Cep updating

05-Jun-2016 08:05

Identified Students include those whose families participate in other federal programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), where their incomes have already been thoroughly scrutinized, and those who are identified by other programs as extremely vulnerable, such as programs for homeless and migrant children.CEP is designed to ensure access to school meals by students from low-income families and simplify administration of the school meal programs by eliminating the use of applications to collect family income information and the need to track children by eligibility category in the lunchroom.This policy guidance describes a range of options available to states and LEAs administering CEP and Title I programs, with the intention of assuring that CEP can expand with minimal interference with Title I.Implementation of CEP by LEAs and schools has important implications for the largest federal K-12 education program — Education for the Disadvantaged under Title I, Part A, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).The most important implications relate to allocation of Title I funds among schools and Title I policies requiring schools to be accountable for these funds by reporting achievement levels specifically for students from low-income families and taking appropriate actions when those achievement levels are inadequate.If you are running Windows XP SP2 or earlier or can't install the framework version 4.0 please run Vectir server v3.4.This version is available under the earlier server versions link below.This letter was supplemented by policy letters to some of the individual states implementing CEP, but concerns arose about whether that guidance was sufficient to resolve all potential Title I issues associated with CEP implementation.

The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 created a new option, known as the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), for how schools can operate the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.Under CEP, free meals are provided to students at participating schools for four years.