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SES & School Choice

Supplemental Educational Services and School Choice Regulations

II-CE 16. An LEA with schools in PI must prominently display on its Web site, in a timely manner, the following: (34 CFR § 200.39 (c)(1).)

(a) The number of students who were eligible for and the number of students who participated in public school choice and SES, beginning with data from the 2007–08 school year and each subsequent school year.
(b) For the current school year, a list of SES providers approved by the state to serve the LEA and the locations where services are provided.
(c) For the current school year, a list of available schools to which students eligible to participate in public school choice may transfer.

What are Supplemental Educational Services (SES)?

Low-income families are eligible to receive Supplemental Education Services if the child is from a low income family attending a Title I school that has been designated by the state to be in need of improvement for more than one year.  All North Monterey County Unified School District Elementary Schools fit these criteria.  The term "supplemental educational services" refers to free extra academic help, such as tutoring or remedial help, that is provided to students in subjects such as reading, language arts, and math.  This extra help is provided after school.  If funding is insufficient to serve all applicants, the District will establish a priority list based on the lowest achieving eligible children.

The California Department of Education identifies organizations that qualify to provide these services.  Providers of supplemental educational services may include nonprofit entities, for-profit entities, local educational agencies, public schools, public charter schools, private schools, public or private institutions of higher education, and faith-based organizations.  Entities that would like to be included on the list of eligible providers must contact CDE and meet the criteria established by the state to be considered for the list of eligible providers.