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Supplemental funding from Title IV, Part A is divided into “three pots,” each addressing diverse portions of a student’s educational experience. Which section is directly associated with music and arts education and qualifies these programs for funding?
“improve school conditions for student learning;”
“provide all students with access to a well-rounded education;”
“improve the use of technology in order to improve the academic achievement an digital literacy of all students;”
If a state chooses to allocate their Title IV, Part A funds as a competitive grant for FY2017, which of the following is NOT a requirement?
A district can apply for one, two, or three of the set-aside “pots of funding.”
The grants must be awarded in a manner that ensures geographic diversity.
The minimum grant award must be $10,000.
There must a 25% cap on funds dedicated for music and arts education.
Select ALL of the following that is true. These programs are being targeted for elimination by the Trump Administration’s FY2018 Budget:
Title IV, Part A (SSAE)
Title II, Part A
The National Endowment for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Humanities
The Trump Administration’s FY2018 Budget proposes language that devotes $1.0 billion of Title I, Part A funds towards portability, where funds would follow a low-income student to a public school of his or her choice.
Each State’s finalized ESSA Plans are public and can be found on your state’s ESSA Implementation websites.
In 60% of states that have submitted ESSA plans, music and arts education have been included in accountability systems.
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