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Improving America's Schools Act (IASA)

REVISION TO FY 2002 IASA APPLICATION AND GUIDELINES
FOR TITLE IV

The information below revises the FY 2002 IASA Guidelines for Title IV. Substitute the information provided below:

  • On page VIII-29:

PRINCIPLE ONE: Needs Assessment: "In this year’s assessment, provide a narrative that updates the appropriate Goal of the application as it pertains to…..

  • On page VIII-48:

Required Elements for Title IV - IASA 4115(b)(2)

Goal I of the Program Plan:

The LEA's materials, programs and activities for providing instruction in the Core Curriculum Content Standards for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education: 1) Standard 2.3: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs; 2) Standard 2.2: Personal and Interpersonal Life Skills; and 3) Standard 2.1: Health Promotion, Disease Prevention and Health-Enhancing Behaviors.

Goal II of the Program Plan:

The LEA's professional development strategies which support achievement of the Core Curriculum Content Standards for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education: 1) Standard 2.3: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs; 2) Standard 2.2: Personal and Interpersonal Life Skills; and 3) Standard 2.1: Health Promotion, Disease Prevention and Health-Enhancing Behaviors.

Goal III of the Program Plan:

The programs, services and activities which support the LEA's comprehensive program of drug and violence prevention and intervention, which is designed for all students (ages 5-17) and employees to achieve the following purposes:

prevent the use, possession and distribution of tobacco, alcohol and illegal drugs for students and prevent the illegal use, possession and distribution of such substances by employees;

prevent violence and promote school safety; and

create a disciplined environment conducive to learning.

Goal IV of the Program Plan:

The programs, services and activities implemented to support the LEA's comprehensive program of drug and violence prevention and intervention which promote the involvement of parents and coordination with community groups and agencies, including the distribution of information about the LEA's substance abuse and safety needs, goals and programs.