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General Information

Overview of SES
This overview of the supplemental educational services provides the goal of the service, defines 'eligible children' and 'state-approved providers', and provides information regarding the selection process and funding.

Roles and Responsibilities
This link gives specific details related to roles and responsibilities for state, district, provider, and parents.

Facts and Figures
This page provides helpful information for evaluation and monitoring and lists advantages of supplemental educational services and possible SES locations.

Eligible Schools are Required to Offer NCLB School Choice Options
A district-by-district list of schools that must offer public school choice to all students enrolled in Title I schools that have been identified for school improvement, corrective action, or restructuring.

No Child Left Behind, Public Law
This page provides two different sections - the entire document and Title I, Part A- of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act 2001. NCLB has been enacted to close the achievement gap with accountability, flexibility, and choice.

Title I Federal Regulations
Federal Regulations for Title I is a guidance for governing the programs under Title I, parts A, C and D of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) 1965. This document provides guidance to assist with implementation of the NCLB Act 2001.

Section 1008.331, Florida Statutes
Attached is a copy of Section 1008.331, Florida Statutes, which includes new information about incentives, responsibilities of school district and provider, compliance, penalties for noncompliance and reallocation of funds.

Information Regarding SES Rule Development
SES and the proposed Rule 6A-1.039, the Florida Department of Education (DOE), and the Bureau of Public School Options (BPSO) are holding three regional Rule Development Workshops.

Non-Regulatory Guidance (Word)
The Non-Regulatory Guidance includes a number of questions that address issues based on experiences gained from the implementation of Title I supplemental educational services.

Outreach Organizations
Click here to learn more about different outreach organizations that provide information about supplemental educational services.

Additional Web Sites and Resources
This web site provides additional information for general assistance, such as brochures, posters, publications and other resources.

Conference Calls
This link will allow you to access agendas and notes of conference calls held with school districts and state-approved SES providers.

SES Complaint Form (Word, 50KB)
This link will direct you to the SES complaint form and may only be used for submitting complaints regarding state-approved SES providers.
The form must be printed, completed entirely, and include an original signature, then mailed to:

Florida Department of Education
Suite 301, Office of Public School Options
325 W. Gaines St.
Tallahassee, Fl., 32399

Frequently Asked Questions
This site provides questions and answers related to such topics as definition of supplemental educational services and adequate yearly progress, eligibility, and funding.