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New Mexico Seeks Proposal Readers, April 22, 2002
DO YOU CAPTURE "DAY SCHOOL MONEY" FOR STUDENTS WHO ATTEND ADULT EDUCATION?, April 24, 2002

 

NAEPDC

News, Views, and Clues

April 22, 2002

New Mexico Seeks Proposal Readers

Lena Trujillo-Chavez, the Interim New Mexico State Director, is seeking readers for her adult education proposals.  She is soliciting state directors and state staff members from other states to be readers—an excellent opportunity to see first hand how another state runs its competition.

The 25 page paper copies of the proposals are due in her office on May 17. She will express mail them with rating sheets to the readers with a return date of June 1.  She can pay $50 per proposal with a maximum of five (5) proposals per reader--if you have time to read more than that, let her know.

If you or a staff member is interested in serving as a reader, please email Lena directly at ltrujillo@sde.state.nm.us  or if you have questions, call her at 505-827-6670.
 

NAEPDC
News, Views, and Clues

April 24, 2002

DO YOU CAPTURE "DAY SCHOOL MONEY" FOR STUDENTS WHO ATTEND ADULT EDUCATION?

States use a variety of procedures (Average Daily Membership (ADM), Average Daily Attendance (ADA), Average Number Belonging (ANB)) to determine funding for day school students. 

Becky Bird, your colleague in Montana, would like to hear from states that capture those funds for students who attend adult education programs.

Are adult education students under age 22 eligible for ADM?  Do you have some other policy or legislation that pushes ADM funds to adult education? 

Please email any information you have directly to Becky at bbird@state.mt.us and copy me so I can add that information to our resource file.

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