No Child Left Behind: how can we increase parental awareness of supplemental education services? : hearing before the Committee on Education and the Workforce, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, September 21, 2006, Volume 4
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3.—ESTIMATED ALLOCATIONS ACTUAL FY2006 GRANTS addition adequate yearly progress Ashby AUTHORIZED AMOUNT COMPARED Brown Chairman MCKEON Chicago Public Schools Child Left code LEA name committee COMPARED TO ACTUAL Congressman Davis of California Department of Education Dollonne EAST GRAND FORKS EDUCATION ACT ESEA Education Industry Association EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES LEAs effective ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY eligible students enrollment ensure Estimated New Money evaluation federal FULL AUTHORIZED AMOUNT full authorized level FY2005 grant Estimated grant at full HERMANTOWN implementation issue LAKE LEA code LEA LEA name Actual LESTER PRAIRIE McCollum of Minnesota Minnesota monitoring MURRAY COUNTY name Actual FY2005 NCLB NCLBA NORMAN COUNTY notify parents number of students Office outreach parental notification PEQUOT LAKES percent of districts RENVILLE COUNTY required to offer school choice school districts SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT student achievement supplemental educational services supplemental services TABLE 1.—ESTIMATED ALLOCATIONS Thank Title I funds viders Woolsey