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Title III Immigrant Expenditure Reports

Expenditure reporting information for the Title III Immigrant Student Subgrant Program.

Direct funded, Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) and consortia leads (not consortia members), that received Title III, Part A, Immigrant Education Student Subgrant funds must submit an End of Year (EOY) expenditure report. An LEA should ONLY report for the year(s) in which it was funded directly or the lead of a consortium. This report must reflect the total or year-to-date expenditures, not just those made since the previous reporting period. Allowable expenditures must be of a supplemental nature and authorized under Title III requirements. Please see the U.S. Department of Education Wed page titled Supplement Not Supplant Provision of Title III of the ESEA External link opens in new window or tab. (PDF).

September 30, 2014 marked the end of the federal grant period for the FY 2012–13 subgrant (July 1, 2012, to September 30, 2014). Any LEA reporting unspent funds for this grant period will be invoiced by the California Department of Education (CDE). All expenditures must have been liquidated by December 30, 2014.

According to the California State Accounting Manual, “Legal obligations are commitments made by an LEA to purchase goods or services immediately or in a future period.” To determine whether a financial commitment should be reported as an obligation, please refer to Title 34, Part 76, Section 707 from the Code of Federal Regulations: Retrieve by CFR Citation Web page found at U.S. Government Printing Office External link opens in new window or tab..

Consolidated Application and Reporting System

The Consolidated Application and Reporting System (CARS) is a data collection system to apply for Categorical Program Funding and to report on the use of those funds. Information, instructions, and data collection release schedule are available at Consolidated Application and Reporting System.

The following EOY data collections of the Title III 2012–13 will be included in the 2014 Winter Release and available at 2012-13 Title III, Part A, Immigrant Obligations Report, 27 Months.

  • Title III, Part A Immigrant YTD Expenditure Report, 27 Months
  • Title III, Part A LEP YTD Expenditure Report, 27 Months
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Last Reviewed: Thursday, February 5, 2015

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