Overview of the Department of Education Non-Regulatory Guidance: Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Grants

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Add to Calendar 2017-01-12 14:00:00 2017-01-12 14:00:00 Overview of the Department of Education Non-Regulatory Guidance: Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Grants The Office of Safe and Healthy Students invites you to participate in the first webinar of a series of webinars on the U.S. Department of Education’s recently issued “Non-Regulatory Guidance on the Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Grants.” The SSAE program is authorized under Title IV, Part A of ESSA.  Click here to access the Guidance and related resources: http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/essa/essassaegrantguid10212016.pdf. During this webinar, David Esquith, Director of OSHS will provide an introduction to the SSAE Non-Regulatory Guidance.  Next, Paul Kesner, Group Leader of OSHS’s Safe Supportive Schools unit, will provide an overview of (1) the role of the State Educational Agency; (2) local application requirements; and (3) implementing effective SSAE program activities.  Then, OSHS program unit leaders-- Eve Birge, Bryan Williams, and Norris Dickard-- will provide an overview of allowable activities to support well-rounded educational opportunities, safe and healthy students, and effective use of technology.  More Information For more information, including background on the SSAE grant program, and to register for other Webinars in the SSAE Webinar Series, go to https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/resources/essa-title-iv-part-student-support-and-academic-enrichment-non-regulatory-guidance-webinar.  Approximately one week after each Webinar, the website will have a link to the Webinar recording and slides. Questions If you have questions about the SSAE Grants Program Non-Regulatory Guidance, submit them to: OESE.OSHS.TITLE IV-A@ed.gov. Registration To register for this Webinar, click below.  After registering you will receive an email, confirming your registration. Information on how to log in will be sent by noon EST the day of the event. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The Office of Safe and Healthy Students hosted the first webinar of a series of webinars on the U.S. Department of Education’s recently issued “Non-Regulatory Guidance on the Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Grants.” The SSAE program is authorized under Title IV, Part A of ESSA. 

Click here to access the Guidance and related resources(in the appendix): http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/essa/essassaegrantguid10212016.pdf. The Appendix of the Non-Regulatory Guidance lists many examples of resources that educators, parents, advocates, administrators, and others may find helpful, and use at their discretion, with respect to implementing the SSAE program..

During this webinar, David Esquith, Director of OSHS provided an introduction to the SSAE Non-Regulatory Guidance.  Next, Paul Kesner, Group Leader of OSHS’s Safe Supportive Schools unit, provided an overview of (1) the role of the State Educational Agency; (2) local application requirements; and (3) implementing effective SSAE program activities.  Then, OSHS program unit leaders-- Eve Birge, Bryan Williams, and Norris Dickard-- provided an overview of allowable activities to support well-rounded educational opportunities, safe and healthy students, and effective use of technology. 

More Information

For more information, including background on the SSAE grant program, and to register for other Webinars in the SSAE Webinar Series, go to https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/resources/essa-title-iv-part-student-support-and-academic-enrichment-non-regulatory-guidance-webinar.  Approximately one week after each Webinar, the website will have a link to the Webinar recording and slides.

Questions

If you have questions about the SSAE Grants Program Non-Regulatory Guidance, submit them to: OESE.OSHS.TITLE IV-A@ed.gov.

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