NCLB

No Child Left Behind

Legal and Regulatory Requirements

 

No Child Left Behind

Consolidated Application Update/
DCEP Addendum Update

2009-10

All of the funded programs covered by this consolidated application/DCEP Addendum are governed by specific sections of NCLB or applicable State laws and regulations.  Many individual statutory requirements either overlay or may be applied to all programs to support the integration and coordination of all programs and resources.  The following list identifies significant requirements guiding the use of funds.  Reference should be made to the provisions of the NCLB and federal regulations (34 CFR Part 200) for a complete understanding of the requirements of that Act, as well as to applicable State law and regulations.

Whenever possible, activities, procedures, and documentation reflected in these requirements must be addressed in the context of an integrated application.  For example, a parental involvement policy should be developed that applies to all programs covered under this application.  Likewise, each requirement should be developed for its general application across all programs and not in isolation, except as noted.

Meeting these requirements will enable the LEA to focus its application on raising achievement for all students and addressing school reform through consolidated planning.

Title I, Part A Title I, Part D Title II, Part A Title II, Part D Title III, Part A Title IV, Part A Title IV, Part B

 

*The citations contained herein are to the Public Law provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act. of 2001.  For the codified version of the public law, see 20 U.S.C §§6301-6339 (Title I, Part A); 20 U.S.C. §§6421-6472 (Title I, Part D); 20 U.S.C. 6601-6651 (Title II, Part A); 20 U.S.C. §§6751-6777 (Title II, Part D); 20 U.S.C. §§6811-6871 (Title III, Part A); U.S.C. §§7101-7165 (Title IV, Part A). 

Last Updated: August 26, 2009