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Mathematics and Reading Professional Development

NOTE: The application due date for this program has passed.

Funding Description

Note: Much of the information provided below is outdated. Funding for this program is now unrestricted pursuant to SBX3 4 (Chapter 12, Statutes of 2009), enacted in February 2009. For additional information, please refer to the Action on 2008 and 2009 Budget Acts Web page.

Mathematics and Reading Professional Development (SB 472, formerly AB 466) is a reimbursement program that provides funds to local educational agencies (LEAs) for completed teacher professional development in mathematics and reading/language arts.


Eligible Applicants Local educational agencies
Required Eligibility Criteria Applicants must be local educational agencies with kindergarten through grade twelve teachers who (1) directly provide instruction in mathematics and reading/language arts or both and (2) hold an elementary multiple-subject or special education credential or single-subject credential in mathematics, science, English, or social science. The 40-hour training must be conducted by a provider approved by the California State Board of Education.
Other Eligibility Considerations LEA must meet requirements in Education Code sections 99237 (a) and (b), and section 99233 (a).
Eligible Grade Level(s) K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Eligible Age Level(s) Not applicable


Legal Authority Education Code sections 44579.5 and 99230-99242; Budget Item 6110-137-0001
Source / Type State / Apportionment
State Fiscal Year 2007-08
SACS Resource / Revenue Codes 7294 / 8590
Total Available $31,728,000
Recipient Amount $1,250/40 hours training; $1,250/80 hrs
Match Requirement No
Allocation Formula The reimbursement amount for each eligible teacher trained is $2,500 for the first sequence of 120 hours of training in each subject, up to the 3.16 percent funding cap for fiscal year (FY) 2007-08. The teacher eligibility list shows this amount for each LEA in the last column of the table. Please note, if an LEA does not claim funding up to the 3.16 percent level during FY 2007-08, the balance does not carry forward into the next fiscal year. Claims for training completed during 2007-08 but not submitted to CDE until a subsequent fiscal year will be paid only if funding is available in the original years appropriation. LEAs may also receive reimbursement for teachers trained in excess of the cap for the first 120-hour sequence of SB 472 training in reading, mathematics, or both. Funding appropriated in 2007-08 that has not been claimed by LEAs will be redirected to LEAs that have trained teachers in excess of the 3.16 percent cap during 2007-08.

Important Dates

Date Application Available January 15, 2008
Due Date March 1, 2010
Expected Notification Date Unavailable

Additional Information

Application 2007-08 Request for Application []
Background Math and Reading Professional Development Intro []
Fiscal LEA Criteria and Guidelines for SB 472 []
Other Applications and Requests for Reimbursement forms may be submitted on a continuous basis for training completed in 2007-08 through March 1, 2010. To be included in the redirection of funding for teachers trained in excess of the FY 2007-08 cap, claims must be received by the CDE no later than October 30, 2008.


Program Ellen Ringer, 916-323-6390,
Fiscal Pat Boncella, 916-323-4965,
Division Professional Learning Support Division, 916-323-6440 (phone), 916-323-2806 (fax)
Last Modified: July 7, 2009

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