Teal Community Call (August 15, 2019)

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Teal Community Call (August 15, 2019)

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Call Date

Thursday, August 15, 2019 - 4:00pm

Agenda 

Welcome & Introductions

Introductions of All Community Members

New ND Coordinators and Community Members

  • Petro Johnson (AL)
  • Milanda Dean (AL)
  • Chandra Martin (AR)
  • Jackie Jacobson (TN) 

Updates from NDTAC

  • Upcoming Topical Call
  • Updated Resource
  • Upcoming Webinars
  • Recent  and Upcoming Subgrantee Trainings
  • Presentation Opportunities

Emerging Topics in the Teal Community

  • Identifying Eligible Facilities and Programs
  • Coordination and Collaboration between SEAs and DSAs
  • Developing Subgrantee Applications to Address Priority Areas within Your State

Notes

Updates from NDTAC

  • Upcoming Topical Call
    • Call Description –
      • NDTAC’s topical calls offer a forum for state Title I, Part D (Part D) coordinators and their state educational agency, subgrantees, and facility colleagues to learn and discuss challenges, questions, strategies, resources, and successes on a particular topic of interest related to students who are considered neglected or delinquent. This year’s topical call series is focused on innovative uses of funds that address prevalent needs. Call #3 of this year’s series will focus on the provision of the transition services needed to assist students in successfully transitioning from out of home placement (i.e., juvenile corrections, juvenile detention, residential facilities, residential treatment, etc.) to further schooling or employment. This call will include a brief overview of the definition and elements of the transition process; effective transition practices; and facility, youth, family, and community/system-centered activities at each stage from entry into the juvenile justice system to aftercare. Further, during this call, Title I, Part D Specialist Murray Meszaros will share how public educational services are funded in Utah for youth who are in state custody or state care and describe the rationale for and statutory waiver process completed allowing Utah to allocate up to 100% of the Title I, Part D funding to transition-related services.  Finally, three of Utah’s Education Transition and Career Advocates (ETCA) will describe their role in providing education transition and career advocacy services to youth in state custody or care.  
    • Call Details –
      • NDTAC Topical Call #3: Utilizing Title I, Part D Funds for the Provision of Transition Services    
      • Tuesday, August 27, 2019, 3:00 – 4:30 PM EDT
      •  Please feel free to invite colleagues, subgrantees and facilities professionals!

 

  • Updated Resource
  • Upcoming Webinars
    • Family Involvement: How to Engage Families of Youth Involved in the Juvenile Justice System
    • Webinar Description:
      • In this update to the National Technical Assistance Center for the Education of Neglected or Delinquent Children and Youth’s (NDTAC’s) 2006 issue brief on family involvement and the upcoming webinar we will explore:
        • The evolving definition of family;
        • The compelling reasons for engaging families in the education and treatment of youth at risk for or involved in the juvenile justice system;
        • The promising advances in the field and innovative ways systems across the country are approaching family involvement and engagement;
        • The expanding role of the Federal government through the inclusion of family engagement in statutory and nonregulatory guidance; and
        • The ever-growing resources and tools for State, local, and tribal jurisdictions interested in establishing and/or building upon their efforts to meaningfully engage and partner with families.
        • The webinar will also feature facility personnel who are actively engaging families through the provision of notable and/or innovative engagement supports or services.
      • We are fortunate to have representatives from the Ohio Department of Youth Services joining us to share their recent efforts to strengthen family engagement. 
    • Webinar Details:
      • Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 1:00 to 2:15 p.m. EDT
  • Recent and Upcoming Subgrantee Trainings Led by SEAs/Title I, Part D Coordinators
    • Kentucky Department of Education, July 29, 2019
      • Division of School & Program Improvement
      • The Pathway to Success: 2019 Office of Continuous Improvement and Support Title I, Part D Coordinators’ Training
    • Tennessee Department of Education, November 12-13, 2019
      • Office of Consolidated Planning and Monitoring
      • Non-Traditional Educational Programs
      • Workshop for Juvenile Detention Center Subgrantees
      • Non-Traditional Educational Programs Conference
    • Michigan Department of Education, September 16, 2019
      • Office of Educational Supports
      • Annual Special Populations Conference

 

  • Presentation Opportunities/Would you like us to speak at your event?
    • NDTAC will cover staff time
    • States cover travel costs at GSA 2019 Per Diem Rates (i.e., transportation, hotel, meals, incidentals)
    • Contact NDTAC or complete a request form

 

Emerging Topics in the Teal Community

  • Identifying Eligible Facilities and Programs
  • What are examples of the different types of facilities that align with Title I, Part D. Subpart 3. Definitions?

 

 

  • The ask – clear definitions of the different facility types and examples of facilities that align with the definitions.
    • For example, Adult Correctional Institution –
      • Subpart 1– state prison, private prison, correctional reentry center
      • Subpart 2 – county run jail, contracted jail facility

 

  • Strategies for Identifying Eligible Agencies/LEAs
    • Connect with Your Designated State Agency

As part of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 2002 and the Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2018, all states who participate in the Title II Formula Grants Program must identify a Designated State Agency (DSA).

Each DSA has staff who administer the Title II Formula Grants Program. Staff members may include:

  • Coordination and Collaboration between SEAs and DSAs
  • Explore Opportunities to Serve on SAGs, Committees, and/or Workgroups
  • Invite DSA Personnel to Serve on SEA Boards, Committees, and/or Workgroups
  • Work with DSA to Determine Information Needed for Juvenile Crime Analysis
  • Work with DSA to Learn Facilities Included in Monitoring Universe and Facilities’ Eligibility for the Title I, Part D Program
  • Work with DSA to Coordinate and Maximize Utilization of EBPs
  • Encourage Part D Subgrantees to Coordinate with Juvenile Delinquency Agencies, Organizations, and Other Related Programs and Utilize EBPs
  • Learn about Program Areas State/Territory Has Identified in its 3-Year Plan
  • Inquire about Request for Proposal Process and Share Information with Part D Subgrantees
  • Learn about and Share Reentry Planning Requirements with Part D Subgrantees and Determine Opportunities to Collaborate with Justice Agencies to Engage in Joint Planning
  • Determine Ways to Collaborate with DSA to Ensure Timely Transfer of Records, Transfer of Credits, and Receipt of Partial or Full Credit
  • Additionally, two draft documents were reviewed by attendees and feedback was provided on whether the documents and strategies listed would be helpful to coordinators. Attendees stated that the documents and strategies would in fact be helpful.
  • Developing Subgrantee Applications to Address Priority Areas within Your State
    • A recurring question from coordinators centers on how Title I, Part D Subgrants are made within the states and territories. Coordinators are curious if anyone is using a discretionary grant process as opposed to the formula-based process.
      • All in attendance stated that they used a formula-based process for providing Subpart 2 funding. 

*Please contact your TA liaison for the recording and slides.