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Is the CIP for School Improvement the same form as those used by all schools schoolwide and targeted assistance schools?
Will the 2009-2010 CIPs have to be board approved and posted into e-GAP?
All school’s in school improvement, regardless if the school is a Title I schools or not, are required to have a CIP that is board approved and posted in e-GAP. If a school is not in school improvement board approval of the CIP is not required. The LEA approval process should be followed for these schools.
What is deadline for posting CIPs?
CIPs must be board approved and posted to the eGAP document library within 90 days following the release of AYP data.
Will the AYP provision that allows two 2’s to equal a 3 be applicable this year?
All AYP provisions will remain the same until the Accountability Workbook is updated. Alabama is not required to update its workbook until 2009. At that time, some provisions for AYP may change.
Does a school in delay status still have to complete a CIP?
YES. Delay status does not remove the responsibility of the school district to implement the required intervention strategies it only delays the school's progression in the school improvement process.
Since everything is now being posted to the document library, what types of information should we now continue to look for on the state web page?
Federal Programs will post all guidance, worksheets, and other information to the e-GAP document library. Frequently asked questions will be posted on the SDE site. Districts should continue to refer to the SDE website to review other section materials and to review annual AYP data.
Once you post a document to the document library, do you revise that document or do post a new one for the new fiscal year?
Documents should be revised and posted. Do not post multiple versions of the same document (such as plans). Only post the most recent version of a document.
When completing electronic reports or SurveyMonkey reports, please remember the LEA needs the ability to print a copy of the report for our records.
The LEA must print a copy of the completed report prior to subitting to the SDE.
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