The objectives and purpose of the DAC are to function as an advisory council to the school
district in the operation of the Compensatory Education Program and to assure that parents
are involved in accordance with the State and Federal regulations.
Desired Outcomes of the State Compensatory Education Program
1. All students have a fair, equal, and sufficient opportunity to:
- Obtain a high-quality education.
- Reach proficiency on challenging state academic content standards and state academic assessments.
2. The local educational agency (LEA) closes the achievement gap between:
- High- and low-performing students, especially between minority and non-
- Disadvantaged students and their more advantaged peers
DAC meetings will take place in the BUSD Annex, located at 1835 Allston Way.
DAC & DELAC joint meetings will take place in the Library at Longfellow Middle School,
located at 1500 Derby Street.
Meeting time is 6:00 P.M – 7:30 P.M.
Refreshments and childcare will be provided.
November 15, 2011: DAC roles and responsibilities, review BUSD Parent
*December 13, 2011: Review Consolidated Application (part 1 and 2), importance
of regular school attendance.
*January 10, 2012: Review the District’s educational master plan, including the
LEA and SPSA plan and how they are planned, delivered,
evaluated and modified.
*February 15, 2012: School-by-school needs assessments, compliance
requirements for teachers and paraprofessionals, CPM
Compliance for EL program.
*March 13, 2012: Review categorical program budget.
*Joint meeting with District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC)