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  • DoD Impact Aid Supplemental Program
    News Room Virtual High School DoDEA Regulations Districts Schools Data Center Quick Headlines Curriculum DoDEA Accreditation Eligibility Enrollment Student Support Services Special Education Parents Students Employees Teachers Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum DoD Impact Aid Supplemental Program Partnership Home Contact Us Collaboration Interstate Compact AASA Toolkit DoD EDU MOU Impact Aid Supplemental Children with Severe Disabilities Program Large Scale Rebasing Grant Program Terms Conditions FY 15 pdf Resources School Liaison Officers SPED Training References and Guides Latest Reports Charter School Info About Us EXPLORE Impact Aid Supplemental Program Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Program Impact Aid for Large Scale Rebasing BRAC Program Department of Education Impact Aid Program The DoD Impact Aid Supplemental Program provides financial assistance to LEAs that are heavily impacted by the presence of military dependent students LEAs that had at least 20 average daily attendance of military dependent students in the preceding year as counted on their Federal Impact Aid application are eligible to receive funding on an annual basis when appropriated by Congress Funds provided by the DoD Impact Aid Program are reimbursable in nature therefore they may be used by the LEA without restriction Eligible LEAs will be contacted and requested to submit a Standard Form SF 3881 ACH Vendor Miscellaneous Payment Enrollment Form to DoDEA The U S Department of Education provides the data that is used to determine LEA eligibility for the Supplemental Impact Aid Program to the Educational Partnership Branch of DoDEA who works with the U S Department of Education to clarify or resolve any funding eligibility issues DoDEA DoD Global Footer

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  • DoD Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Program
    DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum DoD Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Program Partnership Home Contact Us Collaboration Interstate Compact AASA Toolkit DoD EDU MOU Impact Aid Supplemental Children with Severe Disabilities Program Large Scale Rebasing Grant Program Terms Conditions FY 15 pdf Resources School Liaison Officers SPED Training References and Guides Latest Reports Charter School Info About Us EXPLORE Impact Aid Supplemental Program Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Program Impact Aid for Large Scale Rebasing BRAC Program Department of Education Impact Aid Program The DoD Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Program reimburses Local Educational Agency LEA for money previously spent on military dependent children with severe disabilities Eligible LEAs will be contacted and requested to submit an SD 816 and an SD 816c for eligibility only if they have applied and have been approved to receive Federal Impact Aid under Section 8003 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 as amended 20 U S C 7703 The Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Program CwSD is available to LEAs that have at least two military dependent children with severe disabilities that meet certain special education cost criteria Calculation will require the FY 2015 Per Pupil Expenditure Chart Only children of active duty military personnel including active duty Guard and Reserve are eligible This includes children with a parent who is an official of and accredited by a foreign government and is a foreign military officer Please carefully read the guidelines for LEAs Applying for DoD Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Submit applications as an attachment in an email to DoDEA ImpactAid hq dodea edu or fax it to 770 268 7498

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  • DoD Impact Aid for Large Scale Rebasing (BRAC) Program
    Program Large Scale Rebasing Grant Program Terms Conditions FY 15 pdf Resources School Liaison Officers SPED Training References and Guides Latest Reports Charter School Info About Us EXPLORE Impact Aid Supplemental Program Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities Program Impact Aid for Large Scale Rebasing BRAC Program Department of Education Impact Aid Program When funds are appropriated by Congress the DoD Impact Aid for Large Scale Rebasing Program provides financial assistance to LEAs that are heavily impacted by the increase or reduction in military dependent student enrollment resulting from large scale rebasing Eligible districts have or would have had at least 20 military dependent students in average daily attendance in their schools as counted on their Federal Impact Aid application for the preceding year and have an overall increase or reduction of no less than 5 military dependent students or no less than 250 military dependent students as a direct result of large scale rebasing In an effort to determine that the cause of the increase or reduction of the military dependent student population results from large scale rebasing DoDEA verifies with each Service that one of the following four actions caused the increase or decrease in the number of military and civilian dependent students The global rebasing plan of the Department of Defense or The official creation or activation of one or more new military units or The realignment of forces as a result of the base closure process or A change in the number of housing units on a military installation Eligible LEAs will be contacted and requested to submit a Standard Form SF 3881 ACH Vendor Miscellaneous Payment Enrollment Form to DoDEA Funding awards and levels vary according to the number of eligible LEAs and their military dependent students and the amount of funding appropriated by

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  • Resources
    Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum Resources Partnership Home Contact Us Collaboration Interstate Compact AASA Toolkit DoD EDU MOU Impact Aid Supplemental Children with Severe Disabilities Program Large Scale Rebasing Grant Program Terms Conditions FY 15 pdf Resources School Liaison Officers SPED Training References and Guides Latest Reports Charter School Info About Us EXPLORE School Liaison Officers Special Education Training References and Guides Latest Reports Students at the Center Charter School Information About Learning Registry Impact Aid Program Brochure The Educational Partnership promotes quality education seamless transitions and deployment support for military students through outreach and partnership development The resources we list here whether we provide a list of school liaisons or a page of links are all related to the education of our service members children It is an important issue and many of the organization and agency relationships are cultivated to assist our families commands and education professionals toward that goal If you have a recommendation or resource please contact us at the Educational Partnership to add your information Everyone benefits when we work together to serve military families FY15 Grant Awards This section includes all of the Grant application abstracts describing grant awards for FY15 Terms and Conditions Please find the Grants Terms and Conditions for Fiscal Year FY 15 for DoDEA Grant awards as of April 2015 Special Education Professional Development Resources to Empower Students Through a contract with Cambium Learning Group the Partnership Program has developed 16 Special Education training modules available for download to school districts that serve children from military families Customizable School districts can customize each presentation to fit the needs of their schools and teachers using a facilitator guide provided for each module Recognizing that schools will have varying

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  • References and Guides
    unique educational challenges Touching Base the Department s quarterly newsletter for the military community Secretary of Education s Dear Colleague Letter on military connected children and public school attendance policy Secretary of Education s Dear Colleague Letter to financial aid administrators White House Blog Strengthening Our Commitment to Military Families Strengthening Our Military Families a White House Report Research Reports Important new guides to support students of military families Tufts University Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development Youth Nex The University of VA Center to Promote Effective Youth Development UMass response to HIDOE Addendum to the DODEA Study Addendum Response from the Hawaii Department of Education 2012 Critique of The Performance of Hawaii s Military Impacted Public Schools A Comparative Perspective 2012 Performance of Hawaii s Public Schools A Comparative Perspective Report 2011 DoDEA contracted with the University of Massachusetts UMASS in 2010 to conduct a study of whether Hawaii provided an appropriate education to school age children of military families residing on military installations in Hawaii As part of the requirements of the study UMASS provided a comparative analysis of the quality of education provided by the Hawaii public schools with that of four other similarly situated public school districts Anchorage School District Anchorage Alaska serving Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson Clover Park School District Lakewood Washington serving Joint Base Lewis McChord Travis Unified School District Fairfield California serving Travis Air Force Base and San Diego Unified School District San Diego California serving Naval Station San Diego and Marine Corps Air Station Miramar The UMASS Report concluded Hawaii is generally comparable to the other school districts studied as measured by student performance educational programs and services The study found that Hawaii and the comparable districts are home to some excellent as well as challenged public schools There is no basis to determine that Hawaii is not providing an appropriate education for school age dependents who reside on military installations in Hawaii Reports to Congress Report to Congress Assistance to LEAs 2014 Report to Congress Assistance to LEAs 2013 Charter Schools on Military Installations Report to Congress Report to Congress February 2012 Update to the Report on Assistance to Local Educational Agencies for Defense Dependents Education Report to Congress Educational Options and Performance of Military Connected School Districts 2011 Report to Congress Assistance to LEAs 2011 Report to Congress Assistance to LEAs 2010 Report to Congress Assistance to LEAs 2008 Information for Educators Responding to the Newtown Tragedy New Guide Available from NSPRA The Safe Start Center released a new toolkit for teachers and others in the educational community on children s exposure to violence Traumatic Grief in Military Children Education Communication with Parents Leveling the Playing Field for Military Connected Students Other Online References TIPS Teachers Involve Parents in Schoolwork This web site offers an overview and research supporting interactive homework and blank templates to use in designing activities There are a wealth of resources for the teacher who wants to promote interaction around school subjects Military Life Culture

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  • Latest Reports
    for assisting impacted LEAs The original intent of the report was to understand and alleviate the impact of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure BRAC on LEAs which was completed in September of 2011 While evidence of growth was realized based on Federal Impact Aid FIA data between 2006 and 2012 the total number of military dependents declined for the first time in school year SY 2012 13 Projection data from the Military Departments confirm the decrease which can be expected in the future This is the ninth such annual Department of Defense DoD update to Congress Contributors to this report include the Military Departments the Department of Education ED OEA and the Office of Military Community and Family Policy Military department projections for SY 2015 16 show a loss of nearly 7 000 military dependent students military civilian and contractors at the 63 installations reported compared with a loss of about 4 000 during SY 2014 15 at 40 installations This is the second year in a row that projections show a substantial loss in military dependents The projected change by school year is included by state Appendix 1 Military Service Appendix 2 and by growth and loss Appendix 3 This year s update also includes an analysis of seven years SY 2006 07 through 2012 13 of FIA data to identify the states and LEAs most impacted by the military Tables 1 3 as well as those states and LEAs that have experienced the most growth and loss Tables 4 6 FIA is currently the only data source identifying the LEAs military dependent students attend The key data point from the most recent year of data is a total one year loss of 26 000 military dependent students This loss of students erases nearly all of the growth over the past seven years of military dependent students Only 50 LEAs gained more than 40 students from SY 2011 12 to 2012 13 while 126 LEAs lost 40 or more military dependent students Charter Schools on Military Installations Report to Congress The Senate Appropriations Committee directed on page 15 of Senate Report 112 29 which accompanies H R 2055 the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill 2012 the Secretary of Defense to conduct a study of charter schools located on domestic military installations and report to the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress on domestic locations where charter schools could substantially improve the quality of education for children of military families while meeting the unique needs of this mostly transient population This report contains an overview of charter schools in the United States and a profile of the seven charter schools on domestic military installations In regards to the second request to identify locations where charter schools could substantially improve the quality of education local educational agencies LEAs are not required to report data on the specific schools military connected students attend and the academic performance of these students There are currently seven

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  • Charter School Information
    for Public Charter Schools NACPS reports that there were 361 charter schools considered virtual or virtual and hybrid online and face to face in 2009 10 and 451 charters with extended learning time in 2008 09 Some charter schools also require parent contracts pay teachers in part on performance and choose their own curriculums based upon the focus and or goals of the charter The National Charter School Resource Center NCSRC has a number of excellent resources including a frequently asked questions page that has more information on charter schools They also have a section specifically devoted to military families with current articles related to the charter schools on military installations as well as reports and resources The NCSRC also has a page devoted to helping individuals start a charter school that includes links to state organizations and toolkits from support organizations The Department of Defense and Charter Schools The Department of Defense Education Activity in response to the Senate Appropriations Committee Report 112 29 which accompanies H R 2055 the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill 2012 developed a report that was finalized in August 2012 on the charter schools located on military installations This report contains an overview of charter schools in the United States U S and a profile of these charter schools except LEARN 6 North Chicago which opened after the report was released The report identified a few challenges that some of the charter school founders overcame in starting the schools For example installation security requirements for off base families is a critical issue to address along with facility requirements e g new build leasing and how to serve and enroll military connected students with state requirements for open lotteries when capacity is reached There are also limitations on the activity of military personnel in starting a charter school and working in their official capacity Two other challenges that apply to anyone trying to start a charter include reduced student funding for students in charter schools and lack of facility funding The NAPCS reports that charters receive 78 of the total funding per student that normally goes to a school district Additionally many states do not provide funds for charters to obtain building space The Department of Defense is collaborating with the U S Department of Education to develop strategies for supporting individuals and parties seeking to start a charter school on a military installation Government Accountability Office Report on Charter Schools In response to a directive in a House Appropriations Committee report GAO examined 1 the characteristics and origins of charter schools on military installations and 2 the challenges charter schools on military installations have faced in starting up and continuing their operations To conduct this review GAO interviewed officials in the eight charter schools on domestic military bases and one school being planned visited two schools interviewed Education and DOD officials and reviewed relevant federal and state laws federal regulations and guidance and school federal agency and other documents

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  • All About Military K-12 Partners
    Officers SPED Training References and Guides Latest Reports Charter School Info About Us DoDEA s Educational Partnership Branch champions quality education opportunities for Military Children in pursuit of promoting continuity in academic and social support programs in military connected public school districts and Non DoD Schools The men and women who serve in our Nation s Armed Forces place a high value on education and the availability of quality educational opportunities for their children is a key quality of life measure for many military members While some active duty military families are stationed in overseas locations the majority live on or near a military installation in the U S Approximately 60 of the children of military families in the U S are school age and the majority of them nearly 80 attend public schools throughout the nation Additionally there are over 443 thousand school aged children of National Guard andReserve Members and the majority of them are also attending public schools DoDEA s Partnership branch provides information and support to increase understanding of the unique needs of military children as well as academic support to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for military children Children in military families face unique challenges that are unparalleled in the general student population As military families transition from one duty station to another children often attend many different schools In fact the average child in a military family will move six to nine times during a school career That s an average of three times more frequently than non military families Among the common stresses involved in relocating to a new school are the differences in achievement standards school protocol course offerings extracurricular activities and academic requirements DoDEA s Educational Partnership branch works collaboratively with the Department of Education in efforts to ease the transition

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