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Grants Administration
Fiscal Compliance Special Education for ISDs and Charter Schools: Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Fiscal Year 2018 Compliance Analysis



Fiscal and Programmatic topics related to the administration of grants


Important Session Information:


This is the version for attending in person. If you wish to attend via ZOOM (webinar), please register for session #55712 instead.

 

Maintenance of Effort (MOE) is a federal fiscal requirement for any local educational agency (LEA, which includes independent school districts and open-enrollment charter schools), that receives Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Part B (IDEA-B) funds.

The MOE requirement is applicable as well to members of a special education shared services arrangement (SSA) whose Fiscal Agent receives the IDEA-B funds on their behalf.

This free workshop will provide participants an opportunity to determine their Fiscal Year 2018 IDEA-B MOE Preliminary Compliance.

All participants will have an opportunity to perform a guided hands-on activity for understanding how to determine preliminary compliance, using sample data.

ESC-20 will also provide one set of LEA-specific data reports for each Region 20 LEA represented (if you register by March 18, 2019).

If you are from an LEA outside of Region 20, please contact Denise Dusek for a list of documents to bring to the workshop, if you are interested in using local data for the compliance analysis.

Please bring your laptop to the workshop. Laptops will be provided for participants who are unable to bring their own.

Lunch on your own.

CPE/CEU INFORMATION for CPAs and TASBO-Certified Participants:

CPE: ESC-20 is registered with the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy (TSBPA) as a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) sponsor. This registration does not constitute an endorsement by the Board as to the quality of our CPE program. Additional information or complaints regarding provision of CPE credits may be requested from TSBPA through its website: www.tsbpa.texas.gov or phone (512) 305-7800.

CEU: ESC-20 is an approved provider of Continuing Education (CEU) hours with the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO). Additional information or complaints regarding provision of CEU credits may be requested from TASBO through its website: www.tasbo.org or phone (512) 462-1711.

Recommended Credit Hours: CPAs and TASBO-certified participants, who attend in person, may earn approximately 5 credit hours. These participants must sign in and out on a specialized sign-in sheet and will receive a specialized certificate of attendance via email from ESC-20. The specialized certificate aligns with the requirements of TSBPA and TASBO and awards credit hours based on 50-minute contact hours for content time only. CPAs and TASBO-certified participants should use the specialized certificates of attendance (rather than the Connect20 certificates) to report earned credit hours to TSBPA or TASBO.

Course Requisites: None

Instructional Delivery Method: Live Program - Workshop [Please note: Participants who attend via webinar (if the session offers webinar attendance) rather than in person will not be awarded these special CPE/CEU credit hours since ESC-20 does not have the capability of monitoring virtual attendance.]

Proposed Audience: Business Managers, Fiscal Staff, Special Education Directors

Contact Information: For assistance with registration, cancellation, or refund policies, please contact ESC-20 Central Registration at (210) 370-5671 or email: registration@esc20.net

 

Registration for this session has ended
Session ID:
50413
Credits Available:
(5.5) Clock Hours
Seats Available:
73
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Denise Dusek
Instructor(s):
Denise Dusek
Date Time Location
3/25/2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Education Service Center Region 20 - Laurel Magnolia Rooms
1314 Hines, San Antonio, 78208


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