Regulatory guidance for State and Federal programs

By Rick Carder

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

(Updated 11/29/11) State and Federal program administration is governed by the regulatory and non-regulatory guidance provided by the government. The following links will connect you with the much needed guidance which will assist you with compliant implementation of your state and federal programs.


Related Links:

Federal Code of Regulations, Title 34, Education:

EDGAR, (Education Department of General Administrative Regulations):

OMB, (Office of Management and Budget) circulars

United States Code



Non Regulatory Guidance for Key Program Areas

By Staff Writer

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

If you enter "non-regulatory guidance" into the Department of Education's search engine, you get over 500 results. Determining which guidance’s are the most recent, much less useful or relevant can be daunting. To assist you, we have compiled the list of guidance’s from key program areas. If you don't see the guidance you need, please contact us at and we will find it for you!


Related Links:

Summary Final Title I Regulations

Title I Regulations Guidance

Public School Choice Guidance

Supplemental Educational Services Guidance


"Ask The Experts" Frequently Asked Questions

By Rick Carder

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Related Resources:

21st Century Community Learning Centers

LEA and School Improvement

LEP Assessment and Accountability

Safe & Drug Free Schools

Designing Schoolwide Programs

Identifying Eligible Title I Schools & Attendance Areas

Title I Fiscal Issues

Title I, Part A, Report Cards

Title I, Part A, Paraprofessionals

Title I, Part A, Parental Involvement

Title I, Part C, Education of Migratory Children

Title I, Part D, Neglected, Delinquent & At-Risk Youth

Title V, Part B, Charter Schools Program

Title VII, Part B, Education for Homeless Education and Youth

Unsafe School Choice Option

TItle IX, Part E, Uniform Provisions--Private Schools

ARRA, Title I, Part A Use of Funds

ARRA Title 1, Part A Waiver Guidance