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DPI to host webinar on ESSER II & III hours of instruction data collection

by | Jul 16, 2021 | Federal Issue, Legislative Update Blog, State Issue | 0 comments

Dan Bush and Roger Kordus from the DPI School Financial Services Team will present a webinar about ESSER II & III hours of instruction data collection on Monday, July 26 from 10-11 AM. The webinar will include about 35 minutes of information covering a summary of the data collection and examples of how to compile data, with an opportunity for about 25 minutes of Q&A.

The webinar will be held using Microsoft Teams but a Microsoft account is not required to participate. Registered participants will be able to access their session through Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or the Teams app. The session will be recorded and made available afterwards.

Those wishing to participate should fill out and submit the form that can be accessed here.

PLEASE NOTE: Registrations are due Monday, July 26 at 8 AM.

Additionally, the DPI has announced that the deadline for submitting ESSER Hours of Instruction is being extended by three weeks to Friday, August 27. This will provide school districts with more time to compile and submit their hours, and more time for the DPI’s School Financial Services Team to assist with data quality, while still making additional funds available at the start of the school year.
 
More details on the ESSER II & III Hours of Instruction data collection are available here
 
Approximately 174 school districts must report hours of instruction to obtain ESSER II funds from the DPI beyond the initial Title I allocation they received if that initial allocation, which is based on the number and percentage of children from low-income families in the district, or the $100,000 per district minimum grant approved by JFC, is less than $385 per pupil.
 
Approximately 153 school districts must report hours of instruction to obtain ESSER III funds from the DPI beyond the initial Title I allocation they received if that initial allocation, which is based on the number and percentage of children from low-income families in the district, is less than $781 per pupil.
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