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4. Establishes coordination with the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965. 2
Funds made available to carry out Section 613(f) may be used to carry out coordinated, early intervening services aligned with activities funded by, and carried out under, ESEA if such funds are used to supplement, and not supplant, funds made available under ESEA for the activities and services assisted under Section 613(f). [613(f)(5)]

2 For purposes of this document, the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) is referred to as the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965, as amended.

Dialogue Starter - Cross-stakeholder

Reaction Questions

  1. How might LEAs assess current programming options and identify ways to build a framework to support the provision of early intervening services within the general curriculum?

  2. Who are the stakeholders that might be involved in these efforts and how would they contribute?

  3. What services that are currently not offered through ESEA might be developed using early intervening funds?

Application Questions

  1. How can districts utilize early-intervening funding without supplanting current ESEA programs?

    These questions were developed by the following stakeholders working together:

    Role: Assistant Superintendent
    Location: Michigan

    Role: School Counselor
    Location: Virginia

    Role: Assistant Director
    Location: Missouri

    Role: Assistant Superintendent
    Location: Wisconsin

    Role: Educational Consultant
    Location: Pennsylvania