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Tool Kit for Districts

District 20% - The USDE developed this web site to show the Federal Title I allocation, 20-percent reservation for choice-related transportation and supplemental educational services and maximum per-child expenditure for supplemental educational services.

SES for Policymakers - This page offers district and state policymakers information about supplemental educational services specific to their needs.

Reach Out to Inform Parents - Click here to access a report about 'Innovations in Education: Creating Strong Supplemental Educational Services Programs, whichwas developed to give district leaders some guidance as they implement supplemental services. This report draws on examples from five diverse districts across the country whose implementation experiences yield some common themes and lessons that might be helpful to others working on supplemental services.

Tutors for Kids Tutor for Kids is a service of the Supplemental Educational Services Quality (SESQ) Center, which helps families take advantage of this opportunity to get children the extra academic help they need. The Center was established through a grant to the American Institutes for Research from the Office Of Innovation and Improvement of the U.S. Department of Education.

Roles and Responsibilities - Click here to receive specific details related to roles and responsibilities for state, district, provider, and parents.

Building Choice - This Web site is designed to help districts raise student achievement through public school choice programs. This site offers resources drawn from diverse districts across the country that have been identified as having promising practices related to choice.

Learningfirst.org - The Learning First Alliance has published A Practical Guide to Talking about No Child Left Behind and Schools in Need of Improvement and provides links to other organizations' materials.

School Matters - The School Information Partnership is a public-private collaboration designed to empower parents, educators, and policy-makers to use required No Child Left Behind (NCLB) data to make informed decisions and improve school results. Standard and Poor's created the Web site, which includes a suite of interactive analytical tools from Standard and Poor's School Evaluation Services and the National Center for Educational Accountability's Just for the Kids.