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Federal and state program coordination.

(1) School districts may coordinate federal, state, and local programs in order to serve the maximum number of students who are below grade level in basic skills.
(2) Subject to guidelines provided by the United Stated Department of Education, districts with schoolwide buildings may use Title I, Part A funds to meet the requirement to focus first on students in kindergarten through fourth grade who are deficient in reading or literacy skills. Districts opting to use Title I, Part A funds in combination with or in place of learning assistance program funds must meet the requirements of chapter 28A.165 RCW, including implementing best practice strategies according to RCW 28A.165.035 and completing all reporting requirements outlined in this chapter.
(3) Students receiving assistance in another special needs program may also be served in the learning assistance program if they meet student eligibility and selection requirements as identified in WAC 392-162-032 and 392-162-080.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.165.075 and 28A.150.290. WSR 16-16-078, § 392-162-100, filed 7/29/16, effective 9/1/16. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.300.070. WSR 07-02-015, § 392-162-100, filed 12/21/06, effective 1/21/07. Statutory Authority: 1987 c 478. WSR 87-22-001 (Order 87-14), § 392-162-100, filed 10/22/87. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.41.408. WSR 84-14-038 (Order 84-21), § 392-162-100, filed 6/28/84.]
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