Three Things to Know about the New Title IV SSAEG Program Guidance

Earlier today, the U.S. Department of Education released non-regulatory guidance for the Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant (SSAEG) program (as authorized by Title IV, Part A of the Every Student Succeeds Act). This guidance is important, because it lays out in (debatably) human-readable language how the Department interprets the legislative language and intent of Congress in implementing specific provisions and programs in the nation’s new K-12 education law. State departments of education lawyers and staff (and savvy school district leaders) will use this guidance to move forward with their plans for implementing the SSAEG program to meet state and local needs in concert with other education policy priorities and funding plans. Vendors and other school service providers will also review the guidance to shape the development and marketing of their offerings to K-12 schools.

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