State Compensatory Education
The goal of the State Compensatory Education (SCE)Â programÂ is to provide funding to reduce disparity in performance on assessment instruments or disparity in the rates of high school completion between educationally disadvantaged students, at-risk students, and all other students. The purpose of the SCE program is to increase academic achievement and reduce the dropout rate for these students by providing supplemental programs and services. Â
Statutes and correspondence related to the SCE program are listed below.
- °Õ³ó±ðÌý, relates to satisfactory performance on state assessment instruments and providing accelerated instruction to certain students.
- °Õ³ó±ðÌý, defines the purpose of the SCE program and the statutory criteria for determining if a student is at risk of dropping out of high school.
- °Õ³ó±ðÌý, allows school districts and charter schools to fund mentoring programs with SCE funds.
- °Õ³ó±ðÌý, provides the method for °Ä²Ê¿ª½±Íø to calculate school district and charter school allotments and establishes certain additional uses for SCE funds.
- Â is related to the eligible student count for the compensatory education allotment.
Campus and District Improvement Plans
School districts and charter schools with an annual SCE allotment of $750,000 or greater must submit two campus improvement plans to °Ä²Ê¿ª½±Íø on or before the date that falls 150 days after the final PEIMS midyear collection resubmission date. (The 150th day after the last day permissible to send data for the PEIMS data midyear collection resubmission.)
Expenditures of SCE funds must do all of the following:
- support the intent and purpose of the program;
- be allowable under statute and guidance; and
- be directly related to specific interventions identified in the appropriate district and campus improvement plans.
Campus improvement plans must be reviewed and revised annually. Requirements for plans, including who should be included in the planning process, are found in theÂ , for district-level planning and theÂ , for campus-level planning. Submit the district plan only if significant and supporting SCE information is included in the plan.
Plans for the 2021-2022Â school year must be submitted through the AUDIT application in the system on or before Friday, July 10, 2023.
Access to the °Ä²Ê¿ª½±Íø Login (°Ä²Ê¿ª½±ÍøL) systemâ€™s AUDIT application with the role of Charter AFR User, Charter AFR and Depository Contract User, ISD User, orÂ ISD AFR and Depository Contract UserÂ is required to upload plans. The naming conventions and submission instructionsÂ can be found beginning on page five of the Electronic Report Submission StandardsÂ (PDF, 1,182 KB) manual found on the Electronic SubmissionsÌý·É±ð²ú±è²¹²µ±ð.Ìý
If submitting the District Improvement Plan, it should have the file name beginning with the school's six-digit county-district number, followed by the letter "t", and end with the last digit of the fiscal year (i.e., 123456t2).
The Campus Improvement Plans should have the file name beginning with the school's six-digit county-district number plus the three-digit campus number, followed by the letter "p", and end with the last digit of the fiscal year (i.e.,Â 123456789p2). The submission of the SCE evaluation is only required for campuses with an at-risk percentage of 59 percent or for F-rated campuses.
The SCE evaluation is named with the school's six-digit county-district number, followed by the letter "e", and end with the last digit of the fiscal year (i.e., 123456e2).
Uploading the plans:
- Log into °Ä²Ê¿ª½±ÍøL and selectÂ AuditÂ from the application listing.
- Select IMPORT Audit Data from the menu.
- Click on the Display button.
- On the import screen, roll the year to 2022Â (upper right corner) if it is displaying 2023.
- The SCE section is located towards the bottom of the page.
- Each file should be submitted separately.
- Use the browse button to locate the file on your computer.
- Click onÂ the Upload Now button at the bottom of the page to submit the file.
- The system should display a successful/unsuccessful upload message and email the same message to the email addressÂ associated withÂ the submitter'sÂ °Ä²Ê¿ª½±ÍøL account.
- Return to the import screen to submit the next file.
- At any time, the submitter can use the VIEW District Status menu option, after rolling back theÂ year to 2021-2022, to view the submissions made.Â
Refer to the Financial Accountability System Resource Guide (FASRG) Module 6, Section 6.2.2 (PDF, 917 KB)Â for more detailed information about the campus and district improvement plans and charter instructional plans.
Frequently Asked Questions
- State Compensatory Education Frequently Asked Questions - Updated 10/26/2021Â (PDF, 734 KB)
- 2021-2022 87th Texas Legislature Impact on State Compensatory Education Program Frequently Asked Questions - Updated October 15, 2021 (PDF, 208 KB)
Sample Letters, Forms, and Instructions
- Alternative Compensatory Education Allotment Reporting Procedures (PDF, 81 KB)
- Alternative Compensatory Education Allotment Reporting Procedures (Word, 17 KB)
- 2022-2023Â Form SF-141R08 - English (Word, 45Â KB)
- 2022-2023Â Form SF-141R08 - English (PDF, 331Â KB)
- 2022-2023Â Form SF-141R208 - Spanish (Word, 57Â KB)
- 2022-2023Â Form SF-141R208 - Spanish (PDF, 182Â KB)
- 2022-2023Â Income Eligibility Guidelines (PDF, 258Â KB)
Other Contacts and Resources
|For questions about
uploading district and campus improvement plans in °Ä²Ê¿ª½±ÍøL's AUDIT
free and reduced school lunch or community eligibility provision
federal fiscal and program requirements
Web: Â Department of Grant ComplianceÂ and Administration ·¡³¾²¹¾±±ô:ÌýÂ firstname.lastname@example.org