U.S. Department of Education Office of Safe and Healthy Students Title IV, Part A, Student Support & Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Program State Coordinators Kick-Off Meeting

Event Date: 
January 09, 2018 - 08:30am EST to January 10, 2018 - 12:30pm EST

On January 9-10, 2018, the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS) led a convening in Washington, DC with 48 Program State Coordinators from across the United States and outlying areas. During the one day and a half meeting, Title IV, Part A, Student Support & Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Program State Coordinators learned and discussed SSAE program implementation, monitoring, and reporting; shared their approaches to the SSAE program; conversed about resources and technical assistance available to States; and built networks with fellow State Coordinators and federal staff.

Meeting Materials

Below are the materials that were distributed and discussed during the meeting. These materials include the agenda with links to session recordings and presentation slides; handouts and links to help States as they administer the Title IV, Part A, SSAE program; other related resources; and contact information.

Screenshot of the Agenda US Department of Education Logo

Download  Agenda

Download The Office of General Counsel Q & A

Data on How SEAs Are Implementing Title IV, Part A, SSAE Funds

During the meeting, participants shared information on how they are administering their Title IV, Part A, SSAE funds to-date. As of January 10:

  • Most States are choosing to distribute Title IV, Part A, SSAE funds by formula.
    See Figure 1.
  • Most States have released their 2018 application for Title IV, Part A, SSAE funding.
    See Figure 2.
  • Most States have awarded SSAE Title IV, Part A, SSAE funding to States.
    See Figure 3.

    Figure 1

    *Data represents 43 of the 46 SEAs present.

    Figure 2

    * Data represents 44 of the 46 SEAs present. One State is counted twice since it is implementing two application processes.

    Figure 3

    *Data represents 43 of the 46 SEAs present.