The NDDPI is required by federal law to monitor local Title I, Title II, Title III, Title IV, Private School Equitable Services, English Learners, Homeless, and Foster Care programs to ensure compliance with programmatic and fiscal regulations.
The following districts are scheduled to participate in the 2022-2023 Federal Title Programs Monitoring process. Correspondence will be emailed to each district in mid-November.
- Barnes County North
- Bowman County
- Burke Central
- Central Valley
- Eight Mile
- Enderlin Area
- Grand Forks
- Lewis & Clark-Berthold
- Mt. Pleasant
- New England
- North Border
- Park River Area
- West Fargo
- Williston Basin #7
View the full Federal Title Programs Monitoring Matrix for a five-year cycle.
Each district will complete and submit the 2022-2023 Federal Programs Monitoring Guide along with correlating evidence and documentation. All monitoring submissions must be uploaded to the Federal Title Monitoring report in STARS. The window to submit documentation is November 29, 2022, through January 19, 2023. Please clearly label each submission (e.g., D01, TA02, SW03, etc.) and upload documentation to the designated folder in the Federal Title Monitoring report. The report window closes on January 19, 2023, and districts that fail to submit on time can expect an NDDPI site visit by program staff to complete the monitoring process.
Personalized Technical Assistance
The NDDPI has scheduled personalized technical assistance for each district to discuss programs, best practices, and district compliance. Based on the results of the initial review, this could be a virtual call or an in-person site visit.
- District Administration D01-D21 (includes District Administration, Fiscal, Title I District Administration, Private School Equitable Services)
- Title II District Administration D22-D25
- English Learners EL01-EL21
- Foster Care FC01-FC05
- Homeless H01-H06
- Title I Private School Program P01-P13
- Title I Schoolwide SW01-SW15
- Title I Targeted Assistance TA01-TA14
- Title IV SSAE01-SSAE06