Schools and Districts
SES Approved Providers Catalog now available in Excel spreadsheet.
NOTICE TO DISTRICTS (DINIs) AND SCHOOLS IN NEED OF IMPROVEMENT (SINIs): Request for Waivers of the Prohibition on Approving a School or LEA Identified for Improvement, Corrective Action or Restructuring (“Identified School or LEA). Districts in Need of Improvement (DINIs) or Schools in Need of Improvement (SINIs) that plan on applying to become an SES provider for the 2010-11 school year please send an email to WAIVERSES@MAIL.NYSED.GOV.
The U.S. Department of Education is requesting State Education Agencies to provide them, by September 30, 2010, with a count of DINIs and SINIs that plan on applying in 2010-11 to become an SES provider to eligible students in their district and schools in accountability. Please note this waiver applies only to the 2010-11 school year. A field memo with further detail regarding this waiver will be mailed out and posted shortly which will allow all LEAs with notice of and opportunity to comment on the proposed waiver.
Pursuant to the Regulations of the Commissioner
of Education, local educational agencies (LEAs) that are required
to arrange for the provision of supplemental educational services
(SES) with an approved SES provider pursuant to §1116(e) of
the No Child Left Behind Act, must annually submit a monitoring
report to the Department for each provider it contracts with
to provide such services. The Regulations further provide that
a copy of a written report prepared annually by each SES provider
and submitted to the LEA, be attached to the LEA's monitoring
report submitted to the Department (see 8 NYCRR §120.4(f)).
The New York State Education Department has created a reporting form called, "Summary Report of Supplemental Educational Services Providers," which is to be completed by each LEA. As stipulated in Commissioner's Regulations, LEAs must submit their reports to NYSED no later than October 31 of each year.
- Title I schools (2011-12) List contains Title I Status, and indicates which schools are identified for improvement.