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Our experienced team of Title I editors and reporters assemble and analyze all of the latest Title I program guidance and regulatory news to help administrators like you stay ahead of key issues that affect the planning of your Title I program now and in the busy months ahead. The Title I Handbook is easy to use and regularly updated.
With the Title I Handbook, you can:
• Make the best decisions for your program. We answer all our critical questions so you can choose the best path for your district.
• Stay ahead of other grantees with information on new program funding, new requirements, new opportunities, new legislation, and new regulations.
• Avoid pitfalls with clearly explained reporting and testing requirements.
• Save time with our easy and quick online access so you can get up-to-date answers anytime, anywhere.
• Access our online Policy Letter Database and easily search guidances from the U.S. Department of Education to answer your toughest questions.
• Receive email alerts so that you can have instant notice of new laws, updates on key administrative changes, court cases, and other important Title I news.
• Ask for help. Subscribers can call the editor with unanswered questions on Title I issues.
Title I Handbook is your key source for understanding the new Title I law. This respected, comprehensive guide gives you the program leadership and management skills to survive the flood of new requirements and guidance.
When you subscribe to the Title I Handbook, you get answers to your critical questions you need to make the best decisions for your program. Every information-packed update keeps you on top of new program funding ... new requirements ... new opportunities ... new legislation ... and new regulations:
• Allocation Formula Information
• Schoolwide Programs
• Reporting Requirements
• New Testing Requirements
• Accountability Mandates
• Waivers and Flexibility
• Reading First and Migrant Education
• And much more!
- Two-volume manual
- Updates (4 updates)
- Editor Letters
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Andrew Brownstein has been editor of the Title I Monitor since 2003. He also manages Title I-Derland, a blog devoted to all aspects of federal K-12 education policy, and contributes to several other education-related publications for Thompson Information Services. Previously, he served as students editor of the Chronicle of Higher Education. He has also written for the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Des Moines Register and the Albany Times-Union. He graduated from the University of Iowa in 1994 with a B.A. in English and journalism.
Charles J. Edwards is Executive Editor of Thompson Information Services' federal education publications. Mr. Edwards has over 25 years of experience writing about education and education-related topics, including Title I, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and regulations governing administration of federal programs for public schools. Most recently, he co-authored Federal Education Grants Management, the only book devoted specifically to the unique requirements of U.S. Department of Education grants. He graduated from Notre Dame in 1976 with a B.A. in history (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa).
Michael Brustein, Esq., a founding partner of Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC, served as an attorney adviser to the former United States Office of Education, and Chief of the Adult and Vocational Education Branch in the HEW Office of General Counsel�s Education Division. Mr. Brustein served on the transition team to establish the United States Education Department. Following the opening of the new federal department in May 1980, he founded Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC, with Leigh Manasevit in July 1980.
Since that time, the firm has worked with all 50 states, many school districts, postsecondary institutions, and national education organizations on issues related to federal support of education and workforce development. Over this period Mr. Brustein has been recognized as one of the nation�s leading experts on federal grants management and audit resolution, as well as workforce education and development issues.
Leigh M. Manasevit, Esq., has practiced education law since 1974. He is a founding partner of Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC, a law practice that addresses legal issues involving educational institutions at all levels. Mr. Manasevit has worked extensively on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. He has advised and trained schools, districts, states and private providers on ESEA and frequently served as a keynote speaker at organizations of Title I professionals. Recently, Mr. Manasevit successfully represented New Mexico in Zuni Public School District 89 v. Department of Education before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Tiffany R. Winters, Esq., assists clients across the country with fiscal and programmatic aspects of federal education programs. Ms. Winters provides legal advice on the implementation of education programs and the requirements of the Office of Management and Budget Circulars and other administrative regulations, such as the Education Department General Administrative Regulations and General Education Provisions Act. Ms. Winters conducts trainings and mock monitoring visits of state and local educational agencies for fiscal and programmatic compliance.