example.orgKathleen Scott - Administrative Assistant, State and Federal Programs - (281) 641-8385, email@example.com
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State Compensatory Education EvaluationHumble ISD SCE Evaluation 2018-2019 (Under development - due to TEA July 2020)Compensatory, Intensive, and Accelerated Instruction
(a) Each school district shall use the student performance data resulting from the basic skills assessment instruments and achievement tests administered under Subchapter B, Chapter 39, to design and implement appropriate compensatory, intensive, or accelerated instructional services for students in the district's schools that enable the students to be performing at grade level at the conclusion of the next regular school term.
(b) Each district shall provide accelerated instruction to a student enrolled in the district who has taken the secondary exit-level assessment instrument and has not performed satisfactorily on each section or who is at risk of dropping out of school.
(c) Each school district shall evaluate and document the effectiveness of the accelerated instruction in reducing any disparity in performance on assessment instruments administered under Subchapter B, Chapter 39, or disparity in the rates of high school completion between students at risk of dropping out of school and all other district students.Refer to TEC, Section 29.081(a)Purpose of the State Compensatory Education (SCE) ProgramThe State Compensatory Education Program is defined in Texas Education law as programs and/or services designed to supplement the regular education program for students identified as at risk of dropping out of school or who are economically disadvantaged. The purpose is to increase the academic achievement and reduce the dropout rate of these at risk and/or economically disadvantaged students. The goal of SCE is to reduce any disparity in performance on assessment instruments (STAAR, EOC) or disparity in the rate of high school completion between students at risk of dropping out of school and all other students, and between students who are economically disadvantaged and all other students.Eligibility Criteria (State At-Risk, Econ. Disadv., Title I, Local At-Risk)S.B. 1746 amends the Texas Education Code TEC §29.081 to identify a “student at risk of dropping out of school” to include each student who is under 26 years of age and satisfies one (or more) of the 14 state atrisk eligibility criteria.
Refer to TEC, Section 29.081 and S.B. No. 1746
- Identification should be conducted (for the student’s benefit) at any time during the year in order to identify those students who are eligible for ”supplemental” services under the SCE program, and to ensure timely interventions are provided for these At Risk Students.
- Additionally, H.B. 3 (86th Legislature) permits us to serve students who are “economically disadvantaged” as designated by their Meal Status in eSchool with State Compensatory Education (SCE) staff/funding (supplemental services), regardless of whether the student meets any of the at-risk criteria. A student’s meal status does not designate a student as being “at-risk”.
- All students enrolled at a Schoolwide Title I campus may receive “supplemental” SCE funded services.
- To serve a non-Title I student, using SCE staff, who does not qualify as State At-risk or Economically Disadvantaged, but needs supplemental SCE support, contact the Director of State & Federal Programs BEFORE serving the student to determine if the student qualifies for our Local At-Risk criteria. Spaces are limited; all students served by SCE staff must meet one or more of the aforementioned criteria.
A “student at risk of dropping out of school” includes each student who is under 26 years of age and who:
1. is in prekindergarten, kindergarten, or grade 1, 2, or 3 and did not perform satisfactorily on a readiness test or assessment instrument administered during the current school year;
2. is in grade 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12 and did not maintain an average equivalent to 70 on a scale of 100 in two or more subjects in the foundation curriculum during a semester in the preceding or current school year or is not maintaining such an average in two or more subjects in the foundation curriculum in the current semester;
3. was not advanced from one grade level to the next for one or more school years; (Retained – stays with them for entire school career) NEW – NOTE: a student is not considered at risk of dropping out of school if the student did not advance from Pre-K or Kindergarten to the next grade level only as a result of the request of the student’s parent.
4. did not perform satisfactorily on an assessment instrument administered to the student under Subchapter B, Chapter 39, and who has not in the previous or current school year subsequently performed on that instrument or another appropriate instrument at a level equal to at least 110 percent of the level of satisfactory performance on that instrument;
5. is pregnant or is a parent; (Pregnant/Parent – stays with them for entire school career unless they are no longer parenting)
6. has been placed in an alternative education program in accordance with Section 37.006 during the preceding or current school year;
7. has been expelled in accordance with Section 37.007 during the preceding or current school year;
8. is currently on parole, probation, deferred prosecution, or other conditional release;
9. was previously reported through the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) to have dropped out of school; (dropout – stays with them for entire school career)
10. is a student of limited English proficiency, as defined by Section 29.052;
11. is in the custody or care of the Department of Protective Services or has, during the current school year, been referred to the department by a school official, officer of the juvenile court, or law enforcement official
12. is homeless, as defined by 42 U.S.C. Section 11302, and its subsequent amendments; or
13. resided in the preceding school year or resides in the current school year in a residential placement facility in the district, including a detention facility, substance abuse treatment facility in the district, emergency shelter, psychiatric hospital, halfway house, or foster group home.
14. has been incarcerated or has a parent or guardian who has been incarcerated, within the lifetime of the student, in a penal institution as defined by Section 1.07, Penal Code. [“Penal institution” means a place designated by law for confinement of persons arrested for, charged with, or convicted of an offense.]Regulations/Guidance