Supplemental Educational Services
» Vital Information on SES
» New Jersey Specific Information
- 2014-2015 – No New SES Provider Applications
- 2013-2014 – No New SES Provider Applications
- 2012-2013 NJ Approved SES Providers
- 2011-2012 NJ Approved SES Providers
- 2010-2011 NJ Approved SES Providers
- SES Per Pupil Allocation (PPA) by District
» Toolkits and Samples
- Sample - Individual Learning Plan
- Sample - Student Progress Report
- Sample - Summary Progress Report
- Sample - The Benefits of SES Tutoring
» Miscellaneous Resources
NO NEW SES APPLICATIONS FOR 2014-15
The Office of Title I has received new guidance governing the Supplemental Educational Services (SES) program in New Jersey.
Title I districts without Priority and Focus Schools will no longer be required to set aside 20% of their Title I allocation to offer SES and/or public school choice transportation to students in their low performing schools. However, districts may opt to continue offering individual tutoring as a potential intervention for students in their schools who are not achieving proficiency. For these districts, the waiver gives them the flexibility to identity and contract with providers of tutoring services to work with their low-performing students. For the 2012-2013 school year, the NJDOE will maintain its list of state-approved providers of SES to facilitate the process for districts to identify providers of tutoring services.
On February 9, 2012, the United States Department of Education (USDE) awarded the New Jersey Department of Education an ESEA Flexibility Waiver for the academic year starting September 1, 2012. Reference to the SES program is included in the waiver. A copy of the State’s approved waiver application is located on the USDE’s web page at: http://www.ed.gov/esea/flexibility/requests.
- During the current school year (2011-2012) there are no changes to the SES program.
- At this time, the New Jersey Department of Education is not offering a 2012-2013 Application to accept new SES Providers.
- Additional information about the New Jersey SES program is evolving as the State prepares to implement the waiver strategies in 2012-2013.
- When plans are clarified, the New Jersey Department of Education will communicate directly with all Title I districts and approved SES Providers.
As updates become available, they will be posted here.
Ms. Peggy Gills Porche