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Selecting the Right Evaluator for your 21st CCLC Program
Evaluation is essential and is a federal requirement for every Title IV-B funded program. This webinar, presented by ODE, will support Oregon Project Directors and Coordinators in identifying, interviewing and selecting the most qualified local level evaluator and provides an outline of action steps for your program evaluation and a newly required four page Program Description Report.Selecting your Evaluator webinar: PowerPoint
Selecting The Right Evaluator For Your 21st CCLC Program: PDF
Title IV-B Monitoring, Annual Reports and Grant Amendment
This page provides links and resources related
to 21st Century Community Learning Centers (Title IV-B) Monitoring,
annual reports and Authorized Grant Amendment Procedures and forms.
21st CCLC Required Reports
Required reports for 21st Century Community Learning Center programs in Oregon.
Start with SMART: Writing Effective Goals for Reports and Plans
PowerPoint from a webinar held on June 8th which covered
strategies to enhance program goals and strengthen continuous quality
improvement by using the SMART goal process.
Title IV, Part B, "Carryover" Instructions
“Carryover” is the term often used to refer to funds that have not been spent as originally obligated by the Title IV-B sub-grantee.
Attached is the process for requesting Carry-Over also known as a “No Cost Extension.”
Pay particular attention to page 2 of this document. If you want to
request carry over please follow the process as described and send the
to Ron Speck at email@example.com.
|ODE End of Grant Toolkit 2018|