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  Federal Programs Monitoring

​Federal regulations and administrative procedures require that the state educational agency (SEA) monitor the implementation of program requirements and the expenditure of federal funds. Monitoring of federal programs is conducted to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education. Monitoring emphasizes accountability for using resources wisely. It serves as a vehicle for the Georgia Dep​artment of Education (Department) to help LEAs achieve high-quality implementation of educational programs.  

Georgia Department of Education’s Federal Programs monitoring process consists of six major components:   

 Program Requirements

  • Monitoring of Expenditures
  • Single Audit
  • Physical Inventory Monitoring
  • On-Site Monitoring
  • Self-Monitoring
  • Desktop Monitoring of Approved LEA Budgets​

Monitoring Resources​

    • ​Monitoring Overview - Overarching Indicators that Apply to All Programs (starts at 2:00)
    • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) (starts at 1:00:00)
    • Title I, Part A (starts at 1:30:00)
    • Title I, Part A – Parent and Family Engagement (starts at 2:15:00)
    • Title I, Part A – Notice to Parents (starts at 2:45:00)
    • School Improvement Grants (starts at 3:00:00)
    • McKinney-Vento and Foster Care (starts at 3:45:00)
    • Neglected and Delinquent and Rural Education Initiative (starts at 4:15:00)
    • Title IV, Part A (starts at 4:45:00)
    • Title II, Part A (starts at 5:15:00)
    • Professional Qualifications, Data Verification and PLPs/PLGs (starts at 5:30:00)
    • Title III, Part A (starts at 6:00:00)
    • Title I, Part C (starts at 6:30:00)