3. Government Programs
ACSI Articles and Forms
- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) In Private Schools
- No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
- The Government and Faith-Based Initiatives
- Enhance Professional-Development Opportunities for Staff Through Accessing Federal Programs
- 2014 Letter on ACSI and Title II Part A Equitable Services from Maureen Dowling at DOE
- Government Programs and Funding—A Risk to Pursue or Avoid?
- Observations on the Federally Funded Preschool Development Grants
- Government Programs: Should Christian Schools Participate?
- ACSI Position on Common Core Standards
- ACSI Position on Government Reporting
- ACSI Position on Participation in Government Programs
Other Helpful Resources
- CAPE. The Council for American Private Education (CAPE) is a coalition of national organizations and state affiliates serving private elementary and secondary schools. CAPE often functions as the collective voice/representative of private education in the United States. ACSI is a board member.
- Office of Non-Public Education. ONPE is the official liaison to the non-public school community for the U.S. Department of Education. Part of its missions is to foster maximum participation of non-public school students and teachers in federal education programs and initiatives.ONPE also runs a listserv with relevant updates for private schools.
- Private Schools and the No Child Left Behind Act. A resource from CAPE covering each section of the law as it pertains to private schools.
- State Regulation of Private Schools. The U.S. Department of Education keeps a catalog of state-reported laws and regulations of private education for each state. You will find a 2009 version including all 50 states and an interactive U.S. map where updates are being made on a regular basis.
Please contact us with Helpful Resource suggestions.
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