Grants Management Resources
The Administrator’s Handbook on EDGAR – 3rd Edition!!
This handbook is the most comprehensive guide for federal education grant administrators and includes all the key documents an administrator needs to run a compliant program. The 3rd Edition includes all the updates to The Education General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) since the adoption of the Uniform Grants Guidance (2 CFR Part 200) applicable to federal education grant programs. These regulations cover all the critical cross-cutting compliance measures that federal programs must meet including, but not limited to, the application process, financial management, procurement, inventory management, time and effort, record retention, program oversight and audit resolution. The 3rd Edition of EDGAR is $35 (plus applicable shipping/handling fees). If you wish to order more than 200 books, we offer a 10% discount. Click HERE to order YOUR copy TODAY!!
Federal Education Grants Management: What Administrators Need to Know, 4th Edition (2012), written by Leigh Manasevit, Tiffany R. Winters, and Bonnie Little Graham, along with Chuck J. Edwards, published by LRP Publications.
In addition to a clear explanation of the rules and regulations under the Office and Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR), this book includes explanations of the expenditures allowed under federal grants, provides valuable insight on how to ensure costs are allowable and includes key compliance documents, such as the administrative regulations for state and local programs, OMB circulars, and relevant excerpts from the Compliance Supplement. To order a copy, click here.
Title I Resources
NEW: ESSA: Moving Toward a Well-Rounded Title I (2016), written by Leigh Manasevit, Tiffany Winters Kesslar, and Kristen Tosh Cowan, published by LRP Publications
As the long-awaited replacement for the much-aligned NCLB, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) introduces an entirely new set of rules to Title I and federal program administrators. Find out everything you need to know to implement these new requirements. To order a copy, click here.
Special Education Resources
What Do I Do When… The Answer Book on Fiscal Compliance in Special Education (2014), written by Tiffany R. Winters, published by LRP Publishing.
This first time Q&A Book on special education fiscal issues explains how IDEA funds must be spent in accordance with applicable Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR). This guide includes more than 340 plain-language Q&As that decipher the complex spending rules – and spell out the consequences of non-compliance – so you can ensure all costs are allowable and in line with program requirements. To order a copy, click here.
IDEA: New Expectations for Schools and Students, 5th Edition (2014), written by Leigh Manasevit, Tiffany R. Winters and Jennifer Segal, published by LRP Publications.
This newly updated book is the only all-in one resource you need to quickly make sense of the IDEA regulations and guidance. It gives you the essential insight you need to understand the all the programmatic and fiscal requirements under this program. To order a copy, click here.
Adult Education Resources
“The Administrator and Provider’s Guide to the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act of 2014” provides a comprehensive summary and analysis of Title II of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), which reauthorizes the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA). The Guide includes the text of the legislation, a section-by-section analysis, an overview of how the AEFLA works with other titles under the WIOA, and the text of relevant regulatory changes from the last year that impact federal grant awards. To order a copy, click here.
The One-Stop Guide to the Final WIA Regulations (published by Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC 2000)
The Perkins Act of 2006 (published by ACTE, 2006)
In addition, the Firm’s attorneys are quoted in various periodicals, including but not limited to:
- The Washington Post
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- Education Week
- Education Daily
- Title I Advisor
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