Federal Education Programs: Evaluation, Research and Technical Assistance
Sound results done the right way.
FedNet offers a number of services. Fed Net provides training and technical assistance designed to support positive outcomes for low-income students, including migratory students, students experiencing homelessness, and students who are neglected, delinquent or otherwise at academic risk. The Network assists district level administrators and school-based administrators as they implement the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA). The goal of Fed Net is that overall services to these students will be enhanced and that increased student performance will result.
Who can join?
Any school district
Who should join?
District staff who handle ESEA funding and programs, and need a helping hand with these complex requirements.
When do services start?
The membership year is September 1 – August 30 each year.
Who belongs to FedNet?
Currently, only districts in Region I of Florida belong to FedNet. However, we hope that will change soon.
Who are the experts behind Fed Net?
Ethica is run by Drs. Cheryl L. Sattler and John H. Lockwood. Cheryl has 20 years' experience in Federal education policy and practice, specializing in Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. John has 20 years' experience in education research and technical assistance, including school audits and school improvement. Both are experienced program evaluators.
How much does it cost? Fees are based on the number of low-income children in a school district, resulting in a sliding scale, as follows:
If your district enrolls
Annual dues would be
Under 1,000 low-income children
1,000-3,499 low-income children
3,500 – 17,999 low-income children
18,000-59,999 low-income children
60,000+ low-income children
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