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 Federal Programs


Mission 

The mission of Federal Programs is ​to provide technical assistance, program monitoring and resources to local educational agencies (LEA) to ensure that all children have an opportunity to obtain a high quality education and to achieve proficiency on the state's high academic achievement standards.​

Resources 

Updates from the Office of Federal Programs

​Did you miss an email message from the Office of Federal Programs?  Browse an archive of messages below. 

RELEASED TOPICS SUMMARY

9/28/2017

 

  • Hurricane flexibility guidance
  • FY19 CLIP in the SLDS
  • Webinar Opportunity: Georgia Student Health Survey
  • Revised FY17 Title I and Title II Allocations
  • Redesigned CCRPI Report – Feedback Request
  • Completion Reports
  • FY18 Cross-Functional Monitoring
  • Georgia Family Engagement
  • “UNconference”
  • GCEL Conference Registration is Open!

9/14/2017

 

Georgia’s Systems of Continuous Improvement

  • Professional development for LEAs on ESSA Plan will be offered at GCEL
  • Updates from the State Superintendent

Coordination and Consultation with Private Schools

  • Guidance on Inviting Private Schools for Fall Consultation Meeting
  • Webinar: Private School Updates

2017 ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 Growth Performance Bands

7/28/2017

 

  • Federal Programs Budget Preparation
  • Language Instruction for English Learners and Immigrant Students
  • Parent Involvement Coordinator Webinar
  • Education of Migratory Children - Identification and Recruitment Training
To view the entire archive of Updates, click here.


FY17 Federal Programs Conference

Georgia’s Systems of Continuous Improvement -
Friday Webinar Series​

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Webinars
​​​​​Budget Information for All Federal Programs (starts at 00:01)​
Title I, Part A – Education for the Disadvantaged (starts at 44:35)
Title I, Part A – Parent and Family Engagement (starts at 3:59:00)
Title IV, Part A – Student Support and Academic Enrichment (starts at 4:15:00)
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act – IDEA (starts at 4:40:00)
Title II, Part A – Supporting Effective Instruction (starts at 5:00:00)
Title I, Part C – Education of Migratory Children (starts at 5:30:00)
Grants:  EHCY, Foster Care, N&D, REAP (starts at 6:00:00)
​School Improvement Grant 1003(a) (starts at 6:20:00)
 
Presentations
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 Contact Information

 
Nakeba Rahming, Ed.S.
Deputy Superintendent
Federal Programs
Phone: 404-463-4156

 
Craig Geers

Associate Superintendent
Federal Programs
Phone: 404-657-4209

 
John Wight
Director
Federal Programs
Phone: ​404-463-1857

 
Shaun Owen
Director
Consolidated Federal Initiatives
State Ombudsman​ [website​]
404-971-0096
 

 Federal Programs' Links

 
 

 External Links